Inaugural Sporting Art Auction Set for Wednesday at Keeneland

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Updated: 11/18/2013 1:02 pm
The inaugural Sporting Art Auction featuring fine sporting art, American paintings and sculpture from renowned artists will take place Wednesday, November 20th, at 4 pm in the Keeneland Sales Pavilion.

Keeneland and Cross Gate Gallery of Lexington will present the Sporting Art Auction as part of a new collaboration between the world’s largest Thoroughbred auction house and the country’s premier gallery of fine sporting art and contemporary British figurative painting.

Among the 174 high-quality lots to be offered are pieces by Sir John Frederick Herring Sr., Sir Alfred J. Munnings, Edward Troye, Franklin Voss, Peter Curling and Andre Pater. The auction also includes works by three generations of Wyeths


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