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Painter, b. 1921 - d. 2016

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY (ASKEYJOESNO) - Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter
        Apr. 28, 2024

        HENRY BEAUDRY (ASKEYJOESNO) - Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter

        Est: $600 - $700

        HENRY BEAUDRY (ASKEYJOESNO) (Canadian/Nehiyawak, 1921-2016) "Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. Framed. 16 x 20 inches (image). Excellent condition. Original 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached.

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY (ASKEYJOESNO) - Untitled - Wolves at Rest
        Apr. 28, 2024

        HENRY BEAUDRY (ASKEYJOESNO) - Untitled - Wolves at Rest

        Est: $2,200 - $2,500

        HENRY BEAUDRY (ASKEYJOESNO) (Canadian/Nehiyawak, 1921-2016) "Untitled - Wolves at Rest" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. Framed. 24 x 36 inches (image), 27 x 39 inches (frame). Excellent condition. Green Gable Gallery (Biggar, Saskatchewan) label verso. 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached (indicating an original price of $3.000).

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      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is Cree Warriors Going to Jail at Fort Battleford after the Riel Rebellion. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

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      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is Henry Spyglass Place on a Winter's Morning. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

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      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is A Metis Trader with the Assiniboine in the Pipestone River Valley. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

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      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is Medicine Ceremony. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

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      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is Coralling Some Horses at Sundown on the Assiniboine Reserve. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is Hunting Buffalo in the Old Days. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is A Warrior's Burial. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is Digging Seneca Roots. 24" by 48" Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

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      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is Some Buffalo Grazing Just at Sundown. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

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      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is Playing an Old Gambling Game. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is Returning Home at the End of a Day with a Deer. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

        Davis Brothers Auction
      • Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting
        Jan. 27, 2024

        Henry Beaudry Canadian First Nation Oil Painting

        Est: $200 - $300

        Oil on Board. Title is A Duck Hunter on the Mosquito Grizzly Bear's Head Reserve. 24" by 48". Henry Beaudry (Born 1921) is active/lives in Saskatchewan / Canada. Henry Beaudry is known for First Nation subject painting. Henry Beaudry is originally from Poundmaker First Nation where he was born in 1921. He attended the Indian Residential School in Delmas. In 1941, Henry joined the Canadian Army and served in combat in southern Europe. After being wounded in battle, he was captured by German troops. On Christmas day, 1944, he was imprisoned in Stalag 7A where he remained until liberation in the spring of 1945. Upon Mr. Beaudry's return to Saskatchewan in the same year, he settled down with his wife Theresa on Mosquito First Nation, where he took up painting in 1958. Theresa Beaudry tells an amusing anecdote about her husband's first painting. Their young son had asked for the picture when it was finished, and he was given it to do what he wished. The boy returned home the next day with a large box of comic books, which someone had traded him for the painting. Henry Beaudry is an entirely self-taught artist. Like other Indian artists' he has the feel for color, composition, and Indian life that non-Indian artists do not possess. This is one characteristic which makes Beaudry's art, and Indian art in general, so appealing to art lovers. Chris Odishaw has always had an interest in Canadian Aboriginal art. Over time he developed a friendship with Henry Beaudry and began collecting his paintings. This collection is now being offered to you. Browse the on-line gallery and see the beauty of First Nations culture through the eyes of Henry Beaudry Allard Auction Collection Inv: JOW

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter
        Oct. 29, 2023

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter

        Est: $600 - $750

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (Canadian/Nehiyawak, 1921-2016) "Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 16 x 20 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Original 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached.

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves at Rest
        Oct. 29, 2023

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves at Rest

        Est: $2,200 - $2,500

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (Canadian/Nehiyawak, 1921-2016) "Untitled - Wolves at Rest" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 24 x 36 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Green Gable Gallery (Biggar, Saskatchewan) label verso. 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached (indicating an original price of $3.000).

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves Beside the River
        Apr. 23, 2023

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves Beside the River

        Est: $250 - $350

        HENRY BEAUDRY (Canadian/Nehiyawak, 1921-2016) "Untitled - Wolves Beside the River" 1990 - Acrylic on canvas board. Signed and dated lower right. 16 x 20 inches. Unframed. Excellent condition.

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter
        Apr. 23, 2023

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter

        Est: $650 - $800

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (Canadian/Nehiyawak, 1921-2016) "Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 16 x 20 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Original 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached.

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves at Rest
        Apr. 23, 2023

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves at Rest

        Est: $2,400 - $2,800

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (Canadian/Nehiyawak, 1921-2016) "Untitled - Wolves at Rest" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 24 x 36 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Green Gable Gallery (Biggar, Saskatchewan) label verso. 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached (indicating an original price of $3.000).

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Watched by a Bear
        Apr. 23, 2023

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Watched by a Bear

        Est: $1,200 - $1,400

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (Canadian/Nehiyawak, 1921-2016) "Untitled - Watched by a Bear" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 18 x 24 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Original 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached (indicating a price of $1,500).

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Someone Is Coming This Way
        Apr. 23, 2023

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Someone Is Coming This Way

        Est: $2,400 - $2,800

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (Canadian/Nehiyawak, 1921-2016) "Someone Is Coming This Way" 2000 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 24 x 36 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Original 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached. Exhibition label attached, from the 2011 solo exhibition Through Grandfather's Eyes, Wanuskewin Heritage Park, indicating 'On loan from the Permanent Collection of Chris Odishaw'. Photo attached from the 2011 exhibition with Henry Beaudry in the foreground and this painting in the background.

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY (ASKEYJOESNO) - Untitled - Mountain Lake
        Oct. 16, 2022

        HENRY BEAUDRY (ASKEYJOESNO) - Untitled - Mountain Lake

        Est: $500 - $700

        HENRY BEAUDRY (ASKEYJOESNO) (Canadian,1921-2016) "Untitled - Mountain Lake" - Acrylic on Masonite. Signed lower right. 24 x 48 inches. Unframed. Very good condition.

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Coming Home in a Storm
        May. 15, 2022

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Coming Home in a Storm

        Est: $300 - $400

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (1921-2016) "Untitled - Coming Home in a Storm" 1984 - Acrylic on canvas board. Signed and dated lower right. 10 x 12 inches. Framed. Excellent condition.

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter
        May. 15, 2022

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter

        Est: $700 - $900

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (1921-2016) "Untitled - Wolves Feeding in Winter" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 16 x 20 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Original 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached.

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves at Rest
        May. 15, 2022

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Wolves at Rest

        Est: $2,500 - $3,000

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (1921-2016) "Untitled - Wolves at Rest" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 24 x 36 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Green Gable Gallery (Biggar, Saskatchewan) label verso. 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached (indicating an original price of $3.000).

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Howling Wolves
        May. 15, 2022

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Howling Wolves

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (1921-2016) "Untitled - Howling Wolves" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 20 x 24 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Original 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached (indicating a price of $1,500). This painting was included in the 2011 solo exhibition Through Grandfather's Eyes, Wanuskewin Heritage Park. Photo attached from the 2011 exhibition with Henry Beaudry in the foreground and this painting in the background.

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      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Hunting from the Canoe
        May. 15, 2022

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Hunting from the Canoe

        Est: $700 - $900

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (1921-2016) "Untitled - Hunting from the Canoe" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 16 x 20 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Green Gable Gallery (Biggar, Saskatchewan) label verso.

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Watched by a Bear
        May. 15, 2022

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Untitled - Watched by a Bear

        Est: $1,200 - $1,500

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (1921-2016) "Untitled - Watched by a Bear" 1999 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 18 x 24 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Original 2017 receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached (indicating a price of $1,500).

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Someone Is Coming This Way
        May. 15, 2022

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Someone Is Coming This Way

        Est: $2,500 - $3,000

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (Canadian,1921-2016) "Someone Is Coming This Way" 2000 - Acrylic on canvas. Signed and dated lower right. 24 x 36 inches. Framed. Excellent condition. Original 2017 sale receipt from Battleford Furniture Ltd attached. Exhibition label attached, from the 2011 solo exhibition 'Through Grandfather's Eyes', Wanuskewin Heritage Park, indicating 'On loan from the Permanent Collection of Chris Odishaw'. Photo attached from the 2011 exhibition with Henry Beaudry in the foreground and this painting in the background.

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • Henry Beaudry, Riverside Deer
        Apr. 25, 2020

        Henry Beaudry, Riverside Deer

        Est: $250 - $450

        Henry Poundmaker Beaudry was born in 1921on Poundmaker First Nation, a great-grandson of the legendary Chief Poundmaker.  At age 19, he enlisted and eventually was posted to Italy. During his tour of duty in Italy, Beaudry was wounded, forcing a lengthy hospital stay. He was later captured in Ravenna, Italy by the Nazis. Beaudry was taken prisoner and sent to the infamous Stalag VII-A, the largest German prisoner of war camp during the Second World War. But in the course of being moved to another location, Beaudry escaped, along with a fellow Mongolian prisoner from the Russian army. After days walking in cold conditions, Beaudry was taken in by a group of farmers who hid prisoners from the German army. Beaudry eventually wound up in Holland. As the war wound down, Beaudry was taken in by the American forces and fought alongside them.    After the war, Beaudry took up art on Mosquito First Nation, starting out doing drawings on paper but eventually moving into paintings. The war years would be well represented by Beaudry in his artwork later on. Beaudry signed each one of his paintings with a drawing of an eagle feather, a reference to the eagle feather he had kept with him during the war, but which he lost on the day he was captured. Beaudry earned a living as an artist and his work eventually came to the attention of Chris Odishaw of Battleford Furniture, who developed a strong friendship with Beaudry. He met Beaudry for the first time back in 1979 when his parents first opened their furniture store and ultimately struck a deal with Beaudry where the artist would do paintings for him exclusively. Odishaw today owns a collection of Beaudry’s work numbered at around 1,300. Beaudry was entirely a self-taught artist. His style has much in common with his contemporary, the late Allen Sapp, in that he painted out of his mind and out of his memory. Beaudry’s artwork made its way to the famous and powerful, with works presented to Queen Elizabeth and to Pierre Elliott Trudeau. He met Justin Trudeau in Saskatoon in 2013, when the future prime minister was in the city for the Canada Remembers Our Heroes Air Show.  A documentary on Beaudry’s life, entitled H. Beaudry: Covers the Earth Boy, has aired on outlets such as CTV. Beaudry’s works have been shown in galleries across western Canada, including a major display at Wanuskewin as well at the Allen Sapp Gallery, the Museum of Natural History in Regina and other venues. Battleford Furniture has displayed many of Beaudry’s works at its location. Henry Beaudry passed away in 2016 at the age of 95.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Henry Beaudry 1921 - 2016 Canadian First Nation Artist: Oil on board, Native Indian women and dog by
        Mar. 30, 2019

        Henry Beaudry 1921 - 2016 Canadian First Nation Artist: Oil on board, Native Indian women and dog by

        Est: £40 - £60

        Henry Beaudry 1921 - 2016 Canadian First Nation Artist: Oil on board, Native Indian women and dog by a teepee. Signed lower right, dated 81. Framed. 23½ins. x 17½ins.

        Henry Aldridge & Son Ltd
      • Henry Beaudry 1921 - 2016 Canadian First Nation Artist: Oil on board 'Geese flying over a wheat fiel
        Mar. 30, 2019

        Henry Beaudry 1921 - 2016 Canadian First Nation Artist: Oil on board 'Geese flying over a wheat fiel

        Est: £40 - £60

        Henry Beaudry 1921 - 2016 Canadian First Nation Artist: Oil on board 'Geese flying over a wheat field', signed lower right, dated 83. 15¾ins. x 11¾ins. Plus oil on board teepee decorated with bison and eagles in a modern setting, signed lower right, dated 83. 15½ins. x 11½ins. Both framed. (2).

        Henry Aldridge & Son Ltd
      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Sitting Bull
        Nov. 22, 2014

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Sitting Bull

        Est: $300 - $500

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (Canadian, 1921-) "Sitting Bull" - acrylic on canvas. Signed lower right; signed and titled verso; framed. 24 x 18 in. (60 x 45 cm)

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Sitting Bull
        May. 31, 2014

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] - Sitting Bull

        Est: $300 - $500

        HENRY BEAUDRY [ASKEYJOESNO] (Canadian, 1921-) "Sitting Bull" - acrylic on canvas. Signed lower right; signed and titled verso; framed. 24 x 18 in. (60 x 45 cm)

        Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
      • HENRY BEAUDRY (CANADIAN, 1921-) ) REPAIRING THE
        Sep. 22, 2011

        HENRY BEAUDRY (CANADIAN, 1921-) ) REPAIRING THE

        Est: $100 - $200

        HENRY BEAUDRY (CANADIAN, 1921-) ) REPAIRING THE SLED; ACRYLIC ON CANVAS; SIGNED AND DATED 2005 LOWER RIGHT (UNFRAMED 18" x 24" - 45.7 x 61 cm.

        Waddington's
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