Our Toronto Gallery is Now Open at 113 Yorkville Avenue

Our Toronto Gallery is Now Open at 113 Yorkville Avenue

Some 65 years ago my now late father Walter Klinkhoff began trading in works of art.  He subsequently established Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, ultimately moving to Sherbrooke Street West in Montreal’s Golden Square Mile, only a few blocks from where Galerie Alan Klinkhoff, Montreal, is now located.  With casual assistance in the gallery literally “since the […]

Fitzhenry Collection joins Morrice and Lyman at McMichael

Fitzhenry Collection joins Morrice and Lyman at McMichael

Among the paintings at McMichael once transacted by the Klinkhoffs is John Lyman’s, “The Beach, St-Jean-de-Luz” Exhibitions feature many paintings previously transacted by Klinkhoff On Sunday, November 9, 2014 as guests of the McMichael Collection’s Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer Dr. Victoria Dickenson, Jonathan, Helen and I, accompanied by two friends visited the McMichael […]

1949 Borduas sold by Klinkhoff “magnificent” and “especially rare”

1949 Borduas sold by Klinkhoff “magnificent” and “especially rare”

This magnificent Borduas painting is a fine discovery. Paintings of 1949 are especially rare to come upon. A year after the publication of the manifesto Refus Global, and his suspension from his teaching position at the École du Meuble, 1949 was not an easy year for Borduas. He literally had to live from his painting. For this purpose Le tombeau de la cathédrale défunte was first exhibited in Surrational Painting among nineteen other recent works in an exhibition at the studio of brothers Guy and Jacques Viau (May 14-26).

Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse at the MNBAQ

Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse at the MNBAQ

Congratulations to the Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (MNBAQ) for the exhibition “Morrice and Lyman in the Company of Matisse”, which opened yesterday.

March 29 Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale

March 29 Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale

Maximize value with a financial guarantee By selling to/through Klinkhoff in our March 29 exhibition and sale, you: sell with little competition from comparable works available elsewhere which may distract potential buyers (e.g. when auction catalogues flood the market with supply!) receive a financial guarantee representing the amount of money you will net.* receive payment […]

What a difference a day makes

What a difference a day makes

Even yesterday morning, the gallery space seemed like an empty shell and it looked like there was still much work to be done…no lighting, no hanging equipment, and there were ladders, sheets and workmen everywhere (see yesterday’s post). It hardly felt like an art gallery. One day has changed all that. Yesterday, we hung some […]

Getting close

Getting close

Yesterday, technicians and workers began installing our new state of the art lighting system and today they will start installing the hanging tracks. Tomorrow is the big move.  

Official Opening

Official Opening

Official Opening Saturday, March 29 11am-6pm Our Exhibition & Sale of Important Canadian and International Art will go online March 29 at approximately 12pm with select works on view at the gallery. Contact us to consign or sell you important works of art.

Klinkhoff Gallery reborn – Vie des arts

Klinkhoff Gallery reborn – Vie des arts

The following is an excerpt from Veronica Redgrave’s January 31 article on viedesarts.com: “There is a new art gallery on Sherbrooke Street. Alan Klinkhoff, formerly with Galerie Walter Klinkhoff (his father) is opening Galerie Alan Klinkhoff, a charming new space with a fireplace and beautiful architectural moldings at 1448 Sherbrooke Street, in the centre of […]

Arthur Lismer Painting an Appropriate First Acquisition

Arthur Lismer Painting an Appropriate First Acquisition

Walter Klinkhoff bought directly from Lismer Back in week one at Galerie Alan Klinkhoff, we finalized our first acquisition and for Jon, Craig and I, it was as exciting as it was appropriate that it was a painting by Arthur Lismer, a founding member of the Group of Seven and an artist with whom we […]