Posts by Craig Klinkhoff

  • Craig Klinkhoff standing next to Marc-Aurèle Fortin's Landscape, Ahuntsic at the National Gallery of Canada, April 2018.

    Serving as fine art dealers and advisors, we continue to develop some of Canada’s most prominent public collections. Paintings sold by the Klinkhoff family are on the walls of  numerous major Canadian museums, including the National Gallery of Canada, Le Musée national des beaux-arts du Québec (Quebec Museum), the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, the Art Gallery of Ontario, the McMichael Collection, The Art Gallery of Hamilton, and the Beaverbrook Art Gallery to name a selection.

  • Tom Forrestall and Alan Klinkhoff at Alan Klinkhoff Gallery, Toronto

    Tom Forrestall while in Toronto to attend his important exhibition at Mira Godard Gallery, stopped by Alan Klinkhoff Gallery 

  • Welcome to a new Klinkhoff.ca: Our Industry Leading Canadian Art Website

    Alan Klinkhoff Gallery is proud to introduce a new version of our industry-leading website Klinkhoff.ca. This state of the art web platform was developed to provide our growing online audience with a more convenient buying experience while also allowing us to better share our family's 70-year tradition of expertise in Canadian art.

     

  • "Norman Leibovitch devoted his life to painting. Now his work is deteriorating inside two dimly lit storage units, in danger of perishing."

     Article by Wayne Larsen

  • Blog
    March 30, 2017

    Harris Mountain Forms

    Harris Mountain Forms

    It is not clear which of the two canvases, both identical in size, was shown in the April 1930 Group of Seven exhibition as Mountains, Moraine Lake, Alberta but they differ considerably. In both canvases the mountains, identified by Lisa Christensen, author of A Hiker’s Guide to the Rocky Mountain Art of Lawren Harris, as The Ten Peaks above Moraine Lake, occupy the centre of the composition and rise from the water in the foreground. Clouds play above the snowy, cupped peaks. 

  • Harris Sun, Fog & Ice, Smith Sound
    LAWREN S. HARRIS, C.C., LL.D. (1885-1970) Sun, Fog and Ice, Smith Sound (Arctic Painting IV) 1931 Oil on canvas 40 x 50 in. (101.6 x 127 cm.) Inscriptions: verso: top stretcher bar: in ink, by artist, “SUN, FOG AND ICE / SMITH 3865SOUND” / LAWREN HARRIS / 25 SEVERN ST. / TORONTO; u.l., in ink on printed label, by Doris Mills, DEPARTMENT OF GRAPHIC ART / Title Sun, Fog and Ice, Smith Sound 40 x 50 / Artist’s Name Lawren Harris / Address [crossed out], Arctic Paintings IV (in graphite) VAULT; u.l. corner, torn printed label, MONTR…OF FINE ARTS; top centre, in ink on torn label, 750; t.c., stamped, WALTER KLINKHOFF GALLERY / 1200 SHERBROOKE ST. W. MONTREAL; centre cross bar, u.c., in white chalk, 72; right stretcher bar, u.r., in ink, ROLAND DUMAIS, ARCHITECTE, MONTREAL Provenance: artist; Fine Art Galleries T. Eaton Co. College Street, Toronto, 1953; private collection, Toronto. Roland Dumais, Montreal; Montreal, Christie’s in Canada, 14...
  • Alan Klinkhoff with Beaver Swamp by Lawren Harris

    Alan Klinkhoff, president of Alan Klinkhoff Gallery, describes some of the landmark Lawren S. Harris paintings featured in our historic April 1 sale. 

  • Update: LAWREN HARRIS & CANADIAN MASTERS – Historic Sale Celebrating Canada’s 150 Years

    From April 1, Alan Klinkhoff Gallery will present a historic sale of rare and important paintings by Lawren S. Harris and Canadian masters, including Clarence A. Gagnon, A.Y. Jackson, Frank H. Johnston, Jean Paul Lemieux, John Little, J.E.H. MacDonald, Kathleen Morris, Robert Pilot, Albert H. Robinson & more. 
    Works are subject to prior sale.

  • Now Online: Sale of Outstanding Paintings from The Estate of a William I.M. Turner Jr.

    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.

     

     

  • Alan Klinkhoff Gallery Speaker Series with Sandra Paikowsky

    Alan Klinkhoff Gallery is pleased to announce that Sandra Paikowsky, celebrated Canadian art historian and authority on James Wilson Morrice's oeuvre in Venice, will offer a 90 minute lecture at the Toronto gallery. 

  • Blog
    October 4, 2016

    Fall 2016 Programming

    Fall 2016 Programming

    Alan Klinkhoff Gallery is proud to announce a diverse program of events presented in our Montreal and Toronto galleries.

  • "Fine Art & Hockey: A Point of View" exhibition to open in Montreal, October 15

    Inspired by our own histories as fine art dealers and amateur hockey players, Alan Klinkhoff Gallery is pleased to present Fine Art & Hockey: A Point of View, an exhibition of fine Canadian paintings featuring hockey. The works of art, none of which are for sale, are on loan from private, corporate and institutional collections. 

  • Blog
    April 22, 2016

    LCC Graduate Exhibition Preview

    The student artists from the Lower Canada College Class of 2016 are incredibly grateful for the oppourtunity to display their art at the Alan Klinkhoff Gallery. All the pieces required a lot of time and effort and the students are proud to display their artwork in hopes that it will demonstrate the importance of arts education and their passion for the arts.

  • Kathleen M. Morris | Hitching Posts, Berthierville, Quebec, circa 1925

    With the exhibition 1920s Modernism in Montreal, The Beaver Hall Group opening at the Art Gallery of Hamilton, it is our intention to complement the exposure the exhibition gives to these fine artists by offering for sale some outstanding and important works by several of these artists at the Alan Klinkhoff Gallery in Toronto and at klinkhoff.ca. 

  • On March 28, 2015, Galerie Alan Klinkhoff celebrated one full year at 1448 Sherbrooke Street West. It has been a very special one from a number of perspectives.