Beaver Hall Group Exhibition and Sale

Beaver Hall Group Exhibition and Sale

Beaver Hall Group Exhibition and Sale CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE EXHIBITION ONLINE Montreal 1448 Sherbrooke Street West Tuesday, October 20th to Saturday, October 31st, 2015 Toronto 113 Yorkville Avenue Tuesday, November 3rd to Saturday, November 14th, 2015 Contact us for buying and selling inquiries The Beaver Hall Group and The Klinkhoff family With the impending […]

Season’s Greetings & Year End Review

Click here to view our 2012 retrospective. The highlight of the fall season for me had to be “Painting Canada:  Tom Thomson and the Group of Seven”, the McMichael Collection in Kleinburg, Ontario, hosted brilliantly under the relatively new leadership of Dr. Victoria Dickenson.  This was the same presentation that fortunate spectators had previously enjoyed […]

June 29 Important Canadian Art Special Exhibition & Sale

Featuring works by Tom Thomson, Fritz Brandtner, Josef Albers, Léon Bellefleur and others On Friday, June 29, Galerie Walter Klinkhoff will be opening an online exhibition of our latest releases of Important Canadian Art. This special exhibition and sale will be posted on klinkhoff.com at approximately 12pm, with select works on view at the gallery. […]

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 […]

Emily Coonan Painting at Klinkhoff Compares with Artist’s Best Work

Emily Coonan (1885-1971) Children Reading, ca. 1914 Oil on panel 7 7/8″ x 10″ Provenance: Private Collection, Montreal Status:  SOLD Emily Coonan’s approach to the figure, particularly as evidenced in her early work, is remarkable for its richly evocative character. Active during the early part of the twentieth century, and embracing a thematic repertoire that […]

Private Canadian Art Sales Show Strong Market

Rarely have we seen the quality of buyer enthusiasm voraciously responding to purchase opportunities of trophy-quality paintings as we have seen leading up to summer. We have been aggressively pursuing owners and potential sellers of genuinely outstanding works of art, offering to buy outright for resale or to sell on consignment at what must be […]

Sarah Robertson, “The Blue Sleigh”, c. 1924

Notes: Study for “The Blue Sleigh”, Tom Thomson Memorial Art Gallery, Owen Sound. It is noteworthy that the canvas painted from our sketch was exhibited at Wembley, England in 1924, the RCA Exhibition of 1925, The National Gallery of Canada, 1926 and the CNE also in 1926 and other exhibitions of the period. “The Blue […]

Klinkhoff Remembers 45 Years with the Beaver Hall Women

On May 20, 1964, just before departing for her summer retreat at Strawberry Hill, Nora Collyer wrote to Walter Klinkhoff: “This is just to thank you for having the exhibition of my paintings, and to acknowledge the cheque for $683…”. The Nora Collyer exhibition at Klinkhoff ran from April 20 to May 2, 1964. At […]

May 30 sale features rare paintings by Krieghoff, Coonan & Robinson

Having just returned from attending three auction sales held over a period of less than one week when two of the three houses left their catalogue cover paintings unsold and the third, although not the cover picture, the lot anticipated to be the most costly offering, did not meet its reserve, I find a Canadian […]

Teaching takes precedence over selling at Klinkhoff show

ANN DUNCAN The Gazette, Montreal September 18, 1993 – p. J5 Every September for the past two decades or so, Galerie Walter Klinkhoff does something unheard of in the world of commercial galleries: it puts on a museum-quality exhibition in which absolutely nothing is for sale. The idea behind these retrospective exhibitions is to take […]