Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale July 11

Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale July 11

Fritz Brandtner, Cubist Dock and Buoys, 1942 Maximize value with a financial guarantee By selling to/through Klinkhoff in our July 11 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 […]

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 […]

Artist John Little’s 50-Year Old Warning and Griffintown’s ‘Dixie Cup’ Condos

Artist John Little’s 50-Year Old Warning and Griffintown’s ‘Dixie Cup’ Condos

“Montreal’s administration goes back to the hoary principle of Dixie-Cup throwaway redevelopment.” John Little, “A Boys Christmas in Griffintown”, 1978 David Hanna (Saturday, April 14, 2012 Montreal Gazette) David Hanna a professor of urban affairs and tourism in the School of Management at the Université du Québec à Montréal contributed an excellent op ed piece […]

Important Message from Claude A. Simard

Dear clients and friends of Galerie Walter Klinkhoff and artist Claude A. Simard: Recent news articles have reported that one of the promoters of an art-donation scheme in the municipality of Larouche in the Saguenay region was convicted of tax evasion before the Court of Quebec in Montréal. We would like to remind and/or inform […]

Important Canadian Art Releases January 27

Important Canadian Art Releases January 27

M.A. Fortin (1888-1970) | Gaspé Landscape with Small Fishing Boats | Oil  28.1/4 x 36.1/4 in. On Friday, January 27, Galerie Walter Klinkhoff will be opening an exhibition of our latest releases of Important Canadian Art. The special exhibition and sale will be posted online at approximately 12pm, with select works on view at the […]

Important Canadian Art sale set for April 23

Important Canadian Art sale set for April 23

A rare, early Pegi Nicol MacLeod canvas, “Canadian Winter”, 1931 will be a highlight in Klinkhoff’s forthcoming sale of Important Canadian Art. This masterpiece, originally a gift of the artist, has never previously been on the market. Important paintings by Pegi Nicol MacLeod, Léon Bellefleur, A.J. Casson for sale Galerie Walter Klinkhoff announces our upcoming […]

Update on four local artists

BERNARD MENDELMAN THE SUBURBAN March 17, 2010 I recently received the following email from Eric Klinkhoff, a director of Galerie Walter Kinkhoff: “I am attaching a photograph of a painting John Little just completed. John turned 82 on February 20 and in my opinion this is the best work that he has done in several […]

Klinkhoff Gallery takes a fresh look at Maurice Cullen

ARTSEEN By Bernard Mendelman September, 2000 When a major touring retrospective for Maurice Cullen was not shown in Montreal because the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts was closed for renovation, the late Walter Klinkhoff in September 1974 undertook the task of presenting his own show of Cullen’s art. His son Eric said, “My father did […]

Lilias Newton: Portrait of the artist

Klinkhoff finds another undeservedly neglected talent ANN DUNCAN – Gazette Art Critic THE GAZETTE, MONTREAL September 9, 1995 No more than a few dozen visual artists in Canada have the privilege of supporting themselves these days solely from selling their art.  Most  artist have to cobble together a living teaching of doing odd jobs.  And […]

Galerie Klinkhoff honours Anne Savage

Retrospective designed to attract people unlikely to visit an art gallery ANN DUNCAN THE GAZETTE Saturday, September 12, 1992 Each fall for the past 20 years, the Galerie Walter Klinkhoff has done something that is truly exceptional for a commercial gallery. It organizes a museum-quality exhibition at its own expense – there are no government […]