The influence of Landscape art has become quite compelling in the past couple of decades. Such scenic art spill colors of the natural world on a canvas. Art of the West Signature auction presented by Heritage Auction features a wide range of important collector-worthy landscapes alongside prints and sculptures from the 20th century.
The collection exhibits oil on canvas by Clyde Aspevig, well known for subtle yet realistic depiction of the vast, open landscapes. Similarly, capturing the settings of camp at Lozier Lake in one massive painting from Tucker Smith. His style is largely derived by the beauty of nature. Amidst the variety of 263 works of art is a painting by Fremont F. Ellis. Fremont’s work with vivid brush strokes and thick impasto reflects the play of snow, sky and the hill.
Detailed sculpture by Glenna Goodacre leads the auction with the highest estimated amount of $50,000. Glenna Goodacre’s sculptures are coveted for their lively expression, texture, design, and movement. View the full catalog and register to bid on Heritage Auction.
# of Lots:263
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Glenna Goodacre (American, b. 1939). Crossing the Prairie, 2001. Bronze with brown patina|| Estimate: |
|Glenna Goodacre (American, b. 1939). Pawna, 1983. Bronze with brown patina|| Estimate: |
|Clyde Aspevig (American, b. 1951). Story of the Cottonwood, 1983. Oil on canvas|| Estimate: |
|Clyde Aspevig (American, b. 1951). The August Range, 1979. Oil on canvasboard|| Estimate: |
|Tucker Smith (American, b. 1940). Camp at Lozier Lake, 1995. Oil on canvas|| Estimate: |
|Don V. Crowley (American, 1926-2019). Apache Child in Yellow Dress. Oil on Masonite|| Estimate: |