Alfred Wesley

Canadian (1855)
Alfred Wesley is a Canadian painter.
From records, the highest price paid at auction for a painting work attributed to Alfred Wesley (1855) was C$9,360 - paid for "Model Totem Pole" at Heffel in Vancouver on Thu, Nov 24, 2011. has one auction art sale record for their painting results, with prices in the range of C$5,000 to C$10,000.

Originally from Kitamaat, Alfred Wesley was adopted by a Haida family and learned to carve in Haida Gwaii. This model totem is not a maquette for a larger work, but a finished work in itself. At the turn of the century, First Nations artists found there was a market for smaller totems, and started executing works such as this finely carved pole by Wesley. The Museum of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia has five totem works by Wesley in its collection.

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