Having recently closed the doors of the venerable Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, Galerie Eric Klinkhoff has reopened those very same doors at 1200 Sherbrooke Street West, a landmark building for the Canadian art scene, where the gallery has been a fixture for over 50 years. Eric Klinkhoff, having almost 45 years of experience in the art business himself, will follow in his father's footsteps and continue to handle works of the highest quality, giving the sage advice that he is known for to the buyers and sellers of Canadian art.
For more than 40 years, Eric Klinkhoff has undertaken a Catalogue Raisonné of the work of the important Canadian Impressionist, Maurice Cullen (1866-1934). In the field of Canadian art, art dealers, auctioneers and collectors alike recognize Eric Klinkhoff as being the Maurice Cullen expert.
Eric Klinkhoff has resumed a long-standing Walter Klinkhoff Gallery tradition of Retrospective Loan Exhibitions, an event that he initiated in 1974, the first of 40 such shows.
Galerie Walter Klinkhoff was a Founding Member of the Art Dealers Association of Canada (ADAC). Continuing in the tradition of Galerie Walter Klinkhoff, advising art collectors for more than 65 years, Galerie Eric Klinkhoff buys and sells important works of Canadian art.
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For more than 65 years, the Walter Klinkhoff Gallery has worked directly with many artists of significant interest and also been associated with the Estates of many important artists. With his long experience in the Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, Eric Klinkhoff figures as one of the most experienced experts in the field of Canadian art, who specializes in the buying and selling of works by outstanding Canadian artists such as Paul-Émile Borduas, Emily Carr, Maurice Cullen, Marc-Aurèle Fortin, Clarence Gagnon, Lawren Harris, Prudence Heward, Edwin Holgate, A.Y. Jackson, Cornelius Krieghoff, Jean Paul Lemieux, Arthur Lismer, John Lyman, David Milne, J.W. Morrice, Kathleen Morris, Alfred Pellan, Robert Pilot, Jean-Paul Riopelle, Albert H. Robinson, Anne Savage, Marc-Aurèle Suzor-Coté, Sam Borenstein, Tom Thomson, Frederick Simpson Coburn, Nora Collyer, Berthe des Clayes, Randolph Hewton, John Little, Molly Lamb and Bruno Bobak, as well as other historical Canadian and contemporary artists.