Western and Native American Art, Antiques and Collectibles Show and Auction

Runners wait outside the Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibits Hall before The Cowtown race.

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The Western and Native American art, antiques and collectibles show and auction are June 10-11 in the Amon G. Carter Jr. Exhibit Hall in Fort Worth.

-Attendees can buy, sell or trade with more than 100 exceptional vendors of the finest in authentic western fine art, collectibles, apparel, jewelry, home design, antique & historic firearms, boots, spurs and saddles. For those interested in authentic Native American art and collectibles there will be jewelry, baskets, pots, rugs, art and clothing.

-Book signing by Steve Friesen and Francois Chladiuk of their book being released around May 27: “Lakota Performers in Europe: Their Culture and the Artifacts They Left Behind”. Friesen narrates the Lakotas’ experiences participating in the 1935 Brussels International Exhibition. In the process, he also tells the tale of collector François Chladiuk, who acquired the Lakotas’ artifacts in 2004. Chladiuk, owner of the Western Shop in Brussels, Belgium, will also meet guests and tell his story at the show. Additional information is in the attached release.

-An auction on Saturday, June 10, offers more than 400 lots of fine art, authentic cowboy collectibles and Native American antiques. Of special interest is an Alfred Jacob Miller painting from the 1860’s, an Olaf Wieghorst painting and items from Snuff Garrett’s legendary collection of Hollywood Cowboy Memorabilia. Among the notable auction items is an important Alfred Jacob Miller painting commissioned in the 1860’s along with other fine Native American and cowboy artifacts from the estate of Bill Lenox. As you probably know, Lenox was a Dallas, philanthropist, entrepreneur and owner of Bob’s Steak and Chop House. Additional Lenox information attached. The Auction and preview are both free and open to the public.

In addition to the great vendors, the show features tasting samples of salsas, sauces, rubs, marinades and more from Go Texan members; seminars on a variety of topics from Buffalo Bill to Navajo textile (schedule in process); a scavenger hunt for kids, and much more.
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