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Price Realized Lot Was Passed
Date Sold 6/3/2015

Lot # 89
Estimate 700.00 - 900.00 CAD
Group - Category Art - Canadian
Canadian, 1851-1918 King's Pool, Gatineau Oil on board, signed & dated 1899; Titled on reverse 9 x 12 in, 23 x 30.5 cm
Name International Fine Arts Auction of June 2 & 3, 2015
Auctioneer Walker's Fine Art & Estate Auctioneers
Date(s) 6/2/2015 - 6/3/2015
JUNE 2 & 3, 2015 AT 6PM
Preview Date/Time OTTAWA PREVIEWS Tudor Hall 3750 North Bowesville Road Monday, June 1st 5 - 9pm Tuesday, June 2nd 2 - 6pm Wednesday, June 3rd 2 - 6pm
Checkout Date/Time At the Tudor Hall throughout the auction. At the end of the auction all remaining lots will be moved to Walker's offices at 81 Auriga Drive, Unit 17, Ottawa, Ontario K2E 7Y5.
Location TUDOR Hall 3750 North Bowesville Road,
Ottawa, ON K1V 1B8
Buyer Premium Buyer's Premium is 17%, ONLINE 22%
Walker’s is pleased to present its Spring Canadian, Asian and International Fine Arts Auction. This sale promises to be exceptional due to the diversity and excellence of the fine and decorative arts being offered from distinguished collections. In particular, we are proud to have been entrusted with the sale of the Henrietta Antony Estate. Ms Antony’s outstanding international collection of antique furniture, porcelain, chandeliers, silver and paintings was housed in her Westmount and Sutton, Quebec homes and has been brought to Walker’s Ottawa location for this sale. Ms Antony was a prominent, longstanding member of the Montreal antique dealers’ community with a shop in Westmount’s prestigious Greene Avenue shopping district. Henrietta Antony immigrated to Canada from Czechoslovakia in 1949 and settled in Montreal where at the age of sixteen she found work making custom lampshades for a wage of 50 cents per hour. Ambitious, she opened a china repair shop and, over time, learned about and started trading in antiques and lamps. In 1978 Henrietta Antony bought and moved her shop to the Royal Bank Building at the corner of Greene Avenue and St. Catherine West which was designed by Edward Maxwell in 1901. Henrietta Antony travelled extensively to Europe and America and, through her connections and sources in New York City, London, Paris, Vienna and other cultural centres, bought antiques both for her shop and herself. Her old world perspective and connoisseur’s eye is reflected in the collection presented here. Ms Antony was always willing to share her knowledge with others and provided advice, ran workshops and supported the community whenever she could. When she sold her business in 2012 one of her customers were quoted as saying “This wasn’t a shop, it was an institution.” Always the entrepreneur, Ms Antony decided in 1993 to build a chapel and plant grape vines on her estate in Sutton, Quebec. Since then St. Agnes Chapel and Vineyard has become an award winning producer of icewine and is, in effect, Henrietta Antony’s living legacy. The houses, wine cellars, chapel and other buildings on the property are built like a European village and continue to operate. “I considered myself so lucky to be in a country where the only limits imposed on me were the limits of my capabilities.” Henrietta Antony to the Westmount Examiner, August, 2012. A friend of Ms Antony’s once said that antiques are art and should be displayed as such, we at Walker’s agree so it is in this spirit that we are presenting the collections at this event.
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