Philip R. Goodwin, In A Tight Corner, Sold at Auction: $119,000
Philip R. Goodwin, Moose Hunters, Sold at Auction: $107,100
Martin Grelle, Lost and Found, Sold at Auction: $190,400
E. Martin Hennings, Riders in the Sage, Sold at Auction: $267,750
Frank Tenney Johnson, Return from the Hunt, Sold at Auction: $327,250
William R. Leigh, A Close Call, Sold at Auction: $1,155,000
William R. Leigh, Tid Bits, Sold at Auction: $267,750
Tom Lovell, U.S. Dragoons in Texas, 1851, Sold at Auction: $107,100
Thomas Moran, The Rio Virgin, Southern Utah, Sold at Auction: $651,000
Edgar Payne, Arizona Country, Sold at Auction: $113,050
Edgar Payne, Desert Sky, Sold at Auction: $130,900
Frederic Remington, We Have Got the Men and the Corn and the Money and the Mules, Sold at Auction: $154,700
Carl Rungius, High Country Monarch, Sold at Auction: $386,750
Carl Rungius, In His Prime, Sold at Auction: 190,400
Carl Rungius, Out of the Canyon, Sold at Auction: $476,000
Charles M. Russell, Montana Winter, Sold at Auction: $565,250
Charles M. Russell, Wild Horses, Sold at Auction: $416,500
Howard Terpning, Along the Old North Trail, Sold at Auction: $154,700
Howard Terpning, Posing for Posterity, Sold at Auction: $226,100
Howard Terpning, The Pipe Holder, Sold at Auction: $327,250
Howard Terpning, Whiskey Smugglers, Sold at Auction: $819,000

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The 2017 Coeur d’Alene Art Auction Realizes Over $16.1 Million in Sales

The annual Coeur d’Alene Art Auction was held July 29 at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno. A standing-room-only crowd of over 500 bidders packed the auction room for the single largest event in the field of classic Western and American Art. Total sales for the 323-lot event exceeded the $16.1 million mark with 96% of all lots selling.

The 2017 Coeur d’Alene Art Auction – Sale Results
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Click here to view the catalog of works featured in the 2017 Auction

William R. Leigh – A Close Call (1943)

William R. Leigh (b. 1927)
A Close Call (1943), oil on canvas, 35 × 30 inches
Estimate: $800,000-1,200,000
Sold at the 2017 Coeur d’Alene Art Auction: $1,155,000

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