Wyeth’s Paintings’ Auction To Aid Nonprofits

Bank of America Corp. would be selling two of Wyeth paintings to generate around $1 million plus to support three New York-based nonprofit groups counting a parks restoration project originated by Bette Midler. The art work includes N.C. Wyeth’s “Port Clyde, Maine” ($600,000-top) and other by his son Andrew “The New Table,” ($350,000-second from top).

The New Table

Recognized as the second-largest U.S. bank, it will put four-paintings to the Sotheby’s auction block from its huge art collection on 28 Nov.

Opening the West

The other two paintings include Oscar Berninghaus’s “Opening the West (Stagecoach Through the Missouri Hills-third from top)” and William Trost Richards’s “Newport Beach”. Each of these is anticipated to produce sales of $250,000 (featured below).

Newport Beach

After a rough calculation, it is been witnessed if the paintings meet their pre-auction estimate then together the quad-artwork would raise $1.45 million.

Via Bloomberg

Port Clyde, Maine

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