Frederick Simpson Coburn Wanted for Purchase or Consignment

(1871 - 1960) RCA

Coburn was born and raised in Quebec. He studied in Montreal, New York, Berlin, London, and Antwerp. Part of his body of work includes book illustrations for poet Henry Drummond\'s "The Habitant". In 1927 he was elected a member of the Royal Canadian Academy. His work rests in many major institutions such as the A.G.O. and the National Gallery. He emulated Horatio Walker and had definite impressionistic tendencies.

Consignments

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Historical Sale Highlights

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Norval Morrisseau
acrylic on paper (31x38 in) 1970
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Pen Knife with Wittled Pieces of Tree
William Kurelek
pen & ink (10.88x7 in)
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Blackfoot Indian Woman
Nicholas de Grandmaison
oil on canvas (12.5x12.5 in) 1930
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Farm Near St-Jovite, Quebec
Alexander Young Jackson
oil (10.5x13.5 in) 1962
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Untitled Abstract
Paterson Ewen
oil on canvas (20x24 in) 1957
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Man Should Be Home Soon
Allen Sapp
oil on canvas (18x24 in) 1977
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Red Pine, Lake of the Woods
Walter Joseph Phillips
watercolour (11.5x7 in) 1921
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Sharp’s Dock - Pender Harbour 14/100
Walter Joseph Phillips
Woodblock on Paper (9.25x13.75 in)
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Whistle Making Time in Manitoba
William Kurelek
oil (18x19 in) 1971
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Sand Lake, Algoma
Arthur Lismer
oil on panel (9x12 in) 1922
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