May 1, 2017
The Estate of William I.M. Turner Jr.Sale of Outstanding Paintings from The Estate and Other Collectors Alan Klinkhoff Gallery presents an extraordinary selection of outstanding paintings by Albert H. Robinson and his contemporaries. The paintings, offered on behalf of the estate of a prominent Canadian art collector were acquired over the course of several decades and are of a superlative quality.
This is an exceptional and unique opportunity to purchase from an important collection of the best of Albert H. Robinson paintings as well as other highly collectable works of art by Robinson’s peers.
4 Jul - 4 Aug 2017
René Richard: Works on PaperTrapper, Lumberjack, Draughtsman Recent purchases of a group of excellent illustrations by René Richard (1895 - 1982) inspired this reflection of his stature as an important and genuine Canadian artist. He has long been considered of iconic stature in Quebec, the province where he made his home almost 30 years after he had arrived here in Canada from Switzerland with his father and mother.
Nov 4, 2017
John Little - City Life, from 1951A Tribute Exhibition In November, 2017, Alan Klinkhoff Gallery will celebrate John Little’s 65 year contribution to Canadian painting with an exhibition in his honour.
John Little: City Life, 1951… will be featured at our galleries in Montreal and Toronto.
Lower Canada CollegeGraduation Exhibition 20 - 22 Apr 2017 Montreal
Lawren Harris & Canadian MastersHistoric Sale to Celebrate Canada's 150 Years 1 - 30 Apr 2017 Montreal, Toronto On April 1, 2017, Alan Klinkhoff Gallery presented the most valuable art sale in Canadian history. Lawren Harris & Canadian Masters: Historic Sale Celebrating Canada’s 150 Years features 15 paintings by iconic artist Lawren Harris with a total value of over CAD$ 41 million. Fourteen of the Harrises, which have been in a single private collection for over 40 years, represent the most valuable single consignment of Canadian art in history.
Fine Art & Hockey: A Point of View15 Sep - 29 Oct 2016 Montreal, Toronto For more than 30 years, annually, at Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, Montreal, we would host for two weeks non-selling exhibitions. They usually focused on one artist and occasionally on a group of artists. The objective was to offer a study of an artist and encourage anyone including art students, teachers, collectors and a general public to come to our gallery. This was our way of trying to be known as an approachable, user-friendly art gallery business where one was invited to come in whether or not one was a buyer or seller of fine art. With our limited resources it is a considerable amount of work to organize these shows and was followed by a commitment of two weeks during which the gallery was essentially a museum with nothing to sell, except perhaps good will. It is in that same spirit that we offer Fine Art & Hockey, A Point of View.