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KNOXVILLE, Tenn. — Bidders lavished attention and dollars on 20th-century art at Case’s Winter Auction, setting new auction highs for multiple Southern artists. The Jan. 28-29 sale was a success across categories, racking up a 98.4% sell-through rate overall and exceeding the total high estimate by $500,000.
CRAWFORD, Va. – The Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates November 17-20 Premier Americana Auction produced robust, even record-setting, prices in multiple categories. It was the firm’s strongest sale to date. The four-day event consisted of more than 1,800 lots of high-quality material and generated strong levels of participation for the firm, a solid indication of continued vigor in the diverse Americana marketplace.
CRAWFORD, Va. – Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates is pleased to announce its 41st Semi-Annual Premier Americana Auction to be held November 18-20. The three-day event features nearly 1,200 lots, including two important single-owner collections of folk art and Americana as well as a large selection of excellent material from various individuals, estates, and institutions. Absentee and Internet live bidding will be available through LiveAuctioneers.
CINCINNATI – On September 30, Hindman Auctions realized more than $2.1 million in its American Furniture, Folk and Decorative Arts Auction. The sale set a new world auction record for an Andrew Clemens sand bottle, which shattered its presale estimate and sold for $956,000. Offered with an estimate of $100,000-$150,000, the sand bottle received heated bidding activity, with 64 bids being placed during a six-minute period from $70,000 to the final sale price.
SAVANNAH, Ga. – Those who have always yearned to own an original Grandma Moses oil painting will have the rare opportunity to make that happen when Everard Auctions presents the revered New England artist’s Deep Snow as the headliner of its June 8-9 online auction. Fresh to the market after more than 40 years of private ownership, the prized artwork’s provenance goes back directly to Grandma Moses herself.