Western Art Collector 18
February 2009Subscribe Now Purchase a Hard Copy of Issue 18 of Western Art Collector
Bonus Native American Issue
Arts of Another Era
Native American arts and artifacts appeal to collectors for their beauty, their historical significance and their spiritual connections. By John O'Hern
Native American artists make their mark on the contemporary fine art world. By John O'Hern
Celebrating Native American Arts
Dedicated dealers, galleries, museums and shows keep Native American arts, past and present, alive and thriving for future generations to covet and collect.
Autry National Center unveils over 250 new and diverse works during its 12th annual Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale.
"WAOWing" the Mountain State
This year's Women Artists of the West National Juried Exhibition.
Art of the Americas
Marin Show: Art of the Americas marks 25 years as a premier collecting showcase of historic and contemporary art.
History, Hollywood and the Great American West
The annual High Noon Western Americana Show and Auction is a must-see for collectors passionate about the American West.
The Altermann Auction in Santa Fe proved that quality is the name of the game in the Western Art Market.
$105.1 million in sales for 2008 is the third highest total ever for the American Paintings sale at Christie's.
A new record for a Taos artist and steady interest in other offerings was enough to push the Sotheby's December sale of American paintings past the $25 million marker.