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LOT 23

Lot 23

GRAPHICS: TORONTO 20, 1965

GRAPHICS: TORONTO 20, 1965
Lot 23 Details
GRAPHICS: TORONTO 20, 1965

VARIOUS SUBJECTS (PARTIAL SET OF 7 - ALL FRAMED)

Seven works from the suite of 20 prints in various media on wove paper. Published by Art Publications in cooperation with The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, printed at University of Toronto Press, 1965.

1. John Meredith (1933-2000)
Untitled
signed, dated /65 and numbered 57/100 in pencil to margin;

2. Graham Coughtry (1931-1999)
Untitled
signed, dated 65 and numbered 57/100 in pencil to margin;

3. William Smith Ronald (1926-1998)
Untitled
signed, dated ’65 and numbered no. 57 in pencil to margin;

4. Robert Burns Hedrick (b.1930)
Untitled
signed, dated /65 and numbered 57/100 in pencil to margin;

5. Dennis Burton (1933-2013)
Untitled
signed, dated 9.28.65 and numbered 57 in pencil to margin;

6. Robert Markle (b. 1936)
Untitled
signed, dated 65 and numbered 57/100 in pencil to margin;

7. Tony Urquhart (b. 1934),
Unknown Landscape
signed, titled, dated 1965 and numbered 57/100 in pencil to margin

Estimate $700-$800

Realised: $660
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

Lot Report

Provenance:

Private Collection, Toronto

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