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    • ROBERT DOW REID - Goose Rising over Reeds
      Sep. 24, 2023

      ROBERT DOW REID - Goose Rising over Reeds

      Est: $900 - $1,200

      ROBERT DOW REID (Scottish/Canadian, 1933-) "Goose Rising over Reeds" - Carved salvaged whale tooth with wire and stone base. Signed on bottom of base, initialled with lower case r on underside of sculpture. 7 x 3.5 x 2 inches. Excellent condition. This piece includes a 2021 appraisal from Susan Whitney Art Appraisals Inc with a value indicated of $1,000. From the University of Regina, President's Art Collection, Shumiatcher Donation. Collection of Dr. Morris C. Shumiatcher, O.C., S.O.M., Q.C. and Dr. Jacqui Clay Shumiatcher, O.C., S.O.M. Note that the export of this item to some countries, including the United States, can be restricted, as it is created from antique whale tooth ivory.

      Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
    • Robert Dow Reid, Dawn 18/200
      May. 02, 2021

      Robert Dow Reid, Dawn 18/200

      Est: $130 - $150

      Robert Dow Reid was born in Scotland and has always been heavily influenced by the sea. His grandfather was a sea captain, and he, himself, became a whaler back in the forties and fifties, when whalers traveled to remote corners of the globe, such as Antarctica.

He met his wife, Isobel in 1956, and immigrated to Canada in 1958. His big break came in 1964, when the Canadian Federal Government offered him an opportunity to show his works in Los Angeles. The rest of the story, as they say, is history. From 1964, Robert and his family have lived in Kelowna.
 Reid is best known for his sculpture, Spirit of Sail, a 12 metre (40 foot), 1820 kilogram (4000 pound) Fibreglas work of art installed on Kelowna’s waterfront at the foot of Bernard Avenue. He is also widely known for his monumental sculptures in Regina, Vancouver, Surrey and Kasugai, Japan.
 Reid also works on a much smaller scale and collectors from around the world such as Queen Elizabeth II and King Hussein of Jordan have collected his works. His works in ivory (exclusively whale ivory only taken when the world was still whaling), teak, black walnut, honey onyx and many other materials.
 He has had shows in Scotland, Canada and the United States of America. Robert’s work is instantly recognizable and offers a glimpse of the skill of the artisan that has contributed his works for over half a century.
 In 2013 he was awarded the Okanagan Arts Award for Lifetime Achievement In the Visual Arts.

      4th Meridian Fine Art
    • Robert Dow Reid Canadian SPIRIT OF THE SAIL
      May. 05, 2010

      Robert Dow Reid Canadian SPIRIT OF THE SAIL

      Est: $200 - $300

      Robert Dow Reid Canadian SPIRIT OF THE SAIL sculpture, #111288 23 1/2 in. h.

      Maynards Fine Art & Antiques
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