About

The Lincoln Art Company LLC is a fine art sales, appraisal, and consultation gallery that specializes in 20th century American art. In addition to buying, selling, and consigning artwork, our personal inventory consists of over a hundred works in a variety of mediums, subject matters, and origins. Each piece represented by our gallery always has one consistent theme: to tell a story, and tell it well. In addition to sales, appraisal, and consultation, we offer a variety of fine art services ranging from documentation to packing.

 

 

Cole Sartore, Principal

Cole first noticed his love for art and architecture after visiting the state capitol in his hometown of Lincoln, Nebraska, in grade school. Since then he has continued to appreciate art and architecture through buying and selling American art as well as restoring an 1878 Second French Empire home. Over the past five years he has worked in a variety of positions in the fine art field including work for galleries, collectors, and museums in both the Midwest and East Coast. Cole studied anthropology and fine art at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Prior to founding the Lincoln Art Company, he worked for National Geographic as a field assistant and assistant photo editor for National Geographic YourShot. Cole is the author of the new book, Worthy Rivals: Dale Nichols and Terence Duren.

 

 

 

Amanda Mobley Guenther, Regionalist Consultant

Amanda is Curator of Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art in David City, Nebraska. She is the author of Dale Nichols: Transcending Regionalism, published in 2011 and has planned exhibitions for other institutions in the Midwest since 2008. Amanda holds her BA in Art and MA in Journalism from University of Nebraska at Lincoln and is a Young Alumni Achievement Award recipient. Most recently, she has worked with the Nebraska 150 Foundation on The Legacy of Nebraska project by Todd Williams in celebration of Nebraska's 150th Anniversary. She lives in Lincoln, Nebraska, with her husband and two daughters. 

 

 
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Amanda Mobley Guenther