Results of Recent Auctions From Near and Far
by Ken Hall
All prices include the buyer’s premium
An iconic drawing by folk art legend Bill Traylor, titled Goat, Camel, Lion, and Figures (1939), sold for $252,000 at an Outsider and Vernacular Art sale held January 18th by Christie’s in New York City. Also, a dye on carved and tooled leather artwork by Winfred Rembert (1945-2021), titled The Black Cat, realized $302,400; an untitled mixed media work by Thornton Dial (1928-2016) brought $107,100; and Eagle Headed Blengin by Henry Darger (1892-1973) went for $107,100.