The upcoming Signature Annual Live Auction presented by Santa Fe Art Auction offers a variety of fine art this November. The auction brings together artworks by many recognized figures in the art world such as Bert Phillips, Emil Bisttram and George Carlson. The collection of 378 items is made up of paintings, photographs, mixed media, posters, prints & multiples, and sculptures.
One among the featured lots is “After the Ceremony” by Bert Phillips. Painted in traditional dresses, Phillips’ painting depicts a group of women engaged in ritual pursuits. Similarly, in the fine art section, Emil Bisttram’s work entitled “Combat” will be on display. Created in 1933, his work incorporates elements of Abstraction to his oil on canvas. Beyond paintings, collectors can find a range of sculptures including “Natoma” by R. C. Gorman. Referred to as “the Picasso of American Indian art” by the New York Times, Gorman was a Native American artist of the Navajo Nation. The artist’s sculptures are primarily of Native American women; characterized by detailed work. Visit to browse the full catalog and register to bid on bidsquare.
Lot Categories:Fine Art (378), Drawings & Watercolors (86), Mixed Media (10), Paintings (232), Photography (9), Posters, Prints & Multiples (61), Sculptures & Carvings (22)
# of Lots:378
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Bert Phillips, After the Ceremony|| Estimate: |
|Emil Bisttram, Combat, 1933|| Estimate: |
|George Carlson, Stillness in Moonlight, 2012|| Estimate: |
|W. H. Jackson, Blackfoot Indian at Grand Teton, WY|| Estimate: |
|R. C. Gorman, Natoma, 1984|| Estimate: |