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19th & 20th Century Art
8th session

November 02 - November 30, 2023

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This session is closed for bidding.
Current bid: $9,500 CAD
Bidding History
Paddle # Date Amount

919394 30-Nov-2023 07:57:33 PM $9,500

26984 30-Nov-2023 07:57:11 PM $9,000 AutoBid

919394 30-Nov-2023 07:57:11 PM $8,500 AutoBid

26984 30-Nov-2023 07:49:14 PM $8,000 AutoBid

919394 30-Nov-2023 07:39:55 PM $7,500 AutoBid

26984 30-Nov-2023 07:39:21 PM $7,000 AutoBid

919394 30-Nov-2023 07:39:21 PM $6,500

26984 30-Nov-2023 07:38:53 PM $6,000 AutoBid

919394 30-Nov-2023 07:38:53 PM $5,500

26984 30-Nov-2023 07:38:31 PM $5,000 AutoBid

919394 30-Nov-2023 07:38:30 PM $4,750 AutoBid

26984 30-Nov-2023 07:30:40 PM $4,500 AutoBid

919394 30-Nov-2023 09:52:46 AM $4,250 AutoBid

818846 30-Nov-2023 08:45:34 AM $4,000

919394 29-Nov-2023 11:10:09 PM $3,750

818846 24-Nov-2023 09:20:31 PM $3,500

29732 24-Nov-2023 09:15:57 PM $3,250

818846 24-Nov-2023 09:15:12 PM $3,000

29732 06-Nov-2023 07:06:22 PM $2,750

5960 04-Nov-2023 07:22:13 AM $2,500

The bidding history list updated on: Wednesday, February 21, 2024 12:42:15

LOT 920

OSA RCA
1860 - 1892
Canadian

Landscape
oil on board
signed, dated 1891 and inscribed "To Pippe" and on verso dated 30 May 1892
5 1/2 x 8 5/8 in, 14 x 22 cm

Estimate: $3,000 - $4,000 CAD

Sold for: $11,875

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PROVENANCE
Private Collection, Denmark


This sketch of a rural landscape was painted by Paul Peel in May of 1892, a few months before his untimely death in France in October of 1892. This serene landscape, painted on the spot, is a pochade, a small panel capturing the colors and atmospheres of a scene on a portable, pocket-sized format. This painting is nothing short of remarkable. Peel’s mastery of brushwork and the application of shadow demonstrates his technical prowess, and the small but comprehensive composition allows us to immerse ourselves in the tranquil beauty of the natural world. The inscription “To Pippe” in the lower right corner indicates that it was a gift to one of the artist’s Verdier in-laws.


All prices are in Canadian Dollars


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