Christie’s Will Continue Americana Week With Sale of 19th-Century American ArtJan 19, 2022 10:00 EST
Alfred Jacob Miller’s most distinguishable works documented people, ceremonies, camps, wildlife, traders, adventurers, and ways of life he witnessed during a visit to the American Rocky Mountains in 1837. His works allow viewers a peek into what it was like to be American during the mid-19th century. In its upcoming 19th-Century American Art auction, Christie’s will offer a selection of artworks by Alfred Jacob Miller. One of the lots featured in the sale is titled Crow Indians Attacking a Buffalo with the Lance Near the Sweet Water River. The painting features a combination of watercolor, gouache, and pencil on paper. Another painting by Miller, titled Indian Boy, is also available.
Highlights of the event include important art pieces such as In The Yosemite by Albert Bierstadt, Startled by Winslow Homer, and a still life painting by James Peale. To view the full catalog or to place a bid, visit Christie’s.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (69)
# of Lots:69
Price Range:$1,000 - $500,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|ALBERT BIERSTADT (1830-1902) In the Yosemite|| Estimate: |
|WINSLOW HOMER (1836-1910) Startled|| Estimate: |
|JAMES PEALE (1749-1831) Still Life|| Estimate: |
|ALFRED JACOB MILLER (1810-1874) Crow Indians Attacking a Buffalo with the Lance Near the Sweet Water River|| Estimate: |
|ALFRED JACOB MILLER (1810-1874) Indian Boy|| Estimate: |
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