Although we’re still over three months away, it’s never too early to begin anticipating and getting excited for one of the nation’s biggest and best art festivals.
Scheduled for September 16-17 in Jackson, Wyoming, the Jackson Hole Art Auction is one of the most anticipated fine art events every year. Although festivities don’t begin for a few months, highlights of the show and sale are already being announced, with Trailside Galleries and Gerald Peters Gallery being the most recent to showcase their lineup of stellar artworks.
N.C. Wyeth, “He Rode Away Among the Sage, Following a Dim Trail,” 1909, oil on canvas, 38 x 25 in.
(c) Jackson Hole Art Auction 2016
“New highlights include N.C. Wyeth’s masterwork ‘He Rode Away Among the Sage, Following a Dim Trail.’ Other western highlights include high-quality works by Robert Lougheed, E.S. Paxson, Frederic Remington, and Olaf Wieghorst,” the galleries note. “New wildlife highlights, the signature of the Jackson Hole Art Auction, include Robert Bateman’s ‘Above the Rapids — Gulls and Grizzly.’ New Bob Kuhn acquisitions include ‘Midnight Serenade’ and ‘In Ellesmere Land — Arctic Wolf.’ [Also featured will be] Stanley Meltzoff’s ‘The Lord of the Barcajon Channel.’
To learn more, visit the Jackson Hole Art Auction.
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