Jackson Hole Art Auction Presents the Tenth Annual Sale & Full Catalog

Lot 229: Friedrich Wilhelm Kuhnert (1865–1926), Brüllende Löwen, oil on canvas, 44 3/4 x 83 1/2 in, Estimate: $200,000–$300,000
Lot 229: Friedrich Wilhelm Kuhnert (1865–1926), Brüllende Löwen, oil on canvas, 44 3/4 x 83 1/2 in, Estimate: $200,000–$300,000
  • Lot 262: N.C.  Wyeth (1882–1945), He Rode Away, Following a Dim Trail Among the Sage (1909), oil on canvas, 38 x 25 in, Estimate: $500,000–$700,000

    Lot 262: N.C. Wyeth (1882–1945), He Rode Away, Following a Dim Trail Among the Sage (1909), oil on canvas, 38 x 25 in, Estimate: $500,000–$700,000

  • Lot 61: Eanger Irving Couse (1866–1936), Drilling for Turquoise, oil on board, 8 x 10 in, Estimate: $30,000–$50,000

    Lot 61: Eanger Irving Couse (1866–1936), Drilling for Turquoise, oil on board, 8 x 10 in, Estimate: $30,000–$50,000

Jackson, Wyoming – September 16-17, 2016 – Trailside Galleries and the Gerald Peters Gallery are pleased to present the tenth annual Jackson Hole Art Auction, scheduled for September 16-17, 2016 in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Both sessions will be held at the award-winning Center for the Arts in downtown Jackson Hole. Jason Brooks will serve as auctioneer.

Session I artwork will be available for complete preview at Trailside Galleries on Thursday, September 15th from 10:00 AM to 7:00 PM MDT. Session II artwork can be previewed at the Center for the Arts on Friday, September 16th between 10:00 AM and 7:00 PM MDT, and preceding the sale on Saturday, September 17th from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM MDT.

 

The Session I sale will feature carefully-curated high quality works, perfect for the emerging collector. Session I highlights include Eanger Irving Couse’s Drilling for Turquoise ($30,000-$50,000) and Martin Grelle’s Crossing at Running Eagle ($15,000-$25,000). The Session I sale will also feature new works by several Jackson-based artists including Kathryn Turner’s Prairie Pronghorn ($10,000-$15,000) and Amy Ringholz’s ink and oil on canvas Under Foot ($10,000-$15,000). Other highlights include works by Clyde Aspevig, Harry Jackson, Charles M. Russell, Richard Schmid, Gordon Snidow, Olaf Wieghorst, and many more. Session I will consist of 137 lots.

 

Session II highlights include N.C. Wyeth’s masterwork He Rode Away Following a Dim Trail Among the Sage, 1909, estimated at $500,000-$700,000, and Charles Russell’s Buffalo Hunting, offered at $500,000-$750,000. Important Taos highlights include Walter Ufer’s October and Ernest Blumenschein’s Rock of Fire – Morning, Ghost Ranch, ca. 1925, both offered at $300,000-$450,000, as well as Bert Geer Phillips’ Fall Splendor ($300,000-$500,000). Featured wildlife lots include Bob Kuhn’s All He Surveys ($100,000-$200,000), and Friedrich Wilhelm Kuhnert’s two monumental canvases Brüllende Löwen and Kafferbüffel am Tümpel, both at $200,000-$300,000. Other highlights include works by Albert Bierstadt, John Clymer, Maynard Dixon, Robert Henri, E.S. Paxson, Ken Riley, and many more. Session II will feature 252 lots.

 

Nine Top Tier artists have completed submissions, to be juried pre-auction by a panel of esteemed museum curators. Top Tier paintings include Jenness Cortez’s Home on the Range ($100,000-$150,000), Mian Situ’s Ready for Rendezvous-Wyoming 1835 ($30,000-$40,000), and Tucker Smith’s Vigilance ($45,000-$55,000).

 

All lots are available for preview on www.jacksonholeartauction.com.

 

For bidding information call 866-549-9278, email coordinator@jacksonholeartauction.com or visit www.jacksonholeartauction.com. Online bidding will be offered through Bidsquare.

 

Since 2007, the Jackson Hole Art Auction has been recognized as one of the premier art events in the country, defined by the high standards of works offered in a variety of genres including western, wildlife, sporting, figurative, and landscape art by both renowned past masters and contemporary artists. With showrooms in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Scottsdale, Arizona, Santa Fe, New Mexico and New York, the auction partners bring over 100 years of experience and expertise to the event. The Jackson Hole Art Auction is a signature event of Jackson Hole’s annual Fall Arts Festival and attracts collectors from across the country as well as abroad.

Jackson Hole Art Auction
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About Jackson Hole Art Auction

Since 2007, the Jackson Hole Art Auction has been recognized as one of the premier art events in the country, defined by the high standards of works offered in a variety of genres including western, wildlife, sporting, figurative, and landscape art by both renowned past masters and contemporary artists. With showrooms in Scottsdale, Arizona, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Santa Fe, New Mexico and New York, the auction partners bring over 100 years of experience and expertise to the event. The Jackson Hole Art Auction is a signature event of Jackson Hole’s annual Fall Arts Festival and attracts collectors from across the country as well as abroad.

Press Contact:
Madison Webb
Jackson Hole Art Auction
P: 866-549-9278
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