DAVID DIKE FINE ART
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