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Hazelton Galleries

Toronto

Canada

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14 Hazelton Avenue

ON M5R 2E2 Toronto

Canada

Phone : 647-748-1000

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URL : www.hazeltongalleries.com

Peter Priede   (Director)

Belinda Priede   (Director of Finance)

Brittany Boyd-Pyman   (Art Consultant)

Natalie Romano   (Art Consultant)

About

Conveniently located in Yorkville, Toronto’s favourite fine arts neighbourhood, Hazelton Fine Art Galleries has established many strong connections with other fine art institutions and individuals both nationally and internationally for over 25 years.

The gallery is recognized as one of the most diverse galleries in the city with over 100 artists and featuring a wide variety of high caliber works including contemporary art, modern masters, traditional and historical paintings, as well as contemporary bronze and Inuit sculpture.

Exhibiting Artists

Other Represented Artists

  • Pietro Adamo

  • Hamilton Aguiar

    Biography : After spending many years studying fine art, Aguiar developed an exceptionally unique and specialized technique for creating his artwork. Once Aguiar launched his artistic career, he became internationally recognized for his highly refined and contemporary landscapes. His crisp imagery of natural elements placed within smooth gradations of color beneath a burnished resin coating has attracted private and corporate collectors across North America, South America, Europe, and Asia. His participation in solo and group shows at galleries globally is extensive; he has exhibited his artwork in Germany, Korea, Sweden, Canada, and Singapore. He has also exhibited in many art fairs, notably Art Wynwood (2015-2016), Art Silicon Valley (2015), Art Southampton (2015), Art Palm Beach (2011-2014), and Art Miami (2005-2006).

  • Jean-Michel Basquiat  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Marc Chagall  (+)

  • Salvador Dali

  • Vadim Dolgov

    Biography : Born in Orenburg, Russia in 1962, Vadim Dolgov attended the Orenburg State Institute of Art. Following graduation, Dolgov remained in Russia to launch his professional career, with his first major success occurring in 1991, when the highly esteemed Parisian auction house Hôtel Drouot auctioned one of his pieces. Soon after, Dolgov was selected to tour India where he had to create and exhibit artwork. Upon his return, he was bestowed with the honor of showing his work at the State Tretyakovskaya Gallery in Moscow, which houses the most impressive and valuable collection of Russian fine art in the world. After moving to Canada, Dolgov’s career continued to grow and he has now developed a unique contemporary style. He has exhibited at Art Wynwood (2016), Art Southampton (2015), Art Toronto (2012-2014), and Artexpo New York (2001-2002). He has also been the recipient of numerous awards and honors, including the Oil Painters of America Juried Salon Show Winner (2013), the American Art Collector Magazine Award of Excellence (2013), and the Holbein Artist Materials Award of Excellence at the 16th National Juried Exhibition of Oil Painters of America (2007). Over the past several years, Dolgov’s work has been recognized by some of the finest private and corporate collectors.

  • Sam Francis  (+)

  • Auguste Herbin

  • Damien Hirst  (+)

  • Henri Matisse  (+)

    Also represented by:

  • Daniel Mazzone

  • Joan Miró  (+)

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  • Nurieh Mozaffari

    Biography : Educated at the master’s level with experience as a university lecturer, Iranian-born artist Nurieh Mozaffari has been exhibiting her work internationally since 1984. Prior to moving to Canada, her work was shown at the Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art, which is one of the largest museums in Iran, and the Sa'dabad Palace, which is a complex comprised of several museums and the presidential residence. After moving to Vancouver in Canada, Mozaffari exhibited work at the Vancouver Art Gallery and the Pacific Mineral Museum, but was also building a strong following in Paris, France. She has had several solo shows in Paris at the Galerie Daniel Besseiche and a solo exhibition at the Institut du Monde Arabe. In total, Mozaffari has been a part of more than 20 solo and 120 group exhibitions worldwide, including art fairs such as Art Southampton (2015) and Art Toronto (2012-2014). Her collectors include the Peugeot family, celebrated patron of the arts Empress Farah Pahlavi, and several other private and corporate collectors from the United States, Canada, England, France, Germany, Switzerland, Sweden, Norway, the UAE, and Iran.

  • Pablo Picasso  (+)

  • Anna Razumovskaya

    Biography : Anna Razumovskaya is one of the most widely appreciated and sought-after figurative artists internationally. Born in Russia, she completed her undergraduate and master’s studies with distinction at the Russian State University for Arts. Upon completing her post-graduate travels across Europe, Razumovskaya decided to make Canada her home and she continued to refine what is now her distinguishable signature style. She has now been painting for three decades and has major corporate and private collectors from over 22 countries. She has had solo exhibitions in New York, Paris, Toronto, Amsterdam, Antwerp, and Berlin. Her art fair participation is vast as well, with her having participated in Art Wynwood (2016), Art Southampton (2015), Art Expo New York (2005-2015), and Art Toronto (2012-2014). Other notable projects include her frequent solo travelling exhibitions across England, Scotland, and Wales.

  • Samir Sammoun

    Biography : Since the inception of his artistic career 38 years ago, Samir Sammoun’s talent has landed him several museum exhibitions, including a retrospective at the Musée de Marc-Aurèle Fortin in Montreal, a solo show at the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Montréal, a group exhibition at the Plattsburgh State University Art Museum in New York, and entry into the Samuel de Champlain Museum's permanent collection in New York. His work also appears in several publications like Fine Art Magazine and in the archives of the National Library of Canada and the Bibliothèque Nationale du Québec. Sammoun’s work is actively collected privately and corporately throughout North America and Europe.. This includes the collections at the Coca Cola Corporation Headquarters, IBM, Novartis Canada, the Government of Quebec, and many more. He has participated in numerous art fairs, including Art Southampton (2015), Art Expo New York (1996-2015), and Art Toronto (2012-2014). Sammoun has had many solo exhibits throughout North America, including in Boston, Chicago, New York, West Palm, Toronto, and Montreal.

  • Andy Warhol  (+)

  • Jane Waterous

    Biography : Award-winning artist Jane Waterous first began her serious exploration of the fine arts as an undergraduate student at Queen’s University in Canada. Since then, she has developed a variety of distinct series that all serve as a “celebration of the human spirit”, a description that is felt by many people as Waterous’s work is collected in more than 26 countries worldwide. Over the past 30 years, several celebrities in the sports and entertainment industries have purchased her work, as have a number of prominent individuals and organizations in the business world. One of Jane’s most prominent works is displayed in the United Nations Building in New York. Her art fair participation includes Art Wynwood (2016), Art Southampton (2015), Art Toronto (2012-2014), Expo Chicago, and Artexpo New York (2010-2011) where she won the Solo Artist Award. Jane Waterous’s work is instantly recognized anywhere it is placed in the world, making her one of the most exceptionally and widely recognized artists internationally.