13 Press Releases

Tag: Frederic Remington

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    American Midwestern Artworks by Thomas Hart Benton Come to Auction

    Thomas Hart Benton was an American muralist and painter associated with the Regionalist art movement. Benton was famous for his portraits of everyday Americans. In his teenage years, Benton worked at a local newspaper as a cartoonist. However, a visit to his hometown in Missouri inspired him to paint in…

    Thomas Hart Benton
  • Auction Industry

    Miller & Miller's online-only Watches, Jewelry & Decorative Arts Auction will be held on Saturday, November 21st at 9 am

    The auction is a collector’s dream, filled with luxury watches by makers such as Rolex, Omega and Patek Philippe, fine jewelry and a nice mix of decorative art. Beautiful Swiss Omega ‘Pre-Moon’ Speedmaster watch (1962, Ref. 105005-62), in a stainless steel case, engraved to the previous owner on the caseback…

    Miller & Millers online-only Watches, Jewelry & Decorative Arts Auction will be held on Saturday, November 21st at 9 am
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    Frederic Remington, Howard Terpning Lead the T. Boone Pickens Collection Auction at Christie's

    T. Boone Pickens was an oil tycoon and philanthropist known for his civic engagement and shrewd business deals. Pickens collected many artworks depicting the American West throughout his life, including works by Frederic Remington, Howard Terpning, G. Harvey, and others. Part of his collection will come to auction in late…

    Frederic Remington (1861-1909)
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    Fine Art & Antiques Sessions I and II

    A painting titled Chat-Chat-Chat from Roberto Matta will be offered by Simpson Galleries in the upcoming Fine Art & Antiques sale. Believed to be a portrait of the Chilean artist and his wife Germana Ferrari, the pastel and oil painting from around 1997 shows a courting couple. Matta began his…

    ROBERTO MATTA (Chilean 1911-2002) A PAINTING, Chat-Chat-Chat, 1997
  • Exhibitions

    'Natural Forces: Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington' Debuts at Denver Art Museum

    Winslow Homer, Indian Boy with Canoe, 1895. Denver Art Museum. The Denver Art Museum (DAM) has debuted Natural Forces: Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington (on view to Sept. 7, 2020). The traveling exhibition, featuring 60 artworks, reveals connections between artistic themes and techniques used by these two acclaimed American artists. Born a…

    Natural Forces Winslow Homer and Frederic Remington Debuts at Denver Art Museum
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    Fine & Decorative Arts

    Morphy Auctions presents fine and decorative art, jewelry, and furniture pieces in the upcoming two-day auction. One of the featured lots is a life-sized portrait of President Abraham Lincoln by William F. Cogswell. A self-made painter from Pasadena, California, Cogswell was invited to the White House to sketch Lincoln in 1864.…

    ALBERT REIGER (AUSTRIAN, 1834 - 1905) ON THE NILE.
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    American + European Art

    The sculpture titled Crest of the Wave exemplifies the most important period in the career of Harriet Whitney Frishmuth, an often-overlooked American sculptor of the early 20th century. Her work represents the influence of the New York dance scene. The standing pose of the available figure also reflects the artist’s…

    After Frederic Remington, The Mountain Man
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    Fine Art & Antiques Sessions I and II

    Claudius Ptolemy was a mathematician, geographer, and astronomer who lived in the city of Alexandria. He is best known for creating a world map in his book Geography, written around 150 CE. One of the notable qualities of Ptolemy's map was the use of longitudinal and latitudinal lines. A Renaissance…

    ROBERTO MATTA (Chilean 1911-2002) A PAINTING, Chat-Chat-Chat, 1997
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    American Indian & Western May Sale with Luxury Jewelry

    The North American Auction Company is offering jewelry, fine art, collectibles, and more in the upcoming American Indian & Western May Sale. Included among the jewelry lots is a new 13.48-carat diamond and 14-karat white gold tennis bracelet that comes complete with paperwork. At a total length of seven inches,…

    Robert Wesley Amick (1879-1969) Roundup Oil LARGE
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    California and Western Art

    Known best as a writer, illustrator, and painter, Frederic Remington was also a prominent American sculptor. Remington earned esteem for capturing the late 19th-century American West with images of cowboys, American Indians, and the U.S. Cavalry. He worked on many portrayals of Native Americans—a subject inspired by his personal experience…

    THOMAS HILL (1829-1908)
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    Fine & Decorative Art Auction

    The Fine & Decorative Art Auction offered by Dallas Auction Gallery puts forth a diverse collection of fine arts, decorative arts, jewelry, collectibles, and other categories. The oil on canvas piece "Custer's Last Rally" by John Mulvany is the highest estimated item of the collection. As mentioned in the description…

    Eanger Irving Couse "Untitled (The Pottery
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    Fine Western & American Art

    By the last quarter of the 19th century, the American era of cowboys and Indians and the open West was coming to a close. An artist, Frederic Remington lost much of his savings trying to be a cowboy in Kansas. But he still told tall tales of the frontier and…

  • Auction Industry

    Cowboy up for million-dollar Western art at Coeur d'Alene Auction in Reno

    Art lovers can see and buy some of the best and priciest Western art in the world in Reno this weekend. The 33rd annual Coeur d’Alene Art Auction will be Saturday at the Grand Sierra Resort. It’s the biggest Western art auction in the country, said Parker Stremmel of Reno’s Stremmel Gallery, which…

    Cowboy up for million-dollar Western art at Coeur d'Alene Auction in Reno