During Western Art Week in Great Falls, Manitou Galleries and The Coeur d’Alene Art Auction will proudly present their 29th Annual March in Montana Dealer Show & Auction to be held at The Townhouse Inn from March 17-19, 2016. Featuring just over 700 pieces of Western, sporting and wildlife art, and sculpture by past and contemporary masters, Indian artifacts, and cowboy collectibles, the show will include top dealers, artists, and galleries from around the country.

The cowboy collectibles category will include several complete silver-mounted parade saddles by makers such as Edward H. Bohlin and Keyston Bros. The fine art category will include works by Abbrescia, Afsary, Andersen, Aspevig, Baize, Beecham, Beeler, Bodmer, Borein, Boren, Brown, Bunn, Carter, Coleman, Cotton, Eggenhofer, Farny, Fay, Fellows, Fery, Fritz, Gilleon, Goodan, Goodnight, Halbach, Halko, Hampton, Hartwig, Hauser, Heikka, Kauba, Koch, Krausz, Kuhn, Lawshe, Leighton, Mackey, MacNeil, Mann, McCarthy, McGary, Mieduch, Mell, Mignery, Morgan, Myrah, Niblett, Norton, Nowlin, Ogle, Oreland Joe, Parker, Payne, Peters, Ace Powell, Dave Powell, Procter, Reed, Reedy, Remington, Rich, Riley, Rogers, Russell, Sander, Scott, Scheuerle, Schwiering, Scriver, Seltzer, Shope, Situ, Solliday, Speed, Stiha, Tennent, Terpning, Thomas, Walters, Wieghorst, and dozens more!

March in Montana consistently features top quality, historical Indian artifacts, and 2016 will be no exception with dozens of weavings, ethnographic items, beadwork and weaponry, including a Blackfoot child-sized shirt, circa 1890s. A number of featured items are from the collection of Dr. Delwin and Karen Bokelman, (Doylestown, PA) and pictured in their photo essay entitled Precious Dreams. Copies of their book will be included with each item. Weavings will also be a headline, led by an 1890s Germantown weaving with beautiful, bold designs, estimated at $8,000-$10,000.

A Hospitality Room featuring snacks and drinks, as well as a beer and wine bar, is complimentary to all our clients. All events are free and open to the public and transportation from The Townhouse Inn to other events in Great Falls is offered at no charge.

For further information, contact (307) 635-0019, visit marchinmontana.com, or find them on Pinterest or Facebook at Manitou Auctions.