BlogDecember 24, 2021Klinkhoff family represented artist for 40 years
BlogSeptember 20, 2016
Fine Art & Hockey Exhibition Guided Tours in TorontoThis exhibition, which is on view at our Toronto Gallery until October 1st, features important works of art relating to hockey from 1859 to 2015. The works are on loan from private, corporate and institutional collections. Additionally, a collection of 25 signed pro stock hockey sticks have been generously lent...
BlogMarch 26, 2014
Klinkhoff Marks Opening with Online Exhibition of Important Canadian ArtOn Saturday, March 29, Galerie Alan Klinkhoff will be celebrating the official opening of our new Montreal gallery in conjunction with an online exhibition of Important Canadian Art. The exhibition and sale will be posted on klinkhoff.com, with select works on view at the gallery. We will also be posting...
BlogSeptember 23, 2011
Important Canadian Art Exhibition & Sale - September 30Featuring works by William Kurelek, Cornelius Krieghoff and Marc-Aurele Fortin among others September 22, 2011 On Friday, September 30, Galerie Walter Klinkhoff will be opening an exhibition of our latest releases of Important Canadian Art. The special exhibition and sale will be posted online at approximately 12pm, with select works...
BlogNovember 29, 2010
DEVIL IN THE DETAILS PART II: Strong Auction Aggregates Mask Consignor BenefitsIt was a busy week for sure, looking at countless good, very good works of art for sale at auction and a limited number of excellent and popular works as well. The press releases resonate successes with announcements of “aggregates” (the total value of their sales) including their buyer’s premium....
BlogNovember 26, 2010
Erratic Auction Buying Accents a Generally Strong Market in 2010Powered by the dearth of available masterworks, an undeniable strength in the market for Old Master, Impressionist and Modern Canadian art was accented by very selective bidding at the auctions this fall. To no surprise, great paintings with favourable estimates, colours, subject matter, and that were not competing against other...