An Unusual Harold Town Exhibition Poster – Winnipeg 1971 Numbered

This poster advertising an exhibition of Harold Town’s drawings which took place at the Fleet Galleries in Winniprg in 1971 has been in RedKettle’s private collection for some years. As Mich is downsizing, his loss may be your gain.


Check out Levis Fine Art Auctions – this is lot #101 in the upcoming online auction which will close on Saturday December 10, 2011

This numbered (4/100) lithographic print measures an impressive 39×25 and unframed it is ready for inexpensive and safe shipping to you. This interesting piece of art will make an unusual and impressive statement in your home and will fit equally well with mid-century retro decor or in your up-to-the-moment white, with wood and metal accents industrial style loft home furnished on the style of Restoration Hardware(

This is a piece of genuine Canadian art which you will not see in every home!

You may be the lucky new owner of this interesting piece if you bid now – Harold Town and his “Group of Eleven” colleagues are about to ride a resurgence to popularity. Read about them here:

and here:


While we are on the subject of auctions, please check out the two lovely original paintings – one by Isaac Bignell and one by Daniel Izzard  that are coming up for auction this Sunday at Westbridge Fine Art in Vancouver, written about here:

Thanks for visiting us again this week – prepare your thoughts for a survey of interests coming soon and for an early numbered print by Kurelek……

Until then!

Mich –  and Janet


One response to “An Unusual Harold Town Exhibition Poster – Winnipeg 1971 Numbered

  1. Pingback: A Reminder: My art at auction closes this weekend | Redkettle's Blog

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