On November 9, 2019, Santa Fe Art Auction will host its Signature Annual Live Auction at a much expanded 12,800 Square Foot facility at the Baca Railyard close to the heart of Santa Fe. The new facility boasts a fully-equipped photography studio, art handlers’ workshop, and sophisticated climate-controlled art storage in addition to a 3,000 SF dedicated auction room. The move comes as the auction house has continued to add to a year-round program of curated online-only sales supplementing the Signature Live Auction that has been a fixture on the Santa Fe calendar for more than 25 years.


Saturday, November 9 at 12:30 PM MST
932 Railfan Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Friday, November 8 from 10 AM – 8 PM MST
932 Railfan Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Saturday, November 9 from 9 AM – 12 PM MST
932 Railfan Road, Santa Fe, NM 87505

Condition Reports

November 2019 Live Auction Condition Reports
These reports are grouped in segments of 25 and are available to download and review.

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2019 Catalogue

Browse the 2019 Santa Fe Art Auction Catalogue
Catalogues will mail the last week in October.

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2019 Collection

Mrs. Harold C. Price Jr. Collection

Among more than 350 Lots scheduled to appear on the block, are icons of American art from Albert Bierstadt, F.P. Sauerwein, J.H. Sharp, and Maynard Dixon to Howard Cook, Joseph Fleck, Fritz Scholder, James Havard and Paul Pletka. This year, the auction house is pleased to be featuring highlights from several important single-owner collections, including an intimate selection from The Estate of Mrs. Harold Charles (Carolyn) Price, Jr. Frank Lloyd Wright was a great friend of the Price family in Bartlesville, Oklahoma, and designed the H.C. Price Jr. residence, “Hillside” as well as the famed Price Tower, commissioned by H.C. Price Sr. and completed in 1956. Carolyn Price (1927-2018) had a deep affinity for the Southwest and spent a great deal of time in Santa Fe, NM. Treasured artworks that remained with Mrs. Price until last year include paintings by Susan Hertel, Richard Schmid and Nancy Guzik as well as early Navajo photographs by Laura Gilpin.

2019 Estate

Patricia Janis Broder Estate

Important selections from the Patricia Janis Broder Estate will also appear at this year’s auction. Broder (1937-2002) was an acclaimed writer and historian of Western Art, and a particular champion of American Indian art in the 20th century. Appearing for the first time will be major paintings by Oscar Howe, Charles Lovato, Joe Herrera, Milland Lomakema, Mike Kabotie, Neil David Sr., Terrance Talaswaima and Delbridge Honanie, as well as the American Indian women artists she was the first to document in her 1999 book, “Earth Songs, Moon Dreams”, including Helen Hardin, Pablita Velarde, Pop Chalee, and Jaune Quick-to-See-Smith.