Peter Clapham (P.C.) Sheppard
Peter Clapham (P.C.) Sheppard was a Canadian painter.
Based on ArtValue.ca records, Peter Clapham (P.C.) Sheppard's estimated art value is C$70,000 (*)
Peter Clapham (P.C.) Sheppard's work could be available for sale at public auction with prices in the range of C$25,000 - C$250,000, or even much higher.
ArtValue.ca has 218 auction art sale records for their oil painting results, with prices in the range of C$25,000 to C$250,000.
oil on canvas
Dimensions - 73.7 cms x 88.9 cms (29.02 ins x 35 ins)
Lot for sale by Waddington's Auction House, Toronto
Mon, Nov 19, 2018
Estimate $40,000 - $60,000
Sold for CAD $204,000
oil on canvas
Dimensions - 61.6 cms x 76.8 cms (24.25 ins x 30.25 ins)
Lot for sale by Heffel Auction House, Vancouver
Wed, Nov 21, 2018
Estimate $25,000 - $35,000
Sold for CAD $46,250
Heffel Auction House Biography and Notes
Peter Clapham Sheppard trained at the Central Ontario School of Art and Design and the Ontario College of Art under George Agnew Reid, John William Beatty and William Cruickshank. He was a member of the Ontario Society of Artists and an associate of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts, and he exhibited internationally, most notably at the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley in 1924 to 1925, L’Exposition d’art canadien in Paris in 1927 and the World’s Fair in New York in 1939. In 2010, Sheppard’s works were featured in the exhibition Defiant Spirits: The Modernist Revolution of the Group of Seven, at the McMichael Canadian Art Collection. Curator Ross King lauded these paintings, writing that “works like The Building of the Bloor Street Viaduct (1916) and The Arrival of the Circus (1919) marked him out as a rare talent, well versed in modern painterly techniques and possessed of a visionary approach to the urban landscape.” This colourful depiction of the historic Bonsecours public market in Old Montreal is an outstanding example of Sheppard’s urban scenes – he captures the action between the market’s vendors and buyers with vivacity, using bold brush-strokes and strong interlocking shapes.