Dallas Auction Gallery’s May 20th Fine Art Auction featuring a selection of pieces from the collection of Dallas entrepreneur, author, and philanthropist, Sam Wyly was a huge success resulting in record breaking auction results. The sale totaled $2,581,000 with buyers from across the globe. Leading the sale was Rembrandt Peale’s, “George Washington,” selling for $293,000 to a phone bidder with an estimate of $125,000-$175,000 and Norman Rockwell’s, “Barbershop Quartet,” to another phone bidder for $209,000 with a presale estimate of $100,000-$150,000 both from the collection of Sam Wyly, Dallas, Texas. DAG also set two artist auction records starting with a trial proof of “Apple (from Ads)” by Andy Warhol selling for $161,000.00 to a floor bidder and “Old Pedro the Goat Herder” by Fred Darge selling for $59,375.00, again both from the

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