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Lot 82: IVAN EYRE - Close Cut

Est: $350 CAD - $500 CADSold:
Saskatchewan Network for Art CollectingNovember 02, 2019Regina, SK, CA

Item Overview

Description

IVAN EYRE (Canadian, 1935-) "Close Cut" - Limited edition print 10/75. Signed lower right, titled lower left, editioned lower centre, unframed. 9.5 x 11.5 in.

Dimensions

9.5 x 11.5 in.

Artist or Maker

Medium

Limited edition print 10/75

Condition Report

Excellent condition

Notes

Saskatchewan NAC bio: Ivan Eyre, born in 1935 in Tullymet, Saskatchewan, moved with his family to several small Saskatchewan and Alberta towns before settling in Saskatoon in 1946. After studying at the Saskatoon Technical Collegiate and the University of Saskatoon (under Eli Bornstein), Eyre attended the University of Manitoba School of Art and the University of North Dakota. Eyre held his first solo exhibition of his drawings in Winnipeg in 1962, and his first exhibition of his paintings in the same city in 1964. Among numerous exhibitions of Eyre's still lifes, landscapes, figurative works, and more, is the notable 1988 exhibition Ivan Eyre: Personal Mythologies, which was the first contemporary Canadian solo exhibition at the National Gallery in Ottawa. The large-scale imaginative paintings for which Eyre is known depict ambiguous landscapes and mysterious events. The abstraction inspires much speculation among viewers, which Eyre encourages. He says: "Something less than a full understanding of a work is desirable in that it allows the painting to keep giving. A complete understanding would signify that we don't have to think about it anymore. Some mystery should remain, compelling viewers back to the paintings." Eyre has received the Queen's Silver Jubilee medal (1977) and the University of Manitoba Alumni Jubilee Award (1982). In 1988, Winnipeg's Pavilion Gallery opened the Ivan Eyre gallery, which is home to 2000 paintings, 5000 drawings, and 16 sculptures. Eyre lives and works in Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Payment & Shipping

Payment

Accepted forms of payment: MasterCard, Money Order / Cashiers Check, Paypal, Personal Check, Visa, Wire Transfer

Shipping

Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting can provide purchasers with several options for packing and shipping throughout Canada and abroad. All packing and shipping is done at the expense of the purchaser. If you are the successful bidder on one or more lots, you will receive email notification. Please then contact us to discuss your packing, shipping and pick-up preferences. All artworks are located in Regina, Saskatchewn and are available for pick-up. Also, buyers in Saskatoon will be able to have their artworks delivered directly by Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting for a low cost (determined by size, weight and value).

Auction Details

Saskatchewan and Canadian Art

by
Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting
November 02, 2019, 01:00 PM MST

2241 Smith St, Regina, SK, S4P 2P5, CA

Terms

Buyer's Premium

18.0%

Bidding Increments

From:To:Increment:
$0$49$2
$50$99$5
$100$199$10
$200$599$20
$600$1,999$50
$2,000$9,999$100
$10,000+$200

Extended Bidding

5 minutes/bid

Terms

1. The total purchase price of each lot shall include the successful hammer price of the Lot together with a buyer's premium of 18% of the hammer price. All prices are in Canadian Dollars.

2. A Goods and Services Tax of 5% will be charged on the hammer price and buyer's premium on all lots shipped to Canadian Provinces other than Saskatchewan. A Goods and Services Tax (GST) of 5% and a Provincial Sales Tax (PST) of 6% will be added to the successful hammer price and buyer's premium for all lots purchased by Saskatchewan residents or for delivery within Saskatchewan. However, the first $300 of hammer price for each previously owned artwork is PST exempt. Goods shipped outside of Canada are not subject to any sales tax.

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5. We reserve the right to withdraw any property up to the moment of sale.

6. If the auctioneer decides, irrespective of any publicized or catalogued estimate, that any opening bid is below the value of the lot offered, he may reject the bid and withdraw the lot from sale, and if, having acknowledged an opening bid, he decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, he may reject the advance.

7. With the fall of the auctioneer's hammer, title to the lot being offered will pass to the highest bidder acknowledged by the auctioneer, subject to the conditions set forth herein. The successful bidder thereupon will pay the full purchase price and assume full risk and responsibility for the said lot. At no time will the auction house, nor its employees nor agents, be liable for any loss or damage of any kind whether caused by negligence or otherwise. All property must be removed by the purchaser at his or her expense not later than thirty business days following its sale and if not so removed a handling charge of 2% of the purchase price per month will be payable by the purchaser until the property is removed.

8. Payment should be made in full within ten days following the sale by email transfer, cheque, cash, bank draft, PayPal, Visa or MasterCard, unless other arrangements have been made with the auctioneer prior to the sale. Payment via PayPal, Visa or Mastercard will be subject to a 2.5% surcharge on the invoice total. Successful bidders will receive an invoice via email from the auctioneer within one day of the close of the auction.

Payment

Payment should be made in full within ten days following the sale by email transfer, cheque, cash, bank draft, PayPal, Visa or MasterCard, unless other arrangements have been made with the auctioneer prior to the sale. Payment via PayPal, Visa or Mastercard will be subject to a 2.5% surcharge on the invoice total.
Successful bidders will receive an invoice via email from the auctioneer within one day of the close of the auction.

Buyers Premium

A Buyers Premium of 18% will be added to the Hammer Price for all lots sold.

Shipping

Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting can provide purchasers with several options for packing and shipping throughout Canada and abroad. All packing and shipping is done at the expense of the purchaser. If you are the successful bidder on one or more lots, you will receive email notification. Please then contact us to discuss your packing, shipping and pick-up preferences. All artworks are located in Regina, Saskatchewn and are available for pick-up. Also, buyers in Saskatoon will be able to have their artworks delivered directly by Saskatchewan Network for Art Collecting for a low cost (determined by size, weight and value).