The eighth annual, Live Jackson Hole Art Auction was held on Saturday, September 13 at the Center for the Arts in downtown Jackson Hole, Wyoming, with 213 lots sold and realizing $11.29 million in sales. Nearly 400 domestic and international collectors attended the event.
Highlights for the 2014 sale included historically significant western paintings, notable still-life works and a signature of the Jackson Hole Art Auction, important sporting and wildlife art. Howard Terpning, “Major North and the Pawnee Battalion”, Estimate: $800,000-$1,200,000, Sold: $1,496,000. Richard Schmid, “Yellow Roses”, Estimate: $75,000-$100,000, Sold: $187,200. Bob Kuhn, “Red Fox on Patrol”, Estimate $60,000-$80,000, Sold:$263,250.
Cowboy Artists of America member and current President, Martin Grelle, reinforced his popularity and market strength, exceeding estimates on twopaintings: “Fires Burned Out”, Sold: $163,800 and 2014 work titled “Strategies”, Sold: $263,250. READ MORE