Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery

6872 E. Sunrise Dr. Suite 130, Tucson, Arizona 85750

About Auction House

Dr. J. Mark Sublette, a former physician, is the founder of Medicine Man Gallery. He is the author of numerous catalogs on Native American subjects and is an authority on the artwork of Maynard Dixon. Sublette is a contributor for Western Art Collector and Canyon Road Arts. He is also the author of the Charles Bloom Murder Mystery series.

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    Annual Fine Art Auction and Navajo Rug Benefit Sale, Maynard Dixon, Mark Maggiori, Ed…

    American artist Maynard Dixon specialized in Cubist-Realism and Post-Impressionist styles. Largely a self-taught artist, Dixon was born in 1875 in Fresno, CA. He began drawing by age seven and his first sketches depicted Western landscapes. Farmyard and Cottonwood, an oil on canvas with an original Maynard Dixon frame, leads the upcoming sale from Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery. This illustration was rendered by Dixon in 1941. The composition is characterized by bright colors and quick dabs of paint onto the canvas. Olla Carriers Returning from Well, an artwork from another American artist, O. E. Berninghaus, also leads the catalog. Berninghaus’ paintings often featured Native Americans, the American Southwest, and New Mexico. American painter Ed Mell’s oil on linen work, Storm Strike, is another noteworthy lot. Seven important Navajo weavings are listed as well. View the complete Annual Fine Art Auction and Navajo Rug Benefit Sale, Maynard Dixon, Mark Maggiori, Ed...  catalog, and browse other online auctions by visiting Bidsquare. 

  • Art Industry
    The ATADA Online Show & Sale – Spring 2020

    See the Finest, Authentic Native American and Tribal Art from around the world without leaving your house. The Authentic Tribal Art Dealers Association (ATADA) announces the Spring 2020 ATADA Online Sale opening May 20, 2020. Find a wide variety of vintage and contemporary Native art from over 40 knowledgeable, vetted and trusted ATADA dealers. Offerings include fine Pueblo pottery, elegant Navajo silver jewelry and textiles and masterful beadwork and carvings from the Americas, Africa and Oceania. Interested buyers can interact directly with the dealer and purchase with confidence knowing that every item is backed by the ATADA Seller’s Guarantee. More information can be found on the ATADA website. Show information: May 20, 2020 - June 3, 2020 Participating ATADA Dealers: Adobe Gallery – Santa Fe, NM AE Tribal Antiques – Laguna Niguel, CA American Indian Antique Art – Annandale, VA Andres Moraga – Berkeley, CA Anthropos Fine Art – Malibu, CA Antique American Indian Art, LLC – Bothell, WA Artemis Gallery – Erie, CO Buffalo Barry’s Indian Art – Holden, MA Buffalo Tracks Gallery – Santa Fe, NM Charles Jones African Art – Wilmington, NC Charley’s Navajo Rugs – Hanford, CA Charlotte’s – Santa Ynez, CA Cowboys & Indians – Albuquerque, NM Cultural Patina – Fairfax Station, VA Fine Navajo Weaving – Telluride, CO Galerie Flak – Paris, France Gene Quintana Fine Art – Carmichael, CA Ghent & McCue Art Appraisals – Orinda, CA Indian Lodge Road – Joshua Tree, CA Irwin & Marjorie Goodman – Wayne, NJ Jacaranda Tribal – New York, NY James Compton Gallery – Santa Fe, NM John Molloy Gallery – New York, NY George Postrozny – Reno, NV Leota’s Indian Art – Sugar Land, TX Marcy Burns American Indian Arts, LLC – New York, NY Mark A. Johnson Tribal Art – Marina del Rey, CA Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery – Tucson, AZ Michael D. Higgins Antique Indian Art – Tucson, AZ Michael Hamson Oceanic Art – Palos Verdes Estates, CA Morning Star Gallery – Santa Fe, NM Philip Garaway Native American Art – Los Angeles, CA Robert Bauver American Indian Art – New Salem,…