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      • Peter, Nori - Enfants
        Dec. 12, 2023

        Peter, Nori - Enfants

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        Peter, Nori (1935-2009) Enfants Description: Oil on panel, signed on front lower right Nori Peters Dimension (PO): 20" x 30" Dimension (CM): 51 x 76 cm Condition report: Upon request, We will gladly answer all your inquiries in a detailed manner.

        Champagne Auctions
      • Peter, Nori - Mère et enfant
        Dec. 12, 2023

        Peter, Nori - Mère et enfant

        Est: $400 - $600

        Peter, Nori (1935-2000) Mère et enfant Description: Oil on panel, signed on front lower right Nori Peter Dimension (PO): 16" x 20" Dimension (CM): 40,5 x 51 cm Condition report: Upon request, We will gladly answer all your inquiries in a detailed manner.

        Champagne Auctions
      • NORI PETER (Budapest, Hungary, 1935-2009) and LIMOGES, France. Two plates. One in LIMOGES porcelain, the other illustrated with painting by NORI PETER. Marks on the back of both.
        Jul. 20, 2023

        NORI PETER (Budapest, Hungary, 1935-2009) and LIMOGES, France. Two plates. One in LIMOGES porcelain, the other illustrated with painting by NORI PETER. Marks on the back of both.

        Est: €100 - €150

        NORI PETER (Budapest, Hungary, 1935-2009) and LIMOGES, France. Two plates. One in LIMOGES porcelain, the other illustrated with painting by NORI PETER. Marks on the reverse of both. Measurements: 25,5 cm. diameter, the larger one. Nori Peter attended the school of fine arts and the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts in Budapest. He studied with some of the great Hungarian painters until the 1956 revolution, when he emigrated with his mother to Canada. To survive in Canada, Nori began painting portraits and opened a gallery in Toronto, where she met many of her patrons and collectors. He painted portraits for the first six years of his 17 years in Toronto. He continued to paint portraits on commission, nori claims to have painted over 600 portraits. In 1965, a doctor and his wife invited her to visit northern Canada. It was then that she began to paint the Inuit, and her sensitive and romantic portraits of them, especially the children, earned her enough of a reputation that she was asked to exhibit her paintings at eaton's college street art gallery in toronto. This relationship lasted until the gallery closed a few years later. Nori returned several times to the northern Inuit settlements. He learned that most Canadian souvenirs were made outside the country, so while in Toronto, Nori produced a series of ceramic figurines of the Inuit people. He later worked on many porcelain figurines and bronze casts of children. His images attracted the attention of Kaiser Porcelain, The Bradford Exchange and Anna Peranna. These companies produced tens of thousands of wall plaques featuring Nori's work. At one time she worked in stained glass and her work appears on placemats, coffee mugs and postcards. She is most proud of the work she has done for several Ontario churches, where ceramic sculptures, murals and paintings adorn the walls. In the early 1960s, Nori met the Whetungs, who now run a large gallery in Curve Lake, Ontario, not far from Peterborough. They encouraged her to exhibit her work in the curve lake gallery. She moved to live in curve lake after 17 years in toronto. She also lived in lakefield, emerald isle and buckhorn lake, ennismore, where her studio was located and where she resided until her death. He enjoyed the peterborough and kawartha lakes area. nori has had a 30-year relationship with the koyman gallery in ottawa and the klimantiris gallery in montreal. He has also exhibited his work at 737 gallery near Tweed, Ontario. He has worked in various media and claims to have painted thousands of oil paintings, his favourite thing to do. Many of these paintings are still in homes in the Peterborough area. Several print editions of his work have been published. Over the years he supported many organisations with donations of his work. He was also very fond of animals and birds, especially husky dogs, which he sometimes depicted in his paintings. His work is represented in several corporate collections. It is in the University of Calgary Gallery, the Edmonton Art Gallery, the Provincial Art Gallery of Newfoundland, Labrador and the National Gallery of Canada. Limoges enamelling has a long tradition dating back to the Middle Ages, in particular to the last painting of the 12th century. It was the most important enamel workshop in France, and owed its success in particular to its production of enamel-decorated objects in addition to the usual enamelled plates. Its medieval pieces had their own characteristics, such as a very shallow background dragging or a very fine partitioning for details, as well as an innovative chromatism that included new tones such as light blue-grey or white.

        Setdart Auction House
      • Nori Peter (Hungary,Canada,1935-2009) oil painting
        Mar. 12, 2023

        Nori Peter (Hungary,Canada,1935-2009) oil painting

        Est: $800 - $1,050

        ARTIST: Nori Peter (Hungarian, Canadian, 1935 - 2009) NAME: Apoka in His Mothers Parka (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 20 inches / 60 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 35 x 31 inches / 88 x 78 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120885 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Nori peter was born in Budapest, Hungary on july 23, 1935. She had a natural talent to draw since she was three years old. Encouraged by her father, who kept track of her early work, she attended fine art school for 4 years until she was old enough to attend the hungarian academy of fine art in Budapest. Here she studied under some of hungary's great painters till the revolution in 1956 when she emigrated with her mother to canada with only $10.00 between them. In order to survive in Canada, Nori started to paint portraits and opened a gallery in toronto where she met many of her patrons and collectors. She painted portraits for the first six years of her 17 years in toronto. She continued to paint portraits if commissioned, nori claims to have painted over 600 portraits. Sometime in 1965 she was invited to see canada's north by a doctor and his wife. It was then that she started to paint the inuit people and her sensitive romantic portrayals of these, especially the children, gained her a reputation enough to be asked by eaton's college street art gallery in toronto to display her paintings. This relationship lasted till the gallery closed a few years later. Nori returned to inuit settlements across the north several times. She learned that most canadian souvenirs were made outside the country so while still in toronto nori produced a series of ceramic figurines of the inuit people. Later she worked on many porcelain figurines and bronze castings of children. Her images were noticed by kaiser porcelain, the bradford exchange and anna peranna. These companies produced tens of thousands of wall plates bearing nori's work. At one time she worked in stain glass and her work appears on placemats, coffee mugs, and post cards. She was very proud of the work she has done for several churches in ontario where ceramic sculptures, murals and paintings adorn the walls. Nori met the whetungs' who now operate a large gallery in curve lake, ontario, not far from peterborough, in the early 1960's. She was encouraged by them to display her work at the curve lake gallery. She moved to curve lake to live after her 17 years in Toronto. She has also lived in Lakefield, Emerald isle, and Buckhorn lake, ennismore where her studio was located and where she resided until her passing. She enjoyed the peterborough and kawartha lakes area nori has had a 30 year relationship with the Koyman gallery in ottawa and the klimantiris gallery in montreal. She also has displayed pieces at the 737 gallery near tweed, ontario. She has worked in several mediums and claimed that she has painted thousands of oil paintings which she liked to do best. Many of these paintings are still located in homes in the peterborough area. From her work there have been several print editions published. She supported many organizations with donations of her work over the years. She was also very fond of animals and birds especially husky dogs which she sometimes has painted in her pictures. Her work is represented in several corporation collections. She is in the university of calgary gallery, the Edmonton art gallery, the provincial art gallery of newfoundland, labrador, and the national gallery of Canada.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Nori Peter (Hungary,Canada,1935-2009) oil painting
        Dec. 18, 2022

        Nori Peter (Hungary,Canada,1935-2009) oil painting

        Est: $800 - $1,050

        ARTIST: Nori Peter (Hungarian, Canadian, 1935 - 2009) NAME: Apoka in His Mothers Parka (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 20 inches / 60 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 35 x 31 inches / 88 x 78 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120885 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Nori peter was born in Budapest, Hungary on july 23, 1935. She had a natural talent to draw since she was three years old. Encouraged by her father, who kept track of her early work, she attended fine art school for 4 years until she was old enough to attend the hungarian academy of fine art in Budapest. Here she studied under some of hungary's great painters till the revolution in 1956 when she emigrated with her mother to canada with only $10.00 between them. In order to survive in Canada, Nori started to paint portraits and opened a gallery in toronto where she met many of her patrons and collectors. She painted portraits for the first six years of her 17 years in toronto. She continued to paint portraits if commissioned, nori claims to have painted over 600 portraits. Sometime in 1965 she was invited to see canada's north by a doctor and his wife. It was then that she started to paint the inuit people and her sensitive romantic portrayals of these, especially the children, gained her a reputation enough to be asked by eaton's college street art gallery in toronto to display her paintings. This relationship lasted till the gallery closed a few years later. Nori returned to inuit settlements across the north several times. She learned that most canadian souvenirs were made outside the country so while still in toronto nori produced a series of ceramic figurines of the inuit people. Later she worked on many porcelain figurines and bronze castings of children. Her images were noticed by kaiser porcelain, the bradford exchange and anna peranna. These companies produced tens of thousands of wall plates bearing nori's work. At one time she worked in stain glass and her work appears on placemats, coffee mugs, and post cards. She was very proud of the work she has done for several churches in ontario where ceramic sculptures, murals and paintings adorn the walls. Nori met the whetungs' who now operate a large gallery in curve lake, ontario, not far from peterborough, in the early 1960's. She was encouraged by them to display her work at the curve lake gallery. She moved to curve lake to live after her 17 years in Toronto. She has also lived in Lakefield, Emerald isle, and Buckhorn lake, ennismore where her studio was located and where she resided until her passing. She enjoyed the peterborough and kawartha lakes area nori has had a 30 year relationship with the Koyman gallery in ottawa and the klimantiris gallery in montreal. She also has displayed pieces at the 737 gallery near tweed, ontario. She has worked in several mediums and claimed that she has painted thousands of oil paintings which she liked to do best. Many of these paintings are still located in homes in the peterborough area. From her work there have been several print editions published. She supported many organizations with donations of her work over the years. She was also very fond of animals and birds especially husky dogs which she sometimes has painted in her pictures. Her work is represented in several corporation collections. She is in the university of calgary gallery, the Edmonton art gallery, the provincial art gallery of newfoundland, labrador, and the national gallery of Canada.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Nori Peter's "The Providers" Limited Edition Canvas
        Nov. 27, 2022

        Nori Peter's "The Providers" Limited Edition Canvas

        Est: $25 - $40

        Nori Peter's "The Providers" limited edition canvas, signed lower right, and signed, titled, and numbered 19/980 on reverse. This piece is of Aboriginal villagers with their children and dogs, hunting a walrus, in what appears to be the Arctic. This piece is in excellent condition and has been custom framed.

        Oakwood Auctions
      • Nori Peter (Hungary,Canada,1935-2009) oil painting
        Sep. 11, 2022

        Nori Peter (Hungary,Canada,1935-2009) oil painting

        Est: $850 - $1,100

        ARTIST: Nori Peter (Hungarian, Canadian, 1935 - 2009) NAME: Apoka in His Mothers Parka (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 20 inches / 60 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 35 x 31 inches / 88 x 78 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120885 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Nori peter was born in Budapest, Hungary on july 23, 1935. She had a natural talent to draw since she was three years old. Encouraged by her father, who kept track of her early work, she attended fine art school for 4 years until she was old enough to attend the hungarian academy of fine art in Budapest. Here she studied under some of hungary's great painters till the revolution in 1956 when she emigrated with her mother to canada with only $10.00 between them. In order to survive in Canada, Nori started to paint portraits and opened a gallery in toronto where she met many of her patrons and collectors. She painted portraits for the first six years of her 17 years in toronto. She continued to paint portraits if commissioned, nori claims to have painted over 600 portraits. Sometime in 1965 she was invited to see canada's north by a doctor and his wife. It was then that she started to paint the inuit people and her sensitive romantic portrayals of these, especially the children, gained her a reputation enough to be asked by eaton's college street art gallery in toronto to display her paintings. This relationship lasted till the gallery closed a few years later. Nori returned to inuit settlements across the north several times. She learned that most canadian souvenirs were made outside the country so while still in toronto nori produced a series of ceramic figurines of the inuit people. Later she worked on many porcelain figurines and bronze castings of children. Her images were noticed by kaiser porcelain, the bradford exchange and anna peranna. These companies produced tens of thousands of wall plates bearing nori's work. At one time she worked in stain glass and her work appears on placemats, coffee mugs, and post cards. She was very proud of the work she has done for several churches in ontario where ceramic sculptures, murals and paintings adorn the walls. Nori met the whetungs' who now operate a large gallery in curve lake, ontario, not far from peterborough, in the early 1960's. She was encouraged by them to display her work at the curve lake gallery. She moved to curve lake to live after her 17 years in Toronto. She has also lived in Lakefield, Emerald isle, and Buckhorn lake, ennismore where her studio was located and where she resided until her passing. She enjoyed the peterborough and kawartha lakes area nori has had a 30 year relationship with the Koyman gallery in ottawa and the klimantiris gallery in montreal. She also has displayed pieces at the 737 gallery near tweed, ontario. She has worked in several mediums and claimed that she has painted thousands of oil paintings which she liked to do best. Many of these paintings are still located in homes in the peterborough area. From her work there have been several print editions published. She supported many organizations with donations of her work over the years. She was also very fond of animals and birds especially husky dogs which she sometimes has painted in her pictures. Her work is represented in several corporation collections. She is in the university of calgary gallery, the Edmonton art gallery, the provincial art gallery of newfoundland, labrador, and the national gallery of Canada.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Nori Peter (Hungary,Canada,1935-2009) oil painting
        Jun. 12, 2022

        Nori Peter (Hungary,Canada,1935-2009) oil painting

        Est: $850 - $1,100

        ARTIST: Nori Peter (Hungarian, Canadian, 1935 - 2009) NAME: Apoka in His Mothers Parka (titled on verso) MEDIUM: oil on board CONDITION: Very good. No visible inpaint under UV light. SIGHT SIZE: 24 x 20 inches / 60 x 50 cm FRAME SIZE: 35 x 31 inches / 88 x 78 cm SIGNATURE: lower right and on verso CATEGORY: antique vintage painting AD: ART CONSIGNMENTS WANTED. CONTACT US SKU#: 120885 US Shipping $120 + insurance. BIOGRAPHY: Nori peter was born in Budapest, Hungary on july 23, 1935. She had a natural talent to draw since she was three years old. Encouraged by her father, who kept track of her early work, she attended fine art school for 4 years until she was old enough to attend the hungarian academy of fine art in Budapest. Here she studied under some of hungary's great painters till the revolution in 1956 when she emigrated with her mother to canada with only $10.00 between them. In order to survive in Canada, Nori started to paint portraits and opened a gallery in toronto where she met many of her patrons and collectors. She painted portraits for the first six years of her 17 years in toronto. She continued to paint portraits if commissioned, nori claims to have painted over 600 portraits. Sometime in 1965 she was invited to see canada's north by a doctor and his wife. It was then that she started to paint the inuit people and her sensitive romantic portrayals of these, especially the children, gained her a reputation enough to be asked by eaton's college street art gallery in toronto to display her paintings. This relationship lasted till the gallery closed a few years later. Nori returned to inuit settlements across the north several times. She learned that most canadian souvenirs were made outside the country so while still in toronto nori produced a series of ceramic figurines of the inuit people. Later she worked on many porcelain figurines and bronze castings of children. Her images were noticed by kaiser porcelain, the bradford exchange and anna peranna. These companies produced tens of thousands of wall plates bearing nori's work. At one time she worked in stain glass and her work appears on placemats, coffee mugs, and post cards. She was very proud of the work she has done for several churches in ontario where ceramic sculptures, murals and paintings adorn the walls. Nori met the whetungs' who now operate a large gallery in curve lake, ontario, not far from peterborough, in the early 1960's. She was encouraged by them to display her work at the curve lake gallery. She moved to curve lake to live after her 17 years in Toronto. She has also lived in Lakefield, Emerald isle, and Buckhorn lake, ennismore where her studio was located and where she resided until her passing. She enjoyed the peterborough and kawartha lakes area nori has had a 30 year relationship with the Koyman gallery in ottawa and the klimantiris gallery in montreal. She also has displayed pieces at the 737 gallery near tweed, ontario. She has worked in several mediums and claimed that she has painted thousands of oil paintings which she liked to do best. Many of these paintings are still located in homes in the peterborough area. From her work there have been several print editions published. She supported many organizations with donations of her work over the years. She was also very fond of animals and birds especially husky dogs which she sometimes has painted in her pictures. Her work is represented in several corporation collections. She is in the university of calgary gallery, the Edmonton art gallery, the provincial art gallery of newfoundland, labrador, and the national gallery of Canada.

        Broward Auction Gallery LLC
      • Peter, Nori - The Bounty of the Hunt
        May. 24, 2022

        Peter, Nori - The Bounty of the Hunt

        Est: $500 - $650

        Peter, Nori (1935-2009) The Bounty of the Hunt Description: Oil on board, signed on lower right Nori Peter Dimension (PO): 12" x 16" Dimension (CM): 30.5 x 40.6 cm Condition report: Upon request, We will gladly answer all your inquiries in a detailed manner.

        Champagne Auctions
      • NORI PETER (Hungarian/Canadian. 1935-2009)
        Feb. 12, 2022

        NORI PETER (Hungarian/Canadian. 1935-2009)

        Est: $400 - $600

        Apo.. in His Mothers Parka, Canadian Artic. Signed, titled on the reverse, also signed l/r. Oil on Masonite. 24 by 20 in., overall 36 by 31 in.

        Auction Gallery of the Palm Beaches
      • NORI PETER CANADIAN PRINTS
        Aug. 27, 2021

        NORI PETER CANADIAN PRINTS

        Est: -

        All items are sold as-is. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, or wear and tear. The pickup address will be released on your invoice. Invoices are sent after the entire auction has ended. Be sure to bring boxes and packing material to pickup. If you purchase a large item, be sure to bring moving help. Large items cannot be shipped. Items not picked up by the pickup deadline, NOT requiring shipping will be forfeited and you will still be charged. Items cannot be held after the pickup date. Items not paid for 4 days after the pickup date will be automatically charged to the card on file.

        Aether Auctions
      • Nori Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)
        Jan. 04, 2020

        Nori Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)

        Est: $600 - $800

        Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Nori Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)
        Dec. 14, 2019

        Nori Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)

        Est: $700 - $900

        Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Nori Peter - Inuit Boy and Dog
        Dec. 14, 2019

        Nori Peter - Inuit Boy and Dog

        Est: $700 - $900

        Inuit Boy and Dog

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Nori Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)
        Nov. 24, 2019

        Nori Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)

        Est: $700 - $900

        Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic) (oil on board, 24" x 20", framed)

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Nori Peter - Inuit Boy and Dog
        Nov. 24, 2019

        Nori Peter - Inuit Boy and Dog

        Est: $700 - $900

        Inuit Boy and Dog (oil on board, 24" x 20", framed)

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Nori Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)
        Oct. 12, 2019

        Nori Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)

        Est: $700 - $900

        Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Nori Peter - Inuit Boy and Dog
        Oct. 12, 2019

        Nori Peter - Inuit Boy and Dog

        Est: $700 - $900

        Inuit Boy and Dog

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Noria Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)
        Sep. 08, 2019

        Noria Peter - Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic)

        Est: $700 - $900

        Grandmother's Pet (Canadian Arctic) - signed oil on board, 24" x 20" (framed)

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Nori Peter - Inuit Boy and Dog
        Sep. 08, 2019

        Nori Peter - Inuit Boy and Dog

        Est: $700 - $900

        Inuit Boy and Dog - signed oil on board, 24" x 20" (framed)

        Westbridge Fine Art Auction House
      • Nori Peter Eskimo Scene Incised Glass Sculpture
        Jun. 14, 2018

        Nori Peter Eskimo Scene Incised Glass Sculpture

        Est: $10 - $1,000

        5.25" Tall X 8" Wide. Location: 213: Case 6

        Berner's Auction Gallery
      • Nori Peter Alaskan Art Glass
        May. 31, 2018

        Nori Peter Alaskan Art Glass

        Est: $100 - $150

        Nori Peter 1935-2009 Alaskan Art Glass. Measures - 5 1/2" high x 8 1/4" long.

        Antiques & Art International
      • NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009), UNTITLED (WOMEN AND CHILDREN), INK & WATERCOLOUR ON ILLUSTRATION BOARD; SIGNED AND DATED 1966 LOWER RIGHT, 13.5 x 17.5 in — 34.3 x 44.5 cm
        May. 10, 2018

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009), UNTITLED (WOMEN AND CHILDREN), INK & WATERCOLOUR ON ILLUSTRATION BOARD; SIGNED AND DATED 1966 LOWER RIGHT, 13.5 x 17.5 in — 34.3 x 44.5 cm

        Est: $400 - $600

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) UNTITLED (WOMEN AND CHILDREN)INK & WATERCOLOUR ON ILLUSTRATION BOARD; SIGNED AND DATED 1966 LOWER RIGHT13.5 x 17.5 in — 34.3 x 44.5 cmEstimate: $400—600

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009), MOTHER & CHILD IN THE MIDNIGHT SUN, OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO LABEL VERSO (1974), 24 x 20 in — 61 x 50.8 cm
        Jan. 25, 2018

        NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009), MOTHER & CHILD IN THE MIDNIGHT SUN, OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO LABEL VERSO (1974), 24 x 20 in — 61 x 50.8 cm

        Est: $700 - $800

        NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009) MOTHER & CHILD IN THE MIDNIGHT SUNOIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO LABEL VERSO (1974)24 x 20 in — 61 x 50.8 cmProvenance:THE MICHAEL GABOR ART COLLECTION, MONTREALEstimate: $700—800

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009), MOTHER & CHILD IN THE MIDNIGHT SUN, OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO LABEL VERSO (1974), 24 x 20 in — 61 x 50.8 cm
        Dec. 14, 2017

        NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009), MOTHER & CHILD IN THE MIDNIGHT SUN, OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO LABEL VERSO (1974), 24 x 20 in — 61 x 50.8 cm

        Est: $900 - $1,100

        NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009) MOTHER & CHILD IN THE MIDNIGHT SUNOIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO LABEL VERSO (1974)24 x 20 in — 61 x 50.8 cmProvenance:THE MICHAEL GABOR ART COLLECTION, MONTREALEstimate: $900—1,100

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009), UNTITLED (ICE FISHING), OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT, 20 x 24 in — 50.8 x 61 cm
        Dec. 14, 2017

        NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009), UNTITLED (ICE FISHING), OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT, 20 x 24 in — 50.8 x 61 cm

        Est: $900 - $1,100

        NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009) UNTITLED (ICE FISHING)OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT20 x 24 in — 50.8 x 61 cmEstimate: $900—1,100

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009), UNTITLED (DRUM DANCER), OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT, 20 x 16 in — 50.8 x 40.6 cm
        Dec. 14, 2017

        NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009), UNTITLED (DRUM DANCER), OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT, 20 x 16 in — 50.8 x 40.6 cm

        Est: $700 - $900

        NORI PETER (INDIGENOUS, 1935-2009) UNTITLED (DRUM DANCER)OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT20 x 16 in — 50.8 x 40.6 cmEstimate: $700—900

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009), MOTHER & CHILD, OIL ON BOARD; SIGNED AND DATED ‘79 LOWER RIGHT, 24" x 28" — 61 x 71.1 cm.
        Aug. 31, 2017

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009), MOTHER & CHILD, OIL ON BOARD; SIGNED AND DATED ‘79 LOWER RIGHT, 24" x 28" — 61 x 71.1 cm.

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) MOTHER & CHILDOIL ON BOARD; SIGNED AND DATED ‘79 LOWER RIGHT24" x 28" — 61 x 71.1 cm.Estimate: $1,000—1,500

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (NATIVE CANADIAN, 1935-2009), UNTITLED (BEST OF FRIENDS), PASTEL; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT (Sight, 15” x 12”)
        Jul. 07, 2016

        NORI PETER (NATIVE CANADIAN, 1935-2009), UNTITLED (BEST OF FRIENDS), PASTEL; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT (Sight, 15” x 12”)

        Est: -

        NORI PETER (NATIVE CANADIAN, 1935-2009) UNTITLED (BEST OF FRIENDS)PASTEL; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT (Sight, 15” x 12”)Estimate: $400—600

        Waddington's
      • ON THE LOOKOUT BY NORI PETER
        Feb. 14, 2015

        ON THE LOOKOUT BY NORI PETER

        Est: $50 - $150

        This framed art print by Nori Peter. First nation children with their husky on a lookout with 3 men & a dog team coming from behind the mountain. Signed by Nori Peter. Recognized as one of Canada's foremost painters, Nori Peter devoted her time and talent to the depiction of native life - primarily the life of the Inuit of the Canadian Arctic. She passed away in 2009. Nori's art is also available as plaques, plates and sculptures Her wonderful paintings are much in demand and not only as reproductions and greeting cards. Measures 9 1/2" X 11 /2"

        Neil Agency Auctioneers
      • NORI PETER (NATIVE CANADIAN, 1935-2009), INUIT MOTHER AND CHILD, OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT, 20" x 24" - 50.8 x 61 cm.
        Apr. 17, 2014

        NORI PETER (NATIVE CANADIAN, 1935-2009), INUIT MOTHER AND CHILD, OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT, 20" x 24" - 50.8 x 61 cm.

        Est: -

        NORI PETER (NATIVE CANADIAN, 1935-2009) INUIT MOTHER AND CHILDOIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT20" x 24" - 50.8 x 61 cm.Estimate: $700-1,000

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009), TOGETHER, OIL ON CANVAS; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO STRETCHER VERSO, 24" x 20" - 61 x 50.8 cm.
        Mar. 20, 2014

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009), TOGETHER, OIL ON CANVAS; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO STRETCHER VERSO, 24" x 20" - 61 x 50.8 cm.

        Est: -

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009)TOGETHER; OIL ON CANVAS; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; TITLED TO STRETCHER VERSO24" x 20" - 61 x 50.8 cm.Estimate: $700-1,000

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009), "BEST OF FRIENDS", OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; SIGNED AND TITLED VERSO, 24" x 20" - 61 x 50.8 cm.
        Mar. 20, 2014

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009), "BEST OF FRIENDS", OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; SIGNED AND TITLED VERSO, 24" x 20" - 61 x 50.8 cm.

        Est: -

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009)"BEST OF FRIENDS"; OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; SIGNED AND TITLED VERSO24" x 20" - 61 x 50.8 cm.Estimate: $700-1,000

        Waddington's
      • Nori Peter 1935 - 2009 Canadian oil on board
        Aug. 30, 2012

        Nori Peter 1935 - 2009 Canadian oil on board

        Est: $500 - $600

        Nori Peter 1935 - 2009 Canadian oil on board Anticipation 8 x 10 inches 20.3 x 25.4 centimeters signed and on verso signed and titled Provenance:Private Collection, Ontario

        Heffel
      • NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) THE PROVIDERS;
        May. 17, 2012

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) THE PROVIDERS;

        Est: $100 - $150

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) THE PROVIDERS; REPRODUCTION OILETTE ON CANVAS; SIGNED TITLED AND NUMBERED 37/980 VERSO (Produced by Exeart Corporation, Markham, Ont.) 23.8" x 29.5" - 60.5 x 74.9 cm.

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) FREE RIDE; OIL ON
        May. 17, 2012

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) FREE RIDE; OIL ON

        Est: $500 - $700

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) FREE RIDE; OIL ON MASONITE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT; SIGNED, TITLED VERSO 16" x 20" - 40.6 x 50.8 cm.

        Waddington's
      • PETER, Nori (1935) Traîneau de chiens Huile et
        Feb. 07, 2012

        PETER, Nori (1935) Traîneau de chiens Huile et

        Est: -

        PETER, Nori (1935) Traîneau de chiens Huile et aquarelle Signée en bas à droite: Nori Peter Dog sleigh Oil oand watercolour Signed on the lower right: Nori Peter 51x69cm - 20x27"

        Iegor
      • NORI PETER
        Nov. 30, 2011

        NORI PETER

        Est: $700 - $900

        Canadian born 1935; Inuit Encampment; Acrylic on board; Signed & dated '81; 24 x 36 in, 61 x 91.5 cm

        Walker's
      • NORI PETER
        Nov. 13, 2011

        NORI PETER

        Est: $1,200 - $1,600

        Canadian ~ 1935-2009 Odark the Hunter Acrylic on canvas, signed; titled on reverse. 36 x 20 in.

        Walker's
      • NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) DOG TEAM; ETCHED
        Sep. 22, 2011

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) DOG TEAM; ETCHED

        Est: $75 - $100

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-2009) DOG TEAM; ETCHED GLASS SCULPTURE; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT (L-9.5, H-4.5", D-5")

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-) SKETCHES OF INUIT
        Jul. 07, 2011

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-) SKETCHES OF INUIT

        Est: $200 - $300

        NORI PETER (CANADIAN, 1935-) SKETCHES OF INUIT CHILDREN AND HUSKY PUP; PASTEL; SIGNED LOWER RIGHT 10" x 8" - 25.4 x 20.3 cm.

        Waddington's
      • Nori Peter
        Dec. 01, 2010

        Nori Peter

        Est: $800 - $1,000

        Canadian born 1935 Baby Ootaq and Her Mother, Oil on board, signed 20 x 16 IN, 51 x 40.5 CM

        Walker's
      • NORI PETER (1935-) CANADIAN YOUNG INUIT GIRL WITH
        May. 27, 2010

        NORI PETER (1935-) CANADIAN YOUNG INUIT GIRL WITH

        Est: $300 - $400

        NORI PETER (1935-) CANADIAN YOUNG INUIT GIRL WITH HUSKY PUP; PASTEL Sight 15.5" x 12" - 39.4 x 30.5 cm.

        Waddington's
      • NORI PETER (Born 1935)
        Nov. 25, 2009

        NORI PETER (Born 1935)

        Est: $900 - $1,200

        Inuit Children; Signed; titled on reverse.

        Walker's
      • NORI PETER (1935-) CANADIAN CATS CRADLE - CHILDREN
        Sep. 24, 2009

        NORI PETER (1935-) CANADIAN CATS CRADLE - CHILDREN

        Est: $500 - $700

        NORI PETER (1935-) CANADIAN CATS CRADLE - CHILDREN OF ARCTIC CANADA; OIL ON MASONITE 20" x 24" - 50.8 x 61 cm.

        Waddington's
      • Nori Peter (Canadian) Born 1935 - The Elders
        Jun. 12, 2009

        Nori Peter (Canadian) Born 1935 - The Elders

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        Nori Peter Born 1935 The Elders Oil on board, signed 20 x 24 IN, 51 x 61 CM Provenance ~ T. Eaton Company, Toronto

        Walker's
      • Nori Peter, Born c.1935
        Dec. 06, 2006

        Nori Peter, Born c.1935

        Est: $600 - $900

        Nori Peter, Born c.1935 Inuit Elder with Pipe, Oil on board, signed.

        Walker's
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