Bierstadt landscape painting
Albert Bierstadt, "Star King Mountain," oil on paper mounted on board, 14 X 19 in., Estimate: $300,000 - $500,000

With more than 400 works of art that speak to the vastness, the adventure and the beauty of the West, the Scottsdale Art Auction returns April 9-10, 2021, featuring Western, wildlife, and sporting art.

More from the organizers:

The sale will include pieces from many of the master painters and sculptors of the West, including:

  • William Gollings
  • W. Herbert Dunton
  • Joseph H. Sharp
  • Charles M. Russell
  • Edgar Payne, and
  • Albert Bierstadt
William Gollings, "Cheyenne Winter Camp," oil painting
William Gollings, “Cheyenne Winter Camp,” oil on canvas, 24 X 18 in., Estimate: $300,000 – $500,000

As well as works from contemporary greats such as:

  • Martin Grelle
  • Logan Maxwell Hagege
  • Bill Anton
  • Mark Maggiori
  • Kyle Polzin
  • Morgan Weistling, and many more

The Scottsdale Art Auction will also include major pieces from wildlife artist Carl Rungius, who will be represented by two pieces showing some of his most iconic subject matter.

The sale takes place in the heart of the arts district in Scottsdale, “the West’s Most Western Town.” The auction was founded in 2005 by three of the most respected names in the field: Michael Frost of New York City’s J. N. Bartfield Galleries, Jack Morris of Morris Fine Art in Hilton Head, South Carolina, and Brad Richardson of Legacy Gallery in Scottsdale. The three partners have more than a century in combined experience in art and are regarded as leaders in this thriving art market.

Oil portrait of a girl
Leon Gaspard, “Korzak Girl,” oil on board, 16 34 X 13 1/4 in., Estimate: $70,000 – $90,000
Oil painting of poplar trees
Birger Sandzen, “Poplars in Moonlight,” oil on canvas, 30 X 40 in., Estimate: $125,000 – $175,000
Oil painting of cowboys and Indians
Charles Schreyvogel, “A Close Call,” oil on canvas, 25 1/4 X 34 in., Estimate: $750,000 – $1,250,000

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