Hindman Presents The Wildlife Experience Collection, to Benefit the Denver Museum of Nature & ScienceJun 03, 2022 10:00 EDT
The upcoming fine art auction, hosted by Hindman, features over 100 wildlife paintings and sculptures by internationally acclaimed nature artists such as Robert Bateman, John Banovich, John Seerey-Lester, Morten Solberg, Kent Ullberg, and Veryl Goodnight. Proceeds from the sale will support the Denver Museum of Nature & Science.
The auction highlights Daniel Smith’s acrylic painting. He is an American painter who is widely known for his depictions of wildlife. The artist draws inspiration from his surroundings in southwest Montana. Smith’s artworks often present realistic depictions of nature. The offered lot shows a gray elephant walking through the mists. Larry Fanning’s Colorado Buffalo is available in the sale as well. The piece from 2002 depicts several buffaloes in a snowy mountain area. A self-taught artist, Larry Fanning is recognized for his lifelike paintings of the American West. Mostly portraying wild creatures in their natural habitat, his paintings are intricate in their details. Explore more lots of interest and register to bid online on Hindman.
Lot Categories:Collectibles, Decorative Arts, Fine Art (109)
# of Lots:109
Price Range:$200 - $50,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Larry Fanning (American, b. 1938) Colorado Buffalo, 2002|| Estimate: |
|Kenneth Bunn (American, b. 1938) The Look Out, edition 3/6, 2000|| Estimate: |
|John Banovich (American, b. 1964) Tusk|| Estimate: |
|Veryl Goodnight (American, b. 1947) Back from the Brink, edition 1/7, 2001|| Estimate: |
|Veryl Goodnight (American, b. 1947) The Bronc, edition 3/5, 2002|| Estimate: |