Women in Art

March 06 — 11, 2021
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LOT 12

Lot 12

BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's)

BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's)
Lot 12 Details
BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's), Canadian


two oils, the first on canvas; signed and inscribed "Belle C. Richstone/ 4250 Marcelline / NDG ... Wall 5916" in pencil to the top stretcher left, the second title, on masonite board; signed lower right
Each respectively 17 ins x 21.5 ins; 43.2 cms x 54.6 cms; 13.25 ins x 16 ins; 33.7 cms x 40.6 cms

Estimate $300-$500

Realised: $1,560
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's)
  • BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's)
  • BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's)
  • BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's)
  • BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's)
  • BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's)
  • BELLE C. RICHSTONE (fl. 1930's)

Prominent Private Collection of a former museum curator, Fredericton, New Brunswick


"The Exhibition of Art in Montreal’s Department Stores, 1900–1945" by Marie-Maxime de Andrade, 2018, p. 128 (a thesis submitted to the Faculty of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs for the degree of Master In Art History, Carleton University, Ottawa, Ontario).


This artist exhibited at the T. Eaton Co. Fine Art Galleries, Montreal in the third exhibition of works by Province of Quebec artists, May 12-23, 1930.


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LOT 12

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