Springing Forward to a Great Spring Season

By: Yvonne Monestier

considering consigning to auction?

Curious to know what your art is worth?

Interested in selling?

Waddington’s invites you to take part in our inaugural Virtual Appraisal Week, kicking off February 16 to 19. Connect with our specialists to learn the value of your art and how to consign to our auctions.

Using whatever technology you are most comfortable with (Zoom, GoogleMeet, FaceTime, Skype, etc.) our specialists look forward to telling you about the diverse range of auctions that we are now accepting consignments for.

Appointments will be scheduled in 30 minute blocks. Not available at this time? We’d love to find a time that suits you better. Contact us to make alternative arrangements.

Contact us today to arrange a private, confidential appointment and find out what your collection may be worth.

Featured works in our upcoming auctions

We’re excited about our spring auction season and would like to share an early glimpse of a few of the exceptional works already consigned to our Canadian and Inuit art auctions.

Canadian Fine Art Major Spring Auction

We are pleased to present Green Up, a major canvas by Jack Bush, in this spring’s major auction, along side superb works by Lawren Harris, Clarence Gagnon and many others.

Waddington’s has been a major force in the Canadian art market for over five decades, beginning with our first auction of Canadian Fine Art in 1967. Since then we have offered countless important and major works of art, set record prices and are regarded as the best source to buy or sell exceptional Canadian art.

Contact us to find out about consigning to this auction.

 

 

Inuit Art major Spring Auction

This features an impressive mix of historical and contemporary works, including this sculpture of a Mother and Child, circa 1954 from Belcher Islands (Sanikiluaq).

Waddington’s is internationally recognized as one of the leading authorities in bringing Inuit art to the market. From our first landmark auction of Inuit art in 1978, we have offered thousands of works, achieved record prices, and expanded the market well beyond Canada’s borders.

Contact us to find out more about consigning to our Inuit art auctions.

 

 

 

 

Women in Art – March 6 to 11

In recognition of International Women’s Day, this auction celebrates female artists working in all mediums. With an emphasis on Canadian painters, sections from other mediums will also be included, presenting a well-rounded selection of the diverse talents of women. Featured are Emily Carr, Helen McNicholl, Kay Graham, Maryon Kantaroff, and Mary Pavey, whose work French Shawl is featured here.

Contact us to find out about consigning to this auction.

 

 

 

Waddington’s West online auction – March 6 to 11

Based in Vancouver, the auction features a range of Canadian art including Northwest Coast and Inuit art, including this 1975 painted model totem by Ernie Henderson, Kwakwaka’wakw, all sourced from Western Canadian collections.

Contact us to find out about consigning to this auction.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Canadian Art auction – March 27 to April 1

Works from members of the Group of Seven, the Regina Five and others will be presented in this auction, including this work by Art McKay, Two O’Clock, 1977-78.

We are always pleased to discuss all categories of Canadian art, including blue chip contemporary Canadian art, and to share our insight on the current market.

Contact us to find out more.

 

 

 

 

Consignment opportunities for our 2021 auctions 

Curious to know what your art is worth? Interested in selling? Waddington’s invites you to take part in our upcoming Virtual Appraisal Week, February 16 to 19. Connect with our specialists to learn the value of your art and how to consign to our auctions.

Using whatever technology you are most comfortable with (Zoom, GoogleMeet, FaceTime, Skype, etc.) our specialists look forward to telling you about the diverse range of auctions that we are now accepting consignments for. Virtual appraisal appointments will be scheduled in 30-minute blocks.

Contact us today to arrange an appointment to discuss what your collection may be worth.

Consigning your artworks to Waddington’s means that you will be working with the most diverse auction and appraisal company in Canada. Now in our 171th year, our extensive network of domestic and international clients and contacts makes us the best auction and appraisal solution to meet your needs.

Waddington’s specializes in bringing quality works to market from some of the finest private collections — we would be delighted to work on your behalf to achieve an excellent outcome.

Not available at this time? We’d love to find a time that suits you better. Contact us to make alternative arrangements.

 

 


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