ONLINE AUCTION
First Nations Art
1st session

February 02 - February 23, 2023

LOT DETAILS
         
         
         
         

This session is closed for bidding.
Current bid: $700 CAD
Bidding History
Paddle # Date Amount

917451 19-Feb-2023 12:05:48 AM $700 AutoBid

703 18-Feb-2023 06:34:08 PM $600

917451 18-Feb-2023 04:40:10 PM $500 AutoBid

703 18-Feb-2023 04:40:10 PM $450

917451 18-Feb-2023 12:37:28 AM $400 AutoBid

703 17-Feb-2023 05:25:56 PM $350

917451 17-Feb-2023 05:25:40 PM $300 AutoBid

703 17-Feb-2023 05:25:40 PM $275

917451 16-Feb-2023 11:27:01 PM $250 AutoBid

703 16-Feb-2023 07:06:43 PM $225

917451 15-Feb-2023 12:20:43 PM $200 AutoBid

816570 13-Feb-2023 04:56:09 PM $175

871162 06-Feb-2023 03:18:04 PM $150

The bidding history list updated on: Saturday, March 02, 2024 05:40:02

LOT 009

1927 - 2006
Canadian Indigenous

Canoe
colour silkscreen on paper
signed, titled, editioned 2/90 and dated 1996
22 x 21 in, 55.9 x 53.3 cm

Estimate: $300 - $500 CAD

Sold for: $875

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PROVENANCE
Reinhard Derreth Collection


Reinhard Derreth was a graduate of the Emily Carr University of Art + Design. He was a leading edge graphic designer in Vancouver, and with his company Reinhard Derreth Graphics, worked closely with the Vancouver Art Gallery, producing books, posters and brochures, such as the 1984 catalogue Jack Shadbolt: Act of Painting. Derreth was the designer for Doris Shadbolt’s 1979 book The Art of Emily Carr, as well as her 1986 book on Bill Reid. During the 1980s and 1990s, he worked with other well-known artists such as Jeff Wall, Gordon Smith, Stan Douglas and Robert Davidson, to name a few. When the Jack and Doris Shadbolt Foundation was formed in 1988, he became its chairman, a position he kept for 20 years. He also worked for the Inuit Art Council in the 1980s, and helped to expand awareness of Inuit art to a global audience.


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