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LOT 35

Lot 35

Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson, OSA, RCA (1882-1974)

Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson, OSA, RCA (1882-1974)
Lot 35 Details
Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson, OSA, RCA (1882-1974), Canadian

EARLY SPRING LIÈVRE RIVER, 1963

oil on panel
signed; titled and dated verso
10.5 x 13.5 in — 26.7 x 34.3 cm

Estimate $15,000-$25,000

Realised: $15,990
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

Lot Report

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Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson, OSA, RCA (1882-1974)
  • Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson, OSA, RCA (1882-1974)
  • Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson, OSA, RCA (1882-1974)
  • Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson, OSA, RCA (1882-1974)
  • Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson, OSA, RCA (1882-1974)
  • Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson, OSA, RCA (1882-1974)
Provenance:

Acquired directly from the artist by Naomi Jackson Groves, Ottawa, ON;
Murdoch Munroe Putnam and Joyce Putnam, Grenville, QC;
Estate of Joyce Putnam, Kingston, ON

Literature:

Joyce Putnam, Seven Years with the Group of Seven: A Memoir in Words and Pictures, (Kingston: Quarry Press, 1991), 97 no. 44 repro. col., 138.

Exhibited:

Confederation Art Gallery and Museum, Charlottetown, PEI, Jul 1977.
National Gallery of Canada, "Ontario Collection," Ottawa, ON.

CONDITION DETAILS

Good/very good overall condition. Frame abrasion, particularly in four corners.

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