Lot 154

Attributed to Oscar Edmund Berninghaus (1874-1952) - Wagon Breakdown, Entering Taos (PDC90105-0623-001)

Estimate: $400 - $800

Bid Increments

Price Bid Increment
$0 $10
$200 $25
$500 $50
$1,000 $100
$2,000 $250
$5,000 $500
$10,000 $1,000
$20,000 $2,000
$50,000 $5,000
$100,000 $10,000

Pen and Ink on Paper, 4" x 8" (12.75" x 15.75" framed) c. 1899. 


Very Good Condition. Blacklight shows no sign of restoration. See photos for the piece out of the frame.

Overall Dimensions
Height: 4.00
Width: 8.00

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Terms for all Purchases: The "Purchase Price" for each lot shall equal the hammer price, buyer's premium, sales tax, and, if applicable all packing, handling, insurance, and shipping costs. Buyers must pay the full Purchase Price for each purchased lot within 14 days after the date of the auction. If the lot reaches above $50,000 in dollar value. The lot must be paid by ACH transfer. Accepted payments are cash, wire transfer, personal check, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover." Unless exempt by law, the Purchaser will be required to pay any and all applicable state taxes. In the event of deliveries outside of Arizona, it is the Purchaser's responsibility to pay any compensating or use tax of another state on the purchase price. All monies shall be made payable to Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery. At the Gallery's discretion, payment will not be deemed to be complete until funds represented by checks or credit cards have been cleared and fully processed by Seller's bank, usually within 1-10 days. We reserve the right to hold shipment until payments clear the bank. The title shall not pass to the Buyer until all invoices are paid in full.

Originally from the estate of O.E. Berninghaus, via his wife's sister, Mrs. John Howard. Originally from the estate of O.E. Berninghaus, via his wife's sister. There is a newspaper clipping with an image taped to the backside of the frame which states" Ernest Blumenschein sits beside a wagon with the broken wheel which ultimately brought both he and Bert Phillips to Taos". Ex Rex Arrowsmith Estate: a long-time Native American trader and art dealer, who owned a shop in Santa Fe, New Mexico Relics of the Old West, which opened off the Old Santa Fe Trail in 1950. He also participated as a judge at the Santa Fe Indian Market for many years. He also served as president of SWAIA, the Southwestern Association for Indian Arts.