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RECORD SET FOR A RARE ALGOMA SKETCH BY LAWREN HARRIS AT CONSIGNOR CANADIAN FINE ART’S INAUGURAL LIVE AUCTION EVENT

Algoma Sketch 48, a rare preparatory oil sketch by Lawren Harris debuted on the auction block at Consignor Canadian Fine Art’s inaugural live auction event tonight in Toronto, ON, fetching $977,500 (significantly above its pre-estimate of $400,000 – $600,000; all prices includes a 15 per cent buyer’s premium, the lowest in the industry).

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Previously unknown work by Ukrainian-Canadian artist William Kurelek to be offered at Consignor auction

Previously unknown work by Ukrainian-Canadian artist William Kurelek to be offered at Consignor auction Valuable painting discovered at Consignor Canadian Fine Art’s appraisal day will be included in online auction on November 19 – 28 (Toronto ­– November 5, 2014) – A recent Consignor Canadian Fine Art public appraisal day led to a surprising discovery […]

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AUCTION DEBUT OF LARGE-SCALE SIGNATURE WORK BY GROUP OF SEVEN’S FRANKLIN CARMICHAEL IS POISED TO CHALLENGE RECORD

Two celebrated works by Franklin Carmichael are the centerpieces to Consignor Canadian Fine Art’s upcoming Spring Auction of Important Canadian Art taking place May 25th at the Gardiner Museum, Toronto. A largescale oil painting, Old Orchard (1940), will make its auction debut having been privately owned by the family of Herbert Laurence Rous, founder of the renown Rous and Mann printing studio where many of the Group of Seven artists began their careers.

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An important sketch by J.E.H. MacDonald marks one of the earliest examples of his budding friendship with Lawren Harris

Following Consignor Canadian Fine Art’s highly successful live auction debut in May 2016 (that included a record-breaking sale of Lawren Harris’s Algoma Sketch 48), the auction house launches its second live auction event featuring an exciting catalogue of important Canadian works, to be held at the historic Berkeley Church in downtown Toronto on November 22, 2016.

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