Alan Klinkhoff speaks to the Montreal Gazette about artist Norman Leibovitch
Prominent Montreal and Toronto art dealer Alan Klinkhoff agrees. “It is sad but true,” he says. “(Leibovitch) didn’t help himself by not creating a market base somewhere. Had he done so, there would not be 1,000 works in storage."
“The status of his estate is not unlike countless other artists of their generation,” Klinkhoff continues. “He and his family would have been better served to sell his work more aggressively during his lifetime.”