Artwork by Robert Francis Michael McInnis,  Selection of 8 Artworks

RFM McInnis
Selection of 8 Artworks

mixed media
“Figure with Large Red Hat”- conte; signed and dated 1979 in the lower margin (25.5 ins x 19.75 ins); “Barker Fairley Almost 99”- graphite on paper; signed, titled and dated “8 April 1986” in the lower margin (13.75 ins x 11 ins); matted; “Dancers”- monotype; signed, dated 1984 and inscribed “Lido Series” in the lower margin (17 ins x 14 ins); “Audience”- monotype; signed, dated 1984 and inscribed “Lido Series” in the lower margin (17 ins x 14 ins); “Marla, Blouse Open”- oil on paper; signed and dated 2009 at the lower edge, inscribed “mm 23-10-09” in the lower margin (16 ins x 15 ins); “Reclining Model”- etching; signed within the plate, signed, titled, dated 1987 and numbered 23/25 in the lower margin (18 ins x 25 ins); “Red-Headed Model”- watercolour; signed and dated “1.6.93” lower left (24 ins x 19 ins); “Ottawa Backyards”- ink drawing; sogned and dated “23 May 1966” lower right (20.25 ins x 20 ins); all unframed
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Auction Estimate: $700.00$500.00 - $700.00

Price Realized $413.00
Sale date: March 14th 2018

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Robert Francis Michael McInnis

RFM McInnis was born in Saint John, New Brunswick in 1942. After receiving a Diploma in Fine and Applied Arts in 1961 he spent five years in the Royal Canadian Air Force as a photographer. "It was the nearest to making pictures I could do and still earn a living in those days". Thus began a career of traveling and painting. McInnis has lived and painted in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario, and Quebec. These experiences have provided McInnis an opportunity to get to know the history, the people, the terrain, and the art scene of most of Canada. During his stay in Calgary in the late 1970's he was commissioned to do portraits of the leaders of the Progressive Conservative Party which currently hang in the National Headquarters building in Ottawa. In 2006 he relocated to the city of Winnipeg. On November 16, 2017, McInnis was elected a fellow of the Canadian Geographical Society, the Society noting that the honour is a “form of recognition given [the artist’s] remarkable travels in Canada and stunning landscapes.” The artist finds inspiration in the city's locations and landscapes and has completed a series of paintings of views from his studio window.