Dallas Auction Gallery to Offer Texas and Western Art

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Wednesday, September 21, 2022, 6:00 PM Central
Dallas, Texas — Dallas Auction Gallery announces our September auction, featuring the estate of longtime Dallas dealer and collector Leonard E. Walley, a regular at many years of Western and Texas art auctions. His estate includes original Texas and Western art as well as his lifetime collection of early Native American portrait lithographs by McKenney & Hall and J.O. Lewis, Paul Jacoulet woodblock prints, and early Japanese woodblock prints. Contact us to place advance bids directly at our in-house buyer’s premium. All are invited to join us for a glass of wine or cocktail before the auction.
Highlights from the Collection
Featuring – an extensive collection of fine paintings; including (5) Jose Vives-Atsara oil paintings and (3) Edouard Leon Cortes oil paintings; plus much more including: Reveau Bassett, Merritt Mauze, Lloyd Lozes Goff, Rolla Taylor, David Brownlow, Tim Solliday, Fred Darge, Robert Wood, C. James Frazier, Wayne Baize, W. Frederick Jarvis, Exa Wall, E.P. McGill, Janet Turner, C.P. Montague, Laurence Phillip Sisson, Herb Booth, W.R. Thrasher, and many others along with bronzes, estate jewelry and a large collection of woodblock prints. 
Further details about the collection can be found online: Catalogue on LiveauctioneersInquiries/bidding:
Contact us directly to arrange absentee or phone bids at our in-house buyer’s premium.
Elaina Grinwald214-653-3900 info@dallasauctiongallery.com

Auction Date and Location Preview: Monday, September 19, 10 AM – 5 PM, Tuesday, September 20, 10 AM – 5PM
Wednesday, September 21,day-of-sale 10 AM – 6 PMAuction Starts at 6:00 PM, bar open 5 PM
In-Person Dallas Auction Gallery2223 Monitor St.Dallas, TX 75207
Live Online LiveAuctioneers.com Dallas Auction Gallery

About Dallas Auction Gallery
Dallas Auction Gallery, celebrating 20 years in business, has developed a world-wide reputation for auctioning the best in antiques, fine art, and Asian antiquities. Purchased in 2020 by Katy Alexander and Gabe Echeverry, the new owners bring a combined 25+ years of expertise in fine and decorative arts and look forward to continuing the legacy of Dallas Auction Gallery, while expanding its presence in the Texas Art market. The gallery features only the highest quality while providing impeccable client service. Dallas Auction Gallery is known internationally for integrity, straightforwardness, and personal service for both the buyer and seller. Our technology allows us to market items in a global environment, thus reaching a larger marketplace and maximizing values.
Visit our gallery in Dallas and attend an auction in person, or view us online. Talk to an auction specialist about the items and the auction process. Come see the very best in Fine Art, Contemporary Art, Western and Texas Art, Decorative Arts, Sculpture, Porcelains, Art Glass, Antique Silver, Clocks, Asian Art & Antiques, Fine Estate Jewelry, Designer Handbags and Fashion, French, Continental and American antique furniture, and much more. Now accepting consignments for November 2022 and our Spring auctions.
LOT 154 Tim Solliday “Old Hubbell Trading Post”
Tim Solliday “Old Hubbell Trading Post” oil on canvas, 2011.Signed lower right, “Solliday”. Canvas: 29″H x 40″W; Frame: 37″H x 47.5″W. PROVENANCE: Lot 21, Jackson Hole Art Auction, September 2011; The Estate of Leonard E. Walley, Dallas. Tim Solliday (American, b. 1952).Est. $10,000 – $15,000
LOT 155 Jose Vives-Atsara “Guadalupe River”
Jose Vives-Atsara “Guadalupe River Hunt, Texas“. Oil on board. Signed lower right, “Vives Atsara”. Titled on verso. Canvas: 12″H x 16″W; Frame: 18.5″H x 22.5″W. PROVENANCE: The Estate of Mrs. Burton Grossman, San Antonio, Texas. Jose Vives-Atsara (Texan/Spanish, 1919 – 2004).Est. $2,000 – $4,000
LOT 166 Eloise Polk McGill “Untitled (Bluebonnets)”
Eloise Polk McGill “Untitled (Bluebonnets)” oil on canvas.Signed lower left “E.P. McGill”. Canvas: 12″H x 18″W; Frame: 15.5″H x 21.5″W. Eloise Polk McGill (American/Texas, 1868-1939)Est. $2,000 – $3,000
LOT 159 Reveau Bassett “Mallards Landing”
Reveau Bassett “Mallards Landing” pastel on sandpaper.Signed and dated lower left, “Reveau Basset Oct ’74”, also inscribed at left “PPGCo F 6/29/32”. With label on reverse: “Rufus Higginbotham: Mallards Landing”.Site: 19.25″H x 25″W; Frame: 26″H x 32″W. PROVENANCE: Rufus Higginbotham, Dallas; The Estate of Leonard E. Walley, Dallas. Reveau Mott Bassett (American/Texas, 1897-1981).Est. $3,000 – $6,000
LOT 148
David Brownlow “Untitled (Cowboy)”
David Brownlow “Untitled (Cowboy)” oil on Masonite.Signed lower left, “David Brownlow”. Masonite: 36″H x 48″W; Frame: 41″H x 53″W. David Brownlow (American/Texas, 1915 – 2008)Est. $1,500 – $2,500
LOT 95 Fred Darge “Untitled (Landscape)”
Fred Darge “Untitled (Landscape)” oil on canvasboard.Signed lower right, “F. Darge”. Canvasboard: 12″H x 16″W; Frame: 20″H x 23.75″W. PROVENANCE: The Estate of Leonard E. Walley, Dallas. Fred Darge (American/Texas, 1900-1978).Est. $1,000 – $1,500
LOT 99 Robert Wood “Tetons”
Robert Wood “Tetons” oil on canvas.Signed lower left, “Robert Wood”. Canvas: 25″H x 30″W; Frame: 34″H x 42″W. PROVENANCE: The Estate of Leonard E. Walley, Dallas. Robert William Wood (American/Texas, 1868-1944)Est. $2,000 – $3,000
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