Rembrandt etching earns top lot status at Dallas Auction Gallery
DALLAS — Dallas Auction Gallery realized strong results in Contemporary art in their November 17 Fine and Decorative Art Auction. The sale featured a large selection of contemporary art from Dallas’ TXU Energy Corporate Art Collection, all of which was formerly part of the LA-based Atlantic-Richfield (ARCO) corporate art collection.
Prints and works on paper led the sale, with Self-Portrait with Sabre, a 1634 Rembrandt etching from the estate of art collector Walter Stein, cousin of Gertrude Stein, selling for $20,000.
Artworks from the TXU collection that performed well include a portfolio of 20 Sol LeWitt serigraphs from 1981, collectively dubbed Lines in Two Directions and In Five Colors with All Their Combinations, which realized $18,750.
Also, Texas artist Dan Rizzie’s 1983 mixed media on board piece The Blood of the Poet achieved $10,625, and Harshwillowsweepforclover, an early Stanley Boxer painting sold for $18,750.
Leading the jewelry lots was a 3.10 carat European cut diamond ring, which realized $13,750.
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