TORONTO – Six works by Lawren Harris led Heffel’s fall public sale Thursday, promoting for a complete of $7.3 million.
One of many canvases, “Home within the Ward, Winter, Metropolis Portray No. 1,” offered for $2,521,250.
A portray by feminine Automatist painter Marcelle Ferron led the postwar & Modern Artwork session, promoting for $1,801,250.
Andy Warhol’s extremely coveted portrait of Queen Elizabeth II surpassed the million-dollar mark and broke the worldwide public sale report for the sequence.
The royal blue screenprint from the ultrarare Royal Version, dazzling with diamond mud, offered for $1,141,250.
Tom Thomson’s “Moccasin Flower or Orchids, Algonquin Park,” offered above its estimate for $1,501,250.
Different highlights included:
– Three work by Lawren Harris have been consigned to Heffel by the descendants of John Lyle, the architect behind Union Station and different iconic Toronto buildings. “Arctic Sketch XV” offered for $2,041,250, “From Berg Lake, Night” fetched $1,561,250, and “Lake Superior Sketch XI” offered for $871,250.
– James Wilson Morrice’s “Paris, View from Studio Window,” offered for $721,250
This report by The Canadian Press was first revealed Nov. 24, 2022