35th annual retrospective exhibition by Galerie Walter Klinkhoff, showcasing select masterpieces, each representative of a style or movement in the history and evolution of Canadian art.
Please send me more details about the following artist. Canadian Masterpieces 15 - 29 September 2008
by Janet Braide Prudence Heward and her contemporaries began to paint when the international world of art was in ferment. In the 1920s it was...
Frederick Simpson Coburn
Frederick Simpson Coburn's paintings of horses hauling logs through snowy Canadian woodlands and bright red sleighs streaming down sunny country roads captures the spirit of...
by Dorota Kozinska As difficult as it is to define what it is to be Canadian, it may be even harder to define what constitutes...
M.A. Fortin Remembered by Walter Klinkhoff Marc-Aurèle Fortin was amongst the first Canadian artists I visited regularly. He was living with his wife at the...
Franklin Carmichael was a Canadian artist who was born to Scottish parents in Orillia, Ontario. He studied at the Ontario College of Art in Toronto...
In 1944, Jean McEwen enrolled in the Faculty of Pharmacy at the Université de Montréal. He wrote poetry, and was part of a group of...
Dorota Kozinska reflects on David B. Milne Reams have been written about David B. Milne, Canada's rebel painter. There is Alan Jarvis' biography, then there...
Jean Paul Lemieux
Jean Paul Lemieux was born in Quebec City, Quebec. He is recognized for his paintings of the desolate, seemingly infinite spaces of the landscapes, cities...
We invite all selling and purchase inquiries for works of art by Maurice Cullen. Alan Klinkhoff Gallery is Canada’s leading fixed price gallery with locations...
Born in Toronto in 1898, Alfred Joseph Casson is best known for his landscape depictions of forests and farms in southern Ontario. He first studied...
Albert H. Robinson
Albert H. Robinson was born in 1881 in Hamilton, Ontario. Initially self taught, he obtained his first art-related job the summer after graduating high school...
Reminiscences of Robert Pilot by Walter Klinkhoff How I first came to meet Robert Pilot I can now no longer recall. At first, certainly, we...
Cornelius Krieghoff was perhaps the finest Canadian artist to describe Quebec life in the mid-nineteenth century. He was born in Holland in 1815 and grew...
A.Y. Jackson remembered by Walter Klinkhoff A.Y. Jackson ends his memoirs, A Painter's Country, with his move away from the famous Studio Building that Lawren...
James Wilson Morrice
James Wilson Morrice was born in Montreal in 1865, the son of a wealthy merchant. From 1882 to 1889, he studied in Toronto to become...
Paul-Émile Borduas has had an undeniably profound influence on the development of the arts in Quebec. Born in Saint-Hilaire, QC, Borduas first studied with Ozias...