Gerard Curtis Delano, The Trail Ahead, Sold at Auction: $409,500
Philip R. Goodwin, The Call of the Wild, Sold at Auction: $140,400
Frederic Remington, Cutting Out Pony Herds, Sold at Auction: $5,625,000
Norman Rockwell, A Scout is Loyal, Sold at Auction: $4,281,000
Charles M. Russell, Buffalo Hunt #27, Sold at Auction: $1,005,000
Howard Terpning, Telling of Legends, Sold at Auction: $1,705,000
Albert Bierstadt, Sunset Over the Plains, Sold at Auction: $514,800
Henry Farny, Camp in the Foothills, Sold at Auction: $280,800
Frank Tenney Johnson, Cowboys Roping the Bear, Sold at Auction: $921,000
Alfred Jacob Miller, Lassoing Horses, Sold at Auction: $380,250
Howard Terpning, Scout’s Report, Sold at Auction: $977,000
Albert Bierstadt, Mount Rainier, Sold at Auction: $2,143,000
Henry Farny, Evening Camp, Sold at Auction: $468,000
Charles M. Russell, A Dangerous Sport, Sold at Auction: $1,471,000
Charles M. Russell, Water for Camp, Sold at Auction: $1,471,000
Eanger Irving Couse, Kachina Painter, Sold at Auction: $753,000
E. Martin Hennings, Taos Indians Homeward Bound, Sold at Auction: $659,000
Oscar Berninghaus, The Pueblos Await the Dancers, Sold at Auction: $1,471,000
Gerard Curtis Delano, Navajo, Sold at Auction: $1,247,000
E. Martin Hennings, Streamside, Sold at Auction: $1,359,000
Frank Tenney Johnson, The Sheriff's Posse, Sold at Auction: $1,079,000
Carl Rungius, Big Horns, Sold at Auction: $575,000
Charles M. Russell, The Hold Up, Sold at Auction: $5,167,000
Charles M. Russell, Blackfeet Burning Crow Buffalo Range, Sold at Auction: $2,912,000
N. C. Wyeth, Wild Bill Hickok at Cards, Sold at Auction: $2,240,000
John Clymer, Arrival of the Trade Wagons, Sold at Auction: $616,000
Tom Lovell, The Iron Shirt, Sold at Auction: $420,000
Thomas Moran, The Eternal Snows of Mt. Moran, Sold at Auction: $1,904,000
Thomas Moran, The Hance Trail-Grand Canyon of the Colorado River, Sold at Auction: $1,120,000
Maynard Dixon, Story Tellers (Montana, October 1917), Sold at Auction: $1,680,000
Charles M. Russell, Piegans, Sold at Auction: $5,600,000
Eanger Irving Couse, The Arrowmaker, Sold at Auction: $313,600
Thomas Moran, Mists in the Yellowstone, Sold at Auction: $4,928,000
Alfred Jacob Miller, Indian Village, Sold at Auction: $1,064,000
Edgar Payne, Navajo Riders, Sold at Auction: $347,200

About the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction

“Reno is home to the nation’s biggest and most successful auction of Western art.” – The Wall Street Journal

For over 25 years the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction has specialized in the finest classical Western and American Art representing past masters and outstanding contemporary artists. The auction principals have over 100 years of combined experience in selling fine art and have netted their clients well over $225 million in the last ten years alone. With scores of world record prices, let us assist you with a free evaluation of artwork. If you are considering selling contact us and discuss the benefits of the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction.

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RESULTS We are the largest auction house in the country specializing in Western and American artwork. We hold over 160 world record prices, the highest of any auction in the field, and achieve the most consistent sales for our consignors.

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CLIENT BASE Over the past 25 years we have compiled the largest mailing list in the country of major private and institutional collectors. On average 1,000 attend in person each year with hundreds more bidding by phone, Internet, and absentee.

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TRANSPARENCY There are absolutely no hidden fees when you consign with us. We pay all insurance, cataloging, and marketing costs.

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The 2014 Coeur d’Alene Art Auction

The 2014 Coeur d’Alene Art Auction – July 26th in Reno, Nevada
We are now accepting a limited number of quality consignments for our 2014 sale to be held July 26th at the Peppermill Resort Casino in Reno. For reservations, visit the Peppermill's website or call their Reservations line at 866-821-9996 and use Group Code COEUR14.

Charles M. Russell - Trail of the Iron Horse

Charles M. Russell (1864-1926)
Trail of the Iron Horse (1924), watercolor on paper, 17.5 × 27.5 inches
Estimate: $1,500,000-2,500,000
To be sold in the 2014 Coeur d'Alene Art Auction

The 2013 Coeur d'Alene Art Auction Realizes $30.5 Million
The Coeur d'Alene Art Auction realized exceptional sales throughout our 28th annual Auction, reaching a total of $30,589,818 million. The single largest event in the field of classic Western and American Art saw over 98% of all lots selling at the July 27th sale in Reno.

Frederic Remington - Cutting Out Pony Herds

Frederic Remington (1861-1909)
Cutting Out Pony Herds (1908), oil on canvas, 27 × 40 inches
Sold at Auction: $5,625,000

For more information please contact:
Mike Overby – The Coeur d'Alene Art Auction
tel. 208-772-9009 | mike@cdaartauction.com

Stuart Johnson – Settlers West Gallery
tel. 520-299-2607 | stu@settlerswest.com

Peter Stremmel – Stremmel Gallery
tel. 775-786-0558 | peter@stremmelgallery.com

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