Spring Auction Sees Stunning Emily Carr & Other Important Canadian Art Shine
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The Consignor Spring Auction of Important Canadian Art offered several rare examples of exceptional Canadian paintings, prints and sculpture, enticing both local and international buyers to its semiannual online auction, leading to strong results for an array of artwork. Emily Carr ‘s Arbutus Trees, dated 1908, was featured in the May auction as a rare… Read more »

Debut of Exceptional Works on Paper by Emily Carr & Jack Bush Featured in Consignor Spring Auction
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(Toronto – April 28, 2015) – On the heels of a much lauded Emily Carr retrospective exhibit at the Art Gallery of Ontario, lies directly across the street at Consignor Canadian Fine Art, a rare and exceptional earlier work by Carr that has never been seen before by the public. Arbutus Trees (1908), a 14.5”… Read more »

Kurelek Painting Sells For Double Presale Estimate
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Ukrainian Proverb Fetches $41,400 at Consignor Canadian Fine Art’s Fall Online Auction (TORONTO – The Canadian Press – November 30th, 2014) A wintry William Kurelek painting that the artist gave to a Toronto woman as thanks for her homemade apple strudel and jam has sold for more than double its presale auction estimate.

Kurelek Painting Given As Thanks For Apple Strudel Now In Auction
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TORONTO (Victoria Ahearn, The Canadian Press – November 20th, 2014)  A wintry William Kurelek painting the artist gave to a late Toronto woman as thanks for her delicious homemade apple strudel and jam could result in a windfall for her daughter at an online auction.  Consignor Canadian Fine Art’s fall sale that opened for bidding… Read more »

Rare Portrait by Landscape Painter Tom Thomson Up for Auction
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TORONTO (For Immediate Release) – A rare 100-year-old portrait by Tom Thomson is going up for auction online.  Consignor Canadian Fine Art says Daydreaming is a portrait of artist Thoreau MacDonald, the son of Group of Seven member J.E.H. MacDonald.  The auction house dates the work to sometime between 1913-1915, a few years before Thomson’s… Read more »