Post-War & Contemporary Art | Part One
4th Session

September 02 - September 30, 2021

This session is closed for bidding.
Current bid: $6,500 CAD
Bidding History
Paddle # Date Amount

10417 30-Sep-2021 04:33:40 PM $6,500 AutoBid

11900 30-Sep-2021 04:33:40 PM $6,000

10417 30-Sep-2021 03:57:01 PM $5,500 AutoBid

The bidding history list updated on: Wednesday, December 01, 2021 10:12:42

LOT 338

1928 -

Walking Woman Series #17
graphite on paper
signed and dated 1963
11 x 8 1/2 in, 27.9 x 21.6 cm

Estimate: $8,000 - $12,000

Sold for: $8,125

Preview at: Heffel Montreal

The Isaacs Gallery Ltd., Toronto
Acquired from the above by the present Private Collection, Montreal, 1967

Louise Dompierre, Walking Woman Works: Michael Snow 1961 - 1967, New Representational Art and its Uses, Agnes Etherington Art Center, Queen's University, 1983, listed page 159

Agnes Etherington Art Center, Queen's University, Walking Woman Works: Michael Snow 1961 - 1967, New Representational Art and its Uses, January 29 -March 4, 1984 , catalogue #199

Michael Snow’s iconic Walking Woman series, which he developed in New York during the ebullient “Sixties,” is one the most significant of his exceptional multi-disciplinary career. From 1961 to 1967, the artist created more than 200 works representing the profiles of walking women in various sizes and mediums (drawing, painting, sculpture, print, film and photography, among others). This 1963 drawing, which has remained in the same collection since its acquisition from the Isaacs Gallery in 1967, fully captures the innovative spirit of this series.

The Walking Woman series is a testament to Snow’s unique and influential talent, and artworks from this series can be found in the collections of important institutions such as the National Gallery of Canada, the Museum of Modern Art and the Art Gallery of Ontario, to name a few.

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