Pablo Picasso’s canvas named “Femme au chapeau” going to be the most expensive canvas at the Auction

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    A Canvas by Pablo Picasso is going to hit the Toronto auction block along with a few other canvases from some of the Canada’s most treasured artists. The Canvas “Femme au chapeau” is going to lead the fall sale at The Heffel Fine Art Auction House. During the pre-auction it is estimated to be sold between $ 1 million to $ 10 million.

    This painting is a part of Pablo Picasso’s “Weeping woman” series where it depicts the photographer Dora Maar who was in a relationship with the Pablo and served as the principal subject for a lot of his paintings including Picasso’s Weeping woman series.

    The other works that are going to be auctioned will include Canvas by Emily Carr which is depicting a “First Nations village in BC”. This Canvas was created in the year 1912. “Street, Alert Bay” is going to be one of the most important canvases of Emily Carr which is going to hit the market in the years and is expected to fetch around $2 to $3 million. A lot of Lauren Harris paintings are also going to be auctioned by Steve Martin, the comic legend.

    Even Three A.Y. Jackson paintings will be auctioned at this auction buy the Art gallery of Ontario. The auction will also comprise of five works by Jean Paul Riopelle including his masterpiece “Composition / Sans titre leads,” which is expected to auction between $ 950000 and 1.25 millions.

    Pablo Picasso’s Canvas is still going to lead the auction as it is estimated to the auction between $ 8 to $ 10 million.


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