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About $5.5 million worth of Western art goes on sale this weekend in Oklahoma City at the Prix de West, now in its 47th year, and considered the premier western art show and sale in the nation.

The June 7-8 event at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City includes a show, sale, seminars, demonstrations and awards.

Last year’s opening weekend sales totaled $3.45 million, according to a news release.

This year’s show is valued at $5.5 million and prices range from $1,800 to $89,000. There are 296 works of art from 98 artists.

This show will remain on display and available for purchase through Aug. 4, 2019.

To view the art, visit: https://pdw.nationalcowboymuseum.org/all-artwork

People who are unable to attend but wish to participate may sign up for proxy bidding by completing a form at the museum’s website:

Bid by Proxy

– FWBP Staff

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