Sheila Norgate
Lot Number:62
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End Time:12/5/2023 2:30:30 AM
Bid Count:0
Current High Bidder:
Starting Bid:$600.00
Bid Increment:$50.00
Current Bid:$600.00
Estimate $:1,000-1,500

Sheila Norgate
Canadian [b. 1950]
SHE PAUSED TO VISIT THE BLOSSOM
acrylic on canvas
30 x 48 in. (76.2 x 121.9 cm)
signed lower right & verso; titled within the image
(01-39)

No donations for this lot

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Our Fall 2023 fine art auction features a strong selection of Alberta, prairie, and nationally important artists.

We are honoured to offer the art collection from the Estate of Ken Croft, a long-time art collector and friend, with proceeds donated to the University of Calgary, Haskayne School of Business. 

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