Heffel Fall Art Auction
Thursday, November 22, 2012
04:00 PM until 09:00 PM
From coast to coast, Canada’s vast landscape is represented in over 160 unique lots, that are expected to reach between $7M and $10M by conservative estimates. “These works tell every aspect of the story of our great nation, ranging from A.Y Jackson’s harrowing mining expeditions in the Northwest Territories to Emily Carr’s coveted renderings of First Nations subject matter.” explains David K.J. Heffel, president of Heffel Fine Art Auction House. “Our goal is to champion and ensure that Canadian artists continue to achieve the global recognition they truly deserve.”
The Heffel fall auction will be presented in two separate live sessions: Canadian Post-War & Contemporary Art at 4:00 pm, followed by the Fine Canadian Art session at 7:00 pm. Heffel was the first auction house in Canada to split historical and contemporary Canadian art into separate sales and is the only one that produces separate catalogues for each session.
Heffel was also the first Canadian auction house to offer online auctions, beginning in 1999, and holds the record for highest grossing online auction of Canadian works ($2.4M in 2007).
Park Hyatt Toronto
4 Avenue Road
Queen's Park Ballroom
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