Albert Bierstadt, Seals on the Rocks, Estimate: $400,000 – 600,000
John Clymer, Prairie Raiders, Estimate: $100,000 – 150,000
John Clymer, Trader at Pierre’s Hole Rendezvous, Estimate: $300,000 – 500,000
Eanger Irving Couse, Campfire in the Aspens (ca. 1909-10), Estimate: $150,000 – 250,000
Gerard Curtis Delano, The Council, Estimate: $200,000 – 300,000
Maynard Dixon, Whetstone Mountains, Arizona (1944), Estimate: $80,000 – 120,000
Harvey Dunn, The Homesteaders (1908), Estimate: $100,000 – 150,000
William Herbert Dunton, Return from the Hunt (1908), Estimate: $150,000 – 250,000
Henry Farny, Crow Warrior (1897), Estimate: $100,000 – 150,000
Philip R. Goodwin, Dangerous Sport, Estimate: $250,000 – 350,000
Victor Higgins, Taos in Autumn, Estimate: $200,000 – 300,000
Thomas Hill, On the Banks of the Merced River (1895), Estimate: $150,000 – 250,000
Peter Hurd, Fence Rider (1967), Estimate: $80,000 – 120,000
Frank Tenney Johnson, Riders Loping In (1936), Estimate: $300,000 – 500,000
William R. Leigh, Embarrassed (Range Pony in Town) (ca. 1910), Estimate: $600,000 – 900,000
William R. Leigh, The Narrowing Circle (1916), Estimate: $500,000 – 750,000
Tom Lovell, The Blackfeet Wall (1978), Estimate: $200,000 – 300,000
Mark Maggiori, Moonlight Solitaire (2017), Estimate: $80,000 – 120,000
Mark Maggiori, Riders in the Storm (2017), Estimate: $80,000 – 120,000
Thomas Moran, Monterey Coast (1920), Estimate: $500,000 – 750,000
Thomas Moran, Yellowstone Lake (ca. 1874), Estimate: $150,000 – 250,000
Kyle Polzin, Awaiting Her Beloved (2013), Estimate: $70,000 – 100,000
Frederic Remington, Boots and Saddles (ca. 1890-91), Estimate: $300,000 – 500,000
Charles M. Russell, The Ambush, Estimate: $400,000 – 600,000
Howard Terpning, Army Mules No More (1981), Estimate: $600,000 – 900,000
Howard Terpning, Gathering at Dawn (1979), Estimate: $200,000 – 300,000
Howard Terpning, Lady of the House (2006), Estimate: $500,000 – 750,000

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 35 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 over $400 million in the last twenty 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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Selling with the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction

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.

Sales Rate 96% of all lots are sold on average, the best in the industry.

Client Base Over the past 35 years we have compiled the largest mailing list in the country of major private and institutional collectors. On average 500 attend in person each year with hundreds more bidding by phone, Internet, and absentee.

Marketing Our extensive national print and Internet advertising campaigns along with direct marketing to top collectors ensures we reach the most active buyers.

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

Convenience We are readily available to assist with the shipping, restoration and framing of artwork. All costs for these services are fronted by the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction, so there are no upfront costs to you.

Catalogs Our catalogs are the finest and most extensively researched in the industry. We furnish the highest quality photography and descriptions for your items.

Reputation We are the auction house of choice for major museums, corporations, and notable private collections. Whether you have an extensive collection, or individual painting, you may rest assured your consignment will be handled in a professional manner to maximize its value.

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The 2024 Coeur d’Alene Art Auction
July 27 in Reno, Nevada

Frederic Remington – A “Wind Jammer” (1896)

The complete catalog of works featured in the 2024 Auction to be held July 27 at the Grand Sierra Resort in Reno is available for online viewing.

Live online bidding is offered through Bidsquare at no additional fee.

The Auction offers absentee and phone bidding as a complimentary service: sign up online or download the formSubmit by July 25

Online Catalog & Bidding

The complete 2024 Auction catalog is available online
Live online bidding with Bidsquare – No additional fee
Fill out the absentee & phone bid form – Submit by July 25
Download the absentee & phone bid form – Submit by July 25

Auction Schedule of Events

Friday, July 26, 2024
 Preview: 9 am - 5 pm
Edward S. Curtis: Printing the Legends
  book signing by Dr. Larry Len Peterson: 5 - 6 pm
 Preview Party: 6 - 8 pm
Saturday, July 27, 2024  Preview: 8 - 11 am
 Breakfast: 9:30 - 10:30 am
 Auction: 11 am

Catalog & Event Tickets

Auction catalogs and event tickets may be purchased online or by calling our office at 208-772-9009.

Room Reservations

For room reservations, visit the Grand Sierra Resort’s website or call their reservations line at 800-501-2651.

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Contact the Coeur d’Alene Art Auction

Mike OverbyCoeur d’Alene Art Auction
Hayden, Idaho
tel 208-772-9009

Stuart JohnsonSettlers West Gallery
Tucson, Arizona
tel 520-299-2607

Peter StremmelStremmel Gallery
Reno, Nevada
tel 775-786-0558