2019 Art Auction Lot 61: Unbridled Spirit
bronze by Sally Jackson
The American Saddlebred Museum's Art, Antique, and Rare Book Auction has earned its reputation as a venue at which a variety of serious equine artwork, antiques, collectibles, rare books, and historic artifacts can be purchased. Artwork in all media is considered and work includes oils, watercolors, pastels, charcoals, bronze sculptures, vintage posters, lithographs, and stained glass. The focus of the auction is particularly Saddlebred items, but coaching, Thoroughbred, Standardbred, draft horse, Hackney, and Morgan artwork are included. The auction draws and specializes in works by George Ford Morris, and has expanded to include any sporting subject by Morris.
In addition to Morris, other artists represented in the 2019 auction included W. S. Vanderbilt Allen, John Thomas Berry, Edwin Bogucki, Anne Crawford, James L. Crow, Alvin Dover, Susan Dudula, J. B. Greuze, Helen Hayes, J. F. Herring, Martha Huff, Sally McClure Jackson, Maretta Kennedy, Hooshang Khorasani, Jane B. Meyer, Jeanne Newton, Wyatt Lilly, Edward Penfield, Jessie Pettie, Karen Pierre, Gwen Reardon, Fred S. Tolman, George Singerly, Henry Stull, T. Clarence Underwood, and Frank Whitney.
If you would like more information about the auction, to be added to the catalog mailing list, or have a piece you'd like to consign in a future auction, please email [email protected]
or call (859) 259-2746.
The next Equine Art, Antique, and Rare Book Auction will take place in July 2021. To prepare for this much loved event, the Museum is accepting consignments until February 1, 2021. Saddlebred and equine artwork in all media is considered. Historic Saddlebred artifacts, rare books, equine jewelry and collectibles are also welcome.
A committee selects approximately 60 items each year for inclusion in the sale, trying to ensure a variety in media, subject matter and pricing. If you have a work to consign, contact Amy Nelson at [email protected] or (859) 259-2746 ext. 344 to request a consignment package.