Alex Musgrove Wanted for Purchase or Consignment

(1882 - 1952)

Alexander Musgrove, born in Scotland, was an influential painter and teacher who played an important part in forging the art scene of Manitoba. He relocated to Winnipeg in 1913 as curator and teacher of the newly founded Winnipeg School of Art. In 1914, he founded and was first president of The Winnipeg Art Students Club (later renamed Winnipeg Sketch Club) and later taught in the private art school, The Studio. Musgrove was curator of the Winnipeg Art Gallery between 1932-49. He was president of the MSA, 1931-35. He was featued in a retrospective memorial show at the Winnipeg Art Gallery in 1964.

Historical Sale Highlights

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Fall Scene with Red Cart
Maud Lewis
oil on panel (12.25x13.5 in) 1965
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Autumn in the Laurentians
Thomas Harold Beament
oil on panel (10x14 in) 1925
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The Sparkle of Winter
Frank Johnston
oil on panel (12x16 in) 1930
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Dawn 6/15
Leo Mol
Bronze (17.5x3.5x3.75 in) 1990
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Horses Under Straw Pile On Winter Night
William Kurelek
oil (5x10 in) 1971
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Old Man Smoking Pipe
Allen Sapp
acrylic (34x48 in) 1970
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Severn Bridge
Alfred Joseph Casson
oil on panel (9.5x11.75 in) 1926
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Old Age
William Weston
oil on canvas (36.25x40.25 in) 1939
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Untitled
Frances Anne Hopkins
watercolour (14.75x21.5 in) 1870
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‘Spirit of the Fraser River’ (Salish Mask)
Gerry Sheena
Carved, painted wood with grass (41x15x12 in) 2004
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