Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Top Ten Canadian Artists Based on Sales

  1.  Lawren  Harris                                                                                      $85,208,576
  2.  Jean-Paul Riopelle                                                                                 $76,651,109
  3.  AY Jackson                                                                                           $38,424,789
  4. Emily Carr                                                                                              $37.234,789
  5. Tom Thomson                                                                                        $35,742,045
  6. Cornellus Kreighoff                                                                                $26.212,395
  7. David Milne                                                                                            $20,323,592
  8. AJ Casson                                                                                               $18,824,512
  9. JEH  MacDonald                                                                                     $14,992,484
  10. EJ Hugh                                                                                                  $13,863,398

Source: Heffel Art Auction House.


  1. Howdy!

    One problem, it doesn't include any sales in Quebec. So it is very wrrong.

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