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Below is a recent realized price for a piece of Robert Colescott acrylic. We at Nate D. Sanders Auctions can obtain up to these amounts or more for you:

Robert Colescott acrylic. Sold for nearly $50,000.

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Here are some recent items that our auction house, Nate D. Sanders (http://www.NateDSanders.com) has sold:

Norman Rockwell Oil on Canvas Painting of Richard Nixon — The National Portrait Gallery Study for ”Mr. President (Richard Nixon)”, Painted in 1968

Norman Rockwell oil on canvas painting of Richard Nixon, signed ”Norman / Rockwell” at lower right. Painting is the study for ”Mr. President (Richard Nixon)”, which resides in the National Portrait Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, and was published in the 4 February 1969 issue of ”Look” magazine, captioned ”Weighed, yet buoyed, by the American past and present, Richard M. Nixon, 37th President, faces the future in this Rockwell portrait”. Rockwell painted this study in late 1968 of then President-Elect Richard Nixon, a man whose portrait he found ”elusive” but whose features here are unmistakenly Nixon, revealing at the same time both the guardedness and warmth of the 37th President. As the premiere portraitist of the 20th century, one would expect no less from Rockwell. Oil on canvas measures 14” x 11”. Provenance is from Judy Goffman Fine Art of New York, and then subsequently the Charles E. Sigety Collection. Exhibited at the Mississippi Museum of Art in ”Norman Rockwell: The Great American Storyteller” from 2 March-15 May 1988, no. 64. Painting is in very good condition, with a stretcher bar mark along upper edge. Wax lined, with no inpainting. Sold for $125,000.

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Norman Rockwell Oil on Canvas Painting. Click to enlarge

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Ray Bradbury Personally Owned ”Modern Gothic” Oil Painting by Joseph Mugnaini — The Second Painting Purchased by Bradbury

Art by Joseph Mugnaini from the personal collection of his friend Ray Bradbury. Classic of both Mugnaini and the period, this is the second Mugnaini painting purchased by Bradbury, in the beginning of their long collaboration. Oil painting titled ”Modern Gothic” depicts an ominous-looking gothic mansion, made modern by the graffiti-ed urban foreground. Painting is signed, ”Mugnaini” at lower left. Gallery exhibition stickers are affixed to verso dated 1952, 53 and 54. Measures approximately 23” x 36.5”, matted and framed to an overall size of 28.5” x 41.75”. Frame shows wear but art appears near fine. With a COA from the Ray Bradbury estate. Sold for $21,048.

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Joseph Mugnaini Art. Click to enlarge.

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Thomas Hart Benton Oil Painting on Paper — “Construction Workers” — Circa 1923

Thomas Hart Benton oil painting entitled “Construction Workers”. 9″ x 6.75″ oil on paper, circa 1923. Benton, a leader of the regionalist movement, was a muralist, social critic and teacher of other artists, including Jackson Pollock. His subject matter honored everyday American life, often ordinary people, such as these workers, in the throes of hard work. Provenance: William Neuse, New York (acquired directly from the artist).  Sold for $20,900.

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Thomas Hart Benton Oil Painting on Paper — “Construction Workers” — Circa 1923

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