Charleston, South Carolina – -(Ammoland.com)-This dynamic auction brings to the block more than 450 lots of American paintings, drawings, prints, folk art, bird decoys, and antique fly rods.
Featuring works from the collections of Richard and Lynn Gove, Ernest and Carolyn Kramer, Blair Ledingham, Grant Nelson, and the estate of Joyce and Larry Huffman.
Selected artwork includes Trappers on the Lake by Frank E. Schoonover (1877-1972), four watercolors and over thirty etchings by Frank W. Benson (1862-1951), two major oil paintings by Edmund H. Osthaus (1858-1928), an important swan decoy by Charles Birch (1867-1956), and several exceptional carvings by the Ward Brothers, including a pair of life-size flying mallards ($40,000-50,000).
The Winter Sale 2017
February 17 | 11am
The American Theater | 446 King Street
Charleston, South Carolina
About Copley Fine Arts
Copley Fine Art Auctions is the world’s leading American sporting art auction company. Located in Boston, Copley specializes in antique decoys and 19th- and 20th-century American, sporting, and wildlife paintings. Copley’s bi-annual sales are the premier events for collectors of sporting art, decoys, fishing collectibles, and other related folk art. Quality objects start at $100 and range to over a million dollars. Visit : http://www.copleyart.com/