Kastel Gallery

Phillip Surrey (1910-1990)

Born in 1910 in Calgary, Alberta, Philip Surrey studied at the Winnipeg School of Art, where he met Lemoyne Fitzgelard. He pursued his studies in Vancouver with Frederick Varley and, in 1936, at the Art Student’s League in New York.

In 1932, Philip Surrey was chosen to represent British Columbia at the All Canadian Show held at the National Gallery of Canada. In 1937, he moved to Montreal. He was a founding member to the Societe d’Art Contemporain. He took part in around one hundred group exhibitions in Canada and abroad. In 1966, The Musée du Quebec organized his fourth exhibition in a museum. In 1971, the Musée d’Art Contemporain held a major Surrey retrospective which was subsequently shown at the Centre Culturel Canadien in Paris. He passed away in May 1990.



Buying/Selling Phillip Surrey (1910-1990)'s Artwork

We buy and sell Phillip Surrey (1910-1990)'s artwork. If you're interested in purchasing artworks by Phillip Surrey (1910-1990), please contact us as we may have available artworks which are not shown online.

Phillip Surrey (1910-1990)'s Artwork

“Rue Sherbrooke”

Oil on masonite
Signed
8” x 6”
Provenance: Private collection, Montreal

SOLD


If this artwork interests you please contact us for purchasing information.

Windy street corner

Watercolors
Signed lower left
3 1/2” x 4 1/2”
Private collection, Montreal
SOLD


If this artwork interests you please contact us for purchasing information.

“Waiting for the Cinema”

Pastels
Signed and dated lower left
18” x 15”
Provenance: Private collection, Montreal
              Kastel Gallery, Montreal


If this artwork interests you please contact us for purchasing information.

Winter Street Scene

Acrylics on paper
Signed lower right
10” x 8”
Provenance: Private collection, Montreal
              Galérie Valentin, Montreal
              Galérie de Bellefeuille, Montreal
Exhibited at Galerie Valentin April 26- May 10, 2014


If this artwork interests you please contact us for purchasing information.