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RYAN DINEEN

 

The Beautiful Game (2022)
24 x 36 oil on canvas

Ryan Dineen | The Beautiful Game





BARKER FAIRLEY, OC RCA (1887-1986)

 

Untitled - Georgian Bay (1938)
7 x 10 graphite

Barker Fairley | Georgian Bay Sketch Plate 1, 1938

 

 

E.B. COX, RCA (1914-2003)

 

Abstract Form
41 x 21 x 7 cedar

E.B. Cox | Title: Abstract Form



BRIAN BURKE, RCA (1952-2017)

 

Cascando #5 (2014)
48 x 48 oil on canvas

Brian Burke | Title: Cascando #5





SEAN YELLAND

Born to be Wild (2012)
14 x 36 oil on canvas

Sean Yelland | Born to be Wild





RACHEL BERMAN (1946–2014)

 

Brendan Miller Seated in the Studio (2002)
12 x 8.25 oil & graphite on paper

Rachel Berman | Brendan Miller Seated in the Studio (2002)





DAVID MICHAEL SCOTT

Abandoned Factory (1999)
19 x 20 oil on board

David Michael Scott | Abandoned Factory





JANE EVERETT

Windshield Wipers Beating Time II (2020)
36 x 48 oil on canvas

JANE EVERETT •  Windshield Wipers Beating Time II (2020)





TRAVIS SHILLING

Travis Shilling | Sculpting a Self Portrait

Sculpting a Self Portrait (2021)
12 x 18 watercolour

 

 

 

Travis Shilling | Dreaming of a Catfish

Dreaming of a Catfish (2021)
12 x 18 watercolour





RYAN PRICE

Mary, born second - she left (2002)
35.75 x 19.75 monotype, ed. 1/1

Artist: Ryan Price | Title: Mary, born second - she left





JOE FAFARD, CM SOM (1942–2019)

 

Le Petit Danseur (1988)
23 x 10 x 7.5 bronze, ed. 2/5

JOE FAFARD, CM SOM (1942–2019) •  Le Petit Danseur

 

LOUIS RENZONI

 

Waiting
50 x 64 oil on canvas

JOE FAFARD, CM SOM (1942–2019) •  Le Petit Danseur



NICHOLAS HORNYANSKY, RCA (1896–1965)

Quebec City from the East
5.75 x 6.75 aquatint

Nicholas Hornyansky, RCA (1896-1965) | Title: Quebec City from the East

 

 

CAVEN ATKINS (1907–2000)

Still Life with Flowers (1937)
9.75 x 8 oil on panel

Caven Atkins | Still Life with Flowers (1937) oil on panel

 

 

 


 



10 fine art galleries you need to visit in Bloor-Yorkville



Sean Yelland's Lazy Boy exhibition

 

Walk into Ingram Gallery and be transported through the ever-changing development of the Canadian art world—featured works flow with the evolution of Canadian art. Located in a historic brownstone building, this two-storey gallery features everything from contemporary art to historically significant work, with collections from every notable period. 

 

 

 

 



 


 

 
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