Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery & Auction, AZ - Upcoming Auctions & 5 Past Catalogs
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Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery & Auction

Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery & Auction

Since 1992, Medicine Man Gallery in Tucson, Arizona, has provided discerning collectors with the finest examples of native and western art. The gallery has one of the largest online selections of Native American, early and contemporary southwestern art in the United States. The gallery specializes in the lifework of Maynard Dixon, Maria Martinez, Popovi and Tony Da, and the Santa Fe and Taos artists. Mark Sublette is a sought-after speaker and is the author of numerous catalogs on Native American subjects. The gallery has a robust online multi-platform presence and expansion to the online auction platform represents a long-anticipated opportunity for collectors. We are now accepting artwork for consignment as well as purchase. Please contact us.
6872 E. Sunrise Dr.
Suite 130
Tucson, AZ 85750
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Bidder Reviews for Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery & Auction (45)

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8 Latest Top ReviewsSee All

Los Angeles, CA

Jul 26, 2023
Wonderful experience all around!
Really terrific purchase. The shipping was in house & sent bomb proof! Very happy all around. Many thanks
Philippe Halsman - The True Marilyn, 1952

Daly City, CA

Jul 16, 2023
Highest quality
An example for other auction houses to follow. Seamless, easy transaction.
M. Grey - Navajo Crystal Storm Pattern Rug c. 1980s

Phoenix, AZ

Oct 14, 2022
Repeat Buyer
Being a repeat buyer should say it all as I wouldn't buy again if they weren't up to snuff.
Navajo Chinle Rug c. 1980s

Davenport, FL

Jun 24, 2021
Beautiful piece
Beautiful pendant. I have received many compliments. I have done business with this company previously, I have been nothing but satisfied.
Navajo Turquoise and Silver Pendant, c. 1950s

Loveland, CO

Jun 19, 2021
These folks went well above & beyond what was expected!
These folks went well above & beyond what was expected! They had kept a well built crate from a previous auction & professionaly packed the two heavy stone pieces I purchased in it, all at no expense to me & they arrived in perfect condition! The shipper on the other hand was slow & missed two delivery dates.... it took 12 days to recieve the crate.
Steve Kestrel  - Brujo, 1985

East Greenbush, NY

Jun 08, 2021
Excellent, reliable service
I've purchased from Medicine Man a number of times, and have always been very satisfied. The only criticism I have with the current transaction was their choice of carrier. Fed Ex had the package in its possession for 12 days before it was delivered. For the amount I paid, it could have been shipped Priority Mail.
Navajo Child's / Double Saddle Twill Weave Blanket

Tucson, AZ

Jun 07, 2021
Great auction experience!
I have a long standing association with Medicine Man Gallery and all who work there. Everyone makes every effort to make all sales effortless and as I only live 5 minutes away, whatever I purchase or have won in an auction is always ready for me to pick up.
Jacob Koopee  - Hopi Redware Plate c. 1990s

Scottsdale, AZ

Jun 06, 2021
Small auction-excellent gallery and shop
Medicine Man Gallery and Mark Sublette are well know fixtures in the southwest Native American arts secondary market. Their auction history is relatively recent having two events over the last year. While not as comprehensive an operation as Hindman/Cowans, Heritage, Bonhams and others, his auctions have high quality lots, with accurate descriptions and reasonable bidding ranges. The auctions have contained a surprisingly diverse set of lots, important photography, textiles, pottery, art and multiples, baskets, and even bead work. The staff is knowledgeable, will answer condition report requests promptly, provide additional photographs, etc. I have bid in both auctions with success in multiple lots. As it turns out I have been able to drive down from Carefree to pickup my items and they have been carefully packed as if they were going to be shipped UPS of Fedex. Mark runs the auction himself, which can be interesting and entertaining. His passion for the material and for the (primarily) Native American artists is clear and appreciated. Like many galleries, particularly for secondary market items, he has a functional website. But if you are in the Tucson area it is worth a visit, particularly to see his extensive collection of Maynard Dixon work and artifacts.
Ben Wittick - A Trip To Zuni, 1897

Past Auctions from Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery & Auction