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A Tradition of Trust, Expertise & Quality Since 1949

The Klinkhoffs specialize in classic Canadian works of art. Vetted using three generations of expertise, these works of art have been judged over a period of time to be of the highest quality, outstanding in their class, and of recognized and enduring value.

  • 1949

    Walter and Gertrude Klinkhoff Begin Selling Art from their home in Montreal

    While working as an engineer at Canadian Liquid Air, Walter Klinkhoff begins selling art from the second floor of the family duplex on Van Horne Avenue in Montreal.

  • 1950s

    Walter Klinkhoff buys from A.Y. Jackson, Arthur Lismer, Edwin Holgate, Robert Pilot, M.A. Fortin and others

    "A.Y. Jackson was living in Manotick near Ottawa,  where I visited him at least once every month", wrote Walter Klinkhoff.   "I had not had as much contact with him before in Toronto but after he left to live near his niece, he encouraged me to visit him frequently."

  • 1955-1960

    Walter Klinkhoff buys from Paul-Emile Borduas in Paris

    Walter Klinkhoff makes several visits to Borduas's studio in Paris bewteen 1955 and 1960.  

    "In Paris, Broduas was living in his studio where he had a mattress on the floor in the corner", recalled Klinkhoff.  "He painted, at the time, enormous black and white abstractions and occasionally some of more manageable dimensions, which I bought.  Obviously hard up for money, Borduas never tried to sell and did not like to part with any of his work.   The last picture I bought was a 20" x 24" canvas.  A Montreal architect borrowed it.   He had been a good customer, but of late, having already too many pictures, he usually brought back what he took.  The price was $375, and the day after he took it the papers reported the sudden death of the artist.   This time I did not get the picture back..."

  • 1957

    Walter Klinkhoff opens a storefront art gallery on Union Avenue in Montreal

    Walter and Gertrude Klinkhoff open a storefront art gallery on Union Avenue, between Sherbrooke Street and de Maisonneuve Blvd. in Montreal.

  • 1957-58

    Industrialist E.P. Taylor conscripts Walter Klinkhoff to build his collection

    "[E.P Taylor] asked me to come to his office which was the board room of Dominion Tar & Chemical and he received me most cordially....  My instructions were given explicitly:  Remove all the portraits of previous chairmen and replace them with good Canadian landscapes.  Nothing too expensive, though, and send the invoices to Windfield Farms in Toronto.   This great man having so much confidence almost left me speechless.  I asked if Mr. Taylor would not wish to see the paintings first but the answer was 'No, I know everything about horses and nothing about paintings.  You know about paintings.'  I muttered something about references I could give.  To this he said:  'Don't bother I know all about you, otherwise you would not be here.'"  - Walter Klinkhoff

  • 1958

    Klinkhoff has first exhibition for Sam Borenstein

  • 1958-1973

    Legendary art dealer William Watson sells paintings from his personal collection to Klinkhoff

    William Watson was Montreal's - and perhaps Canada's - most distinguished art dealer.  After his retirement Watson sells "superb" paintings from his personal collection to Walter Klinkhoff, and refers to Klinkhoff many clients who continued contacting him for advice.

  • 1958-59

    Walter Klinkhoff Gallery represents John Little

    Walter Klinkhoff Gallery starts selling paintings for artist John Little, who had previously been represented by the venerable art dealer, William Watson, who was now retiring.  Walter Klinkhoff Gallery would be one of only two galleries to represent Little after Watson's gallery closed, and the Klinkhoff family would continue to represent Little until the artist retires in 2015.

  • 1959

    Walter Klinkhoff moves gallery to 1200 Sherbrooke Street West

    The new location, at corner of Sherbrooke and Drummond streets, is at the centre of Montreal's prestigious Square Mile.  This would be the gallery's location for over 50 years.

    South side, Sherbrooke Street, between Stanley and Drummond, Montreal, QC, 1955-60,  image © McCord Museum

  • 1962

    Sale for the estate of Randolph Hewton

    October 3- 18, 1962

    Galerie Walter Klinkhoff hosts a sale of paintings for the estate of Randolph Hewton, which also functions as a retrospective.  The accompanying catalogue is the first by Walter Klinkhoff Gallery and features an introduction by Group of Seven founding artist and Hewton's friend, A.Y. Jackson. 

  • 1962

    A.Y. Jackson, Arthur Lismer & Edwin Holgate attend Hewton Exhibition at Walter Klinkhoff Gallery

    October 2, 1962

    The three Group of Seven artists join Walter Klinkhoff at his gallery for the opening of the exhibition honouring their late friend and colleague, Randolph Hewton. 

    Image below, from left to right: Walter Klinkhoff, Arthur Lismer, Edwin Holgate, A.Y. Jackson.

  • 1964

    The Estate of Clarence Gagnon

    Walter Klinkhoff works with Clarence Gagnon's widow, Lucile Rodier, selling for the estate of the legendary artist.  Klinkhoff is entrusted to certify works by Gagnon using an official estate label and is given a Clarence Gagnon estate stamp, which can be applied to the works of art.

     

     

     

     

  • 1964

    Nora Collyer Exhibition & Sale

    From April 20 to May 2, 1964 at Walter Klinkhoff Gallery.
    It is the first exhibition of one of the Beaver Hall women artists, an exhibition for which Nora Collyer wrote to Walter Klinkhoff: “This is just to thank you for having the exhibition of my paintings, and to acknowledge the cheque for $683…”

     

     

  • 1965

    Walter Klinkhoff arranges A.Y. Jackson’s trip to the Arctic

    At A.Y. Jackson’s request, Walter Klinkhoff pursuades friend and fellow Alpine Club of Canada member Colonel Pat Baird to bring the artist on his 1965 expedition to Baffin Island.  “This proved easier to accomplish than I had anticipated”, Klinkhoff recalled.  Jackson's niece, Geneva, accompanies them.  Baird, a McGill geographer with a particular interest in the arctic, later marries Geneva Jackson.

  • 1965

    Alan Klinkhoff, age twelve, visits A.Y. Jackson

    While on a school trip to Ottawa, Alan Klinkhoff visits Group of Seven founding artist A.Y. Jackson. After a lengthy tour of his home and studio, Alan pays Dr. Jackson $450 in return for three paintings, which he brings back to Walter Klinkhoff Gallery on the school bus.

  • 1966

    Galerie Walter Klinkhoff is a founding member of the Professional Art Dealers Association of Canada

  • 1966

    A.Y. Jackson Exhibition & Sale of Baffin Island paintings at Walter Klinkhoff Gallery

    In recognition of Walter Klinkhoff’s intervention on his behalf with Col. Baird,  Dr. A.Y. Jackson shows the paintings resulting from the 1965 Arctic trip at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.  

     

    "I agreed with enthusiasm, of course", recalled Klinkhoff.  "A.Y. hesitated, though, saying, 'Walter, with nothing for sale this would be an expensive venture for you.'  I explained that the publicity and prestige from the sale would amply repay me for the expense.... But A.Y. was not a person to accept a favour without doing an even greater one in return.  He insisted on painting ten small canvases especially for me from the Baffin Island sketches, and letting me by them at the price he had set at the time which was $300."

  • 1969

    Walter Klinkhoff visits Lawren & Bess Harris in Vancouver

    The visit, however, does not go to plan.  Lawren Harris was ill and although Bess Harris had offered to sell two paintings to Klinkhoff, she changed her mind and Klinkhoff returned to Montreal empty handed. 

  • 1969

    Entire William Kurelek exhibition purchased by Klinkhoff

    Walter Klinkhoff Gallery purchases the entire exhibition William Kurelek, A Point of View: Cape Dorset, Baffin Island, Northwest Territories from Isaacs Gallery.  The exhibition had also been on display at the Art Gallery of Ontario.  The paintings are sold to Jim Tooley, a principal of Nordair, a regional airline serving northern communities.  Tooley would re-sell most of the paintings through Klinkhoff in 1978.

  • 1970

    Alan Klinkhoff has first purchasing experience overseas

    Walter Klinkhoff sends Alan to London, England to attempt to purchase an important painting for client and friend, Fraser Elliott, at auction.

  • 1972

    “It’s lucky 13th as buyer gets lost Krieghoff”

    The Toronto Star publishes the article “It’s lucky 13th as buyer gets lost Krieghoff,” a rare opportunity purchased by Walter Klinkhoff for $27,000.

  • 1972-1974

    Walter Klinkhoff buys from wife of Group of Seven founding artist Franklin Carmichael

    Walter Klinkhoff visits Mrs. Franklin Carmichael and buys several nice sketches for $100 each.

  • 1972–1974

    Alan Klinkhoff starts working at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff

     

  • 1974

    Maurice Cullen Retrospective Exhibition at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Maurice Cullen at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1974

    Record breaking purchase by Walter Klinkhoff

    The Montreal Star writes about the record breaking purchase of two Lawren Harris paintings made by Walter Klinkhoff for a total of $75,000.

     

  • 1974–1975

    Studying abroad

    From August 1974 to August 1975 Alan Klinkhoff lives in Paris, studying French and art.

  • 1975

    Alan Klinkhoff formally joins Galerie Walter Klinkhoff

    Alan Klinkhoff formally joins his father’s business, apprenticing under Walter Klinkhoff, working alongside Eric and Gertrude.

  • 1975

    Clarence Gagnon Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Clarence Gagnon at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1976

    Kathleen Morris Retrospective Exhibition

    An event that the artist herself attended. “Kathleen Morris: Portrait of the artist as an expression of joy” is written by Wini Rider, The Gazette.

  • 1977

    Walter Klinkhoff recounts his beginnings in art

    A Montreal Gazette article from 1977 entitled, “Art Market “Very Brisk” Says One Time Engineer,” written by Virginia Nixon, recounts Walter Klinkhoff’s own beginnings in art, his projections for the future as well as his own personal taste in art.

  • 1977

    Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Marc-Aurèle de Foy Suzor-Coté at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1978

    Sam Borenstein Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Sam Borenstein at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1978

    Sale of paintings from 'William Kurelek, A Point of View: Cape Dorset, Baffin Island, Northwest Territories'

    Walter Klinkhoff Gallery hosts a catalogued sale of paintings from William Kurelek, A Point of View: Cape Dorset, Baffin Island, Northwest Territories, which he had purchased in 1969 for Nordair principal Jim Tooley.  Kurelek dies during the preparations.  His widow and brother attend the exhibition.

  • 1979

    Marc-Aurèle Fortin Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Marc-Aurèle Fortin at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1979

    Alan Klinkhoff's first visit with Jean Paul Lemieux

    Alan Klinkhoff is invited to visit Jean Paul Lemieux and his wife at their home on L'Isle-aux-Coudres, one of many trips to meet the master.  He would ultimately buy a number of works from the master.

  • 1979

    Galerie Walter Klinkhoff listed as a top tier gallery

    Galerie Walter Klinkhoff is listed as one of the top galleries to buy art in The Gazette’s article, “Gallery Guide to the Best Art of the Season.” Other galleries include Dominion Gallery and Waddington Gallery.

  • 1980

    Prudence Heward Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition celebrating the works of art of Beaver Hall Group member, Prudence Heward, is shown at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1982

    Pegi Nicol MacLeod Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by painter, Pegi Nicol MacLeod, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1983

    Goodridge Roberts Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Goodridge Roberts at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1984

    Adrien Hebert Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by painter, Adrien Hébert, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1985

    René Richard Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by painter and outdoorsman, René Richard, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1986

    Alan Klinkhoff makes front page

    The Montreal Gazette publishes an interview with Alan Klinkhoff on the front page of their Personal Finance Section about investing in art “Canadian Paintings: Buy for Love not Profit” by Matthew Elder.

  • 1986

    Sale of Dobrin Collection of Canadian Art

    The Klinkhoffs organize the sale of the Dobrin Collection of Canadian Art at the Queen Elizabeth Hotelone among many of the fine collections that the Klinkhoffs have sold.

  • 1986

    F. S. Coburn Retrospective Exhibition

     “Painter’s work evokes feelings of yesteryear” is written by Lawrence Sabbath for the  Montreal Gazette. 

  • 1987

    Ethel Seath Retrospective Exhibition

    Two newspaper articles by Ann Duncan and one book are published about the exhibition, that is held at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff:
    "Klinkhoff exhibition honors overlooked Montreal artist." Montreal Gazette, Sept. 23, 1987.

    "Works by Ethel Seath, Study Old Girls on view until Saturday at Klinkhoff." Westmount Examiner, Sept. 24, 1987.  -Little, Roger. Ethel Seath: A Retrospective Exhibition. Montreal: Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, 1987.

  • 1988

    Robert Pilot Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Canadian painter, Robert Pilot, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1988–1989

    Advising the University Club of Montreal

    Alan Klinkhoff serves as a member of the Council of the University Club of Montreal.

  • 1988–1997

    Alan Klinkhoff declared an "Expert Evaluator" by the Canadian Courts

    Alan Klinkhoff is contracted part time by the Federal Minister of Justice in the capacity, “expert evaluator,” of works of art.

  • 1989

    Mabel Lockerby Retrospective Exhibition

     An exhibition of fine works of art by Mabel Lockerby is held at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff. "Work of forgotten artist resurfaces in exhibition" is written by Ann Duncan, The Gazette.

  • 1989

    Landscape with family: Art is a tradition for the Klinkhoffs

    The Montreal Gazette interviews Walter Klinkhoff for the article, "Landscape with family: Art is a tradition for the Klinkhoffs" by Lawrence Sabbath.

  • 1990

    A.Y. Jackson Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Group of Seven member, A.Y. Jackson at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1990

    Alan Klinkhoff represents ADAC to the Canadian Senate

    Alan Klinkhoff represents the Professional Art Dealers Association of Canada in the Canadian Senate to the Senate Permanent Committee on Banking and Commerce in the debate on GST Bill C-62 (Volume 34, Part 2, Issues 65-73).

     

     

     

  • 1991

    Sarah Robertson Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine art by Canadian painter, Sarah Robertson, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

    "Klinkhoff honours overlooked painter" is written by Ann Duncan, Montreal Gazette.

  • 1992

    Anne Savage Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine art by Beaver Hall Group member, Anne Savage, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.
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    Retrospective designed to attract people unlikely to visit an art gallery" is written by Ann Duncan, Montreal Gazette.

  • 1993

    Georges Delfosse Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Georges Delfosse is held at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.
    "Teaching takes precedence over selling at Klinkhoff show" is written by Ann Duncan, Montreal Gazette.

  • 1993

    Walter Klinkhoff publishes his memoirs, "Reminiscences of an Art Dealer"

    Walter Klinkhoff publishes a book of reminiscences, with a selection of experiences and wisdom gained from his career as an art dealer since 1949.

  • 1994

    Albert H. Robinson Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Albert H. Robinson is held at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff. "Here’s to you Mr. Robinson," is written by Ann Duncan, Montreal Gazette.

  • 1994

    "Klinkhoff: The Art of the Dealer"

    The Montreal Gazette writes an appreciation of the gallery and its non-selling retrospective exhibitions in an article entitled, "Klinkhoff: The Art of the Dealer. The Walter Klinkhoff Gallery will never sell you a 'piece of rubbish.'" written by Alan D. Gray.

  • 1995

    Lilias Torrance Newton Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Beaver Hall Group member, Lilias Torrance Newton.
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    Lilias Newton: Portrait of the artist," is written by Ann Duncan, Montreal Gazette.

  • 1996

    William Raphael Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by painter, William Raphael held at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff. "A Raphael revival," is written by Ann Duncan, Montreal Gazette.

  • 1996–2009

    Alan Klinkhoff advises the Musée nationale des beaux arts du Quebec

    Alan Klinkhoff serves as Member of the Acquisition Committee of  “Art Ancien” at the Musée nationale des Beaux arts du Québec.

  • 1997

    Arthur Lismer Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Group of Seven member, Arthur Lismer, is held at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 1997

    Walter Klinkhoff passes away

    Walter H. Klinkhoff (1918-1997)

  • 1997

    "Walter Klinkhoff, a dealer who shaped Canadian art collections"

    The Suburban publishes an article in memory of Walter Klinkhoff entitled, "Walter Klinkhoff, a dealer who shaped Canadian art collections," written by Bernard Mendelman.
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    Montreal Gazette publishes, "Walter Klinkhoff’s contribution will live on," by Henry Lehmann.

  • 1998

    Homage to Walter Klinkhoff

    The gallery exhibits, Homage to Walter Klinkhoff, a retrospective show of fine Canadian paintings. The Montreal Gazette publishes, "Klinkhoff’s Legacy: A gallery founder’s sons pay homage to his memory, offering a rare, impressive look at Montreal’s past," written by Dorota Kozinska and The Suburban publishes, "Remembering Walter Klinkhoff" by Bernard Mendelman.

  • 1998

    Jonathan Klinkhoff joins Galerie Walter Klinkhoff

     Jonathan Klinkhoff joins his grandmother, Gertrude, his father, Alan, and his uncle, Eric at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.  He is the third generation of the Klinkhoff family to serve in the Canadian art business.

  • 1999

    Beaver Hall Group Show, a Retrospective

    A Beaver Hall Group Retrospective Exhibition is shown at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 2000

    Maurice Cullen Retrospective Exhibition

     Maurice Cullen Retrospective for which the Montreal Gazette article “Look closely – Cullen was a visionary” by Henry Lehmann was written as well as the review, “Klinkhoff Gallery takes a fresh look at Maurice Cullen” by Bernard Mendelman for ARTSEEN.

  • 2001

    David Milne Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Canadian painter, David Milne, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff. "A Chance to see one of the best" is written by Henry Lehmann, Montreal Gazette.

  • 2002

    Emily Carr Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by west coast Canadian painter, Emily Carr, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 2003

    Craig Klinkhoff joins Galerie Walter Klinkhoff part-time

    Alan Klinkhoff's younger son, Craig Klinkhoff,  begins apprenticing at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff. 

  • 2003

    Kathleen Morris Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by painter, Kathleen Morris, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 2004

    Philip Surrey Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Canadian painter, Philip Surrey, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff. "Mixing calm and menace" is written by Henry Lehmann, Montreal Gazette.

  • 2004

    Walter Klinkhoff honoured with Lifetime Achievement Award

    Walter Klinkhoff is posthumously honoured with the Art Dealers Association of Canada's Lifetime Achievement Award. 

  • 2005

    John Young Johnstone Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by John Young Johnstone at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 2006

    The Beaver Hall Group Retrospective Exhibition

    The Beaver Hall Group Retrospective Exhibition at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 2006

    Marc-Aurèle Fortin Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by painter, Marc-Aurèle Fortin, at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

  • 2007

    Franklin Brownell Retrospective Exhibition at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff

    Alan welcomes the Women’s Arts Society to the Gallery on the Franklin Brownell Retrospective Exhibition.

  • 2008

    Canadian Masterpieces Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of select masterpieces, each representative of a style or movement in the history and evolution of Canadian art.

  • 2009

    Paul Vanier Beaulieu Retrospective Exhibition

    An exhibition of fine works of art by Paul Vanier Beaulieu at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff.

     

  • 2009

    45 Years with the Beaver Hall Women

    "Klinkhoff Remembers 45 Years with the Beaver Hall Women," a blog post by Jonathan Klinkhoff, is written and published.

  • 2010

    John Fox Retrospective Exhibition

    Chair of Concordia University’s Painting Department, Montreal artist John Fox, RCA, (1927-2008) is honoured with retrospective at at Walter Klinkhoff Gallery. Tourisme Montreal publishes an online article promoting the exhibition. 

     

  • 2010

    Globe and Mail interviews Alan Klinkhoff on Controversial Auction Ink-Stamps

  • 2010

    CBC News Interviews Alan Klinkhoff on Art Auctions

     

  • 2012

    Jonathan Klinkhoff featured on theartmarket.ca

    Jonathan Klinkhoff is featured in Amazing Men in the Canadian Art World, published by theartmarket.ca.

  • 2013

    Succession Planning & Galerie Alan Klinkhoff

    Failure to start a succession planning initiative at Galerie Walter Klinkhoff leads to the dissolution of the 65 year old business founded by Walter Klinkhoff.   In December, 2013, the gallery is closed.  Brothers Eric and Alan Klinkhoff will open their own galleries separately.  Galerie Alan Klinkhoff opens in January, 2014.

  • 2014

    Galerie Alan Klinkhoff Opens at 1448 Sherbrooke Street West in Montreal

    January 1, 2014

    With his sons, Craig and Jonathan, and wife, Helen, Alan Klinkhoff opens Galerie Alan Klinkhoff at 1448 Sherbrooke Street West, on Montreal’s Gallery Row.

  • 2014

    Alan Klinkhoff’s sale of “important” Morrice canvas tops current public record.

    James Wilson Morrice, R.C.A. (1865-1924)
    The Terrace, Quebec , 1910-1911
    Oil on canvas, size 23 ⅞ x 29 in
     
  • 2014

    Galerie Alan Klinkhoff Participates in Colloquium at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

    Galerie Alan Klinkhoff participates in the Journal of Canadian Art History’s Colloquium: "Frame and Framing in Canada: Functions and History" (23-24 October 2014) at the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.

     

    "Designed by the artist or commissioned by the art dealer or collector, the frame protects the surface of the work, provides an aesthetic complement and serves as a transitional border with its environment. A chapter in the history of art, decorative arts and changing tastes, the history of framing reflects social trends." - Colloquium program

  • 2014

    Alan Klinkhoff Gallery opens Toronto office

    September, 2014

    In order to serve its long-standing clients in Toronto and to provide better access to its services for people across Canada, Alan Klinkhoff Gallery opens an office in Toronto.  The Toronto operations are managed by Alan's oldest son, Jonathan Klinkhoff.

  • 2015

    Alan Klinkhoff Gallery opens Toronto gallery

    Alan Klinkhoff Gallery opens a second storefront gallery at 113 Yorkville Avenue in Toronto.

  • 2015

    Beaver Hall Group exhibition presented in tandem with Montreal Museum of Fine Arts

    Galerie Alan Klinkhoff presents its third Beaver Hall Group exhibition in tandem with the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts’s first. The Klinkhoff’s influence is recognized in the article, "Beaver Hall Group's canvases speak in Picturesque's dramatic shorts," written by Susan Schwartz, Montreal Gazette. Schwartz writes, museum-quality exhibitions... spearheaded a resurgence of interest in these woman artists.”

  • 2016

    Fine Art & Hockey: A Point of View

    Alan Klinkhoff Gallery presents: Fine Art & Hockey: A Point of View, a unique retrospective exhibition.

  • 2016

    Artists in the City, Montreal

    Alan Klinkhoff Gallery celebrates Canada's urban artists.  Featured are John Little, Philip Surrey and Frederick B. Taylor, to name a selection.

  • 2016

    Sandra Paikowsky lecture on James Wilson Morrice at Alan Klinkhoff Gallery, Toronto

     

  • 2017

    Charlie Hill introduces Lawren Harris at Alan Klinkhoff Gallery, Toronto

    Charlie Hill introduces landmark sale of Lawren Harris during a private lecture at Alan Klinkhoff Gallery, Toronto.

  • 2017

    Lawren Harris & Canadian Masters Sale

    Galerie Alan Klinkhoff announces the most valuable Canadian art sale in history. Lawren Harris & Canadian Masters Sale is on display from April 1-15 in Alan Klinkhoff Gallery, Toronto.

     

  • 2017

    John Little: City Life from 1951 exhibition

    The first John Little exhibition since 1978 is held at Galerie Alan Klinkhoff in Montreal from November 4-18. It also marks the first showing of Little's paintings in Toronto, from November 23-December 9.

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