Canadian Art

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LOT 40

Lot 40

ANTHONY (TONY) MORSE URQUHART, R.C.A.

ANTHONY (TONY) MORSE URQUHART, R.C.A.
Lot 40 Details
ANTHONY (TONY) MORSE URQUHART, R.C.A.

GREAT TIME MACHINE II, 1979-90

crayon, coloured ink, porous pointed pen on Japon paper
matted and unframed.
15.9 ins x 24.5 ins; 40.3 cms x 62.2 cms

Estimate $700-$900

Realised: $1,020
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

Lot Report

Provenance:

Gift of the Estate of Dr. Michael Braudo to the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Inventory No. 102662;
Sold to benefit art purchases at the AGO, specifically the Dr. Michael Braudo Canadian Contemporary Art Fund

Note:

Dr. Michael Braudo lived in Toronto for many years after moving from South Africa in the late 1950s. Dr. Braudo was the head physician at The Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto. He was an avid collector and a dear patron of the AGO.  Dr. Braudo gifted a large collection of artworks to the art gallery. He died on April 8, 2008.

CONDITION DETAILS

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