Dark Man was sold at the Austin Community College Art Students' sale (where I did quite well, thank you). He didn't go for a while, probably because he sat there so quiently, not speaking to anyone. Then, on the second day, Linda spotted him and saw the magic in him and he became hers. At first I wasn't sure I liked him but he's the sort of piece that just grows on you and you realize after he's gone that he had a real presence. Linda emailed me that she's really happy about having him and that makes me feel better.
More about Washington DC to come, as soon as my Blog Wrangler downloads her pictures.