Historic Sale Features Lawren Harris’ First Major Canvas of Downtown Toronto Housing

Historic Sale Features Lawren Harris’ First Major Canvas of Downtown Toronto Housing

Lawren Harris’ iconic painting, A Row of Houses, Wellington Street, 1910, is among the works featured in our April 1 sale, Lawren Harris & Canadian Masters: Historic Sale Celebrating Canada’s 150 Years.

Sale – The Estate of William I.M. Turner Jr.

Sale – The Estate of William I.M. Turner Jr.

Carving a long and distinguished career, William I.M. Turner Jr. made important contributions to the spheres of business, community services, education and the arts. He grew up in Toronto, where he earned first a degree in engineering from the University of Toronto and then an MBA from Harvard Business School.

Arthur Lismer and Georgian Bay

Arthur Lismer and Georgian Bay

In the first half of the twentieth century, Arthur Lismer was a peer among an esteemed group of artists who were defining a distinctive nationalistic style of painting inspired by the wilderness of Northern Canada. For Lismer, the North presented an irresistible atmosphere that promised happiness and vitality, Georgian Bay being an especially compelling site for its sense of natural harmony and its proximity to his Toronto residence.

In reaction to the controversy surrounding the Vancouver Art Gallery’s J.E.H. MacDonald donation

In reaction to the controversy surrounding the Vancouver Art Gallery’s J.E.H. MacDonald donation

Reading Marsha Lederman’s article in the Globe and Mail on Saturday March 14, “Oil Spill”, about the “astonishing donation” of a selection of works of art purported to be by J.E.H. MacDonald, I thought it might be of benefit to add to the record comments of my experience in the file. Their intent is clarification […]

Klinkhoff Marks Opening with Online Exhibition of Important Canadian Art

Klinkhoff Marks Opening with Online Exhibition of Important Canadian Art

Exhibition features important paintings by Beaulieu, Collyer, Coonan and others On Saturday, March 29, Galerie Alan Klinkhoff will be celebrating the official opening of our new Montreal gallery in conjunction with an online exhibition of Important Canadian Art. The exhibition and sale will be posted on klinkhoff.com, with select works on view at the gallery. […]

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 […]

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.

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 […]

December 5 – Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale

December 5 – Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale

Lawren Harris (1885-1970) | Rocks, Spruce and Hill, Lake Superior, c. 1922 Featuring works by Lawren Harris, James Wilson Morrice, A.Y. Jackson, Edwin Holgate, Yves Gaucher and others. On Thursday, December 5, [] will be opening an online exhibition of our latest releases of Important Canadian Art. This special exhibition and sale will be posted […]

A.Y. Jackson’s Skeena River Canvases

A.Y. Jackson’s Skeena River Canvases

Continued discussion regarding our discovery of the important canvas by A.Y. Jackson, “Night on the Skeena River”, 1927, has prompted me to write a few additional comments. Prior the re-emergence of “Night on the Skeena River”, 1927, the available evidence led us to believe that Jackson had “worked up” six canvases from the sketches he […]