Ernie Barnes and Fred Eversley headline Post-War & Contemporary Art Auction at Hindman

Ernie Barnes and Fred Eversley headline Post-War & Contemporary Art Auction at Hindman

Hindman will offer a compelling selection of contemporary American art in its September 28th auction, highlighted by distinguished names who have recently taken the art world by storm. Among the dynamic offering in this month’s Post-War & Contemporary Art auction, works by Ernie Barnes, Fred Eversley and Nathaniel Mary Quinn are those expected to see the most passionate bidding competition. While the artworks themselves can all be considered master works, the stories behind them are equally as compelling. A strong selection of large-scale abstract paintings by Giorgio Cavallon, Gene Davis, Ron Davis, Friedel Dzubas, Suzan Frecon and Paul Jenkins will be featured in a session of nonobjective works. Legendary Chicago Imagists will also be on the roster, with paintings by Roger Brown and Ray Yoshida. Works by Leon Golub, Arnulf Rainer, Andy Warhol and John Wilde will round out the sale.Ernie Barnes’ Untit
Hindman will offer a compelling selection of contemporary American art in its September 28th auction, highlighted by distinguished names who have recently taken the art world by storm. Among the dynamic offering in this month’s Post-War & Contemporary Art auction, works by Ernie Barnes, Fred Eversley and Nathaniel Mary Quinn are those expected to see the most passionate bidding competition. While the artworks themselves can all be considered master works, the stories behind them are equally as compelling. A strong selection of large-scale abstract paintings by Giorgio Cavallon, Gene Davis, Ron Davis, Friedel Dzubas, Suzan Frecon and Paul Jenkins will be featured in a session of nonobjective works. Legendary Chicago Imagists will also be on the roster, with paintings by Roger Brown and Ray Yoshida. Works by Leon Golub, Arnulf Rainer, Andy Warhol and John Wilde will round out the sale.Ernie Barnes’ Untit