A third generation family enterprise founded in Ottawa in 1937, Walker’s is one of Canada’s oldest and largest auction houses. Our specialties include Canadian fine art; European and American art fine and decorative arts; Inuit (Eskimo) and First Nations art; Asian art; and fine silver, carpets, antiques and jewellery. Walker’s holds major live auctions of both Fine Art and Inuit Art every spring and fall, promoted with lavishly produced printed catalogues and previews in Montreal, Toronto and Ottawa. As well, we hold regular live Discovery Auctions that feature a wide range of quality art and antiques. All Walker’s auctions are further promoted through on-line catalogues. We offer a complete range of bidding options to our buying clients worldwide. Our auctions regularly achieve record prices in several categories. In addition to selling and buying, Walker’s offers a full range of auxiliary services including valuations and appraisals, private sales, restoration, packing and shipping for individuals, estates and institutions.
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ARVIAT (ESKIMO POINT), Winter Scene with Sea Goddess, c. mid 1990s, coloured pencil drawing, signed in syllabics, matted, 15 x 22 in, 38 x 56 cm Provenance: Wagonfeld Collection; Spirit Wrestler Gallery Exhibited and published: Loveland Museum Gallery, Survival: Inuit Art (2004) p. 76.Read more
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- 340 GBP
CAPE DORSET, Bird-Man, c. 1961, stone, 7 x 6.25 x 2.5 in, 17.5 x 15.8 x 6.3 cm Provenance: Pruzansky Collection; Walker’s Nov. 2011 (Lot 114); ex Robertson Collection Exhibited and published: Agnes Etherington Art Centre, Selections from the John and Mary Robertson Collection of Inuit Sculpture (Blodgett 1986) fig. 24.Read more
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