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Forest Light
Emily Carr's Forest Light. Oil on canvas, circa 1931-1936. The painting more than doubled its high estimate of $600,000 Wednesday, selling for $1.53...
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Emily Carr painting sells for $1.53 million at auction

Murray Whyte

Forest Light, the Heffel auction's marquee work, indicates a robust market for Carr works, though...

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