DENVER, CO.- Leslie Hindman Auctioneers
announced a single-owner auction of property from an Important Private Collection of Western Art at our Denver gallery on Monday, March 18th. The auction will feature nearly 200 lots of American Western paintings, bronzes, Pueblo pottery, Navajo weavings, antler mounted mirrors, furniture and lighting, rustic and contemporary Western and Adirondack style furniture and decorative arts. The collection will attract attention from collectors of Western art as well as from the design community. This unique auction is ideal for bidders in search of fine Western style furnishings perfectly suited for a mountain retreat or lakeside cabin.
Featured among the American paintings are works by Craig Tennant, Bill Anton, David Wright, William Woodhouse, John DeMott, Jim Norton, John Moyers, Paul Calle, Alfred Eisenstaedt, Gary Lawrence Niblett, Wayne Cooper, Gerald Farm, Robert Winter, Edward Sheriff Curtis and others. Highlights include Craig Tennants, Lost Again, John Moyers, Sunset on Taos Mountains and Jim Nortons, Winters Grip.
The furniture and other decorative objects being offered include a group of Navajo weavings and Pueblo pottery such as a Hopi Tewa pottery jar from the Nampeyo family, two Zia pottery jars by Lee Brotherton, a Navajo Hubbell weaving, circa 1915 and a Navajo Ganado weaving, circa 1890. The auction includes an exceptional offering of lodge style furniture and decorations such as bronzes, rustic occasional tables, mirrors, a Jacobean revival dining room suite, leather upholstered club chairs, a mahogany gate leg hunt table, an Adirondack style armoire and bookcase, antler mounted lighting, mirrors and furniture, a rustic 19-foot white birch canoe and much more.
The exhibition for this sale will be open to the public beginning on March 1, 2013 at Leslie Hindman Auctioneers, 960 Cherokee Street, Denver, Colorado. For further information regarding the exhibition dates and times or to order a catalogue, please contact our Denver office at 303.825.1855. To view the online catalogue, visit www.lesliehindman.com.
For over three decades, Leslie Hindman Auctioneers has been an industry leader combining recognition as one of the Nations leading fine art auctioneers with a global reach of buyers. Founded in 1982, sold to Sothebys in 1997 and reopened in 2003, Leslie Hindman has remained a constant force behind high profile auctions of everything from contemporary paintings and fine jewelry to French furniture and rare books and manuscripts and always maintains a practice of achieving the highest prices while maintaining the highest levels of integrity and customer service.