David Dike Fine Art

Gallery Hours:

MONDAY - FRIDAY | 10 - 5
SATURDAY | 11 - 4
SUNDAY | Closed



For specific request or inquires please call us directly
214-720-4044 or use our Online Contact Form.

About the Gallery


David Dike Fine Art was established in 1986 in the Arts District of Uptown Dallas where it resides today. The gallery specializes in late 19th and 20th century American and European paintings with an emphasis on the Texas Regionalists and Texas Landscape painters. The gallery provides a compilation of traditional and distinctive works for both the new and mature collector.

The gallery provides collection management, fine art appraisal services and collection cataloging by independent ISA accredited member appraiser, Anne Kelly Lewis. Kelly has been an ISA practicing member since 2012 with a focus on fine art. Please contact the gallery directly for further information.

The Texas Art Auction


The David Dike Fine Art, Spring Texas Art Auction was a festive and successful fine art auction, which took place on Saturday, April 6, 2019 at Wildman Art Framing. The crowd was filled with interested and dedicated Texas Art enthusiast. Several first-time buyers were present and active at the sale as well.

The auction sold 88% of the 255 available lots. The top selling lot in the sale was the Julian Onderdonk painting titled Road Through the Trees painted in 1913-1914, which sold for $384,000. The second highest selling work in the sale was lot 127, by Porfirio Salinas titled Cactus in the Hill Country, which sold for $120,000, a new auction record for the artist. Prior to this, the previous record auction sale for Salinas was at the David Dike Fine Art, Texas Art Auction in October 2018; a bluebonnet painting titled Texas Hill Country Spring which sold for $90,000. Another top selling lot in the sale was lot 124, the Florence McClung titled, Dallas executed in 1930, it sold for $72,000. A Florence McClung of similar subject matter, however a much larger work and tighter regional style sold in our October 2018 sale for an auction record-breaking $252,000. A jewel of the sale was lot 146 by Dallas’ own Reveau Bassett titled Ducks in Flight, which sold for $39,600.

This spring auction featured the collection of Dallas landscape architect and Texas fine art collector, John Stone, 96% of the lots in his collection sold. These exquisite paintings of which Stone was a steward of for decades have found new eager homes. Please visit our website for information on upcoming shows and auctions.

The Live Auctioneers online catalog, to view the full catalog.

LIVE AUCTIONEERS ONLINE CATALOGUE

To view the auction results, click here: AUCTION RESULTS

To view the catalogue of unsold and available lots click here: UNSOLD LOT CATALOG







To view the October 2018 virtual flip book catalogue, click here: 2018 VIRTUAL CATALOGUE
To view the January 2018 virtual flip book catalogue, click here: 2018 VIRTUAL CATALOGUE
To view the 2017 virtual flip book catalogue, click here: 2017 VIRTUAL CATALOGUE
To view the 2016 virtual flip book catalogue, click here: 2016 VIRTUAL CATALOGUE
To view the 2015 virtual flip book catalogue, click here: 2015 VIRTUAL CATALOGUE
To view the 2014 virtual flip book catalogue, click here: 2014 VIRTUAL CATALOGUE

David Dike Fine Art is proud to participate in many regional and national art fairs and symposiums each year. Please mark your calendars and check here often for a list of upcoming events. Some of our regularly scheduled events include:


David Dike is a member of the Fine Art Dealers Association (FADA) and the Dallas Art Dealers Association (DADA) and has contributed to various books on Texas art. He is highly regarded nationally and is recognized as an authority on Texas art.

Anne Kelly is an ISA accredited member appraiser.

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