Monday, December 26, 2011

Jean Paul Lemieux, 'The Country Club'

Jean Paul Lemieux's works are attracting a lot of attention in Canada's foremost art circles.
His 1910 Revisited hammered home at $2 340 000.00 (premium included) at the most recent Heffel's Auction in Toronto.

This one, 'The Country Club' was brought home at $1 095 000 at Sotheby's most recent sale at Toronto's, Royal Ontario Museum art sale.

To read the article on the CBC's art news page, please click here.

And for the curious - 1910 Revisited, has moved into 8th place in overall value in Canadian art.

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