Online gallery to sell Scottsdale couple’s art estate

An art estate of the late Jack and Martha Wolff, a longtime Scottsdale couple, is for sale at an online gallery.

The couple collected art for more than 50 years, according to a press release, describing their love for the the arts and the art they collected. They formed bonds with the artists they collected from, often buying art from the artists who experienced hard times.

More than 350 pieces of fine art by some of the country’s best artists was displayed in their Scottsdale home, the release said of the collection that included western, landscape, figurative and other subjects including 40 sculptures with some pieces depicting elephants.

“I feel very fortunate to have known Jack and Martha. They were kind, warm and loving people. It was truly a pleasure to help them acquire artwork throughout the years. I know other gallery staff members who looked forward to seeing them when they would visit the galleries” says owner David Wilkinson in a prepared statement.

Arizona residents for 33 years — Mr. Wolff died last March and was predeceased by his wife who died in 2014 —  they enjoyed the symphony and art galleries, according to the release.

The collection of landscape, seascape, still life, wildlife, western and more is available through

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