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Texas Art Auc­tion

A tra­di­tion of David Dike Fine Art since 1996, the Texas Art Auc­tion re­turns Oc­to­ber 27 for the gallery’s sec­ond sale of 2018 and marks a turn to a spring and fall auc­tion sched­ule. Fea­tured in the up­com­ing auc­tion will be more than 320 lots of turn-of the-cen­tury to mid­cen­tury Texas art in­clud­ing 85 paint­ings from the Robert Brousseau Estate. Ac­cord­ing to David Dike

Fine Art,“brousseau built a col­lec­tion of some of the most sig­nif­i­cant early Texas paint­ings over the course of 40 years.”

Among the high­lights from the Brousseau col­lec­tion is Harry An­thony Deyoung’s Musquiz Canyon,west­texas Canyon (est. $25/35,000), as well as one of the largest Por­firio Sali­nas blue­bon­net pieces ever painted and a mo­saic mu­ral by Oc­tavio Medellin.there also is

Car­den Bailey’s A Play

(est. $5/10,000); Blue­bon­net Land­scape, 1927, by Adrian Brewer, ex­pected to sell be­tween $20,000 and $30,000; Lloyd Goff ’s Old Union Sta­tion, Dal­las (est. $5/10,000); and Un­ti­tled (Orches­tra) by Sa­muel Ziegler, which has an es­ti­mate of $5,000 to $10,000.

Other auc­tion high­lights in­clude a 1945 painting by Florence Mc­clung ti­tled Triple Un­der­pass (est. $75/175,000) that de­picts the un­der­pass in down­town Dal­las and an un­ti­tled work by Sey­mour Fo­gel, which is es­ti­mated for $15,000 to $20,000.

Florence Mc­clung (1894-1992), Triple Un­der­pass. Oil on can­vas, 24 x 30 in., signed lower left: ‘F Mc­clung’. Cour­tesy David Dike Fine Art. Es­ti­mate: $75/150,000

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