Miriam Shiell Fine Art

16A Hazelton Avenue
Hours: October 26 - 27 10am-5pm, October 28 - by appointment only
October 29-30 11am-4pm, October 31 - by appointment only
Gallery Capacity: 4  


Arriving in Toronto in 1977, Miriam Shiell practiced as an art dealer in various iterations, beginning as Waddington Galleries, Theo Waddington Galleries (1978), Waddington and Shiell (1982) before finally settling into 16A Hazelton Avenue in 1992 as Miriam Shiell Fine Art.Over the years, Miriam Shiell Fine Art has developed as a dealer, buying and selling on our own account and for clients, estates and artists working in the secondary market. Miriam Shiell Fine Art specializes in 20th Century Modern and Post-War Canadian, American, and European Painting, Sculpture, and works on paper.

Sheer Texture, Sheer Sensation:  Jack Bush, Helen Frankenthaler, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski, Larry Poons, Robert Motherwell Hans Hofmann, Robert Murray and Sir Anthony Caro

Sheer Texture, Sheer Sensation is a collection of paintings and sculptures that are linked to the renowned and highly influential art critic Clement Greenberg. Featuring Colour Field works by Jack Bush, Helen Frankenthaler, Kenneth Noland, Jules Olitski and Larry Poons, the exhibition also includes works by Sir Anthony Caro, Hans Hofmann, Robert Motherwell, and Robert Murray.

Jules Oltiski (1968) Marcus Flight, 1968 Acrylic on Canvas, 83 x 15.5 inches

Larry Poons (1981) Sleer, 1981 Acrylic on Canvas, 93 x 31 inches

Kenneth Noland (1988) Doors - Sea View,  1988 Acrylic on Canvas on Board, Plexiglass, 80.5 x 49 inches

Hans Hofmann (1940) The City , 1940 Oil on plywood, 7.5 x 8 inches