Tarleton Blackwell Sold at Auction Prices
b. 1956 -See Artist Details
- Dec. 02, 2023Est: $400 - $600
Tarleton Blackwell b. 1956 Hog Series CLIX: Morning Tea 11 1996 lithograph on wove paper 30 x 22-1/4 inches Signed, titled numbered 3/70 Resounding Heart Portfolio, Published by Hand Graphics, Santa Fe, Mexico Provenance: private collection, Los Angeles, CA from the University of Rochester: Blackwellâs memories of growing up on a pig farm in South Carolina are the inspiration for his Hog Series. He states, âI have tried to portray hogs with dignity and respect, while at the same time revealing and sharing some of my past personal experiences.â Blackwell was influenced by the works of the Spanish master Diego Velazquez and explains that âthe essence of the Hog Series can be related to the way he depicted jesters and dwarfs of King Philip IVâs court as equals to their master.âBlack Art Auction
- Oct. 13, 2023Est: $600 - $1,200
Tarleton Blackwell (American b. 1956), 'Hog Series CCLXXX: Clear and Present Danger II', 2009, oil on canvas, depicting an abstract scene including animal faces, signed to lower right, signed en verso, framed. All proceeds from the sale of this Lot will benefit the Fay Gold Respiratory Research Fund at National Jewish Health, Denver, CO, to help patients with complex lung conditions. Approximate dimensions: canvas h. 20", w. 16"; frame h. 24.625", w. 20.5", d. 1.375"Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
- Feb. 06, 2021Est: $500 - $700
Tarleton Blackwell b. 1956 Hog Series CLIX: Morning Tea II 1996 stone lithograph 30-1/2 x 22-1/2 inches (full sheet) Signed, titled, dated, and numbered 9/70 From the Resounding Heart Colophon, a set of eight lithographs published by Hand Graphics, Santa Fe, New Mexico.Black Art Auction
- Apr. 23, 2020Est: $25 - $25,000
Tarleton Blackwell (SC, born 1956), Hog Series LVI: Meat Market/Butcher Guide graphite, prismacolor and watercolor, signed, matted and framed. DOA 30 x 37 in. Private Corporate Collection, Charlotte, North Carolina Additional high-resolution photos are available at LelandLittle.comLeland Little Auctions
- Jan. 03, 2016Est: $300 - $500
Tarleton Blackwell (American, b.1956). "Unity Series II: Sisterhood" - 1995, lithograph in colors on wove paper, limited edition 801/1500, pencil titled lower left margin, pencil numbered lower center margin, pencil signed and dated lower right margin. Genre painting depicting four young African American girls in an interior with brick walls, floor, and fireplace in view, the young girls dressed in costumes symbolizing four Pan Hellenic sororities in the setting of the historic Mann-Simons Cottage Museum of African-American Culture in Columbia, S.C., the room scattered with various Green lettered items. Framed approximately 30.25" x 34.75". Sight size approximately 21" x 25.5". Provenance: From the Private Collection of Benno & Babette Rothschild, Columbus, Georgia. Note: The U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria requested the original life size oil painting that this lithograph reproduces be exhibited in the ambassadorial residence in Lagos, Nigeria from 2001-2003.Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.
- Mar. 25, 2012Est: $1,000 - $2,000
Tarleton Blackwell (South Carolina, b. 1956) BLACK HOUSE, MONA LISA (Hog Series, CCXXIV, Cinderella Section, LXVII) graphite and watercolor, framed, signed & dated: lower right, 01 sheet size: H19 1/2" W16" Provenance: Sumter, South Carolina private collection.Charlton Hall
- May. 03, 2008Est: $1,000 - $2,000
Tarleton Blackwell drawing (South Carolina, born 1956), "Greatest Show of Hogs", signed bottom middle "®1991 Tarleton Blackwell", charcoal, pastel, prismacolor and watercolor on paper, 39-3/8 x 31-3/4 in., page 40 x 46 in.; modern burlwood frame. Not removed from frame, good condition; frame with abrasions. Fay Gold Gallery, Atlanta, Georgia; The Estate of the Late Charles B. Perry, Jr., Atlanta, GeorgiaBrunk Auctions