December 5 Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale – Invitation to Sell or Consign

Maximize value with a financial guarantee By selling to/through Klinkhoff in our December 5 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 […]

July 25 – Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale

Featuring works by James Wilson Morrice, A.Y. Jackson, Philip Surrey, Adrien Hebert and others. On Thursday, July 25, [] 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. Please […]

Private Sale of A.Y. Jackson’s “Night on the Skeena River”

Private Sale of A.Y. Jackson’s “Night on the Skeena River”

Major canvas by Group of Seven artist had not been on the market since at least 1933 We are both proud and thrilled to orchestrate the private placement of A.Y. Jackson’s magnificent canvas, “Night on the Skeena River” of 1927 from its original family of owners to a new generation of stewardship. This important composition […]

“Awesome” Tom Thomson Embodies the “Spirit of Canada”

By Joan Murray Tom Thomson was always drawn to the subject of trees; trees with spreading foliage beside streams, trees blown by the wind and bent over lakes; trees that many people didn’t look at or saw only as objects to be removed or “tidied up.” In Algonquin Park, where he spent most of the […]

March 28 Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale – Invitation to Sell or Consign

Maximize value with a financial guarantee By selling to/through Klinkhoff in our March 28 exhibition and sale, you: sell with little competition from comparable works available elsewhere which may distract potential buyers (e.g. in May when auction catalogues flood the market with supply!) receive a financial guarantee representing the amount of money you will net.* […]

Canadian Art Market in 2012

I will begin this retrospective with the comment that in my career I cannot recall a holiday season as vigorous as this. Contemporary art, the market arguably most affected by global economic concerns, surged to levels we have not recently seen. I am as delighted to report this to our readers as I am for […]

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 […]

Sale of Hewton was Rare Chance to Own a Canadian School Masterpiece

Sale of Hewton was Rare Chance to Own a Canadian School Masterpiece

Randolph Stanley Hewton, R.C.A. (1888-1960) “Village on the Lower St. Lawrence”, c. 1925 Oil on canvas, 50″ x 57″ Hewton was one of three guests to show in first Group of Seven exhibition In Canadian art, the number of collectible artists is limited and, at least as concerns the 19th Century greats and those up […]

2010 Year End Review

Happy Holidays from Galerie Walter Klinkhoff! The year 2010 has represented a particularly exciting year highlighted both by sales of numerous extraordinary works of art of great quality, and the strides we have made to improve our ability to communicate with our friends and clients, with a view in mind to serving their interests better […]

Erratic Auction Buying Accents a Generally Strong Market

Fall Canadian Art Auctions Review Old Master, Impressionist and Modern Powered by the dearth of available masterworks, an undeniable strength in the market for Old Master, Impressionist and Modern Canadian art was accented by very selective bidding at the auctions this fall. To no surprise, great paintings with favourable estimates, colours, subject matter, and that […]