Works by Irene F. Whittome

Irene F. Whittome

Aux pattes de feu

Etching on paper
1969
76 x 52 cm (30 x 20,5 po)
$ 3800.00 CAD framed

Irene F. Whittome

Sans titre (IFW-70-04P)

Etching on paper
1970
64,5 x 50 cm (25,5 x 19,75 po)
$ 3500.00 CAD not framed

Irene F. Whittome

P.S.1-1

Encaustic and photography on paper
1979
27 x 22 cm (10,5 x 8,75 po)
$ 3000.00 CAD framed

Irene F. Whittome

P.S.1-2

Encaustic and photography on paper
1979
22 x 27 cm (8,75 x 10,5 po)
$ 3000.00 CAD framed

Irene F. Whittome

Red Braille 1

Mixed media on wood and canvas
1997
46 x 30,5 cm (18 x 12 po)
Price available on request

Irene F. Whittome

The Blessed Tree

Inkjet print on paper
2004
33,5 x 76,5 cm (13 x 30 po)
$ 2000.00 CAD framed

Irene F. Whittome

Strange fruit 1 (After Billie Holiday)

Mixed media on wood and canvas
1998-2000
46 x 30,5 cm (18 x 12 po)
$ 5000.00 CAD framed

Irene F. Whittome

Sans titre

Acrylic and etching on paper
1972
28 x 38 cm (11 x 15 po)
$ 2700.00 CAD framed

Irene F. Whittome

Room 901, No.8

Silver print on paper
1980-1982
40,5 x 51 cm (16 x 20 po)
Price available on request

Irene F. Whittome

Room 901, No.18

Silver print on paper
1980-1982
40,5 x 51 cm (16 x 20 po)
Price available on request

Irene F. Whittome

Sans titre (IFW-71-10P)

Etching on paper
1971
52,5 x 70 cm (20,75 x 27,5 po)
$ 3500.00 CAD not framed

Irene F. Whittome

Sans titre (IFW-71-07P)

Etching on paper
1971
75 x 52,5 cm (29,5 x 20,75 po)
$ 3500.00 CAD not framed

Irene F. Whittome

Sans titre (IFW-70-05P)

Etching on paper
1970
65 x 50 cm (25,5 x 19,75 po)
$ 3500.00 CAD not framed

Irene F. Whittome

Sans titre (IFW-71-05P)

Etching on paper
1971
75 x 52,5 cm (29,5 x 20,75 po)
$ 3500.00 CAD not framed

Irene F. Whittome

Sans titre (Bestiaire-3)

Oil on canvas
1963
34,5 x 31 cm (13,5 x 12 po)
Price available on request

About the artist

Irene F. Whittome

Irene F. Whittome

The artistic career of Irene F. Whittome spans over forty years. Born in Vancouver in 1942, the artist settled in Montreal in 1968, where she carries out, in conjunction with her art practice, a career as a visual arts professor at Concordia University. Today, she is recognized by prestigious awards such as the Paul-Emile-Borduas Award (1997) and the Girshorn Iskowitz Award (1992). In addition, her work has been showcased in considerable museums; specifically the Montreal Contemporary Museum of Fine Arts (1997) and the Museum of Quebec (2000).

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