Dec 12, 2023 11:00 EST

Fine Art & Photographs

 
Lot 3214
 

3214

Bill (William Clinton) Schenck

American, b. 1947
Incident Near Cedar Creek, 1972
Signed and dated Schenck Mar. 72 on the reverse; also inscribed Wyoming Plus XVII and as titled on the reverse
Oil on canvas
72 1/4 x 83 1/2 inches (183.5 x 212.1 cm)

Provenance:
Carlo Lamagna Gallery, New York
Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York

Sold for $11,340
Estimated at $4,000 - $6,000

Includes Buyer's Premium


 

American, b. 1947
Incident Near Cedar Creek, 1972
Signed and dated Schenck Mar. 72 on the reverse; also inscribed Wyoming Plus XVII and as titled on the reverse
Oil on canvas
72 1/4 x 83 1/2 inches (183.5 x 212.1 cm)

Provenance:
Carlo Lamagna Gallery, New York
Louis K. Meisel Gallery, New York

There are a few light scratches in the center towards the bottom edge. A couple of small cracks in the paint layer are present near the gun.

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Auction: Fine Art & Photographs, Dec 12, 2023

  • Work on Paper by Will Barnett Topped Fine Art Auction on December 12, 2023
  • Affordable Art Spanning the Post-War Years to the Present Day
  • Comprised Lots 3130 - 3223 in the Auction


NEW YORK, NY -- Doyle held an auction of Fine Art on December 12, 2023 showcasing affordable paintings, drawings, prints and sculpture spanning the Post-War years to the present day by established and emerging artists. Exciting opportunities abound for seasoned bidders and new collectors alike in this popular sale category.

Will Barnett
Highlighting the sale was a drawing in pencil and crayon, Study for the Blue Robe, by Will Barnett (1911-1962) that soared past its $2,000-3,000 estimate to achieve $18,900. With a career spanning over eight decades, Will Barnet focused on representational work with clean, flattened graphics often depicting serene, enigmatic scenes. From 1962, Study for the Blue Robe is representative of Barnet's new direction, employing figures that are carefully balanced, with unique form and motion.


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