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UPDATED April 19, 2021
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April 23, 2021
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The Wild & Wonderful World of Richard LaPrairie: Part II
MAY 1 - 6
Waddington’s presents the last instalment of items from the Estate of Richard LaPrairie. This small group of highlights includes sculptural works by Patrick Amiot and David Gilhooly, paintings by Cesar Santander and Lindee Climo and beautifully carved pieces by John E. Livingston and Mi’kmaq artist Mark Dorey.
The auction is designed to represent the eclectic collecting style of Mr. LaPrairie. The Estate has committed to donate the proceeds from the auction to Camp Ooch & Camp Trillium to benefit children living with cancer.
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Mother & Child
MAY 1 - 6
The theme of mother and child has long been interpreted with great sensitivity and care by artists working in diverse styles and genres.
In celebration of Mother’s Day, Waddington’s presents a cross-departmental auction featuring art from our Inuit, Canadian, International, and Decorative Arts & Design departments.
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May 8 - 13
Our Major Spring 2021 auction features classic sculpture from the 1950s, experimental early 1960s prints from Kinngait, and contemporary works.
Highlights include a double-sided Judas Ullulaq sculpture, works on cloth by Marion Tuu’luq and Irene Avaalaaqiaq, and a collection of graphics by Jessie Oonark. Other notable artists include Kenojuak Ashevak, Joe Talirunili, Johnny Inukpuk, John Tiktak, and Karoo Ashevak.
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Decorative Arts & Design
MAY 8 - 13
From local estates and private collections, a good selection of Georgian, Victorian and later English, Continental European, Colonial, Asian, American and Canadian silver, numbering more than 100 lots; Lalique and other art glass; English, Canadian and Continental pottery and porcelain, including Pablo Picasso ceramics; a collection of miniature painted portraits and silhouettes; bronze and marble sculptures; Pueblo pottery; clocks, treen, prints and posters, works of art, mirrors, lighting and decorations.
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Studio Ceramics: The Paul Duval Collection – Part III
MAY 8 - 13
The third and final auction from the collection of influential art critic, editor, artist, and author Paul Duval featuring work by ceramicists both Canadian and international. Among the standouts in this sale are three beautiful iridescent pieces by renowned artist, potter, and writer Beatrice Wood alongside pieces by David Gilhooly, John Ward, Robert Archambeau, Shōji Hamada, Tessa Kidick, Kayo O’Young and others. We invite collectors to appreciate Duval’s broad approach to collecting and his unique taste.
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Essential Travel: An Artful Journey Presented by ParkerArtSalon
MAY 6 — 16
ParkerArtSalon is Vancouver’s much anticipated annual fine art event featuring over 60 artists from the Parker Street Studios, a cultural landmark and mammoth warehouse boasting four floors of artists diverse in both style and discipline. In such an environment the buzz of creativity is ongoing night and day, and it is here where a unique community of les beaux arts thrives.
Waddington’s is proud to sponsor this auction.
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