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As one of the fastestgrowing auctioneers in the world, Heritage Auctions provides its clients access to more than 40 collecting categories via its website. The firm’s Western and California art department has seen sales more than triple in recent years thanks to private collections and fresh-to-market finds. Several auctions featuring giants in the genre of Western and California art are scheduled for 2020. Three of the most anticipated sales occur in the spring of 2020. This includes: the April 24 Illustration Art Auction and the May 1 American Art Auction, which includes a strong selection of Western and California art. On May 2, Heritage will present its spring Texas Art Auction. Recent highlights and top sales span paintings, bronze and works on paper, such as The Bronco Buster, by Frederic Remington, which sold well above estimate November 1, 2019, for $615,000. Western artworks by Milton Avery and G. Harvey, such as When the Cowboys Come to Town— Houston 1900, 1983, routinely bring six figures or more at Heritage Auctions. Experiencing rapid growth, Heritage Auctions now has 1.25 million bidder-members and records more than $800 million in annual sales. Increasing access to Western art collectors worldwide, online sales surged to $438 million, representing more than 60 percent of the firm’s total sales. Visit Heritage online to learn how the auction house matches consignors and bidders online and from its global network of spanning offices in Dallas, New York, Beverly Hills, Palm Beach, San Francisco, Chicago, London, Paris, Geneva, Amsterdam and Hong Kong.
Illustration Art Auction
April 24, 2020 American Art Auction
May 1, 2020 Texas Art Auction
May 2, 2020
Frederic Remington (1861-1909), The Bronco Buster, bronze, 327/8” SOLD: $615,000
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