Heffel

Founded in 1978 by Kenneth G. Heffel, Heffel is a canadian auction house specializing in national fine art. Combining hard work with a big interest for canadian art, Kenneth G. Heffel quickly developed a good reputation in the canadian art business. At the beginning, the company was named Kenneth G. Heffel Fine Art Inc. Soon, Heffel opened up a gallery in Vancouver, and begun to build relations with customers and art dealers, slowly working the Heffel name up to the top of the canadian art world. When Heffel Fine Art Auction House was established in 1995, they became the first western canadian auction house to achieve more than one million canadian dollars in sales. Today, Heffel is the leading canadian auction house for fine art.

For the past 15 years, customers have had the possibility to participate in well-appreciated online auctions at Heffel's website. At the online auctions, Heffel aim to combine the excitement that always can be found in an auction room with the efficiency of Internet. Online auctions are held monthly. Live auctions are held at the company premises twice per year.

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Zao Wou-Ki 1921 - French lithograph L XIV 19 3/4 x
Zao Wou-Ki 1921 - French lithograph L XIV 19 3/4 x 25 3/4 inches 50.2 x 65.4 centimeters signed, editioned 24/125 and dated 1965 and on verso titled and dated on the L'Oeuvre Gravée label Provenance:L'Oeuvre Gravée, Zurich Gallery Pascal, Toronto Private Collection, Toronto This work was published by L'Oeuvre Gravée, Zurich and bears their label on verso with the reference #449. Heffel
Nell Mary Bradshaw 1904 - 1997 Canadian oil on board Three Haida Poles
Nell Mary Bradshaw 1904 - 1997 Canadian oil on board Three Haida Poles <br> 30 x 21 1/2 inches 76.2 x 54.6 centimeters signed and on verso titled Provenance:Alex Fraser Galleries, Vancouver <br> Private Collection, Vancouver Inscribed on verso by the artist: "Poles from left to right: <br> 1. The Tanoo Beaver. The beaver often depicted in Haida sculptures and identified by large teeth, chewing stick and scaly tail. This figure is an excellent example of Haida sculptural style. On the top of the pole are three watchmen, looking out for visitors. This pole was salvaged in 1954, from the deserted village of Tanoo, QCI and was then about 80 years old. <br> 2. The Weeping Pole. Salvaged in 1954 and now stored in Victoria, BC. Central figure is ancestress Dzelarhons or Frog Woman, holding frog and weeping long tears for her (frog) children, who were killed by thoughtless prince who threw them in the fire. In revenge she caused a volcanic eruption to destroy the village. Eagle above and watchmen on top. Whale below. <br> 3. Nothing certain known about this pole. It may be in Toronto." Heffel
Doris Jean McCarthy 1910 - 2010 Canadian watercolour on paper Northumberland
Doris Jean McCarthy 1910 - 2010 Canadian watercolour on paper Northumberland Hills <br> 21 x 26 inches 53.3 x 66 centimeters signed and inscribed "580721" and on verso inscribed "580720" Provenance:Acquired directly from the Artist by the present Private Collection, Ontario Heffel
Gordon Caruso 1923 - 2004 Canadian acrylic on canvas Untitled - Abstract
Gordon Caruso 1923 - 2004 Canadian acrylic on canvas Untitled - Abstract AOL0606-E03923-002 34 1/2 x 70in 87.6 x 177.8 centimeters signed and on verso signed and dated 1977 Provenance: Private Collection, Vancouver Heffel
Horace Champagne 1937 - Canadian pastel on paper
Horace Champagne 1937 - Canadian pastel on paper Touches of Gold AOL1107-E04940-001 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 inches 19 x 24.1 centimeters signed and dated 1986 and on verso titled and dated October 19 Provenance:Emberly Galleries, Halifax Private Collection, Montreal Inscribed on verso: ""To John Emberly, This beautiful little pond is walking distance of my studio, where many of my landscapes are made - it brings me much peace and enjoyment always.....Horace"" Heffel
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Vancouver
Heffel Gallery Limited
2247 Granville Street
Vancouver, British Columbia
Canada
V6H 3G1
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Telephone: 604 732-6505
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Ottawa
Andrew J.H. Gibbs ~ Ottawa Representative
451 Daly Avenue
Ottawa, Ontario
Canada
K1N 6H6
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Telephone: 613 230-6505
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Representative in Calgary
Lisa Christensen
Telephone: 403-238-6505
email: lisa@heffel.com
Toronto
Heffel Gallery Inc.
13 Hazelton Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
Canada
M5R 2E1
Toll Free: 1 866 961-6505
Telephone: 416 961-6505
Fax: 416 961-4245
Email: mail@heffel.com
Montreal
Galerie Heffel Québec Ltée.
1840 rue Sherbrooke Ouest
Montreal, Quebec
Canada
H3H 1E4
Toll Free: 1 866 939-6505
Telephone: 514 939-6505
Fax: 514 939-1100
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