International Art

November 2025, 2021
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LOT 91

Lot 91

Harry Fidler (1856-1935)

Harry Fidler (1856-1935)
Lot 91 Details
Harry Fidler (1856-1935), British


Oil on canvas; signed lower left, inscribed "by Harry Fidler" and titled to a pen and ink label verso
17 ins x 21 ins; 43.2 cms x 53.3 cms

Estimate $800-$1,200

Realised: $570
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Harry Fidler (1856-1935)
  • Harry Fidler (1856-1935)
  • Harry Fidler (1856-1935)
  • Harry Fidler (1856-1935)
  • Harry Fidler (1856-1935)
  • Harry Fidler (1856-1935)
  • Harry Fidler (1856-1935)

Bequest of F.W. Fitzgerald, October 17, 1949 as “Anton Fidler”;
Collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Accession no. 49/10 to gallery labels verso;
Deaccessioned from the collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario to benefit art purchases at the AGO


Harry Fidler was a British painter best known for including farm animals, especially horses, in his thick impasto paintings. He married Laura Clunas (d.1936) who was an artist with a similar painting style.


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LOT 91

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