Sell Your Art

Mark Sublette Medicine Man Gallery specializes in Native American art, the Lifework of Maynard Dixon, Maria Martinez and family pueblo pottery, early western paintings, and works by early Santa Fe and Taos artists. We purchase individual pieces or entire collections, as well as accept pieces on consignment. If you are interested in selling or consigning your items, please SUBMIT HERE. You will receive an email reply for those items we would handle in our gallery along with consignment or purchase offer.

Please include the following or we will be unable to evaluate your submission:

Dimensions: Include height and width - Paintings should be measured canvas size only from the back - do not include the frame.

Condition: Please note any damage or condition issues

History: Include any important family or collection history

Image: Please attach digital images or snail mail photographs of your piece to assure an accurate evaluation. Pottery: include an image of any signature on the bottom. Paintings: include a close up of the signature and an image of the back.

 

This evaluation is a courtesy, there is no obligation or charge. All information is Confidential. Purchase offers are good for 48 hours.
Because of the volume of requests we receive we do not provide appraisals for insurance purposes, damaged, or stolen items - we are happy to refer you to a credentialed appraiser or resources so you may locate one near you. We do not authenticate or evaluate items you are purchasing from another party, auctions, or a gallery. We do not handle posters or prints. 

Information and photos may be sent via conventional mail (we do not return photographs so please retain a copy for yourself)

Medicine Man Gallery
6872 E. Sunrise Drive, Suite 130
Tucson, AZ 85750

 

 

 

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