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Lot 52: Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20" x 27". (unframed). Issued by THE NATIONAL GALLERY of Canada. Comments: The silkscreen process used up to 15 oil based colours, meaning real paint was used in the creation. .

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08 November 2016

Markham, ON, Canada

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  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
  • Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). 'Winter Morning, 1944' Serigraph on Board. 20
   
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Description: Artist: Thoreau MacDonald (1901-1989). Title: 'Winter Morning, 1944' Medium: Serigraph on Board. Size: 20 inches by 27 inches. Provenance: Sampson-Mathews Ltd, Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Issued by THE NATIONAL GALLERY of Canada. Appraised: $3200.00. (Unframed) Comments: The silkscreen process used up to 15 oil based colours, meaning real paint was used in the creation. A.J. Casson (Group of Seven) supervised production in the 1940s. He Signed this serigraph lower right. Appraisal Report by D. Paul Bremner. Estimate: $800-$1500.00

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