Alex Mullie

Canadian (1953 - 2019)
Alex Mullie was a Canadian artist.
From records, the highest price paid at auction for a woodcut work attributed to Alex Mullie (1953-2019) was C$377 - paid for "Bicycle Woodcut" at Saskatchewan NAC in Regina on Sun, Jun 2, 2024. has 13 auction art sale records for their woodcut results, with prices in the range of C$25 to C$500.

Alex Mullie was born 1953 at Arborfield, Saskatchewan. He initially studied as a noviciate at St. Peter's College (Muenster, Saskatchewan) but after moving to Saskatoon he began formal art studies. He lived in Saskatoon for a time before moving to Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, where he studied with the artist George Glenn and became very active in the arts community. Mullie worked in painting and photography, and was a prolific printmaker. He spent his later years in Nipawin, Saskatchewan and was a member of the Nipawin Art Club. His artworks can be found in several public collections including the Remai Modern (Saskatoon) and the Mann Art Gallery (Prince Albert). The Mann Art Gallery held a retrospective of the artist's work entitled The Life + Dream of Alex Mullie, from November 2023 to January 2024. Alex Mullie died in 2019, in Nipawin, Saskatchewan.

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