Artwork by  Various Artists,  The “Homage to Jack Bush” Portfolio

Various Artists
The “Homage to Jack Bush” Portfolio

four serigraphs; four etchings
Complete set of eight prints:
- William Perehudoff, “Jack’s Dance” (signed, titled, dated 1984 and numbered 78/90);
- Michael Steiner “Untitled” (signed and numbered 78/90);
- Darryl Hughto, “Grotto” (signed, titled, dated 1984 and numbered 78/90);
- Friedel Dzubas, “Fugue” (signed, titled and numbered 78/90);
- Dan Christensen, “One for Jack” (signed, titled, dated 1984 and numbered 78/90);
- Dorothy Knowles, ”Summer Day” (signed, titled, dated 1984 and numbered 78/90);
- K.M. Graham, “For Jack” (signed, titled, dated 1983 and numbered 78/90);
- Joseph Drapell, “Heart” (signed, titled, dated 1984 and numbered 78/90);
all measuring approximately 22 ins x 30 ins [sheet], each unframed
22 x 30 ins ( 55.9 x 76.2 cms ) ( each sheet )

Sold for $1,800.00
Sale date: April 27th 2021

Provenance:
Private Collection, Toronto
“Homage to Jack Bush” portfolio was published by Merriot Editions Ltd., Toronto, 1984.

Jack Bush was such an influential artist in Canada that an exhibition entitled "Heritage of Jack Bush - A Tribute" was developed and toured in his honour after his passing. Fourteen artists were carefully selected to represent the strength and diversity of his creative reach. Dan Christensen, Joseph Drapell, K.M. Graham, Darryl Hughto, and William Perehudoff were among the artists considered to be Jack Bush's “artistic heirs.” The exhibition was held at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery in Oshawa from July 28-August 28, 1981, and then circulated throughout Ontario and Quebec well into 1983.

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