How the West Was Won

Catherine D. Anspon
Posted:
October 02, 2012

Just in: Heritage Auction’s Modern and Contemporary Art Signature Auction — curated by department head and art historian Frank Hettig — is brimming with rare pop treasures. Among the highlights are a suite of understated black-and-white Lichtenstein drawings (well-timed with the late artist’s worldwide traveling retrospective), and from 1986, Andy Warhol’s take on the wild west, an Annie Oakley color screenprint (estimate $15,000 – $25,000), perfect for a modern cowgirl. Also starring on the block at Heritage’s Slocum Street Dallas locale are a rediscovered, newly authenticated Richard Diebenkorn and a very droll Marcel Dzama, joined by offerings by avant-gardist Vik Muniz, Robert Longo and Tim Eitel. Modern & Contemporary Art Signature Auction, Tuesday, October 23, 10 am (Previews October 20 – 23); Heritage Auctions, 1518 Slocum St., 214.409.1444; ha.com.

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