About Toller Cranston

Following an exhausting 8 year legal battle which resulted in a landmark court decision that was entered into Canadian law, the Toller Cranston estate has released the remaining paintings from the estate.  

For the first time in a decade, the largest Toller Cranston artwork collection has been acquired by Art Evolution. Over 100 paintings are available for your consideration. Whether purchasing for investment or to simply own a piece of Canadian history, these paintings inspire and delight.

Canadian artist Toller Cranston, born April 20, 1949 was a Canadian figure skater and painter. Toller died of a heart attack at his home in San Miguel de Allende, Mexico on January 24th 2015. Toller's main artistic outlet was painting, which often incorporates themes related to skating.

Toller was the 1971-1976 Canadian National Champion, the 1974 World Bronze Medalist, and the 1976 Olympic Bronze Medalist and was inducted into the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame in 1976, the Canadian Figure Skating Hall of Fame in 1997. Toller received the Order of Canada in 1977 and was included in Canada's Walk of Fame in 2003.

Toller made significant contributions to the artistic enrichment of Canadian culture for over five decades and is regarded as a Canadian Icon. 

The book "Ice, Paint, Passion" by Phillippa Cranston Baran is now available for purchase here.

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