The top lot in today's sale of African-American Fine Art was Elizabeth Catlett's Homage to My Young Black Sisters, a life-size red cedar sculpture with painted carved details, 1968. It surpassed its high estimate, fetching an impressive $288,000, a record price for the artist at auction.
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Or, take a look back at the Catlett sculpture's arrival at Swann back in May
Labels: African-American, African-American Fine Art, Civil Rights, Elizabeth Catlett, Nigel Freeman, sculpture