Thursday, November 24, 2011

Coming Saturday: Lots of Art Drama on Hefel's "Online Art Auction" from Vancouver


'Jasper, Alberta', oil on canvas, was painted by John William Beatty.  This one and many others go up for auction on Friday, Nov.25th - tomorrow! in an online internet auction.

The auction features 52 Canadian paintings by such well known artists as, John William Beatty, Maurice Cullen, Nicholas Grandmaison, |Sorel Etrog, Barker Fairley, Henriette Fauxteux-Masse, Marc  Aurelle Fortin, Lawren Harris, Ted Harrison, Edwin Holgate, A.Y. Jackson, Franz Johnston, John Johstone,  John Little, William McElcheran, David |Milne, Daphne Odjig, Robert Pilot, Jean-Paul Riopelle, William Roberts,Tony Scherman, Jack Shadbolt, Frederick Varley, William Weston, David Bierk, Emily Carr, Yehouda Chaki, Frederick Coburn, Stanley Cosgrove, and Chris Cran.

The above painting and the description of the online auction and how it works has been extracted from the Heffel Online website.

November 2011 - 3rd SessionOnline Auction closes in:
ds. hr. min. sec.
anticipated closing time:Saturday, November 26, 2011 at 10:00:00 AM Pacific TimeThere is an automatic 3 minute bidding extension, for the entire auction session, if a bid is submitted on any lot within the last 3 minutes on the bidding clock. These auction session time extensions will continue to occur until there is a 3 minute period during which no bidding takes place on any lot in the current session. Our online auction experience now fully emulates our live ballroom auction excitement.
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