Bess Larkin Housser-Harris

Canada (18901969 ) - Artworks
HOUSSER-HARRIS Bess Larkin Old Mine Shaft, Cobalt

Heffel /May 14, 2004
2,427.78 - 3,641.66
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Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Sycamores In The Sun

Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Sycamores In The Sun

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Lot number: 302
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Bess Larkin Housser Harris BCSFA RCA 1890 - 1969 Canadian Sycamores in the Sun oil on paper laid down on board on verso signed and titled 14 3/4 x 18 in 37.5 x 45.7cm Provenance: Estate of Lawren Stewart Harris By descent to the present Private Collection, British Columbia $2,000 $3,000
Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Mountain Fantasia

Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Mountain Fantasia

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Lot number: 169
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Lot # 169 Bess Larkin Housser Harris BCSFA RCA 1890 - 1969 Canadian Mountain Fantasia oil on canvas on verso titled and inscribed 4760 Belmont Ave., $100 24 x 30 in 61 x 76.2cm Provenance: Bess Harris's sister, Dorit Larkin Sally Lewis, daughter of Dorit Larkin By descent to the present Private Collection, Calgary
Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Mountain Fantasia

Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Mountain Fantasia

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Lot # 169 Bess Larkin Housser Harris BCSFA RCA 1890 - 1969 Canadian Mountain Fantasia oil on canvas on verso titled and inscribed 4760 Belmont Ave., $100 24 x 30 in 61 x 76.2cm Provenance: Bess Harris's sister, Dorit Larkin Sally Lewis, daughter of Dorit Larkin By descent to the present Private Collection, Calgary
Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Old Mine Shaft, Cobalt

Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Old Mine Shaft, Cobalt

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Lot number: 85
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Provenance: Private Collection, Vancouver Island Exhibited: Art Gallery of Toronto, The Group of Seven, December 4 - 24, 1931, catalogue #81 International Art Centre of Roerich Museum, New York, 1932, catalogue #25 Bess Housser Harris, although mostly self-taught, took lessons from F.H. Varley. In 1914 she married Fred B. Housser, the author of A Canadian Art Movement: The Story of the Group of Seven. Bess wrote about art and edited for the Canadian Bookman from 1923 - 1926, and being an early supporter of the Group of Seven, she also published articles in the Bookman by Lawren Harris and other Group members. She exhibited at the influential Wembley exhibition in Britain in 1926, and in 1928 was invited to exhibit work in the Group of Seven exhibition in the Art Gallery of Toronto. In 1930 she exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and at the Baltimore Museum of Art. In 1934 she married Lawren Harris, and they lived in Hanover, New Hampshire and Santa Fe, New Mexico, until moving to Vancouver, BC in 1940. The Museum London in London, Ontario has requested that this painting be shown in its upcoming exhibition Intimate Circle: The F.B. Housser Memorial Art Collection on July 26 to September 17, 2005. This loan has not been promised to this exhibition, and its inclusion is entirely up to the purchaser. Sold for: $51,750 CDN Estimate: $4,000 CDN ~ $6,000 CDN International Art Centre of Roerich Museum, New York, 1932, catalogue #25 Bess Housser Harris, although mostly self-taught, took lessons from F.H. Varley. In 1914 she married Fred B. Housser, the author of A Canadian Art Movement: The Story of the Group of Seven. Bess wrote about art and edited for the Canadian Bookman from 1923 - 1926, and being an early supporter of the Group of Seven, she also published articles in the Bookman by Lawren Harris and other Group members. She exhibited at the influential Wembley exhibition in Britain in 1926, and in 1928 was invited to exhibit work in the Group of Seven exhibition in the Art Gallery of Toronto. In 1930 she exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and at the Baltimore Museum of Art. In 1934 she married Lawren Harris, and they lived in Hanover, New Hampshire and Santa Fe, New Mexico, until moving to Vancouver, BC in 1940. shown in its upcoming exhibition Intimate Circle: The F.B. Housser Memorial Art Collection on July 26 to September 17, 2005. This loan has not been promised to this exhibition, and its inclusion is entirely up to the purchaser. Sold for: $51,750 CDN
Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Houses

Bess Larkin Housser-Harris - Houses

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Lot number: 301
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Bess Larkin Housser Harris BCSFA RCA 1890 - 1969 Canadian Houses oil on panel on verso titled on a Harris Estate label 10 1/2 x 13 1/2 in 26.7 x 34.3cm Provenance: Estate of Lawren Stewart Harris By descent to the present Private Collection, British Columbia $2,000 $3,000
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