Michael O'Toole

Michael O'Toole, S.F.C.A. (1963 – 2018) was a native of British Columbia. He studied architectural design at a technical institute, then worked with firms in that field. In 1991, he won a prize for “Best Home Design.” Later, painting became Michael’s all-consuming passion. As an artist he painted mainly impressionistic acrylics with landscape, seascape and architecture as his chief subjects.
30x40 - $8,100.00
Mount Patterson and Peyto Lake
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11x15 - $1,500.00
Day End (Gulf Islands)
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15x22 - $2,600.00
Dawson's Landing
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8.5 x 13 in. - $1,250.00
Michael O'Toole artwork 'The Lonesome Voyage of the Desperado' at White Rock Gallery
24 x 36 in. - $6,200.00
Michael O'Toole artwork 'Woman with Basket' at White Rock Gallery
30 x 40 in. - $8,100.00
Michael O'Toole artwork 'Village Near Devon' at White Rock Gallery
24 x 36 in. - $3,880.00
Michael O'Toole artwork 'Untitled (low-tide coastal scene)' at White Rock Gallery
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16.5 x 22.25 in. - $2,600.00
Michael O'Toole artwork 'Cliff Reflections' at White Rock Gallery
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8 x 10 in. - $950.00
Michael O'Toole artwork 'Winter's Blanket on a Warm Home' at White Rock Gallery
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30 x 30 in. - $6,400.00
Michael O'Toole artwork 'Near the Vermillion Lakes' at White Rock Gallery
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11 x 14 in. - $1,550.00
Michael O'Toole artwork 'Crofton Dry Dock' at White Rock Gallery
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36 x 36 in. - $8,650.00
Michael O'Toole artwork 'Black Tusk' at White Rock Gallery
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