Discovery Art

October 31 — November 05, 2020
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LOT 10

Lot 10

WILLIAM WALTON ARMSTRONG (CANADIAN, 1916-1998) & JOHN ENSOR (CANADIAN, 1905-1995)

WILLIAM WALTON ARMSTRONG (CANADIAN, 1916-1998) & JOHN ENSOR (CANADIAN, 1905-1995)
Lot 10 Details
WILLIAM WALTON ARMSTRONG (CANADIAN, 1916-1998) & JOHN ENSOR (CANADIAN, 1905-1995)

"SUMMER DAY" & "YELLOW LEAVES"

(TWO WORKS) FORMER - OIL ON CANVAS; SIGNED LOWER LEFT (14" x 18"); LATTER - OIL ON WALL PANEL BOARD; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO LABEL VERSO (14.8" x 12")

Estimate $125-$175

Realised: $204
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

Lot Report

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WILLIAM WALTON ARMSTRONG (CANADIAN, 1916-1998) & JOHN ENSOR (CANADIAN, 1905-1995)
  • WILLIAM WALTON ARMSTRONG (CANADIAN, 1916-1998) & JOHN ENSOR (CANADIAN, 1905-1995)
  • WILLIAM WALTON ARMSTRONG (CANADIAN, 1916-1998) & JOHN ENSOR (CANADIAN, 1905-1995)
  • WILLIAM WALTON ARMSTRONG (CANADIAN, 1916-1998) & JOHN ENSOR (CANADIAN, 1905-1995)

CONDITION DETAILS

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  • 1 Star: Poor - Flaws or damage immediately apparent under standard lighting (examples: missing components, rips, broken glass, damaged surfaces, etc.)

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