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Montreal :: Canada | 3 months ago

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Stories A Jean-Paul Riopelle painting worth $225,000 that was stolen last month from a Toronto art gallery has been found in a Montreal home. S u rete du Quebec joint task force that investigates art thefts discovered the untitled painting by the

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Quebec :: Canada | 6 months ago

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Saying Grace' Norman Rockwell's 1951 Thanksgiving cover for the Saturday Evening Post has sold for just over forty-six million dollars at auction. (Dec. AP Video Video   The Associated Press Video Video Twelve months ago, Sotheby's Canada stunned the

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Vancouver :: Canada | 1 year ago

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The bidding on the Jean-Paul Riopelle abstract painting Composition at the Heffel auction Wednesday started off at $500,000. Going up in increments of $25,000, it quickly bounced to $575,000. But then bidding stalled, and it looked like the painting

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New York City :: NY :: USA | 1 year ago

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EDT Judy Radul's Describe Vidoe portrays two workmates navigating a day at the office, the workmates are sighted, but the actors are blind. When Heffel holds its spring sale in Vancouver on Wednesday, it will make history as the first major auction

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Ottawa :: Canada | 2 years ago

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La Cathedral enguirlandee", 1951, oil on canvas, by renowned Quebec painter Paul-Emile Borduas. It is among 22 valuable pieces of art intended to be sold under Foreign Affairs Minister Lawrence Cannon...PM EDT Saying well done to a federal cabinet

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Ottawa :: Canada | over 2 years ago

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The Department of Foreign Affairs is poised to sell off paintings in its collection by some of the most famous and sought after artists in Canadian history, including Riopelle, Borduas and Kurelek, to make some extra cash. The proposed sale, the

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Montreal :: Canada | almost 3 years ago

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A pair of massive bronze statues by the late, great Jean-Paul Riopelle worth about $1 million have been stolen from a public display area in Quebec. Provincial police say by the time they arrived, the two sculptures, created in 1963 and weighing 1,

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Montreal :: Canada | 3 years ago

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Suzanne Coupal brings a new twist to the term "hanging judge." In the case of this Quebec jurist, the hanging refers not to harsh criminal justice but to vivid and dynamic paintings. Continued Below The gregarious former Crown prosecutor who has sat

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Toronto :: Canada | 3 years ago

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Hughes paintings bought by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of British Columbia for a few hundred dollars over 60 years ago could fetch some $1.5 million at auction this week. "Coastal Boats Near Sidney, BC," which has a pre-sale estimate of $

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Quebec :: Canada | over 3 years ago

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Obituary Pierre Gauvreau helped launch Quebec's Quiet Revolution Alan Hustak Special to Globe and Mail Update Published Wednesday, Apr. 20, 2011 11:03PM EDT Last updated Wednesday, Apr. 20, 2011 11:07PM EDT Pierre Gauvreau was a Quebec abstract

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