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Kayo O’Young and Harlan House: The Paul Duval Collection – Part II


October 24 - 29, 2020

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An auction entirely devoted to the work of two important Canadian potters.

Influential art critic, editor, artist and author Paul Duval formed close bonds with the artists he collected, frequently visiting their studios and maintaining long friendships that lasted throughout his lifetime. The selected work in this auction, by Kayo O’Young and Harlan House, reflects his discerning eye.

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Specialist(s)

Bill Kime

Senior Specialist, Ceramics, Glass and Silver

416-847-6189 /

Hayley Dawson

Associate Specialist

416-847-6167 /

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  • Each lot sold is subject to a buyer’s premium of 20% of the successful bid price as part of the purchase price.
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