Go to Page: 2 (Two). . .
Item
1160
Artist
Graham Noble Norwell, O.S.A
Origine
Province of Quebec, Canada
Description
Oil on board
Condition*
Beautiful condition - (O.S.A) Founded in 1872, the Ontario Society of Artists is Canada’s longest continuing art society.
Measurements
Canvas 20 x 16 inch - 1950's Frame 26.5 x 22.5 inch - Wood & gold paint
Photography
Provided by Antique, collectibles & Vintage Interchange
Location
Montréal, Canada
Valued

Original Art including Frame*: Suggested Price: $4200.00 CA.   (*Estimated replacement price of original frame: $170.00 CA)   

Shipping rates & taxes if applicable
Information
News Letter Request
Seller's registration
 
rollins history
     Graham Noble Norwell OSA (1901 – 1967):
Graham Noble Norwell was a painter born in Edinburgh, Scotland. In 1914 he moved to Montreal, Quebec, Canada with his parents and then shortly afterwards to Kingston, Ontario. He subsequently lived in Ottawa, Ontario; Montreal; and Val-David, Quebec (in the Laurentians about 50 miles north of Montreal) where he died in 1967. His primary mediums were oil and watercolor.  His subjects were landscapes, particularly rural Quebec. Can be viewed at: The National Gallery of Arts of Canada in Ottawa.   (O.S.A) Founded in 1872, the Ontario Society of Artists is Canada’s longest continuing art society. Biography courtesy of The Collector's Dictionary of Canadian Artists at Auction: Volume III: M-R
Norwell, Graham Noble, 1901-1967 (McKendry; Vallée 89; Vallée 93; Hubbard; Robert 78; Fine Arts in Canada; Art Gallery of Ontario; Firestone Art Collection; Art Auctions 1976-1978; Biographical Index of Artists in Canada; Dictionary of Canadian Artists, vol. 5, pp. 1403-1405; Sales Index 1989-90; City of Ottawa Art Collection -- 2013)
rollins history
Antiques, collectibles & Vintage Interchange
Copyright 2010-13-18- WebTech Management and Publishing Incorporated -All rights reserved . Legal information