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Al­ter­mann Gal­leries auc­tion in Santa Fe, New Mex­ico, on Novem­ber 8 was well re­ceived with $1.4 mil­lion in sales. Taos So­ci­ety of Artists mem­bers Joseph Henry Sharp and E. Martin Hen­nings per­formed well with Sharp’s Jerry Taos with Lover’s Flute sell­ing at $51,600 and the Hen­nings’ In­dian Hunters sell­ing at $45,600. Cow­boy Artists of Amer­ica mem­ber Joe Beeler brought $36,000 for The Hos­tile’s Re­venge while Frank Mccarthy’s The Greet­ing re­al­ized $23,400. Ray Swanson’s The Old Navajo sold above its es­ti­mate bring­ing $36,000 and John Moy­ers paint­ing of a lone burro ti­tled Aban­doned brought $18,750, well above the es­ti­mated value. Other paint­ings that per­formed well in­clude: Wil­liam Ahrendt’s Jim Bridger Moun­tain Man bring­ing $23,400, and John De­mott’s Many Snows Ago de­pict­ing a Plains In­dian sell­ing for $19,800. Fritz Scholder and Dan Nam­ingha both sold well above their es­ti­mated prices. Scholder’s Horse #2 brought $18,000 and Nam­ingha’s Pas­sage and Car­di­nal Direc­tions #12 re­al­ized $12,000. In the sculp­ture cat­e­gory, Dave Mcgary’s When Light­ing Strikes was a stand­out bring­ing $19,200 with three more Mcgary bronzes sell­ing well within their es­ti­mates.

Up­com­ing auc­tions:

On­line Only Auc­tion

Fe­bru­ary 21, 2020

Frank Mccarthy (1924-2002), The Greet­ing, oil on linen, 24 x 40” SOLD: $23,400

Joe Beeler (1931-2006), The Hos­tile’s Re­venge, oil on panel, 30 x 48” SOLD: $36,000

Joseph Henry Sharp (1859-1953), Jerry Taos with Lover’s Flute, oil on can­vas, 20 x 16” SOLD: $51,600

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