Smith Tucker

(1940 ) - Artworks
TUCKER Smith Thecut Bank

Coeur d'Alene /Jul 24, 2010
62,363.58 - 93,545.37
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Smith Tucker - Buffalo Cow And Calf

Smith Tucker - Buffalo Cow And Calf

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Lot number: 76
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Tucker Smith Artworks in this Event : Buffalo Cow and Calf 12 by 16 inches Watercolor This piece is in very good condition. To the unaided eye, there are no issues.Under UV light, there are no signs of restoration or repair. The frame is in good condition. The frame is western style wood and the work is double matted under glass.
Smith Tucker - Bull Elk Head

Smith Tucker - Bull Elk Head

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Lot number: 341
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Artist : Smith, Tucker Title : Bull Elk Head Date of Birth and Death : b. 1940 Medium : Oil on canvas Dimensions : 11 x 13 inches Signed : Signed lower left and dated 01 AuctionLocation: 7176 E Main Street, Scottsdale, Arizona, 85251, United States Taxes: CS (1.65%) SA (7.3%) Buyer's Premiums: From (Incl.) To (Excl.) Premium 0.00 500,000.00 15% 500,000.00 Infinite 12% Shipping Details: No InfoAvailable Payment Details: Wire instructions: First Fidelity Bank 7401 E. Camelback Road Scottsdale, AZ 85251 Account Name: Scottsdale Art Auction Route # 122105184 Account # 6448301028 We accept all major credit cards and paypal up to$10,000.00 Accepted Payment Methods: See Payment Details BUYER’’’’SPREMIUM The purchase price payable by the Purchaser shall be the total of the final bid price PLUS A PREMIUM OF FIFTEEN PERCENT (15%) on any individual lot in the amount upto and including $500,000; TWELVE PERCENT (12%) on anyindividual lot on the amount in excess of $500,000. This premium is inaddition to any commissions or other charges payable by the consignor. Auction The art illustrated in this catalogue will be offered for sale onApril 2, 2011 by Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC on premises at 7176 MainStreet, Scottsdale, Arizona. Telephone Bidding As a courtesy to clients who are unable to attend the sale, atelephone and order (absentee) bid service will be offered as staff and timeallow. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC shall not be responsible for any errorsor omissions or failure to execute such bids. Contact ScottsdaleArt Auction, LLC at (480) 945-0225 (or register online) early for arrangements as telephone lines will be allocated on a first comebasis. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC will arrange for telephone lines onlots with a minimum estimate of $5,000 and over. Absentee Bidding and Fax Confidential absentee bid orders for auction items may alsobe completed and will be executed by Scottsdale Art Auction, LLCon behalf of the Purchaser during the auction. Scottsdale ArtAuction, LLC shall not be responsible for any errors or omissions orfailure to execute such intent to purchase orders or auction bids. This catalogue, as may be amended by posted notice or oralsalesroom announcement, represents Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC’’’’s entireagreement with any and all purchasers of the Property listed herein. Thefollowing are Procedures, Terms and Conditions on which all suchProperty listed is offered for sale by Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC as agentfor various owners or other Consignors: 1. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC reserves the right to withdrawProperty at any time before or at the sale and shall have no liability forsuch withdrawal. 2. All Property will be sold “AS IS”. With respect to each lotof Property, Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC does not make anyguarantees, warranties or representations, expressed or implied, as to merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, thecorrectness of the catalogue or the authenticity or description of the Property,its physical condition, size, quality, rarity, importance,medium, provenance, exhibitions, literature or historical relevance.No statement, anywhere, whether oral or written, whether made inthe catalogue, an advertisement, a bill of sale, a salesroom posting or announcement, or elsewhere, shall bedeemed such a warranty, representation or assumption of liability. In noevent shall Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC be responsible forgenuineness, authorship, attribution, provenance, period, culture, source,origin or condition of the purchased Property and no verbal statementsmade regarding the Property either before or after the sale of theProperty, or in any bill of sale, invoice or catalogue or advertisement orelsewhere shall be deemed such a guarantee of genuineness, orauthenticity. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if within ten (10) calendar daysafter the purchase of any lot of Property, the Purchaser provides anopinion by a recognized authority on the artist and gives notice in writingto Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC that the lot is not authentic, andreturns the purchased lot to Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC, within ten (10)days of its purchase in the same condition as when sold, thenScottsdale Art Auction, LLC will refund the full purchase price to thePurchaser. It shall be in the sole discretion of Scottsdale Art Auction, LLCas to whether the opinion provided by the Purchaser is an opinion bya recognized authority on the artist. 3. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC and/or Auctioneer reserves theright to reject any bids. The highest bidder acknowledged by theAuctioneer shall be the Purchaser. In the event of any dispute betweenbidders, the Auctioneer will have absolute and final discretion to eitherdetermine the successful bidder or to re-offer and resell the Property itemin dispute. After the sale, Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC’’’’s record offinal sale shall be conclusive. 4. At the fall of the Auctioneer’’’’s hammer, the Purchaser shall (a)be acknowledged by bidder number by the auctioneer, (b) pay thehammer price and a buyer’’’’s premium as outlined above. In addition,Purchaser may be required to sign a confirmation of purchase. All sales arefinal with no exchanges or returns. 5. Unless exempted by law, the Purchaser will be required to payany and all Arizona state and local sales tax or, in the event ofdeliveries outside the state, it is the Purchaser’’’’s responsibility to pay anyapplicable compensating use tax of another state on the total purchaseprice. 6. Terms for all purchases will be cash, check or credit card (VISA/MasterCard/American Express) with settlement andpayment due in full the day of the sale unless otherwise arranged. Allmonies shall be made payable to Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC. At thediscretion of Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC, payment will not be deemed tohave been made in full until funds represented by checks have beencollected or the authenticity of bank or cashier’’’’s checks has beenconfirmed. Credit cards will not be accepted for purchases in excess of$10,000 on the total amount purchased at the sale. 7. No item of Property may be paid for or removed fromScottsdale Art Auction, LLC during the sale. After the sale has beencompleted and after the purchase price has been paid in full, Property mustbe removed from the saleroom at the Purchaser’’’’s expense not laterthan three business days following the sale. Scottsdale Art Auction, LLCwill, as a service to Purchasers, arrange to have Property packed,insured and shipped, all charges at the expense and entire risk ofPurchaser. 8. Some items of Property may be offered subject to a “reserve”or confidential minimum price below which the item will not be sold.In such instances, Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC may implement thereserve by bidding through the Auctioneer on behalf of the Consignor. Inno event shall the reserve exceed the low estimate in thecatalogue. 9. Neither Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC, nor Auctioneer, norConsignor make any representations whatsoever that the Purchaser of a work ofart will acquire any reproduction rights thereto. 10. These Conditions of Sale and any other applicable conditions,as well as the Purchaser’’’’s and Scottsdale Art Auction, LLC’’’’s rightsand obligations herein shall be governed by, construed and enforcedin accordance with the laws of the State of Arizona. If theseconditions are not complied with by the Purchaser, Scottsdale Art Auction, LLCmay, in addition to other remedies available by law, including,without limitation, the right to hold the Purchaser liable for the totalpurchase price stated on the Confirmation of Purchase Invoice, either (a)cancel the sale and retain as liquidated damages any and all paymentsmade by the Purchaser or (b) resell the Property privately or at publicauction on three days’’’’ notice to the Purchaser for the payment ofany deficiency in the purchase price and all costs includinghandling charges, warehousing, the expense of both sales, thecommissions, reasonable attorneys’’’’ fees, any and all other charges due andincidental damages. 11. Bidding on any item indicates your acceptance of these termsand all other terms announced at the time of sale whether bidding inperson, by phone, by Internet, by absentee bid, or through arepresentative. 12. In most instances, sculpture measurements do not include base.In measurements for two dimensional art, height precedes width anddoes not include frame. 13. Bidding increments will normally follow the pattern belowbut may vary at the sole discretion of the Auctioneer. Estimate Increment Estimate Increment Under 2,000.............................100 20,000–50,000......................2,500 2,000–5,000 .............................250 50,000–100,000.....................5,000 5,000–10,000............................500 over 100,000........................10,000 10,000–20,000.......................1,000
Smith Tucker - Vermillion Creek

Smith Tucker - Vermillion Creek

Original 2004
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Lot number: 113
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Lot No. 113 Smith, Tucker, 1940- Vermillion Creek, 2004 oil on linen 16 x 20 Estimated: $20,000 - $30,000 Hammer Price: $35,000 Hammer Price + Premium: $40,250 Status: Sold Raised on a small farmoutside of St. Paul, Minnesota, Smith's family moved to themountains of Wyoming when he was 12 years old. Unlike many of hiscontemporaries, Smith did not set out to be an artist. Drawing wasa pastime when he was a child, and as an adult, he viewed it merelyas an avocation. He graduated from the University of Wyoming in1963, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in math and a minor in art,and spent eight years as a computer programmer and systems analystfor the State of Montana. He thought he might retire about the ageof forty and then pursue a career in art. The desire to paint full time took over, however, and by the age of31, Smith began to paint professionally full time. Much of Smith'sapproach to painting centers on light, and this element alone iswhat gives Smith's scenes their pastoral flavor. Today, Tucker Smith is nationally renowned for his balanced, subtlepaintings inspired by the wildlife and mountain atmosphere that hasbeen such an integral part of his life. His home and studio on theHoback Rim in Western Wyoming offers direct access to his favoritesubjects; vast landscapes, sprawling cattle ranches, and the backcountry with its abundant wildlife and natural, unspoiledbeauty. Tucker Smith's paintings are in the permanent collection of theNational Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming and theNational Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City,Oklahoma. His many awards include the 1990 Prix De West Purchaseaward and the 1996 Robert Lougheed Award. In 1999, he won theThomas Moran Gold Medal at the Masters of the American WestExhibition at the Autry Museum, and the Autry Purchase Award in2000. Tucker is an annual participant at the Masters of theAmerican West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale where, in 2007, he wonthe Trustees' Purchase Award, given in recognition of artworkdesignated for purchase by the Autry National Center. « Back to 2010 Auction
Smith Tucker - Thecut Bank

Smith Tucker - Thecut Bank

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Lot number: 54
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Tucker Smith (b. 1940) Oil on Canvas Tucker Smith (b. 1940), TheCut Bank, oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches, signed lower right. According to Tucker Smith, “The location of this sceneis Hayden Valley in Yellowstone Park. While the subject of thepainting is the cut bank, the herd of bison is to givemovement and life to the composition. The grey material in the cutbank is an extremely thick layer of volcanic ash.”
Smith Tucker - Evening At Scott Lake

Smith Tucker - Evening At Scott Lake

Original 2005
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Price: Not disclosed
Lot number: 156
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Smith, Tucker, 1940- Evening at Scott Lake, 2005 oil on linen 10 x 12 Estimated: $6,000 - $9,000 Raised on a small farm outside of St. Paul, Minnesota, Smith's family moved to the mountains of Wyoming when he was 12 years old. Unlike many of his contemporaries, Smith did not set out to be an artist. Drawing was a pastime when he was a child, and as an adult, he viewed it merely as an avocation. He graduated from the University of Wyoming in 1963, with a Bachelor of Science Degree in math and a minor in art, and spent eight years as a computer programmer and systems analyst for the State of Montana. He thought he might retire about the age of forty and then pursue a career in art. The desire to paint full time took over, however, and by the age of 31, Smith began to paint professionally full time. Much of Smith's approach to painting centers on light, and this element alone is what gives Smith's scenes their pastoral flavor. Today, Tucker Smith is nationally renowned for his balanced, subtle paintings inspired by the wildlife and mountain atmosphere that has been such an integral part of his life. His home and studio on the Hoback Rim in Western Wyoming offers direct access to his favorite subjects; vast landscapes, sprawling cattle ranches, and the back country with its abundant wildlife and natural, unspoiled beauty. Tucker Smith's paintings are in the permanent collection of the National Museum of Wildlife Art, and the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. His many awards include the 1990 Prix De West Purchase award and the 1996 Robert Lougheed Award. In 1999, he won the Thomas Moran Gold Medal at the Masters of the American West Exhibition at the Autry Museum, and the Autry Purchase Award in 2000. Tucker is an annual participant at the Autry Masters of the American West where, in 2007, he won the Trustees' Purchase Award, given in recognition of artwork designated for purchase by the Autry National Center. This particular painting by Tucker Smith, titled "Evening at Scott Lake" will be in the upcoming Jackson Hole Art Auction on September 19, 2009 at the Center for the Arts in Jackson, Wyoming.
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