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Alexander Young Gould

(1882 -  1974 )
GOULD Alexander Young  On Waldrond Ranch

Heffel
Nov 22, 2017
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Jackson Alexander Young

 

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Alexander Young Gould - Labrador

Alexander Young Gould - Labrador

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Lot number: 111
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Lot # 111 Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson ALC CGP G7 OSA RCA RSA 1882 - 1974 Canadian Labrador oil on board signed and on verso titled and dated 1927 on the gallery label 8 1/2 x 10 1/2 in 21.6 x 26.7cm Provenance: Warwick Gallery Ltd., Vancouver Private Collection, Ontario Literature: A.Y. Jackson: The Arctic 1927, Arctic Experience Gallery, 1982, the graphite drawing entitled Port Burwell reproduced plate 76, unpaginated Exhibited: Glenbow Museum, Calgary, Trailblazer Donor Event, May 12, 1999 In July of 1927, A.Y. Jackson embarked on a voyage to the Arctic aboard the SS Beothic, accompanied by scientist and artist Dr. Frederick Banting. The location of this fine painting was identified by Jackson’s 1927 drawing of this scene entitled Port Burwell. Located on western Killiniq Island, Port Burwell, an RCMP station, Inuit settlement and Hudson’s Bay Company post, was then within the boundaries of Labrador, but is now designated as part of Nunavut. Jackson wrote in his journal on August 30 and 31: "Got into Burwell about 3 pm, interesting rock…country very broken up, full of lakes, big granite boulders lying everywhere…Went ashore with Banting, made sketch. Color very interesting – ice on pools on rocks. Big sea pounding on the coast. Had to return to steamer at eleven…" Jackson made the most of the wild, striking setting of this outpost, but also included the warmth of human presence in the rowboat, the house tucked into the side of the hill and the animals on the ridge above. Jackson makes us feel the vitality of air and sea in this stunning Group of Seven period painting.
Alexander Young Gould -  On Waldrond Ranch

Alexander Young Gould - On Waldrond Ranch

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Lot number: 137
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Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson ALC CGP G7 OSA RCA RSA 1882 - 1974 Canadian On Waldrond Ranch oil on canvas signed and on verso signed, titled, dated Sept. 1946 and inscribed "Studio Bldg. Severn St. Toronto / "Express to Clarence Bundy, Cowley, Alta." 26 x 32 in 66 x 81.3cm Provenance: A gift from the residents of Pincher Creek to Dr. Merritt James and Anne Brayton, Alberta By descent to the present Private Collection, USA On Waldrond Ranch, along with lot 138 in this sale, was first acquired by Dr. Merritt James and Anne Brayton from the Pincher Creek region in Alberta. Dr. Brayton was the local physician, and his wife Anne worked as his nurse. During the Depression era, the doctor treated patients who were unable to pay directly for his services. Later, residents of the Pincher Creek region pooled their resources and bought this stunning A.Y. Jackson canvas to show their gratitude for the couple’s generosity, and it has remained in their family until its consignment to Heffel. Waldrond Ranch (now Waldron Ranch) was formed in 1883 and sold to various owners over the years. In 1962, it was purchased by the newly formed Waldron Grazing Co-op, a group of 116 southern Alberta ranchers who purchased shares to gain grazing rights for their cattle. As of 2013, the ranch now has the largest conservation easement in Canadian history, protecting the land against any development, subdivision or cultivation. Jackson expertly captures the rolling rhythms of this historic landscape on a late fall day, highlighted by his distinctive, almost Fauve-like colours and expressive brush-strokes.
Alexander Young Gould - Penetang Tannery Dock

Alexander Young Gould - Penetang Tannery Dock

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ALEXANDER YOUNG JACKSON, O.S.A., R.C.A. PENETANG TANNERY DOCK oil on board signed, titled and dated 1913 on the reverse 8.5 ins x 10.5 ins; 21.6 cms x 26.7 cms Provenance: Private Collection, Toronto Literature: A.Y. Jackson, A Painter\’s Country, The Autobiography of A.Y. Jackson , Toronto, 1958, pages 17 and 30. Kenneth Carman Veitch, Species History: Hemlock and the Tannin Industry of Muskoka , Journal of the Forest History Society of Ontario. volume 4 issue 2, 2013, pages 26 and 27. In 1881, the Breithaupt family, a well respected and prominent German family from Berlin, (now Kitchener) Ontario, purchased land in Penetanguishene to expand upon their successful industrial tannery business, then known as the Breithaupt Leather Company. The tanning industry contributed significantly to the economy of the Muskoka region, employing hundreds of people in their manufacturing operations, as well as rural residents who laboured in the Muskoka wilderness, cutting down trees in order to harvest the bark - essential to tannery operations, which uses the tannins in Hemlock bark to dye the leather. In addition to their tannery in Penetang, the Breithaupt family also owned a summer home in that area, where they would invite friends and family to visit during the summer months. Rosa Breithaupt introduced her cousin, A.Y. Jackson, to the Georgian Bay area when she invited him to spend his summer at their cottage, igniting the beginning of what would become a decades-long relationship with the Georgian Bay area that would become the focus of many of his paintings.
Alexander Young Gould - Farmhouse, Grenville

Alexander Young Gould - Farmhouse, Grenville

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Lot number: 82
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ALEXANDER YOUNG JACKSON, O.S.A., R.C.A. FARMHOUSE, GRENVILLE, QUE., 1965 oil on panel signed; also signed, titled, dated \“Apr. 9th, 1965\” and inscribed \“Farmhouse on Ottawa River\” 10.5 ins x 13.5 ins; 26.7 cms x 34.3 cms Provenance: Walter Klinkhoff Gallery, Montreal Private Collection, Maple, Ontario A native of Quebec who relocated to Toronto to help formulate a national artistic program through the formation of the Group of Seven, A.Y. Jackson (1882-1974) had never abandoned his home province. He returned there often to go on sketching excursions with fellow artists. He marvelled at the numerous villages including Grenville on the Ottawa River. Farmhouse, Grenville, Que. demonstrates his signature style of exaggerated, rhythmic lines and composition. The treatment of the uncultivated field in the foreground is a pronouncement about the character of a place and the season, early springs last remnants of snow, and what may be a sheet of ice on the river behind the farmhouse.
Alexander Young Gould -  Gatineau Farm

Alexander Young Gould - Gatineau Farm

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Lot number: 312
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Alexander Young (A.Y.) Jackson ALC CGP G7 OSA RCA RSA 1882 - 1974 Canadian Gatineau Farm oil on panel signed and on verso signed, titled and inscribed "#792" 10 1/2 x 13 1/2 in 26.7 x 34.3cm Provenance: Private Collection, Halifax Sold sale of Fine Canadian Art, Heffel Fine Art Auction House, May 23, 2007, lot 111 Private Collection, Vancouver A.Y. Jackson’s love of Quebec rural villages and farms is legendary, and subject matter such as this is greatly sought after. After 1947, Jackson began to paint in the countryside around Ottawa instead of his usual lower St. Lawrence River haunts, and made numerous sketching trips to the Gatineau region and up the Gatineau River. In 1955, he bought land in Manotick near Ottawa, and built a studio there.
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