The top 5 lots based on selling price with buyer's premium are as follows:
Lot 53, Charles White's Songs of Life, pen and ink on board, 1953-54 sold for $144,000 to a collector. Although this work passed the $100,000 mark, it did not reach its low estimate of $150,000.
Lot 34, Norman Lewis' Magenta Haze, oil on canvas, 1947 sold for $96,000 to a dealer.
Lot 41, Norman Lewis, Untitled (Circular Procession of Figures), oil on canvas, 1953 sold for $90,000 to a collector. Of the top 5 lots, this is the only work that reached its high estimate ($75,000).
Lot 9, Henry Ossawa Tanner's Christ and Nicodemus (Early Study), oil on cardstock, circa 1923 sold for $90,000 to a collector.
Lot 8, Henry Ossawa Tanner's Flight Into Egypt, oil on wood panel, circa 1916-22 sold for $84,000 to a dealer.
|Allan Rohan Crite, Douglass Square|
|Rex Goreleigh, Spring Pruning|
|Richard Mayhew, Sacred Path|
|Louis Delsarte, Reunion|