Gallery of Sybil's art

SYBIL'S GALLERIES

 

Researched and compiled by Anthony A. Akelaitis 1

 

Welcome to Sybil's Galleries! As an internationally renowned artist, Sybil's art can be found in art museums throughout the world; primarily in North America and Europe. To enable the viewer to become familiar with Sybil's art, this webpage has been divided into four categories as follows:

    1. Chart showing the number of Sybil's works of art that can be viewed online at each listed art museum.
    2. Art museums currently exhibiting Sybil's art.
    3. Art museum websites where Sybil's art can be viewed online.
    4. An Appendix:
      • listing the titles of Sybil's art that can be viewed online, by art
        museum.
      • providing the value of pieces of Sybil's art as determined by sales
        through the Heffel Fine Art Auction House.
      • presenting a Heffel Fine Art Auction House Archived Auctions Chart.

 

An excellent introduction to Sybil's art and philosophy can be viewed on a
"You Tube" video created by Susan David in 2009 at www.youtube.com.


 

CHART SHOWING THE NUMBER OF PIECES OF SYBIL'S ART THAT CAN BE VIEWED ONLINE AT EACH OF THE FOLLOWING ART MUSEUMS 

 

MUSEUM NUMBER OF PIECES OF SYBIL'S ART
Metropolitan Museum of Art 4
Victoria Art Gallery 33
Heffel Fine Art Auction House 52

 

 

 

ART MUSEUM WEBSITES WHERE SYBIL’S ART CAN BE VIEWED  ONLINE
 
Institution Website Address

Metropolitan Museum of Art New York City, New York  United States

Click here to view the collection
  • Four linocuts by Sybil Andrews will appear. To acquire a larger view  and  detailed  information about each linocut, click the small picture of the  linocut  on the screen.    
  • If you would like to view the linocuts of Sybil’s peers who attended the Grosvenor School of Modern Art in London with her in the 1920’s and 1930’s, you can type in each of their names in the box adjacent to the heading  “Search the Collections”.  These modernist artists included Cyril Power, Edward Wadsworth, Lill Tschudi, Claude Flight, C.R.W. Nevinson, Leonard Beaumont, and Eileen Mayo.  In the summer of 2011, the Metropolitan Museum of Art had an exhibition of Sybil Andrews linocuts and those [SEE ABOVE} of her art school contemporaries in New York City.

Victoria Art Gallery

Victoria, B.C., Canada

Click here to view the collection

Thirty-three pieces of Sybil’s art will appear for online viewing.

Campbell River Museum

Campbell River, B.C., Canada

At the present time, the link is broken. However, there is a folder on 
Sybil Andrews that can be viewed in the Campbell River Museum 
Archives.

Heffel Fine Art Auction House

BVancouver, B.C., Canada

Click here to go to the archives

A page will appear with the subtitle “Heffel Auction Archives”. Go to the year box and select the year of the auction lot that you would like to view and click. (See the Chart below)    
Scroll down to the month of the auction lot numbers that you would like to view and click.

 

CHART SHOWING THE YEAR, MONTH AND LOT NUMBERS OF SYBIL’S ART THAT CAN BE VIEWED  ONLINE AT THE  HEFFEL FINE ART AUCTION HOUSE ARCHIVED AUCTIONS

 

Year Month Auction Lot Numbers
2008 February 001 to 01
2008 Spring Auction 001 to 010
2008 May 201 to 210
2008 May 459 to 506
2008 May 507 to 516
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110
2008 November 301 to 310
     
2009 March 011 to 014
2009 May 501 to 519
2009 Spring Auction 101 to 115
2009 August 101 to 110
2009 Fall Auction 249 to 264
2009 November 301 to 311
2009 November 601 to 616
     
2010 January 001 to 011
2010 Spring Auction 172 to 178
2010 Fall Auction 109 to 152
2010 November 701 to 710
     
2011 May 401 to 410
2011 June 101 to 110
2011 July 201 to 210

 


 

APPENDIX
INDIVIDUAL CHARTS FOR EACH OF THE  GALLERIES LISTING  
SYBIL’S ART THAT CAN BE VIEWED ONLINE
AS OF SEPTEMBER 24, 2013

 

Institution: Metropolitan Museum of Art
LIST OF SYBIL’S WORKS OF ART AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING
Title Date Title Date
1.  “Hyde Park” 1931 3.  “Racing” 1934
2. “Concert Hall” 1929 4.  “Winch” 1930

 

Institution: Victoria Art Gallery

LIST OF SYBIL’S WORKS OF ART AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING
Title Date Title Date
1. “BC Rain Forest” 20th C 19. “Maison de Formerville, Lemieux” 1930
2. “Boat on Beach” 1938 20. “Otter Hunt”  1933
3. ”Bringing in The Boat” 1933 21. “Overhauling the Nets” 1972
4. “Chinatown-Cumberland” 1965 22. “Pickle Herring Street Southwark”                 20thC
5. “Chinatown-Cumberland” 1963 23. “Pipers, No. 41” 20thC
6. “Coffee Bar” 1952 24. “Puckpits Tree” 20thC
7. “Concert Hall” 1929 25. “Queen’s Gate Trinity College Cambridge” 1930
8. “Dance of the Birds” 1975 26. “Red Cedar #6” 20th C
9. “Days End” 1961 27. “Roots” 20th C
10. “Douglas Fir No 2” 20thC 28. “Royal Scot” 1920’s
11.  “Fall of the Leaf” 1934 29. “S.S. Swift, London” 1929
12. “Gypsies” 1939 30. “Speedway” 1934
13. “Hauling” 1952 31. “St. Jacques, Lisieux” 1930
14. “In Manus Tuas Domine” 1951 32. “Via Dolorosa” 1935
15. “Indian Dance” 1951 33. “Western Red Cedar: the Passage of Time” 20thC
16.  “Joseph of ArimatheaStation XIII” 1946    
17. “King Henry VII Chapel Westminster Abbey” 1930    
18. “Logging Team” 1952    

 

 


 

CURRENT VALUE OF SYBIL’S ART AS DETERMINED BY SALES 
THROUGH THE HEFFEL FINE ART AUCTION HOUSE                             

CHART
The following chart lists Sybil’s art sold by the Heffel Art Auction House and  the price received by the seller.  The average price received by Sybil for the art which she sold through the Heffel Fine Art Auction House in the 1950’s and 1960’s  ranged  between  $1,000 – $1,500, Canadian. 

 

ART DATE DATE SOLD SELLING PRICE
“Flower Girls” 1934 May 22, 2008 $109,250 CDN
“Speedway” 1934 May 22, 2008 $103,500 CDN
“Rush Hour” 1930 May 22, 2008 $  86,250 CDN
“Little White Yacht” 1942 March 26, 2009 $  81,900 CDN
“Concert Hall” 1929 March 24, 2009 $  74,750 CDN
“Fall of the Leaf” 1934 June 17, 2009 $  70,200 CDN
“Trackway” 1961 November 27, 2008 $  58,500 CDN
“Racing” 1934 November 26, 2008 $  58,500 CDN

 

HEFFEL FINE ART  AUCTION HOUSE ARCHIVED AUCTIONS CHART  TITLES OF THE INDIVIDUAL ART PIECES BY SYBIL ANDREWS AVAILABLE FOR VIEWING ON THE HEFFEL FINE ART AUCTION HOUSE WEBSITE

 

YEAR MONTH LOT NUMBERS TITLE DATE
2008 February 001 to 010 “London Passenger” 20thC
2008 February 001 to 010 “Amo Domine” 20thC
2008 February 001 to 010 “Boat Yard” 20thC
2008 February 001 to 010 “Borhill” 20thC
2008 February 001 to 010 “Cannon Street Bridge” 20thC
2008 February 001 to 010 “Christ’s College Cambridge” 20thC
2008 February 001 to 010 “Coffee Bar” 1952
2008 February 001 to 010 “Corpus Christi College” 20thC
2008 February 001 to 010 “Forest Pool” 1938
2008 February 001 to 010 “Gypsies” 1939
2008 Spring Auction 001 to 018 “Speedway” 1934
2008 Spring Auction 001 to 018 “Rush Hour” 1930
2008 Spring Auction 001 to 018 “Flower Girls” 1952
2008 Spring Auction 001 to 018 “Hauling” 1952
2008 Spring Auction 001 to 018 “Logging Team” 1952
2008 Spring Auction 001 to 018 “Mangolds” 1956
2008 Spring Auction 001 to 018 “Farm Scene” 1938
2008 May 201 to 210 “Ploughing” 1954
2008 May 501 to 509 “In Manus Taas Domine” 1982
2008 May 501 to 506 “Station IV” 1964
2008 May 459 to 506 “Joseph of Arimathea, Station XII” 1946
2008 May 507 to 516 “Six Waterpots of Stone” 1988
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110 “Water Jump 1931
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110 “The Gale” 1930
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110 “Grader” 1959
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110 “Tillers of the Soil” 1934
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110 “Ploughing Pastures” 1954
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110 “Steeplehasing” 1930
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110 “Theatre” 1929
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110 “Storm” 1935
2008 Fall Auction 101 to 110 “Tumulus” 1936
2008 November 301 to 310 “In Full Cry” 1931
2008 November 301 to 310 “Sledgehammers” 1933
2008 November 301 to 310 “The Timber Jam” 1932
         
2009 March 011 to 014 “Surrexit” 1957
2009 March 011 to 014 “Tembrae: Station XIV” 1956
2009 March 011 to 014 “Lane in Rouen” 20th
2009 March 011 to 014 “Woolpit Birch Works” 20th
2009 May 501 to 509 “Mother & Son” 1932
2009 May 501 to 509 “Ploughing Pasture” 1954
2009 Spring Live Auction 101 to 115 “Fall of the Leaf” 1934
2009 Spring Live Auction 101 to 115 “Haulers” 1929
2009 Spring Live Auction 101 to 115 “Trackway” 1961
2009 Fall Live Auction 249 to 264 “Racing” 1934
2009 Fall Live Auction 249 to 264 “The Mowers” 1937
         
2010 Fall Live Auction 139 to 152 “Windmill” 1933
         
2011 May 401 to 410 “Pipers” 20thC
2011 July 201 to 210 Joseph and Nicodemus” 1932
2012 January 002 "Pietar" 1932
2013 January 001 "Low tide, Lime house" N/A
2013 January 002 "Western Red Cedar" 1977


FOOTNOTES
1.  Anthony A. Akelaitis: a former student of Sybil’s and a member of the Sybil Andrews Heritage Society.