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May 28th Live Auction Highlights

Artwork by Jean Paul Lemieux, Soleil d’après-midi
Soleil d’après-midi

oil on panel
signed with initials lower right; signed on the reverse
5.5 x 6.75 ins ( 14 x 17.1 cms )

Sold for $4,484.00
Sale date: May 28th 2019

Artwork by Adolphus George Broomfield, Rideau Canal Locks, Ottawa
Rideau Canal Locks, Ottawa

oil on canvas board
signed lower right; titled and inscribed “Byetown (sic) Museum, Rideau Canal, Railway Bridge to Hull (since demolished), Chateau Laurier Left Wall” and “from bridge looking towards Hull, Quebec” on the reverse
30 x 36 ins ( 76.2 x 91.4 cms )

Sold for $5,900.00
Sale date: May 28th 2019

Artwork by Philip Henry Howard Surrey, Study for Place Ville Marie (2)
Study for Place Ville Marie (2)

mixed media on paper
signed lower left
12 x 18 ins ( 30.5 x 45.7 cms )

Sold for $3,540.00
Sale date: May 28th 2019

Artwork by Frederick Nicholas Loveroff, Horses Pulling a Wagon, Winter
Horses Pulling a Wagon, Winter

oil on board (double-sided)
signed faintly lower right; a landscape of an orchard on the reverse
8.5 x 10.5 ins ( 21.6 x 26.7 cms )

Sold for $8,260.00
Sale date: May 28th 2019