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Table of Contents

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Letter from Keith T. Banks, Opening Night Party Chair Letter from Arie L. Kopelman, Chairman Acknowledgments and Committees Philanthropists, Benefactors, and Collectors Honorary Loan Exhibition Committee Chubb Personal Insurance Sponsor of the Winter Antiques Show Loan Exhibition for Sixteenth Year Letter from Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg Letter from Peter Standish, President, East Side House Settlement Board of Managers Honorary Co-Chairs: David Rockefeller, Mark F. Rockefeller, Charles Rockefeller 2011 Opening Night Party 2011 Young Collectors Night Young Collectors Night Committee Young Collectors Night Media Sponsor: New York Magazine Designers Preview Committee

Exhibitors 39 47 122

Exhibitors’ Listings Exhibitors’ Advertisements Vetting Committee

East Side House Settlement 141 142 143 144 145 150

Board of Managers and East Side House Programs The Heritage Society Foundations, Corporations, and Trusts Individual and Group Gifts East Side House Settlement: Delivering on a Promise Winter Antiques Show Education Fund

Loan Exhibition 156 162

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Celebrating Historic Hudson Valley at 60: Rockefeller Patronage in Sleepy Hollow Country Historic Hudson Valley Properties: Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, Philipsburg Manor, Union Church of Pocantico Hills, Van Cortlandt Manor, Montgomery Place Advertisements Letter from Catherine Sweeney Singer, Executive Director, Winter Antiques Show Floor Plan of Exhibitors Index of Advertisers


2012 Winter Antiques Show

Keith T. Banks Opening Night Party Chair

U.S. Trust is honored to serve as the sponsor of the Opening Night Party for the 58th Annual Winter Antiques Show. All of the net proceeds from this exciting cultural event directly benefit East Side House Settlement and we are extremely proud to partner with such a renowned New York City organization. Building on a long-standing tradition of investing in the communities we serve, U.S. Trust and Bank of America recognize that the economic health of our communities, our country and our world has a significant impact on our business. This is why we are dedicated to providing meaningful and impactful support to our communities – to sustain neighborhoods during challenging economic times and to invest in future growth and development through innovative partnerships and initiatives. We are delivering on a 10-year goal to donate $2 billion to nonprofit organizations engaged in improving the health and vitality of their neighborhoods. The Bank of America Charitable Foundation gave more than $200 million in 2010, making the bank one of the largest corporate cash donors in the United States. Additionally, reaffirming our commitment to develop and sustain a culture of service, bank employee volunteers contributed more than one million hours in 2010 investing their time, expertise and passion to enhance the quality of life in their communities worldwide. We know that for communities to thrive and grow, they must be vital places where people live and work. We believe in developing and pursuing opportunities that extend beyond the world of finance. Our diverse program of support for arts and culture strengthens institutions that contribute to local economies and helps expand cultural awareness and understanding globally. Our ongoing support of the Winter Antiques Show and East Side House Settlement, right here in the historic Park Avenue Armory, is an example of that conviction. Thank you for joining U.S. Trust and Bank of America in supporting an important organization and spectacular event.

President U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management

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2012 Winter Antiques Show

Arie L. Kopelman Chairman

East Side House Settlement created and has always managed the Winter Antiques Show. It is important to point out that we are the only major show in New York where all profits from the event go directly to the charity. This funding is absolutely critical since it supports our mission in one of the poorest congressional districts in the country. Our dealers have always referred to the Winter Antiques Show as “East Side�-- their partnership with the charity is all about a real team effort, and we are all so proud that the Winter Antiques Show continues to set the standard for excitement and excellence. This year the Loan Exhibition is Celebrating Historic Hudson Valley at 60: Rockefeller Patronage in Sleepy Hollow Country. We are thrilled to be showcasing such a special exhibit, and we extend our deepest gratitude to everyone who worked tirelessly to make it happen. As always, I would like to thank the staff at East Side House Settlement for their ongoing commitment and enthusiasm. The Winter Antiques Show Committee dedicates the outcome of our efforts to these exceptional individuals; their remarkable achievements continue to be our ultimate motivation.

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Acknowledgments 2012 Winter Antiques Show

U.S. TRUST BANK OF AMERICA PRIVATE WEALTH MANAGEMENT Sponsor of the Opening Night Party

CHUBB PERSONAL INSURANCE Sponsor of the Loan Exhibition for the Sixteenth Year

1stdibs Design Sponsor and Sponsor of the Designers’ Preview THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES Media Sponsor and Sponsor of the Vetting Committee Luncheon for the Twentieth Year ANTIQUES & FINE ART Media Sponsor and East Side House Settlement Sponsor for the Twelfth Year

WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW DEALERS’ COMMITTEE Chairman PATRICK BELL ANDREW CHAIT SIMON EDSOR ELIZABETH FELD KIM HOSTLER ELLEN ISRAEL JONATHAN TRACE

WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Executive Director CATHERINE SWEENEY SINGER Show Coordinator EULA C. JOHNSON

Lighting Design DANIEL MEEKER

Show Design BILL TANSEY

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Security CITADEL

Website Design WORX BRANDING & ADVERTISING

Collateral & Advertising Design WORX BRANDING & ADVERTISING

Advertising Placements MEDIAEDGE:CIA

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Media Kit Website Design GROUP M DESIGN

Catalogue ANNE ELLIOTT PAIGE, Editor GROUP M DESIGN, Design & Production JILL A. BOSSERT, Director of Advertising Sales PHOENIX LITHOGRAPHING CORPORATION, Printing 10


Opening Night Party 2012 Winter Antiques Show

Honorary Co-Chairs DAVID ROCKEFELLER MARK F. ROCKEFELLER CHARLES ROCKEFELLER WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW COMMITTEE Chairman ARIE L. KOPELMAN Vice Chairs LUCINDA C. BALLARD MICHAEL R. LYNCH COURTNEY E. BOOTH GENEVIEVE WHEELER BROWN JAY E. CANTOR RICHARD L. CHILTON JR. MARTHA VIETOR GLASS MRS. THOMAS SHIRCLIFF GLOVER EMILY ISRAEL MRS. LESLIE KENO STEPHEN J. KETCHUM GEORGE G. KING GRACE BAXTER LAMOUR LIZ PEEK LINDSEY S. PRYOR RUTH H. SMITHERS

OPENING NIGHT PARTY Chair KEITH T. BANKS President U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management Vice Chairs MR. & MRS. JAMES P. BARROW ROBERT & KATHY BOOTH DAYTON T. CARR MR. & MRS. RICHARD L. CHILTON MR. & MRS. MARVIN DAVIDSON MRS. ROLAND W. DONNEM & ELIZABETH DONNEM SIGETY SUSAN DUNNE ANDREA HENDERSON FAHNESTOCK & GEORGE A. HAMBRECHT MRS. DAVID M. GRIMES II JERRY LAUREN NINA LONGTINE CYNTHIA & DAN LUFKIN ALEX PAPACHRISTIDIS LIZ & JEFF PEEK DANIEL & JOANNA S. ROSE BILL & PAM ROYALL LILY SAFRA RITCHIE R. SCAIFE MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS LENORE & PETER STANDISH MRS. ROBERT KING STEEL TIFFANY & COMPANY FOUNDATION MR. & MRS. TAKESHI UESHIMA MR. & MRS. CHARLES G. WARD III OPENING NIGHT COMMITTEE CeCe & Lee Black Bloomberg Courtney E. Booth Colin & Nancy Campbell Edward Lee Cave Mr. & Mrs. Edgar M. Cullman Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David W. Dangremond Lucy & Mike Danziger Michael J. Del Giudice Mr. & Mrs. Charles Diker Kathleen M. Doyle Susan Magrino Dunning Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Durkin Jr. Heather Richards Evans Mr. & Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul Stephen Fletcher Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Forbes Mr. & Mrs. Austin T. Fragomen Mr. & Mrs. James L. Freeman Marilyn & Lawrence Friedland Patrick S. Gallagher Alan Gerry Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Geschke Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Glover Allen & Deborah Grubman Geoffrey & Sarah Gund Mr. & Mrs. Roger P. Hanahan Holly Hendrix Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Hennage

Dick & Cathy Herbst Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. Herr Helen & Patrick Herssens Jane & Michael Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. Amos B. Hostetter Jr. Ay-Whang & Sven E. Hsia Edward Johnson III Mariana & George Kaufman Karen Keane Steve & Maureen Klinsky Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Kolman Michael A. Kovner & Jean Doyen de Moutaillou Fred Krimendahl & Emilia Saint-Amand Stephen S. Lash & Wendy Lehman Lash Mr. Leonard A. Lauder Katie Leede Susan & Sam Lehrman Edward Lobrano Mr. & Mrs. H. Eugene Lockhart Jill Marie Lord & Stephen Byrd Suzanne Lovell The Honorable & Mrs. Earle I. Mack Elizabeth & Richard Miller Peter Pennoyer & Katie Ridder Ms. Sandra S. Pershing Dr. & Mrs. James S. Reibel Mr. & Mrs. Robin D. Roberts

David Rockefeller Susan & Elihu Rose Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Royce Margaret Russell John & Margaret Ruttenberg Mr. & Mrs. Marvin C. Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Schwartz Stephen & Christine Schwarzman Todd Schwebel Kathryn Scott William S. Shanahan Andrew & Julie Siff Lea Simonds Ruth H. Smithers Mr. & Mrs. William W. Stahl Jr. Lois & Arthur Stainman Candice & Steven Stark Elizabeth Stribling & Guy Robinson Merrielou & Ned Symes David Teiger Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Barbara & Donald Tober Mr. & Mrs. Hans P. Utsch William & Alison Vareika Bunny Williams & John Rosselli Mr. & Mrs. Philip L. Yang Jr. Michael & Kinne Yon Lois & Andrew Zaro Roy J. Zuckerberg & Tara E. Kelleher

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SPECIAL EVENTS COMMITTEE Chair Mrs. Roland W. Donnem

Vice Chairs Martha Vietor Glass Helen Frech Kippax Mrs. J. Michael Loening Mrs. Michael Nash Ambler Mrs. Stewart B. Clifford Mrs. John D. Gilliam Mrs. Lorin Hodges Christine Janis Mrs. Eric B. Latos Mrs. George L. Selden Mrs. Joseph C. Wyman

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Opening Night Party 2012 Winter Antiques Show

PHILANTHROPISTS Lucinda C. Ballard Mr. & Mrs. James P. Barrow Robert & Kathy Booth Dayton T. Carr Mr. & Mrs. Richard L. Chilton Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Davidson Mrs. Roland W. Donnem & Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Susan Dunne Andrea Henderson Fahnestock & George A. Hambrecht

Mrs. David M. Grimes II Teresa Heinz Coco & Arie L. Kopelman Jerry Lauren Nina Longtine Cynthia & Dan Lufkin Michael Lynch & Susan Baker Alex Papachristidis Liz & Jeff Peek Tom Remien Daniel & Joanna S. Rose

Bill & Pam Royall Lily Safra Richie R. Scaife Mrs. Charles F. Smithers Lenore & Peter Standish Mrs. Robert King Steel Tiffany & Company Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Takeshi Ueshima Edgar Wacheinheim III Mr. & Mrs. Charles G. Ward III

BENEFACTORS Cetie Nippert Ames Robert F. R. Ballard Mrs. Gregory Bentley Max N. Berry Friederike Kemp Biggs CeCe & Lee Black Bloomberg Courtney E. Booth Mario Buatta Edward Lee Cave Mr. & Mrs. Edgar M. Cullman Jr. Mr. & Mrs. David W. Dangremond Lucy & Mike Danziger Marguerite De La Poer Michael J. Del Giudice Mr. & Mrs. Charles Diker Kathleen M. Doyle Susan Magrino Dunning Mr. & Mrs. Charles P. Durkin Jr. Heather Richards Evans Robert Falk Mr. & Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul Katherine D. W. Findlay Stephen Fletcher Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Forbes Mr. & Mrs. Austin T. Fragomen Mr. & Mrs. James L. Freeman Marilyn & Lawrence Friedland Patrick S. Gallagher Fay Gambee Alan Gerry Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Geschke Ruth R. Glancy Mr. & Mrs. Thomas S. Glover Elisabeth W. Grace Allen & Deborah Grubman Geoffrey & Sarah Gund Mr. & Mrs. Roger P. Hanahan

Darren Henault Holly Hendrix Mr. & Mrs. Joseph H. Hennage Dick & Cathy Herbst Dr. & Mrs. Donald M. Herr Helen & Patrick Herssens Jane & Michael Hoffman Mr. & Mrs. Amos B. Hostetter Jr. Ay-Whang & Sven E. Hsia Mary Ann Hunting Edward C. Johnson III Linda H. Kaufman Mariana & George Kaufman Karen Keane Steve & Maureen Klinsky Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Kolman Michael A. Kovner & Jean Doyen de Moutaillou Fred Krimendahl & Emilia Saint-Amand Stephen S. Lash & Wendy Lehman Lash Mr. Leonard A. Lauder Katie Leede Susan & Sam Lehrman Edward Lobrano Mr. & Mrs. H. Eugene Lockhart Jill Marie Lord & Stephen Byrd Suzanne Lovell The Honorable & Mrs. Earle I. Mack William J. Mayer Elizabeth & Richard Miller Dara Mitchell Mrs. Stuart G. Moldaw Hannah Pakula Peter Pennoyer & Katie Ridder

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Ms. Sandra S. Pershing Dr. & Mrs. James S. Reibel Mr. & Mrs. Robin D. Roberts David Rockefeller Susan & Elihu Rose Lief D. Rosenblatt Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Royce Margaret Russell John & Margaret Ruttenberg Mr. & Mrs. Marvin C. Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. Richard J. Schwartz Stephen & Christine Schwarzman Todd Schwebel Kathryn Scott William S. Shanahan Andrew & Julie Siff Lea Simonds Michael S. Smith Ruth H. Smithers Mr. & Mrs. William W. Stahl Jr. Lois & Arthur Stainman Candice & Steven Stark Elizabeth Stribling & Guy Robinson Merrielou & Ned Symes III David Teiger Anthony Terranova Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Barbara & Donald Tober Mr. & Mrs. Hans P. Utsch William & Alison Vareika Bunny Williams & John Rosselli Mr. & Mrs. Philip L. Yang Jr. Michael & Kinne Yon Joan P. Young Lois & Andrew Zaro Roy J. Zuckerberg & Tara E. Kelleher


Opening Night Party 2012 Winter Antiques Show

COLLECTORS Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence D. Ackman Frances Beatty Adler & Allen Adler Mrs. Russell B. Aitken Sheri Babbio Nina Barker Barbara & Jay Belding Georgina M. Bissell Susan L. Bouma Peter M. Brant Michael O. Braun Mildred C. Brinn Richard A. Brodie Jane & George R. Bunn David & Alexandra Calligeros Colin & Nancy Campbell Cornelia & Stewart Clifford Mr. & Mrs. James Coker Peter D. Cowen Mrs. Daniel Cowin Mr. & Mrs. Pinar Del Rio Jill Dienst Douglas Durkin

Nancy Druckman Ian Bruce Eichner Richard E. Ford Michael I. & Joan M. Frankel Mr. & Mrs. John D. Gilliam Susan G. Glesby Tracy Goodnow Dawne Marie Grannum Penny Grant MD Erik Gronning Mr. & Mrs. Peter S. Gregory Sara & Robert Hallam Marjorie L. Hart John A. Herrman Marlene Hess & James D. Zirin Walter W. Hess Jr. Jim Hicks Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Hoopes Jr. Elizabeth R. Kabler Mrs. Leslie Keno Jeanie Kilroy Mark & Anla Kingdon

David Kleinberg Emily Landau Jacques Leviant Petra & Stephen Levin Susan E. Lynch William & Phyllis Mack Ann Madonia Vincente Madrigal Carol & Lamar McMillin MD Mr. & Mrs. Richard P. Mellon David Miller & Dolores O’Brien Miller Mrs. Stanley R. Miller Sally Minard Alison Minton Hanno D. Mott & Grete Meilman George M. Muzinich John E. Oden Mrs. Richard T. Perkin Eric J. Peterman Russell Gerard Piccione Rudolph S. Rasin

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Mr. & Mrs. Peter Regna Mr. & Mrs. Alfred F. Ritter Todd A. Romano Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Saul Tom Scheerer Greg Scheiner Mr. & Mrs. George L. Selden Jean & Martin Shafiroff Mr. & Mrs. Stephen C. Sherrill Joseph Peter Spang Stewart Stender Mr. & Mrs. George E. Stephenson II Robert A. M. Stern Gerard Stora Matt Thurlow Jean & Raymond Troubh Suzanne Tucker Mary Jane Weiskopf


Loan Exhibition 2012 Winter Antiques Show

CELEBRATING HISTORIC HUDSON VALLEY AT 60 ROCKEFELLER PATRONAGE IN SLEEPY HOLLOW COUNTRY SPONSORED BY

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HISTORIC HUDSON VALLEY Founded in 1951 by John D. Rockefeller Jr. The mission of Historic Hudson Valley is to celebrate the history, architecture, landscape, and material culture of the Hudson Valley, advancing its importance and thereby assuring its preservation. Waddell W. Stillman, President Kathleen Eagen Johnson, 2012 Loan Exhibition Project Director Jessa J. Krick, Collections Manager Karen Walton Morse, Manager of Library & Archival Services Catalina Hannan, Research Librarian Jeff Daly, Exhibition Designer Anita Jorgensen, Lighting Designer WASHINGTON IRVING’S SUNNYSIDE Dina Friedman, Site Director PHILIPSBURG MANOR Thom Thacker, Site Director VAN CORTLANDT MANOR Althea Corey, Site Director UNION CHURCH OF POCANTICO HILLS Diane Brewer-Collier, Site Manager MONTGOMERY PLACE Ray Armater, Site Director KYKUIT, THE ROCKEFELLER ESTATE A National Trust for Historic Preservation historic site Michael Altman Fine Art & Advisory Services LLC underwrote Historic Hudson Valley’s object conservation for the loan exhibition and sponsored the smartphone app making its debut at the 2012 Winter Antiques Show. With Special Thanks to THE ROCKEFELLER ARCHIVE CENTER THE POCANTICO CENTER OF THE ROCKEFELLER BROTHERS FUND BARBARA ISRAEL, BARBARA ISRAEL GARDEN ANTIQUES CATHERINE SWEENEY SINGER & STAFF

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CELEBRATING HISTORIC HUDSON VALLEY AT 60 ROCKEFELLER PATRONAGE IN SLEEPY HOLLOW COUNTRY SPONSORED BY

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HISTORIC HUDSON VALLEY BOARD OF TRUSTEES Chairman MICHAEL HEGARTY Chairman of the Executive Committee MARK F. ROCKEFELLER Vice Chairmen WILLIAM F. PLUNKETT JR JOSEPH A. RICE MOLLY SCHAEFER Treasurer WILLIAM H. WRIGHT II Secretary ROBERT G. DE LA MATER JAN P. ADELSON KENT L. BARWICK KAREN H. BECHTEL CATHERINE U. BIDDLE KATHARINE CHAPMAN JOSEPH P. COTTER CHRISTOPHER J. ELLIMAN BARBARA F. ISRAEL JOHN F. MIKSAD JOEL MOTLEY HERBERT E. NASS WILSON S. NEELY MARGARET A. RACE CHARLES P. ROCKEFELLER ARTHUR SAMBERG DAVID SWOPE THOMAS D. THACHER II CHARLES J. URSTADT President WADDELL W. STILLMAN

Benefactors Mr. & Mrs. Carl A. Boe Mr. John K. Castle Mr. & Mrs. John P. Curran Mr. & Mrs. John A. Dimling Mr. & Mrs. Roger Goldman Mr. & Mrs. Francis Goudie Mr. & Mrs. Henry Harnischfeger Mr. & Mrs. Donald J. Herdrich Mr. & Mrs. F. W. Herlitz Mrs. Lisina M. Hoch

Mr. & Mrs. Steve Horn Mr. & Mrs. C. Edward Midgley Mr. & Mrs. George D. O’Neill Eve Hart Rice MD & Timothy D. Mattison MD Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Saunders Mr. & Mrs. Marvin Schwartz Mr. & Mrs. William S. Sheridan Ms. Maida L. Snapper Lois Snitkoff & Hadar Pedhazur

Alexandria Stewart & Michael Altman Ms. Elizabeth A. Straight Amy K. Taylor & Nelson A. Rockefeller Jr. Ms. Lucille Werlinich The Honorable John C. Whitehead Mr. & Mrs. Jack Winchester Mr. & Mrs. Mark D. Zand

Patrons Ms. Leslie Allen Mr. & Mrs. James M. Casey Mr. & Mrs. Parke Chapman Mr. & Mrs. Christopher B. Cowie Mr. & Mrs. Michael Danziger Kelly Dwyer & James H. Simmons Ms. Justine Flanagan Mr. & Mrs. Steven R. Frank Mr. Lex N. Gamble Mr. & Mrs. Joseph Gershman Mr. & Mrs. Randy Gonseth

Mr. & Mrs. William F. Guardenier Ms. Agnes Gund Mr. & Mrs. Mark Hallock Mrs. Laura H. Hoenig Mr. Steven L. Holley Mr. & Mrs. Paul J. Huchro Margery S. & Michael Kirsch Mr. Leonard A. Lauder Mr. & Mrs. Peter L. Malkin Mr. & Mrs. Randolph B. Marshall Ms. Caroline Niemczyk

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2012 Winter Antiques Show

Peter Standish President of the Board of Managers East Side House Settlement

On behalf of the 8,000 individuals served by East Side House Settlement, welcome to the Winter Antiques Show! It is a pleasure to have you here supporting both a great cause and one of the most respected antiques shows in America. As many of you are loyal patrons of the Show, we would like you to understand the impact your support has on the outstanding work of East Side House. Located in the South Bronx, East Side House provides educational services, computer technology training, counseling, and other forms of assistance to a vibrant, ever-changing community that needs our help to attain self-sufficient status in our society. The need for educational services is dramatically apparent. For example, only 35% of the community’s students in third through eighth grade perform at grade level. In addition to the numerous after-school services East Side House makes available to elementary through high school students, our College Preparation and Leadership Program provides SAT classes, college application assistance, campus visits, and scholarships. More than 90% of the program’s participants have gained admission to college, and East Side House helps them receive the financial assistance necessary for their enrollment. The success of our programs led the city of New York to select East Side House to establish the Mott Haven Preparatory High School in 2002. In 2008, we launched another new high school that has further increased our contribution to revitalizing our public schools. Bronx Haven High School now serves more than 150 over-age and under-credited students in an accelerated program that leads to graduation and a pathway to college, technical training, and career development. This September, we partnered with the New York City Department of Education in four other high school programs to meet the needs of students in the surrounding community: the Smith Campus Young Adult Borough Center, the High School for Excellence and Innovation, New Explorers High School, and the Collegiate Institute for Math and Science. To support the growing number of college-bound graduates, the Winter Antiques Show Education Fund was established. Friends of the Show have given generously to the Fund and have made a significant impact. Please join us. The Winter Antiques Show is the only antiques show that donates its entire profit to charity. Your support of the Show provides nearly 25% of our philanthropic budget and enables our staff of approximately 360 dedicated personnel to continue to provide these and other important services. Thank you for your continuing support and enjoy the Show!

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2012 Winter Antiques Show

Honorary Co-Chairs David Rockefeller Mark F. Rockefeller Charles Rockefeller

East Side House Settlement and the organizers of the Winter Antiques Show are delighted to have David Rockefeller, Mark F. Rockefeller, and Charles Rockefeller as this year's Honorary Chairmen. David, Mark, and Charles Rockefeller here represent three generations of the Rockefeller family. David is the youngest son of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., the founder of Historic Hudson Valley, and Abby Aldrich Rockefeller. Mark is a grandson of JDR, Jr., and the younger son of Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller and Happy Rockefeller. Charles Rockefeller is a great-grandson of JDR, Jr., and a son of Senator Jay Rockefeller and Sharon Percy Rockefeller. David, Mark, and Charles Rockefeller each have life-long associations with historic properties in Sleepy Hollow Country. David grew up at Kykuit and now calls Hudson Pines Farm home; Mark grew up at Kykuit and maintains a home on the estate, and Charles’s branch of his family maintains and uses Fieldwood Farm. Pocantico remains a family seat and a source of strength and inspiration for generations of the Rockefellers. Together with other members of their family, these Messrs. Rockefeller have served multiple terms as trustees of Historic Hudson Valley. David Rockefeller was a trustee for sixteen years, and Mark and Charles remain trustees, with Mark serving as Chair of the board’s Executive Committee. All three have contributed significantly to Sleepy Hollow Country via their contributions, creativity, and stewardship of Historic Hudson Valley.

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Sallie Krawcheck, Arie Kopelman, Lucinda Ballard, Peter Standish, Kitty Robinson

Cameron Shay, Jennifer Rhee, John Smiroldo

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Gillian Miniter, Jay Snyder, Noreen Buckfire


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Victoria Horsford, Renauld White, Eula Johnson, David Drumgold

Jean Shafiroff, Mario Buatta, Pauline Metcalf

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Dana Tillou, Jeanne Jones, Scudder Smith, Peter Tillou, Catherine Heald, Donald Heald

Francesca Petrucci, Stephen Corelli

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Elizabeth Meigher, Allison Aston, Valerie Aston

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Lindsey Harper

Roric Tobin, Esi Sogah

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Chris Lukas

Thomas Jayne

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Michael Moore, Jennifer Stebbins

Elizabeth Shaw, Lisa Yom

Celerie Kemble

Nate Berkus

Clair Fitzgerald, Bettina Misrepahi

Yael Abbey

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Courtney Booth, Elie Tahari, Emily Israel

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Ken Aikanatori, Monica Aikanatori

Joe Kern, John Bell, Scott Currie


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Nicole Shultis, Phil Yang

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Kipton Cronkite, Annabel Vartanian

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Amanda Essex, Timothy Whealon

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Randy Kemper, Tony Ingaro

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Allison Aston

John Barman, Kelly Graham

Arie Kopelman, Elie Tahari

Kate Twist, Elijah Duckworth-Schachter

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Booth 69 A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE, INC. 781 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10022 212-752-1727 Paul Schaffer, Peter L. Schaffer, and Mark Schaffer Website: www.alvr.com E-mail: alvr@alvr.com

Booth 14 ARONSON OF AMSTERDAM Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 39 P.O. BOX 15556 1001 NB Amsterdam, The Netherlands +31 20 623 3103 Fax: +31 20 638 3066 Website: www.aronson.com E-mail: mail@aronson.com

European and American antique jewelry, FabergĂŠ, gold snuffboxes and objets de vertu, Russian decorative and fine arts, including porcelain, glass, furniture, silver, paintings, and icons.

Some of the earliest and rarest objects produced by the Delft factories in the 17th century, as well as a superb collection of 18th-century animals, figures, plaques, chargers, and other interesting wares.

Booth 8 ADELSON GALLERIES, INC. 19 East 82nd Street, New York, New York 10028 212-439-6800 Fax: 212-439-6870 Warren Adelson and Elizabeth Oustinoff Website: www.adelsongalleries.com E-mail: info@adelsongalleries.com

Booth 28 ASSOCIATED ARTISTS LLC 170 Pequot Avenue, P.O. Box 491, Southport, Connecticut 06890 203-255-2281 Fax: 203-259-2204 Walter H. Buck and David Scott Parker, Partners Website: www.associatedartists.net E-mail: AALLC@dsparker.com

American paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries, notably American Impressionism, The Eight, the Hudson River School, the Luminists, and American Modernism.

Late 19th- to early 20th-century furniture, accessories, and fine art, featuring Aesthetic era, including Herter Brothers, Pottier and Stymus, Tiffany, Jeckyll, and Pabst.

Booth 34 ALEXANDER GALLERY 115 E. 72nd Street, New York, New York 10021 212-472-1636 Fax: 212-734-6937 E-mail: laurel@alexandergallery.com

Booth 53 BARBARA ISRAEL GARDEN ANTIQUES 296 Mount Holly Road, Katonah, New York 10536 By appointment 212-744-6281 Fax: 212-744-2188 Barbara Israel, President; Sylvia Falcon, Media and Marketing Director; Eva Schwartz, Director of Client Services Website: www.barbaraisrael.com E-mail: eva@bi-gardenantiques.com

Important 18th- and 19th-century American paintings and historical items, 15th- through 19th-century European paintings and works of art, illuminated books, and Oriental and Middle Eastern works of art. Booth 15 ALFRED BULLARD, INC. 1604 Pine Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 215-735-1879 Fax: 215-735-4820 William C. Bertolet, President; Robert I. Ballinger III, Manager Website: www.alfredbullard.com E-mail: alfredbullard@verizon.net

American, English, and Continental statues, fountains, urns, benches, sundials, and other period garden ornaments. Booth 11 BAUMAN RARE BOOKS 535 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10022 212-751-0011 Fax: 212-751-9014 1608 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 215-546-6466 Fax: 215-546-9064 The Shoppes at the Palazzo, 3327 Las Vegas Boulevard South, Las Vegas, Nevada 89109 702-948-1617 Fax: 702-948-1617 David Bauman and Natalie Bauman, Owners Website: www.baumanrarebooks.com E-mail: brb@baumanrarebooks.com

English furniture and works of art, 18th to early 19th century. Booth 62 ARADER GALLERIES 29 East 72nd Street, New York, New York 10021 212-628-3668 Fax: 212-879-8714 1308 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107 215-735-8811 Fax: 215-735-9864 W. Graham Arader III, President; Lori Cohen, Director Website: www.aradergalleries.com E-mail: info@aradergalleries.com

Rare books and autographs in all fields from the 15th through the 20th century, including landmark first editions, inscribed volumes, and leather-bound sets.

16th- through 19th-century natural history engravings and watercolors, color-plate books, important maps and atlases, and prints of the American West. Specializing in the works of Audubon, Catesby, Lear, Thornton, RedoutĂŠ, Catlin, Bodmer, Bierstadt, Moran, Faden, Ortelius, Mercator, and Blaeu.

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Booth 1 C. L. PRICKETT 930 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, Pennsylvania 19067 215-493-4284 Todd Prickett and Craig Prickett, Principals Website: www.clprickett.com E-mail: info@clprickett.com

Booth 59 COHEN & COHEN P.O. Box 366 Reigate RH2 2BB England 44 (0) 1737 242180 Fax: +44 (0) 1737 226236 Ewa Cohen, Michael Cohen, and Will Motley (Manager) Website: www.cohenandcohen.co.uk E-mail: info@cohenandcohen.co.uk

C. L. Prickett is currently in their forty-ninth year specializing in the finer examples of Queen Anne, Chippendale, and Federal furniture and clocks.

Chinese export porcelain and works of art from the 17th and 18th centuries.

Booth 57 CARLTON ROCHELL ASIAN ART 121 East 71st Street, New York, New York 10021 212-759-7600 Fax: 212-759-7601 Carlton Rochell, President Website: www.carltonrochell.com E-mail: info@carltonrochell.com

Booth 52 DANIEL KATZ LIMITED 13 Old Bond Street, London W1S 4SX England +44 (0)20 7493 0688 Fax: +44 (0)20 7499 7493 Stuart Lochhead, Director; Sophie Richard Website: www.katz.co.uk E-mail: stuart@katz.co.uk

Important sculpture, paintings and decorative arts from India, Tibet, Nepal, Cambodia, Thailand and Indonesia prior to 1850.

European sculpture and works of art from Medieval to the 19th century, including polychrome wood, Renaissance bronzes, 18th-century terracotta and marble, and 19th-century plaster models.

Booth 58 CAROLLE THIBAUT-POMERANTZ By appointment New York: 212-759-6048 Fax: 212-308-3486 Paris: +33 01 45 50 33 01 Fax: +33 01 45 50 33 61 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, Proprietor E-mail: Carolle@ctpdecorativearts.com

Booth 41 DAVID A. SCHORSCH ~ EILEEN M. SMILES AMERICAN ANTIQUES 358 Main Street South, Woodbury, Connecticut 06798 203-263-3131 Fax: 203-263-2622 Website: www.schorsch-smiles.com

19th- and 20th-century decorative arts as well as antique wallpaper panels, 18th century to the 1950s.

American decorative arts of the 18th and 19th centuries, specializing in folk art.

Booth 30 CARSWELL RUSH BERLIN, INC. 140 Riverside Drive, Apt 5-P, New York, New York 10024 By appointment only 212-721-0398 Fax: 212-721-9082 Carswell Berlin and Lori Berlin Website: www.american-antiques.net E-mail: carswellberlin@msn.com

Booth 4 DONALD ELLIS GALLERY LTD. By appointment in New York 212-581-3090 Fax: 212-265-0280 RR #3, Dundas, Ontario L9H 5E3 Canada 905-648-1837 Fax: 905-648-8711 Donald Ellis; Mary Ann Bastien, Gallery Director Website: www.donaldellisgallery.com E-mail: dellis@donaldellisgallery.com

American formal furniture of the classical period, 1800 to 1840, and period decorative arts.

Historical Native American and tribal art. Booth 13 CHRISTOPHER T. REBOLLO ANTIQUES P.O. Box 372, 5728 Mechanicsville Road Mechanicsville, Pennsylvania 18934 215-794-9880 Christopher T. Rebollo, President; Audrey Rebollo, Manager Website: www.chrisrebollo.com Email: chris@chrisrebollo.com; audrey@chrisrebollo.com

Booth 61 ELLE SHUSHAN 1600 Arch Street, Suite 1603, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 215-587-0000 Fax: 215-587-9199 Elle Shushan Website: www.portraitminiatures.com E-mail: elle@portraitminiatures.com

17th-, 18th-, and 19th-century American furniture and decorative arts including paintings, metalwork, and ceramics. Specializing in choice examples of inlaid hardwood furniture with an emphasis on original condition and design.

Fine portrait miniatures and portrait waxes.

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Booth 10 ELLIOTT & GRACE SNYDER P.O. Box 598, 37 Undermountain Road, South Egremont, Massachusetts 01258 413-528-3581 Fax: 413-528-3586 45 Main Street, South Egremont, Massachusetts 01258 413-528-1821 Website: www.elliottandgracesnyder.com E-mail: info@elliottandgracesnyder.com

Booth 73 GERALD PETERS GALLERY 24 East 78th Street, New York, New York 10075 212-628-9760 Fax: 212-628-9635 Website: www.gpgallery.com American paintings and sculpture, including classic Western, Hudson River School, Impressionism, The Eight, The Taos Society, and American Modernism. Booth 32 GIAMPIETRO 315 Peck Street, New Haven, Connecticut 06513 203-787-3851 Fred Giampietro, Owner Website: www.FredGiampietro.com E-mail: FredGiampietro@gmail.com

Specializing in 17th- to early 19th-century American furniture and decorative arts with an emphasis on painted furniture, textiles, metalwork, and folk art. Also, early English and Continental lighting, needlework, and ceramics. Booth 33 FOSTER 路 GWIN, INC. 38 Hotaling Place, San Francisco, California 94111 415-397-4986 Fax: 415-397-4988 Collier Gwin, President Website: www.fostergwin.com E-mail: info@fostergwin.com

American folk art, including weathervanes, paintings, watercolors, decoys, and painted furniture. Booth 63 HILL-STONE, INC. P.O. Box 273, Gracie Station, New York, New York 10028 (Park Avenue near The Metropolitan Museum of Art) By appointment 212-249-1397 Fax: 212-861-4513 Alan N. Stone and Lesley Hill, Co-directors Website: www.hill-stone.com E-mail: oldmaster@hill-stone.com

Continental furniture from the 17th and 18th centuries, antiquities, and contemporary art from the 1950s. Booth 23 FRANK & BARBARA POLLACK AMERICAN ANTIQUES & ART 1214 Green Bay Road, Highland Park, Illinois 60035 By appointment 847-433-2213 Barbara Pollack Website: antiquesandfineart.com/bpollack E-mail: fpollack@compuserve.com

Old Master and Modern prints and drawings. Booth 39 HIRSCHL & ADLER GALLERIES, INC. 730 Fifth Avenue, Fourth Floor, New York, New York 10019 212-535-8810 Fax: 212-772-7237 Stuart P. Feld, President & Director; Elizabeth Feld, Director, Department of American Decorative Arts Website: www.hirschlandadler.com E-mail: gallery@hirschlandadler.com

Specializing in American decorative arts; na茂ve folk paintings, painted furniture, textiles, pottery, folk art, and related accessories of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. Booth 36 GEOFFREY DINER GALLERY, INC. 1730 21st Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20009 By appointment 202-483-5005 Fax: 202-483-2523 Geoffrey Diner, President; Maureen Diner, Vice President E-mail: geoff@dinergallery.com

American and European paintings, watercolors, drawings, and sculpture, 18th century to the present; American master prints; American furniture and decorative arts, 1810 to 1910. Booth 26 HOSTLER BURROWS 104 Franklin Street, New York, New York 10013 212-343-0471 Fax: 212-343-0472 Kim Hostler and Juliet Burrows, Owners Website: www.hostlerburrows.com E-mail: info@hostlerburrows.com

International fine and decorative arts, 1860 to the present, specializing in architecturally inspired furniture and Tiffany Studios lighting. Booth 40 GEORGIAN MANOR ANTIQUES 29 Centre Street, Fairhaven, Massachusetts 02719 508-991-5675 Fax: 508-999-7177 Enrique Goytizolo Website: www.georgianmanorantiques.com

20th-century Scandinavian design and decorative arts with an emphasis on studio ceramics, hand-woven textiles, Swedish Functionalism, and objects of the Danish Cabinetmaker movement.

English 18th-and 19th-century furniture and related accessories selected with the utmost regard for aesthetic, quality, and authenticity.

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Booth 64 HYDE PARK ANTIQUES 836 Broadway, New York, New York 10003 212-477-0033 Fax: 212-477-1781 Bernard Karr, President; Rachel Karr, Vice President Website: www.hydeparkantiques.com

Booth 7 JOAN B. MIRVISS, LTD. 39 East 78th Street, 4th Floor (at Madison Avenue) New York, New York 10075 212-799-4021 Fax: 212-721-5148 Joan B. Mirviss Website: www.mirviss.com E-mail: info@mirviss.com

Finest and most extensive collection of English antique furniture from the William and Mary through Regency periods, 1700–1825. Also specializing in 18th-century Chinese export and English porcelain, as well as sporting art.

Antique Japanese screens and paintings; 18th- through 20th-century ukiyo-e woodblock prints; important 20th-century Japanese ceramics.

Booth 48 HYLAND GRANBY ANTIQUES P.O. Box 457, Hyannis Port, Massachusetts 02647 By appointment 508-771-3070 Fax: 508-778-4842 Alan Granby and Janice Hyland Website: www.hylandgranby.com E-mail: alan@hylandgranby.com

Booth 45 JOAN R. BROWNSTEIN AND PETER H. EATON 24 Parker Street, Newbury, Massachusetts 01951 978-465-2754 Website: americanfolkpaintings.com; petereaton.com Email: joan@americanfolkpaintings.com; peter@petereaton.com New England furniture made between 1650 and 1820, primarily in old surface, and New England folk paintings, particularly portraiture.

Ship models, navigational instruments, marine paintings, scrimshaw, wood carvings, ship clocks, canes, eagles, and cannons, 18th and 19th centuries.

Booth 44 JOE KINDIG ANTIQUES 2334 Woodwick Road, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601 717-495-3021 Jenifer Kindig Email: jeniferkindig@gmail.com

Booth 2 JAMES & NANCY GLAZER P.O. Box 222, Bailey Island, Maine 04003 By appointment 207-833-6973 Fax: 207-833-6972 Website: www.glazerantiques.com E-mail: glazerantiques@glazerantiques.com

Early 18th-century American furniture and decorative arts, Pennsylvania rifles, and early lighting.

18th- and 19th-century American furniture and folk art in original surface, with an emphasis on painted furniture, pottery, textiles, and works on paper.

Booth 12 JONATHAN BOOS 50 East 72nd Street, New York, New York 10021 By Appointment 212-535-5096 Fax: 212-535-3554 Jonathan Boos, Valerie Stanos Website: www.jonathanboos.com E-mail: info@jonathanboos.com

Booth 38 JAMES ROBINSON, INC. 480 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022 212-752-6166 Joan Boening, President; Edward Munves, Chairman; Marci Leggette, Manager Website: www.jrobinson.com E-mail: info@jrobinson.com

Specializing in 20th-century American art with a particular focus on Ashcan School, Modernism, Social Realism and Post-War paintings and sculpture. Booth 25 JONATHAN TRACE P.O. Box 7106, Portsmouth, New Hampshire 03802 By appointment 603-431-1197 Jonathan Trace, Owner E-mail: jontrace@myfairpoint.net

Antique jewelry, silver, porcelain, and glass, along with handmade sterling silver reproductions.

American silver, furniture, and related accessories, as well as English and Continental silver, 17th to early 19th century.

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Booth 3 KENNETH W. RENDELL GALLERY 989 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10075 212-717-1776 Fax: 212-717-1492 Kenneth W. Rendell and Shirley McNerney Rendell, Principals Website: www.kwrendell.com E-mail: gallery@kwrendell.com

Booth 6 LES ENLUMINURES Le Louvre des Antiquaires 2 Place du Palais-Royal, 34 allée Riesener, 75001 Paris, France +33 01 42 60 15 58 Fax: +33 01 40 15 00 25 2970 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60657 By appointment 773-929-5986 Fax: 773-528-3976 Website: www.lesenluminures.com E-mail: info@lesenluminures.com

Historical letters and documents from the Renaissance to the present, in all fields.

Miniatures, illuminated manuscripts, works of art, and rings from the Middle Ages and the Renaissance.

Booth 49 KENTSHIRE GALLERIES, LTD. 37 East 12th Street, New York, New York 10003 212-673-6644 Fax: 212-979-0923 700 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10021 212-421-1100 Robert and Ellen Israel, Directors; Fred and Marcie Imberman, Directors Website: www.kentshire.com E-mail: info@kentshire.com

Booth 42 LIZ O’BRIEN 306 E. 61st Street, Ground Floor, New York, New York 10065 212-755-3800 Liz O’Brien Website: www.lizobrien.com E-mail: info@lizobrien.com Liz O’Brien specializes in American and European 20th-century decorative arts offering exceptional examples of furniture, lighting, art objects, and textiles.

Fine 18th- and 19th-century English furniture and decorative arts and antiques, period and estate jewelry. Since 1940.

Booth 66 LOST CITY ARTS 18 Cooper Square, New York, New York 10003 212-375-0500 Fax: 212-375-9342 James Elkind Website: www.lostcityarts.com E-mail: lostcityarts@yahoo.com

Booth 51 KESHISHIAN 73 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NE England +44 (0)20 7730 8810 Fax: +44 (0)20 7730 8803 New York, by appointment 212-956-1586 Eddy Keshishian and Arto Keshishian, Partners Website: www.KeshishianCarpets.com E-mail: info@KeshishianCarpets.com

Established in 1982, Lost City Arts is recognized internationally as a leading source of mid 20th-century fine art, design, furniture, lighting, and accessories.

Antique carpets and European tapestries and needlework, as well as 20th-century Arts and Crafts and Art Deco carpets.

Booth 56 MACKLOWE GALLERY, LTD. 667 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10065 212-644-6400 Fax: 212-755-6143 Website: www.macklowegallery.com E-mail: mail@macklowegallery.com

Booth 65 L’ANTIQUAIRE & THE CONNOISSEUR, INC. 36 East 73rd Street, New York, New York 10021 212-517-9176 Fax: 212-988-5674 Helen Fioratti, President; Arianna Fioratti-Loreto, Vice President; Catherine McCarthy Turer, Managing Director Website: www.lantiquaire.us E-mail: info@lantiquaire.us

Tiffany Studios lamps, art glass, and bronzes; French Art Nouveau furniture, art glass, lighting, ceramics, and lithographs; important antique and estate jewelry.

Ancient through 18th-century European works of art, drawings, and paintings; fine French and Italian furniture and sculpture.

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Booth 18 MAISON GERARD LTD. 53 East 10th Street, New York, New York 10003 212-674-7611 Fax: 212-475-6314 Website: www.maisongerard.com E-mail: home@maisongerard.com

Booth 43 NICHOLAS GRINDLEY WORKS OF ART LTD. The Boathouse, High Road, Great Finborough, Suffolk IP143A0 England +44 (0) 1449 777980 Nicholas Grindley, Director E-mail: nick@nicholasgrindley.com

20th-century and contemporary French furniture, lighting, and decorative arts. Specializing in French Art Deco, with a particular emphasis on the work of Maison Leleu.

Chinese furniture and works of art and idiosyncratic objects from all cultures. Booth 9 OLDE HOPE ANTIQUES, INC. P.O. Box 718, New Hope, Pennsylvania 18938 215-297-0200 Fax: 215-297-0300 Patrick Bell and Edwin Hild Website: www.oldehope.com E-mail: info@oldehope.com

Booth 71 MARTYN GREGORY 34 Bury Street, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6AU England +44 (0)20 7839 3731 Fax: +44 (0)20 7930 0812 Martyn Gregory, Proprietor; Patrick Conner and Penelope Gregory, Directors Website: www.martyngregory.com E-mail: mgregory@dircon.co.uk

Specializing in American painted furniture and folk art, including naïve paintings, weathervanes, hooked rugs, quilts, sculpture, and related accessories.

China Trade paintings and pictures relating to the Far East, 1700 to 1900; British paintings and watercolors.

Booth 72 PACE PRIMITIVE 32 East 57th Street, 7th Floor, New York, New York 10022 212-421-3688 Richard Solomon Website: www.paceprimitive.com Email: info@paceprimitive.com

Booth 60 MICHELE BEINY, INC. 53 East 82nd Street, New York, New York 10028 By appointment 212-794-9357 Fax: 212-772-0119 Michele Beiny Harkins, President Website: www.antiqueporcelainco.com E-mail: mbeinyharkins@aol.com

Museum quality tribal art from Africa and Oceania.

18th- and early 19th-century English and Continental porcelain and faïence, as well as French furniture and objets de vertu.

Booth 74 PETER FETTERMAN GALLERY 2525 Michigan Avenue Gallery A1, Santa Monica, California 90404 310-453-6463 Peter Fetterman Website: www.peterfetterman.com Email: peter@peterfetterman.com

Booth 22 MODERNE GALLERY 111 North Third Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106 215-923-8536 Robert Aibel Website: www.modernegallery.com Email: info@modernegallery.com

Classic 20th-century fine art photography with a humanist bias. Booth 29 PETER FINER 38 & 39 Duke Street, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6DF England +44 (0)20 7839 5666 Fax: +44 (0)20 7839 5777 The Old Rectory, Ilmington, Warwickshire CV36 4JQ England +44 (0) 1608 682267 Fax: +44 (0) 1608 682575 From the USA or Canada, 800-270-7951 Website: www.peterfiner.com E-mail: gallery@peterfiner.com

Important 20th-century design and decorative arts. Includes the work of George Nakashima, Wharton Esherick, Peter Voulkos, Sam Maloof, and Edward Moulthrop. Booth 70 NATHAN LIVERANT AND SON, LLC P.O. Box 103, 168 South Main Street, Colchester, Connecticut 06415 860-537-2409 Fax: 860-537-0577 Arthur S. Liverant, Proprietor Website: www.liverantantiques.com E-mail: mail@liverantantiques.com

Antique arms, armor, and related objects.

18th- and 19th-century American furniture, paintings, silver, glass, and related accessories. Specializing in fine examples of Connecticut and New England furniture made prior to 1840.

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Booth 46 PETER PAP ORIENTAL RUGS, INC. 1225 Main Street, Dublin, New Hampshire 03444 603-563-8717 Fax: 603-563-7158 470 Jackson Street, San Francisco, California 94111 415-956-3300 Fax: 415-956-3320 Peter B. Pap, President Website: www.peterpap.com E-mail: info@peterpap.com

Booth 54 RUPERT WACE ANCIENT ART LIMITED 14 Old Bond Street, London W1S 4PP England +44 (0)20 7495 1623 Fax: +44 (0)20 7495 8495 Rupert Wace Website: www.rupertwace.co.uk E-mail: info@rupertwace.co.uk

Oriental rugs produced by Nomads, village weavers, and urban and village workshops, dating from the 17th through the early 20th century.

Booth 31 S. J. SHRUBSOLE CORPORATION 104 East 57th Street, New York, New York 10022 212-753-8920 Fax: 212-754-5192 Eric N. Shrubsole, Timothy Martin, and James McConnaughy Website: www.shrubsole.com E-mail: inquiries@shrubsole.com

Ancient Egyptian, Classical, Near Eastern, and European antiquities.

Booth 37 PHILIP COLLECK, LTD. 311 East 58th Street, New York, New York 10022 212-486-7600 Fax: 212-829-1269 Mark Jacoby and Diana Jacoby, Owners Website: www.philipcolleck.com E-mail: PhilipColleck@hotmail.com

Fine English and American silver, 1450–1920, and fine jewelry, 1750 to contemporary. Booth 17 SAFANI GALLERY, INC. 7 East 75th Street, #2D, New York, New York 10021 212-570-6360 Fax: 212-861-4136 Alan Safani, President Website: www.safani.com E-mail: contact@safani.com

Specialists in 18th- and early 19th-century English furniture, clocks, and works of art. Established 1938. Booth 67 RALPH M. CHAIT GALLERIES, INC. 724 Fifth Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, New York 10019 212-397-2818 Fax: 212-319-0471 Allan S. Chait, President; Andrew H. Chait, Vice President; Steven J. Chait, Vice President Website: www.rmchait.com E-mail: info@rmchaitgal.net

Works of art from early cultures. Booth 35 SCHWARZ GALLERY 1806 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 215-563-4887 Fax: 215-561-5621 Robert D. Schwarz Jr., President Website: www.schwarzgallery.com E-mail: mail@schwarzgallery.com

Chinese works of art, including porcelain, jade, pottery, sculpture, ceramics, Export silver, and Indian Colonial silver. Established 1910. Booth 5 ROBERT YOUNG ANTIQUES 68 Battersea Bridge Road, London SW11 3AG England +44 (0)20 7228 7847 Fax: +44 (0)20 7585 0489 Robert Young and Josyane Young Website: www.robertyoungantiques.com E-mail: office@robertyoungantiques.com

American and European paintings, with an emphasis on Philadelphia artists such as Thomas Eakins, J. F. Peto, Arthur Carles, and members of the Peale family. Booth 21 STEPHEN & CAROL HUBER 40 Ferry Road, Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475 860-388-6809 Fax: 860-434-9709 Stephen and Carol Huber, Co-owners Website: www.antiquesamplers.com E-mail: hubers@antiquesamplers.com

Fine country furniture and folk art. Booth 75 ROGER KEVERNE LIMITED 16 Clifford Street, 2nd Floor, London W1S 3RG England +44 (0)20 7434 9100 Fax: +44 (0)20 7434 9101 Roger Keverne, Miranda Clarke Website: www.keverne.co.uk E-mail: enquiries@keverne.co.uk

American and English samplers, silk embroideries, needlework pictures, and textile accessories, 17th to 19th century.

Chinese ceramics and works of art from the Neolithic to the Qing dynasty, including jades, bronzes, enamels, lacquer, and other organic materials.

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Booth 24 SUZANNE COURCIER ¡ ROBERT W. WILKINS P.O. Box 395, Yarmouth Port, Massachusetts 02675 By appointment 508-362-5420 Suzanne Courcier and Robert W. Wilkins, Partners E-mail: courcierwilkins@comcast.net

Booth 19 THROCKMORTON FINE ART, INC. 145 East 57th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10022 212-223-1059 Fax: 212-223-1937 Spencer Throckmorton, President; Kraige Block, Director Website: www.throckmorton-nyc.com E-mail: throckmorton@earthlink.net

Period American furnishings, especially Shaker, with an emphasis on original condition

Pre-Columbian sculpture and textiles, Chinese jade and ceramics, tribal art, and vintage photography.

Booth 27 TAYLOR B. WILLIAMS ANTIQUES Chicago, Illinois Mailing address: P.O. Box 100, Harbert, Michigan 49115 By appointment 269-469-3613 Fax: 269-469-1670 David J. Bernard Website: www.enamels.com or www.taylorbwilliams.com E-mail: djbernard2@yahoo.com

Booth 55 TILLOU GALLERY 39 West Street, P.O. Box 1609, Litchfield, Connecticut 06759 860-567-9693 Fax: 860-567-8526 Website: www.tillouantiques.com E-mail: Jeffrey@tillouantiques.com 17th- and 18th-century American and European furniture, antique carpets, American folk art, arms and armor, early African sculpture, pre-Columbia art, Old Master paintings, American paintings and sculpture, classic cars from 1928–34, rare coins, medals, antiquities, Chinese Han and Tang ceramics and bronzes, early American blown glass and pottery, and Native American art.

18th-century American and English furniture and English ceramics and glass; English enamels a specialty. Booth 68 THE FINE ART SOCIETY PLC 148 New Bond Street, London W1S 2JT England +44 (0)20 7629 5116 Fax: +44 (0)20 7491 9454 Gordon Cooke and Simon Edsor, Directors Website: www.faslondon.com E-mail: art@faslondon.com British 19th- and 20th-century paintings, watercolors, drawings, prints, sculptures; architect-designed furniture, and decorative arts. Booth 20 THE OLD PRINT SHOP, INC. 150 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York 10016 212-683-3950 Fax: 212-779-8040 Robert K. Newman, Harry S. Newman, and Kenneth M. Newman Website: www.oldprintshop.com E-mail: info@oldprintshop.com American prints, drawings, maps, and watercolors, 1750 to 1950. Booth 50 THOMAS COLVILLE FINE ART 111 Old Quarry Road, Guilford, Connecticut 06437 By appointment 203-453-2449 1000 Madison Avenue, New York, New York 10075 By appointment 212-879-9259 Thomas Colville, Owner; Margaret Palmieri, Financial Coordinator; Allison Schaefer, Associate Website: www.thomascolville.com E-mail: tlc@thomascolville.com 19th-century American and French Barbizon School paintings, watercolors, and drawings.

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William Glackens (1870-1938), Summer, 1914, Oil on canvas, 26 ⅛ x 32 ⅛ inches

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PEACEABLE KINGDOM James Miller, circa 1850s, oil on canvas 44 x 55 inches

115 EAST 72ND STREET NEW YORK, NY 10021 TEL 212 472 1636 ALEXANDERGALLERY.COM

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ROSEWOOD CABINET WITH IVORY INTARSIA INLAY c. 1885. Signed: “Collinson & Lock, London.” Hardware marked: “Cope & Collinson.” Exhibited: Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (1986-1994). Illustrated: Cooper, Jeremy, Victorian and Edwardian Decor. NY: Abbeville Press, 1987, p. 149. (39” h x 47” w x 17-7/8” d)

Original key and signed hardware

Branded maker’s mark and number

Penwork aributed to Stephen Webb

170 Pequot Avenue, Southport, Connecticut 06890 • tel 203.255.2281 • fax 203.259.2204 By appointment only • www.associatedartists.net • aallc@dsparker.com 54

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A monumental marble sarcophagus-form planter depicting the Fall of Phaeton, Italian, ca. 1900. 37 ins. overall height including supports, 88 ins. wide, 32 ins. deep. Provenance: Hurstmont, the Harding Township, New Jersey estate designed by Stanford White in 1903. This sarcophagus is in keeping with the style of ancient Roman sarcophagi but was likely commissioned by Stanford White in Italy around 1900.

By Appointment 路 Katonah, N Y 路 212-744-6281 55 www.barbaraisrael.com Booth 53


Alexander Hamilton’s The Federalist. Lewis & Clark’s History of the Expedition. The monumental 1493 Nuremberg Chronicle. John James Audubon’s Birds of America. Discover these and other extraordinary books and autographs at Bauman Rare Books. Landmarks in American history, first edition literary classics, important historical documents and beautifully bound sets that would grace any fine library.

535 Madison Avenue, NYC | The Palazzo, Las Vegas | Philadelphia 800-972-2862 | WWW. BAUMANR AREBOOKS.COM 56

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C. L. PRICKETT Fine Authenticated American Antiques

Fine Chippendale Mahogany Block-Front Desk Salem, Massachusetts, circa 1775

An outstanding example having a stepped down interior with two exposed blocked fan drawers and a third concealed by a mirrored prospect door flanked by document drawers and valanced pigeon holes. The exterior exhibiting a blocked front, original pierced brasses, carved pendant centering the skirt and boldly sculptured ball and claw feet. Width 41", depth 21½", height 44½", writing ht. 33". Provenance: Descended through the family of Captain Nathaniel Nowell, Newburyport, Massachusetts. Literature: Featured in The Magazine Antiques, January, 1985, page 127. 930 Stony Hill Road, Yardley, (Bucks Co.), PA 19067 Telephone: (215) 493-4284 Website: www.clprickett.com Email: info@clprickett.com

Clarence, Craig, & Todd Prickett 57

Located just 25 minutes north of Philadelphia and 75 minutes south of NYC at the Newtown Exit, #49, of I-95. Hours: By appointment or by chance.

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CARLTON ROCHELL ASIAN ART

Buddha Sakyamuni at Bodhgaya, Tibet, late 12th/early 13th century, distemper on cloth, 277⁄8 in. by 233⁄4 in. (71 by 59 cm.)

121 EAST 71 STREET NEW YORK, NY 10021

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B Y A PPOINTMENT O NLY NEW YORK: TEL: (212) 759-6048

carolle@ctpdecorativearts.com www.antique-wallpaper.com

PARIS: TEL: (33-1) 45 50 33 01

“Canada”, scene from panoramique « Zones Terrestres », 1855. Wood-block printed by Zuber Manufacture, France, design by Eugène Ehrmann. Rare panel, wood-blocks destroyed and no longer printed since 1878. H. 6'7" x L. 8'7" One version in collection of Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris. 59

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CarswellRushBerlin american classical furniture

Important Classical Inlaid Rosewood Card Table with Verde-Antique and Gilt Decorated Carved Eagles

Photo: Richard Goodbody

Attributed to Duncan Phyfe (1768–1854) New York, circa 1815 H: 30½" W: 36" D: 18½"

Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc. P.O. Box 0210 Planetarium Station, New York, NY 10024-0210 : 212.721.0398, fax: 212.721.9082, e: carswellberlin@msn.com 60 www.American-Antiques.net Booth 30


CHRISTOPHER T. REBOLLO FINE PERIOD FURNITURE & ACCESSORIES 5728 Mechanicsville Road, P.O. Box 372, Mechanicsville, PA 18934 Phone: 215.794.9880 • Website: www.ChrisRebollo.com • Email: Chris@ChrisRebollo.com

Charles Willson Peale (1741–1827). Portrait of Philadelphia Merchant Andrew Caldwell, circa 1788. Oil on canvas, 30 x 25 inches. 61

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COHEN & COHEN Dealers in important Chinese Export Porcelain and Works of Art

COHEN & COHEN Pair of Vases and covers Qianlong, c. 1795 European Market Height: 24 inches (61cm) A large pair of Chinese export porcelain vases and covers very finely painted in famille rose enamels with scenes of lively buffalo beneath pine trees, the shoulders and covers with elaborate decoration.

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PO Box 366 REIGATE RH2 2BB UK Tel: +44 (0)1737 242180, Fax: +44 (0)1737 226236 Email: info@cohenandcohen.co.uk www.cohenandcohen.co.uk


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Portrait of a little girl wearing a blue dress seated in a child’s size painted Windsor armchair American, circa 1848 Tinted sixth-plate daguerreotype, 3 1/4 x 2 3/4 inches

David A. Schorsch~Eileen M. Smiles

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By appointment in New York T: 212.581.3090 RR3, Dundas, Ontario, Canada L9H 5E3 T: 917.921.0282 E: dellis@donaldellisgallery.com www.donaldellisgallery.com

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Elliott & Grace Snyder P. O. Box 598 S. Egremont, MA 01258 Tel: 413-528-3581 nfo@elliottandgracesnyder.com

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A carefully edited offering of exceptional period furniture, antiquities, and contemporary art for the discerning client.

Contemporary Art always incorporates the past. Interesting interiors do also.

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Frank & Barbara Pollack American Antiques & Art American Primitive Paintings, Furniture, Textiles, Folk Art, and Related Accessories of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries. 1214 Green Bay Road, Highland Park, IL 60035 Tel: 847.433.2213 barbarapollack@comcast.net www.antiquesandďŹ neart.com/bpollack

A True Masterpiece of the Art of the American Decorated Game Board 69 New England, circa 1875; 25" x 24" Booth 23


1730 21ST STREET NW WASHINGTON, DC 20009 T: 202.483.5005 DINERGALLERY.COM

TIFFANY STUDIOS BOTTLE VASE SIGNED L.T.C. D69

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Georgian Manor Antiques Fine English Furniture, Porcelain and Glass 29 Centre Street Fairhaven, Massachusetts 02719 Telephone: (508) 991-5675 • Fax: (508) 999-7177

Unusual Chinese Export Reverse Painting on Glass Depicting a European Family. Circa 1780. Framed: H. 17" x W. 13".

Enrique Goytizolo

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Charles H. Humphriss (1867-1934)

Indian Chief in Eagle Feather Headdress, 1906, bronze, 24 inches high. Inscribed C.H. Humphriss, 1906, Stamped Roman Bronze Works, N.Y. Š 2011 courtesy, Gerald Peters Gallery.

24 East 78th Street, New York, NY 10075 | (212) 628-9760

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Fine Old Master & Modern Prints & Drawings

HILL-STONE — INCORPORATED —

LUIGI SABATELLI

Florence 1773–1850 Milan

A Scene from Roman History. (detail) Drawing in brown ink with point of brush, gray wash, on yellowish brown prepared paper, extensively heightened with white, all over black chalk.

Correspondence:

Box 273, Gracie Station, New York, NY 10028 Telephone + 1 212 249 1397 Fax: + 1 212 861 4513 email: oldmaster@hill-stone.com • www.hill-stone.com On Park Avenue near the Metropolitan Museum of Art Chambre Syndicale de l’Estampe, du Dessin & du Tableau, Paris

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The World of Duncan Phyfe t h e a rt s o f n e w yo r k , 1800 –1847

Through February 17, 2012 T H E C ROW N B U I L D I N G

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TYRA LUNDGREN (1897-1979) Lidded urn Rorstrand, 1929 Stoneware green glaze Exhibited at the Exposition International Des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Paris, 1925 29”H x 18”D

HOSTLER BURROWS 104 FR ANKLIN STREET N E W YO R K , N Y 10 013 phone 212 343 0 471 f a x 212 343 0 47 2 w w w . h o s t l e r76b u r r o w s . c o m

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HYDE PARK FINEST ENGLISH 18TH AND EARLY 19TH CENTURY FURNITURE

A REGENCY GILTWOOD CONVEX MIRROR, CIRCA 1815 Height: 47˝ Width: 36˝

836 BROADWAY NEW YORK NEW 77 YORK 10003 TEL. 212-477-0033 WWW.HYDEPARKANTIQUES.COM

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James Edward Buttersworth (1817–1894)

Oil on canvas signed lower right, J.E. Buttersworth, circa 1871. This painting was commissioned by James Gordon Bennett Jr., owner of the yacht Dauntless shown at the center of the canvas and commodore of the New York Yacht Club. Trailing are the yachts Sappho and Columbia all three being America’s Cup defenders. Buttersworth is considered the preeminent artist of the sport of yachting with this painting amongst his finest masterpieces. Dimensions: 32 x 44 inches.

HYLAND GRANBY ANTIQUES Fax 508-778-4842 P.O. Box 457, Hyannis Port, MA 02647 Telephone 508-771-3070 78 www.hylandgranby.com E-mail: alan@hylandgranby.com Booth 48


Antiques that celebrate occupations and ceremonial rituals are distinct from the objects of everyday life. The antiques on display in our booth will make a strong connection with these celebratory occasions. We invite our audience to enjoy a sampling of what men and women can accomplish when they are moved to create and craft objects to commemorate these moments.

James & Nancy Glazer A M E R I C A N A N T I Q U E S

Celebrating four decades at the pinnacle of iconic American craftsmanship P.O. Box 222, Bailey Island, ME 04003 • (207) 833-6973

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INC. ESTABLISHED 1912

Antique Jewelry ~ Silver ~ Objets ~ Porcelain ~ Glass

          

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A Portrait of Six Members of the Patten Family of Portland, Maine, Circa 1813. The painting includes portraits of Stephen Patten and his wife Celia Lowell, drawn within painted images of miniature locket frames which are connected by a wedding ring, and the similarly presented intertwined portraits of their four children, Susan Hopkins, Celia Merrill, George and Edward. The joining of the individual images in this manner adds an element of familial connectedness and affection seldom as clearly expressed in American folk portraiture.

A very rare Queen Anne dressing table with a dramatically-shaped scalloped top. Cherry, in a fine old surface. Attributed to the Munn family of cabinetmakers, Deerfield, MA, c.1785. Case width 31 1/2", ht. 31 1/2".

A JOINT GALLERY AT 24 PARKER STREET NEWBURY, MA 01951 PETER EATON ~ WWW.PETEREATON.COM ~ (978) 465-2754 82

JOAN BROWNSTEIN ~ WWW.AMERICANFOLKPAINTINGS.COM ~ (978) 465-1089 Booth 45


A fine Chippendale carved mahogany tall case clock with movement by Frederick Maus. The clock retains its original carved rooster ornament. Philadelphia. Circa 1775.

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SPECIALIZING IN 20 TH CENTURY AMERICAN ART

PHOTOGRAPHY BY GAVIN ASHWORTH

ALEXANDER CALDER (AMERICAN, 1898-1976) By Appointment 50 E. 72ND St., 7B New York, NY 10021 tel 212-535-5096 fax 212-535-3554 jonathanboos.com jb@jonathanboos.com ALL WORKS BY ALEXANDER CALDER ©2011 CALDER FOUNDATION, NEW YORK / ARTISTS RIGHTS SOCIETY (ARS), NEW YORK 84

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Jonathan Trace BY APPOINTMENT

POST OFFICE BOX 7106 PORTSMOUTH, NH 03802 (603)431-1197 JTRACEANTIQUES @ MAC . COM

We are always interested in purchasing fine American silver and furniture-single items or collections.

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KESHISHIAN Antique Carpets, Tapestries & Aubussons

A RARE SULTANABAD CARPET, PERSIA, C.1870 • BRUSSELS TAPESTRY, The Triumph of Flora, C.1750 • FRENCH ART DECO CARPET, C.1930

Exhibiting at: Masterpiece London, 28 June - 3 July, 2012

www.keshishiancarpets.com LONDON 73 PIMLICO ROAD SW1W 8NE TEL: +44(0)20-7730 8810 FAX: +44(0)20-7730 8803 NEW YORK by appointment TEL: (212) 956881586 e-mail: info@keshishiancarpets.com

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Helen Costantino Fioratti

L’antiquaire & The Connoisseur

INC.

Antiques, Old Master Drawings, Paintings, Works of Art, Interiors

Tel. 212-517-9176 Fax 212-988-5674

36 East 73rd Street New York, NY, 10021

www.lantiquaire.com info@lantiquare.com

Above: 17th Century Augsburg ebony jewel cabinet with rock89crystal, hard stone, and gilt bronze sculptures and ornament.

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LES ENLUMINURES LTD. 2970 North Lake Shore Drive Chicago, Illinois 60657

Fairs 2012 Winter Antiques Show, New York, January 20–29, 2012 TEFAF, Maastricht, March 16–25, 2012 Salon du Dessin, Paris, March 28–April 2, 2012 Masterpiece, London, June 28–July 3, 2012

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MARTYN GREGORY THE LEADING SPECIALISTS IN PAINTINGS RELATED TO THE CHINA TRADE

Lamqua (b.1801): Self-portrait, 1845. Oil on canvas, 11 x 9 ¾ ins

MARTYN GREGORY GALLERY, 34 BURY STREET, ST. JAMES’S, LONDON SW1Y 6AU, UK Members of the British Antique Dealers’ Association and the Society of London Art Dealers

tel: (44) 20 7839 3731 fax: (44) 20 7930 0812 email: mgregory@dircon.co.uk www.martyngregory.com 96

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Peter Finer S P E C IALI STS I N ANTI Q U E AR M S, AR M O U R AN D R E LATE D O B J E CTS

A GERMAN SHAFFRON IN THE ‘MAXIMILIAN’ FASHION, PROBABLY NUREMBERG, CIRCA 1510-20 PROVENANCE: GERMAN PRINCELY COLLECTION

38-39 Duke Street, St. James’s, London, SW1Y 6DF, United Kingdom T: +44 (0) 20 7839 5666 F: +44 (0) 20 7839 5777 USA/CAN: 1 800 270 7951 www.peterfiner.com 104 gallery@peterfiner.com Booth 29


Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc. D I S T I N C T I V E

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1225 Main Street Dublin, New Hampshire 603.563.8717 Open to the public Wednesday – Saturday 10 to 5

1stdibs@NYDC 200 Lexington Avenue New York, New York Open to the public Monday – Saturday 10 to 5

Ziegler Mahal, Persia Late 19th Century 17' x 23' 4"

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P HILIP C OLLECK ,

LTD.

Beautiful Objects From Around the World With an Emphasis on Chinoiserie

ANTIQUES & APPRAISALS 311 EAST 58TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10022 TEL: 212-486-7600 FAX: 212-829-1269 106 philipcolleck.com info@philipcolleck.com Booth 37


ESTABLISHED 1910

WORKS OF ART • CHINESE ART 724 Fifth Avenue, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10019 • Tel: 212-397-2818 • Fax: 212-319-0471 www.rmchait.com • E-mail: info@rmchaitgal.net

FINE SET OF TWO FAMILLE ROSE EGGSHELL PORCELAIN DISHES, Yongzheng period, AD 1723-1735 Diameters: 8 1⁄4 inches

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SCHWARZ

Fine Paintings The Schwarz Gallery is a nationally-recognized authority on nineteenth- and early-twentieth-century painting, having published over eighty scholarly catalogues, often in collaboration with the leading experts in the field. This reputation, coupled with our long-standing relationships with collectors and curators alike, has afforded us the opportunity to place pictures in the collections of prominent individuals and major museums. The Gallery is located in a Center City Philadelphia townhouse near Rittenhouse Square. Visitors are welcome Tuesday through Friday, am to pm, Saturdays by appointment.

www.schwarzgallery.com

1806 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19103 215 563 4887 mail@schwarzgallery.com Art Dealers Association of America; Art and Antique Dealers League of America; CINOA 113

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MOUNT VERNON, circa 1825

Magnificent silk embroidered picture inscribed, "MT. VERNON RESIDENCE OF WASHINGTON" - "C. A. BRUCE." Worked by Charlotte Augusta Bruce while attending school, probably in New York City. She was an ancestor of Robert Moffat Bruce who founded the Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut. Wool, silk and watercolor on silk; 27 x 37 inches framed.

ALWAYS INTERESTED IN PURCHASING FINE NEEDLEWORK NOTE: Betty Ring's entire needlework collection will be sold at auction this January. Contact us for information and assistance.

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TAYLOR B. WILLIAMS ANTIQUES, L.L.C. American & English Furniture of the 18th & 19th Centuries, Decorative Accessories of the Period, English Enamels and Works of Art Mailing Address: PO Box 100, Harbert, Michigan 49115, Telephone number: 269-469-3613, Fax: 866-619-9684 E-mail: djbernard2@yahoo.com • Web sites: www.taylorbwilliams.com or www.enamels.com Member: THE ANTIQUES COUNCIL WE ARE ALWAYS INTERESTED116 IN PURCHASING 18TH CENTURY ENGLISH ENAMELS—An entire collection or a single box

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148 New Bond Street · London w1s 2jt + 44 (0)20 7629 5116 · art@faslondon.com www.faslondon.com James Jebusa Shannon ra Auburn, ny 1862– 1923 Estelle 1886 signed ‘j.j.shannon’, dated ‘86’ and inscribed ‘estelle’ 14¹⁄₂ x 17 inches · 37 x 43 cm

THE FINE ART SOCIETY Dealers since 1876

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IMPORTANT AMERICAN ART 1700-1950

The Bloody Massacre Perpetrated in King Street Boston on March 5th 1770 by a party of ye 29th Ret. . . . Engraving by Jonathan Mulliken, 1770.

INC. BUYING, SELLING AND BUILDING AMERICAN ART AND MAP COLLECTIONS FOR 114 YEARS. WWW.OLDPRINTSHOP.COM KENNETH M. NEWMAN HARRY S. NEWMAN ROBERT K. NEWMAN 150 LEXINGTON AVENUE AT 30TH STREET NEW YORK, NY 10016-8108 TEL 212.683.3950 FAX 212.779.8040 INFO@OLDPRINTSHOP.COM

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THROC KMORTON FINE ART

Veracruz, Hacha of a Harpy Eagle, Post-Classic 10th-12th century, Stone, H: 15 1/2 in. Ex. Private Collection, 1970s, CA 14 5 E A S T 5 7 t h S T R E E T , 3 r d F L O O R , N E W Y O R K , N Y 10 0 2 2 Tel. 212. 223. 1059 Fax. 212. 223. 1937 www.throckmorton-nyc.com info@throckmorton-nyc.com Galler y Hours: Tuesday - 120 Saturday 11 AM - 5 PM Booth 19


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Vetting Committee 2012 Winter Antiques Show

Honorary Chairman WENDELL GARRETT Co-Chairs

JOAN BOENING ALICE LEVI DUNCAN JONATHAN TRACE ROBERT YOUNG

Armin B. Allen Alan Andersen Robert D. Aronson Craig Basmajian David Bauman Eric W. Baumgartner Michele Beiny Harkins Carlo Bella Nancy Bialler Dilys E. Blum Giovanni Bucchi Russell Buskirk Steven J. Chait Judy M. Cohen Paul E. Cohen Thomas Colville Carol Conover Wendy A. Cooper Sean Corcoran Suzanne Courcier Wes Cowan Kirtland H. Crump Leon J. Dalva Allan L. Daniel Barbara E. Deisroth Barry Leo Delaney Theodore Dell Ulysses Grant Dietz John I. Dintenfass Dennis R. Dodds

Consuelo W. Dutschke Linda Eaton Martin Eidelberg James Elkind Jackie Fay Stuart P. Feld Daniel Finamore Mimi Findlay Peter Findlay Peter Finer Jim Francis Stuart M. Frank Ronald Fuchs II Jennifer Garland Ross Jasper Gaunt Fred Giampietro Judith Glass Nancy Glazer Joseph Goddu James B. Godfrey Enrique Goytizolo Martyn Gregory Pat Halfpenny Gregory Hedberg Ariel Herrmann Edwin Hild Sandra Hindman Stacy C. Hollander Kim Hostler Robert Hunter

Ryoichi Iida Barbara Israel Robert Israel Mark Jacoby Harmer Johnson Margot Johnson Bernie Karr Brian Kathenes Marybeth Keene Roger D. Keverne Brian Kish Deborah E. Kraak Simeon Lagodich Martin P. Levy Michele Majer DeWitt Mallary Richard C. Malley Tim Martin Lark Mason Mary Cheek Mills Henry C. Monahan Roddy Moore Edward Munves Robert Mussey Kirk J. Nelson Robert K. Newman Barbara Pollack David Rago Richard Rasso Simon Redburn

Kenneth W. Rendell Miguel Saco Paul Schaffer Peter L. Schaffer David A. Schorsch Larry Shar Cameron M. Shay Elle Shushan Rand Silver Jonathan Snellenburg Elliott Snyder Grace Snyder Douglas B. Stock Alan N. Stone Peter Tillou Mark M. Topalian James W. Tottis Cornelius Van Horne Anthony Victoria Frederick C. Vogt Roberta Waddell Rupert Wace Michael Ward Mark West Gerard Widdershoven Robert W. Wilkins Adam M. Williams Gerold M. Wunderlich Janet Zapata Philip Zea

(List Incomplete)

All the members of the Vetting Committee are authorities within their respective fields, and their impartial expertise affords the public the highest level of confidence in the fine and decorative arts offered at the 2012 Winter Antiques Show. Each Vetting Committee member represents himself or herself and does not represent or act as an agent of any institution or business. The process of vetting assures the purchaser that every item offered at the Winter Antiques Show has been authenticated through careful professional scrutiny, satisfies all vetting guidelines, and is accurately described on its label. As in years past, each exhibitor personally backs each item sold at the Winter Antiques Show with a certificate of guarantee and bill of sale, which includes full particulars of the item as found on the descriptive label. The discerning public may make this purchase with complete confidence. East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show Committee wish to thank the individuals listed above who have given their time and expertise in these procedures.

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THE SEWELL C. BIGGS

Winterthur Furniture Forum Furniture in the South: Makers & Consumers March 1–2, 2012 Join us for a forum of groundbreaking lectures and workshops by key scholars who will present discoveries about the furniture and furnishings of specific southern regions, makers, and consumers as well as northernmade furniture sold to southern customers. Corner cupboard (detail), Museum purchase.

Winterthur Ceramics Conference Wining, Dining & Ceramics! April 26–27, 2012 Join an unparalleled assemblage of experts as they study beverage and dinner wares and the entertainments that included them from the 1600s through the 1800s. The conference also celebrates the opening of Uncorked! Wine, Objects & Tradition in the Winterthur Galleries. Earthenware punch bowl, Liverpool, England, 175070. Museum purchase with funds provided by Mr. and Mrs. John Mayer and Mrs. Lammot du Pont Copeland.

Uncorked! Wine, Objects & Tradition Opening April 28, 2012 in the Winterthur Galleries Celebrate objects and imagery created in response to society’s love of wine. Explore the historic role this beverage has played in the worlds of design, international trade, and social life. Visit winterthur.org/uncorked for more information. Presented by William Hogarth, A Midnight Modern Conversation, London, England, 1733. Gift of Gordon A. Rust.

49th Annual Delaware Antiques Show November 9–11, 2012 Don’t miss one of the East Coast’s premier antiques events, featuring sixty of the country’s most distinguished dealers of American antiques and decorative arts, including furniture, paintings, rugs, ceramics, jewelry, and more. Visit winterthur.org/das or call 800.448.3883 for more information.

Winterthur is nestled in Delaware’s beautiful Brandywine Valley on Route 52, between I-95 and Route 1, less than one hour south of Philadelphia.

For information and registration call 125 800.448.3883 or visit winterthur.org.


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Mull with gold and agate mounts. Scotland, c. 1800. H. 3"

“Morning News” by Louis van der Pol, Dutch (1896-1982). Oil on canvas, signed, c. 1930. H. 46"; W. 39.5".

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English silver and glass tankard with semi-precious stones, 19th century.

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KPM porcelain plaque, German. Late 19th century. L. 16.5"; W. 12.5".

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MARTIN JOHNSON HEADE

Coast of Newport 1874 Oil on canvas

(1819-1904)

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Provenance: Louisville Liberty National Bank & Trust Co., Louisville, Kentucky; Private Collections Exhibited: Louisville Industrial Exposition, 1875; On loan to Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama, 1997-98 Literature: Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. The Life and Works of Martin Johnson Heade. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press, 1975. catalogue 175, illustrated; J. Gray Sweeney. â&#x20AC;&#x153;A â&#x20AC;&#x2DC;Very Peculiarâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; Picture: Martin Johnson Headeâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Thunderstorm over Narragansett Bay.â&#x20AC;? Archives of American Art Journal 28, 4 (1988): 11-12; Sarah Cash. Ominous Hush: The Thunderstorm Paintings of Martin Johnson Heade. Fort Worth, TX: Amon Carter Museum, 1994. 52; Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr., et al. Martin Johnson Heade. Exhibition catalogue. Boston, MA: Museum of Fine Arts, 1999. 17; Theodore E. Stebbins, Jr. The Life and Work of Martin Johnson Heade: A Critical Analysis and Catalogue RaisonnĂŠ. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2000. catalogue 233. 259-60, illustrated

PARTIAL GALLERY INVENTORY REYNOLDS BEAL ALBERT BIERSTADT JOSEPH BLACKBURN ELIZABETH BOOTT DUVENECK WILLIAM BRADFORD ALFRED T. BRICHER CHARLES BURCHFIELD JAMES BUTTERSWORTH JOHN SINGLETON COPLEY CHARLES H. DAVIS JOHN H. DOLPH

THOMAS DOUGHTY JACOB EICHHOLTZ LEMUEL ELDRED JOHN J. ENNEKING WILLIAM H. FOSTER FREDERICK C. FRIESEKE CHARLES H. GIFFORD ABBOTT FULLER GRAVES EMILE GRUPPĂ&#x2030; WILLIAM HART CHARLES HAWTHORNE

MARTIN JOHNSON HEADE WINSLOW HOMER DAVID JOHNSON JOHN F. KENSETT CHARLES BIRD KING JOHN LA FARGE EDMUND DARCH LEWIS EDMUND H. OSTHAUS WALTER LAUNT PALMER WILLIAM TROST RICHARDS EMILY SARGENT

JAMES SHARPLES JOSHUA H. SHAW WARREN SHEPPARD GILBERT STUART JANE STUART A.F. TAIT JOHN HENRY TWACHTMAN ELIHU VEDDER WILLIAM GUY WALL BENJAMIN WEST WORTHINGTON WHITTREDGE

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East Side House Settlement Board of Managers Chairman Joan P. Young* President Peter D. Standish Vice Presidents Karen Kemp Glover Stephen J. Ketchum Treasurer William S. Elder Secretary Mrs. Leslie Keno Lucinda C. Ballard Courtney E. Booth David L. Duffy* Fay Gambee Mrs. Marjorie Johnson Hewett Sven E. Hsia Emily Israel Christine Janis George G. King Richard E. Kolman Arie L. Kopelman Mrs. Grace Baxter Lamour Michael R. Lynch Jack C. McAlinden* Dolores O’Brien Miller Seema Mohanty Hon. Eugene Oliver Jr. Robert Pondiscio Catalina Quiñones Thomas H. Remien Andrew P. Siff Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Mrs. Charles F. Smithers Ruth H. Smithers Philip L. Yang Jr.

East Side House Settlement East Side House Settlement is a community resource in the South Bronx. We believe education is the key which enables all people to create economic and civic opportunities for themselves, their families, and their community. Our focus is on critical developmental periods—early childhood and adolescence, and critical junctures—points at which people are determined to become economically independent. We enrich, supplement, and enhance the public school system and place college within reach of motivated students. We provide services to families in order that other family members may pursue their educational goals. We provide technology and career readiness training to enable students to improve their economic status and lead more fulfilling lives.

Programs Sponsored by East Side House Settlement Early Childhood Services

Elementary and Youth Services

Honorary Members Robert F. R. Ballard* Mario Buatta Mrs. Roland W. Donnem

• Pre-Kindergarten Program

• Attendance Improvement/ Drop-Out Prevention Program

• Day Care

• After-school and Evening Educational Programs

Executive Director John A. Sanchez

Young Adult and Adult Services

• College Preparation Program

• Social Services Program

• Summer Day Camp

• Senior Citizens Program

• Mott Haven Village Preparatory High School

Associate Executive Director Josué Rodriguez *Past President

• Head Start

• Youth and Adult Educational Services Program

• Bronx Haven High School

• Financial Literacy Program

• Smith Campus Young Adult Borough Center

Community Technology Services

• High School for Excellence and Innovation • New Explorers High School

East Side House Settlement 337 Alexander Avenue Bronx, New York 10454 Telephone (718) 665-5250 Fax (718) 585-1433 www.eastsidehouse.org

• Collegiate Institute for Math and Science

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East Side House Settlement 2012 Winter Antiques Show

THE HERITAGE SOCIETY East Side House Settlement has established the Heritage Society, in which membership is offered to qualified donors based on their cumulative gifts through individual annual gifts, bequests, and other forms of creative giving. Our intention is to recognize and honor generous donors whose contributions are vital to the fulfillment of our mission and to the continued legacy of philanthropy that has benefited East Side House for more than one hundred years. Members of the Heritage Society are invited to special seminars with a wide range of topics as well as to special events, including those events associated with the Winter Antiques Show. For a brochure and more detailed information, please contact John Sanchez, Executive Director of East Side House Settlement: telephone (718) 665-5250; fax (718) 585-1433; or e-mail: jas@eastsidehouse.org Philanthropists ($250,000 or more) ESTATE OF LOUIS W. BOWEN ESTATE OF WILLIAM & ANN ZELL

Patrons ($100,000 to $249,999) ANONYMOUS W. GRAHAM ARADER III ESTATE OF BERENICE B. HETKIN JEAN L. & ROBERT A. STERN ENDOWMENT PHILIP L. YANG JR.

Sponsors ($50,000 to $99,999) MR. & MRS. MARVIN H. DAVIDSON MR. & MRS. CARL S. FORSYTHE III MICHAEL GLEISSNER RICHARD B. HOLLAMAN ARIE L. KOPELMAN JAMES F. MCCOLLOM JR. THE HONORABLE EUGENE OLIVER JR. GEORGE D. O’NEILL MRS. EDMOND J. SAFRA MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS Supporters ($25,000 to $49,999) Dr. Darrick E. Antell Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. R. Ballard BTIG LLC William Callanan Christopher J. Carrera Caxton Associates, LP Peter D’Angelo David L. Duffy & Marcelline Thomson Fay Gambee Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association Richard Green Stephen J. Ketchum David Long Elizabeth Valk Long Michael R. Lynch Jack C. McAlinden Estate of Cleo Lawson Mitchell John H. Reilly Jr. Thomas Remien & Mary Anne Hunting

Candida Romanelli Estate of Joseph D. Ryle Stephen R. Seiter Peter & Lenore Standish Rodney Strickland Milton S. Teicher Joan P. Young

Friends ($10,000 to $24,999) Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Ames Jonathan Brandt Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Breck Mario Buatta Margaret M. Clucas Marina Rust Connor Robert A. Constable Mrs. Roland W. Donnem Lindsay Gruber Dunham Pamela Fiori Jean Fleischhacker Frances Goodwin Sven Hsia Christine Janis 142

Chandra Jessee Paul Tudor Jones Mr. & Mrs. Mark Elliot Kingdon Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Kolman Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Kravis Valerie Anne Krieger Anuj Malhotra Peter Muller Alexander & Suzanne Rhea Foundation Mark Schienberg Jeffrey M. Siegal Andrew P. Siff Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Harvey Silverman Ruth H. Smithers Nancy F. Solomon William W. Stahl Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kingman Weld Glenn E. Whitmore


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FOUNDATIONS, CORPORATIONS, AND TRUSTS East Side House Settlement would like to thank the following foundations, corporations, and trusts for their generous support in 2011. $150,000 or more PINKERTON FOUNDATION ROBIN HOOD FOUNDATION

$100,000 or more CLARK FOUNDATION TIGER FOUNDATION

$50,000 or more JP MORGAN CHASE FOUNDATION HENRY AND LUCY MOSES FUND

$15,000 or more FRANCES L. & EDWIN L. CUMMINGS MEMORIAL FUND HAGEDORN FUND TEAGLE FOUNDATION

$10,000 or more LILY AUCHINCLOSS FOUNDATION TANAKA MEMORIAL FOUNDATION

$5,000 or more THEODORE H. BARTH FOUNDATION BTMU FOUNDATION EPSTEIN TEICHER PHILANTHROPIES FIDELITY INVESTMENTS

Other Funders AMERICAN CHAI TRUST JOHN N. BLACKMAN SR. FOUNDATION EDITH C. BLUM FOUNDATION METZGER-PRICE FUND LAURA B. VOGLER FOUNDATION

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INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP GIFTS President’s Circle ($5,000 or more) BTIG LLC Jonathan Brandt Steven Cho Mr. Martin Ferraro Chandra Jessee Arie L. Kopelman Mrs. Edmond J. Safra Mrs. Charles F. Smithers Mr. & Mrs. Stephan Solomon The Tides Center Joan P. Young

Sustainers ($2,500 to $4,999) A. C. Israel Foundation Inc. Michael J. DeMarco Fay Gambee Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Kolman Michael R. Lynch Seema Mohanty Alexander & Suzanne Rhea Foundation Peter D. Standish

Sponsors ($1,000 to $2,499) Lucinda C. Ballard Stuart Becker Jodi Bombace Barbara Byrne Francescio Cafagna Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey H. Camm Dayton T. Carr Joseph P. Cerroni Bert E. Cohen Kevin Cottrell Jeffrey D. Enslin Mr. & Mrs. Alessandro Saracino Fendi Jeffrey R. Fittipaldi Benjamin Foley John G. Forbes Jr. David B. Ford Michael Gan Denise Giordano Karen Kemp Glover Sven E. Hsia Toby T. Hsieh Carolyn Hsu-Dalcer Joel Isaacson

Emily Israel Christine Janis Thomas J. Juliana The Kandell Fund Paul E. Kaplan & Sally Schnappauf Eric Klodnicki Robert Leeks Jennifer Magro Randall T. McCallum Stephen J. McCarthy Brian Miller Dolores O’Brien Miller Arnold Mintz Joshua I. Piestrup Regions Morgan Keegan Thomas H. Remien Candida Romanelli Debora H. Schnappauf Martin D. Shafiroff Andrew P. Siff Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Ruth H. Smithers Morgan & Jennifer Stebbins Linda Sylling Peter W. Tucker Eric A. Wittenberg Mr. & Mrs. William L. Zeckendorf

Donors ($500 to $999) Beth Rudin DeWoody David L. Duffy Lawrence Epstein Mr. & Mrs. Austin T. Fragomen Mr. & Mrs. Buzzy E. Geduld Ruth R. Glancy Joyce Golden Mr. & Mrs. Morrison H. Heckscher Charles P. Hutton Ricardo Lisojo Mr. & Mrs. Walter Noel Mr. & Mrs. James M. Noonan Robert Penn Prestige Mills Inc. Julian Radford Mark Schienberg Lilly Sehayek Jonathan Trace Mr. & Mrs. Richard B.Weiss

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Associates ($100 to $499) Daniel L. Abramoski Mr. & Mrs. Joel Appelbaum Mr. & Mrs. Van Ayvazian Peter Brotman Robert Burt Eric J. Camm Helen B. Casey Gerard Dalton Christine de Vries Edward T. Dunne Mr. & Mrs. James J. Finn William Foster Robert Froelich Lou Giordano Gregory Greves Stephen J. Guihan Jessica Gusberg Farzine C. Hachenmian Richard J. Hall-Reppen Claire Marie Hart Mr. & Mrs. Timothy D. Haskin Mrs. Richard B. Hollaman Marilyn C. Hoyt Karina Kirsch Iris & Edward Klein Carol Herselle Krinsky Judith S. Leonard David Lester Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Loening Nicholas Martini C. Stephen Metzler Juan Miguel Meyer Mr. & Mrs. Andrew Miller Mary Miller Americo Nardis Limus Nilsson Jonathan Noble Lawrence Lorenzo Ottaviano MD Mr. & Mrs. Stowe C. Phelps Ed & Beverly Picker Jenny Quirindongo Mr. & Mrs. John R. Robinson Sarah Rodriguez Scott R. Rumbold Louis R. Russac Fiona A. Schaeffer Kim Setoodeh

Frank Sica Allison Silverstein Laurence T. Sorkin Esq. Rocco Spota Robert & Surie Sugarman Tania Thalkar Peter Tillou Helen S. Tucker Mr. & Mrs. Ted S. Waksman Steven A. White Friends ($1 to $99) Lisa Brunner Samuel Buchbinder Gregory Carriero Geraldine Cobbs John Eberle Ray Frankel Jamie Freedman Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Gambee Laura Herron Wei-Jen Hsieh Mary Yung Kantor Ana Leiva Susan Macri Nancy E. Martin Julie Miller Yesenia Montilla Julia Mushalko Nathan O’Reilly Carolina Pichardo Catherine Prefontaine Helena Scanlon Mr. & Mrs. Timothy G. Terrell Melania Valverde


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Regina Bonsu . . . is in high school, anticipating graduation Regina Bonsu, a seventeen-year-old from the African nation of Ghana, arrived in the United States in 2002. Not unlike other students served by East Side House’s programs, her focus was education and job readiness. Regina entered Mott Haven Village Prep in the ninth grade, having learned English as a second language. “It’s not like the high school you expect from TV,” she claims. “The teachers really stay on me. I have to do my work and get serious. My grade average is a 92 now.”

Since inception in 2002, Mott Haven Village Preparatory High School, East Side House Settlement’s first partnership with the New York City Department of Education, has consistently achieved a graduation rate of close to 90%, and more than 90% of these graduates have gained admission to college. Today, students from the very first graduating classes of Mott Haven Village Prep are graduating from college and entering the workforce. The students profiled here are each at a different point along our timeline.

During the past two years of high school, Regina has participated in a service learning project in New Orleans, made a film with the Urban Arts Partnership, and spent summers in Colorado and India through the SummerSearch program. “There are so many things that I can say I did because of East Side House,” she explains. “The staff goes above and beyond for every student willing to become involved . . . and I think that’s really cool.” Currently in her senior year, Regina is approaching the future with confidence and optimism. “After high school, I hope to attend a college of my choice and I want to major in international studies and political science or journalism,” she says. “With that, I hope to find a career that will allow me to give back to my community and hopefully the rest of the world.” Regina anticipates graduation from Mott Haven Village Prep in 2012 and is in the process of applying to college. Passionate about human rights, she dreams of working for the United Nations or pursuing a career in photojournalism.

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When she entered public school at Mott Haven Village Prep, her experience proved to be very different than she expected. “The school was amazing!”

Geraldine Manan . . . has graduated from high school, and is enrolled in college

Geraldine Manan attended a private school from kindergarten through ninth grade. Her life changed dramatically when her parents separated. She had to care for two younger siblings and could not continue in private school.

from East Side House and fighting for financial aid, her plans to enroll in college became possible. “East Side House gave me two things,” she exudes. “The first was amazing people who dedicated their time and energy on getting me to college expecting nothing in return but for my dreams to come true. The second was goals, goals that will take me farther than my local beauty salon.”

When she entered public school at Mott Haven Village Prep, her experience proved to be very different than she expected. “The school was amazing!” she describes. “The teachers cared and volunteered to stay late. They really thought about me and what was best.”

Geraldine has matriculated at Wheaton College, where she plans to double major in Criminal Psychology and Business Management.

By learning how to manage her time, Geraldine took advantage of what East Side House had to offer: college visits and other trips, after-school classes with computers, and Young Women in Leadership groups. “It’s hard to put into words what East Side House does for kids,” she explains. “The way they treated us helped me see what I could do and get to.” The demands of her home life and needs of her family made it a challenge for Geraldine to focus on herself and make the decision to go to college, even though she had been accepted by Wheaton College, her first choice. By earning scholarships

Today, more young people than ever before are seeking East Side House’s services and beating the odds to complete high school, go on to college, graduate from college, and join the workforce.

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Jose Rodriguez . . . is approaching graduation from college Born in the Dominican Republic, Jose Rodriguez moved to New York City when he was seven years old. He needed to learn English as a second language to succeed in school. Jose transferred into Mott Haven Village Prep in the tenth grade, where he excelled. “All teachers get to learn their students’ names due to smaller class sizes, and they quickly learn each individual student’s learning style,” he describes. “The programs they have are relevant to what you need.”

One of New York City’s oldest nonprofit social service agencies, East Side House was established in 1891 on the Upper East Side of Manhattan and has served residents of the South Bronx since 1963.

By the time he graduated, he had the third highest GPA in his class, had served as school president, and started two of his own businesses – a clothing line and a dessert company. “I always knew I wanted to be a CEO or an Executive,” he explains. “To do that, I had to go to college.” Through East Side House, Jose was able to go on sponsored trips. “I got to learn about the outside world, be exposed to different things. I got to see colleges and go to the Winter Antiques Show. I met a lot of important people. I met the Mayor. Not all schools can give you that.”

With the support of the Winter Antiques Show, East Side House is able to deliver on the promise of educational and economic opportunity.

Jose is now a full-time student and Resident Assistant at Marist College, approaching graduation. “My parents are really proud of how much I have done,” he says. “I am the first one in my family to go to college, and I will be the first one to graduate college. My younger sister is nine years old and she is already saying she wants to go to college. It makes me so happy to hear her say that.” Jose is majoring in Business Administration with an emphasis on marketing and a minor in Fashion Merchandising. He is on track to graduate from Marist in 2012. In addition to running his own businesses, he has worked for Target for five years. After graduation he hopes to become an executive in the company.

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“I was a kid from the Bronx. I was scared and didn’t think college was for me. But my college counselor from East Side House spoke with me, and said not to let anything stop me from having a great education.”

Roberto Rio . . . is a college graduate, and in the workforce When Roberto Rios returned to Mott Haven Village Prep as a college graduate to give the keynote address at commencement, his message to his peers was inspired: “Now is your time to define yourselves. Life is not always easy, but if you get through your challenges, you will find that the reward is that much sweeter. If I can do it, so can you. Break the stereotypes.”

In college, Roberto had to stay focused and work hard. With patience and perseverance, he graduated with a 3.0 GPA. “Even though you are away, the stress and needs from home still follow you,” he explains. “But the support system from East Side House was still there even after I left. They are a family to me even now.”

Roberto was the first in his family to go to college, and he had to face obstacles to get there. “I didn’t even go to my college interview the first time,” he confides. “I was a kid from the Bronx. I was scared and didn’t think college was for me. But my college counselor from East Side House spoke with me, and said not to let anything stop me from having a great education. Thinking about going away from the environment where I was born and raised into the unknown – where I didn’t think I’d fit in – was hard. I had to overcome my fear, and my mom did too.”

Roberto graduated from Marist College in 2010 with a B.A. in Psychology, a minor in Criminal Justice, and a paralegal certificate. He is presently working as a research assistant at Columbia University Medical Center studying the development of asthma in children in New York City. He is considering pursuing a Masters Degree in Public Health or a related field.

“East Side House helped me tremendously, and really took care of us,” he adds. “I had opportunities I otherwise would not have had, like going on college trips, attending the Winter Antiques Show, taking SAT courses and college prep workshops.”

A trusted community resource, East Side House helps 8,000 individuals improve their lives each year by providing access to quality education and technology training as gateways out of poverty.

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WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW EDUCATION FUND For more than 50 years, the Winter Antiques Show has provided crucial financial support for East Side House Settlement, which offers a variety of social services and educational programs to those living in the Bronx. Recognizing that education is the key to opportunity, East Side House–in partnership with the New York City Department of Education–founded two schools in the community: Mott Haven Village Preparatory High School and Bronx Haven High School. The schools’ initial enrollment of 70 will soon reach 700 students, all with impressive graduation and college acceptance rates. Based on the success of these two schools, East Side House has opened four new school programs within the partnership, and will serve more than 1,200 students this year with the goal of reaching 1,350 students by 2013. The Winter Antiques Show Education Fund, made possible through the generosity of loyal members of the Winter Antiques Show family, was established to provide college readiness and other programs for these students as they strive toward obtaining high school diplomas and college educations. With so many young people seeking East Side House’s services and beating the odds, there has never been a more meaningful time to make an impact. To learn more about East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show Education Fund, please call 718-665-5250. East Side House Settlement thanks Bank of America for its generous founding gift to establish the Winter Antiques Show Education Fund.

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Opposite page: The parlor, Van Cortlandt Manor House. Historic Hudson Valley presents family furnishings in the interiors where they were originally displayed and used. The five-legged card table with serpentine front, a Van Cortlandt possession, is considered a distinctly New York form. Photo by Mick Hales. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley. Below: The Reading Room in Historic Hudson Valley’s new headquarters building in Pocantico Hills, New York. Photo by Bryan Haeffele. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley.

ROCKEFELLER PATRONAGE IN SLEEPY HOLLOW COUNTRY by Kathleen Eagen Johnson

During the year 2011 - 2012, Historic Hudson Valley (HHV) commemorates the 60th anniversary of its founding. HHV owns and operates five National Historic Landmarks located in New York’s Westchester and Dutchess Counties: Philipsburg Manor, Van Cortlandt Manor, Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, Union Church of Pocantico Hills, and Montgomery Place. HHV also operates public programs for Kykuit, a historic site of the National Trust which is operated and maintained by the Rockefeller Brothers Fund.

Indeed, Rockefeller philanthropy has been the cornerstone of preservation in Sleepy Hollow Country since 1951, when John D. Rockefeller, Jr., founded HHV as Sleepy Hollow Restorations. In addition to its generous philanthropic commitments, the family set a standard of organizational excellence that continues to inspire. At times, Rockefeller family participation in the creation of these sites was very involved, including collaboration with researchers, craftspeople, architects, and curators working on these projects. At other times, the family provided the vision and the funds to shape the properties. Rockefeller family members recognized the area’s inspirational power as well as the inestimable public value gained by preserving important historic properties, their contents, and surrounding lands and vistas. Central to the family’s research-based preservation efforts was the acquisition of art, artifacts, books, and manuscripts, including especially noteworthy gifts made by the late Mrs. Robert P. Browne, J. Dennis Delafield, and the heirs of William and Ruth Diebold.

Marking this important milestone, HHV proudly opened its new headquarters in Pocantico Hills, on acreage given by the estate of the late Laurance S. Rockefeller. Designed by architect Peter Pennoyer, the building includes a new library and research center, and provides another venue for fostering public history– focused dialogue while also raising the profile of the institution’s library collections. A generous donation from David Rockefeller helped support its construction.

How did the Rockefellers come to Sleepy Hollow Country? In 1893, John D. Rockefeller, Sr., (1839–1937, and hereafter Senior) purchased land for a country house 25 miles north of Manhattan in Pocantico Hills, near Tarrytown. John D. Rockefeller, Jr., (1874–1960, and hereafter Junior) oversaw the construction of the estate which eventually encompassed more than 4,000 acres. It was called “Kykuit” (rhymes with pie-cut), meaning “lookout” in Dutch. As he fulfilled his father’s charge to share family wealth through a professionally organized approach to philanthropy, Junior made sure that the broad program of charitable efforts included art, history, and conservation organizations. Inspired in part by the love of art and beauty that so strongly shaped the lives of Junior and his wife Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (1874–1948, and hereafter Abby), their descendants were, and still are, active art collectors, preservationists, and environmentalists.


Junior and Abby first lived at Kykuit in 1908 and returned seasonally for the rest of their lives. Their actions, and the actions of their family, spoke of their commitment to community and region—in this case, the greater Tarrytown area known as Sleepy Hollow Country.

represent the mid-19th century, a testament to Irving’s exalted status as a writer, diplomat, and cultural ambassador. In his opening ceremony speech, Junior framed Sunnyside’s importance in high-stakes terms: That we Americans may play successfully the role of world leadership into which we are being cast by force of circumstances, we must know the history, the great characters, the culture and the customs of both our own nation and of other nations as well. In that way only can we hope to understand and appreciate the peoples of the world and to enter into sympathetic and cooperative relations with them. By opening to the public the home of Washington Irving as it was when he lived here and helping to interpret the life of a great American—writer, historian, and man of international interests—we can further, in even a small way, the preparation of our nation for its high task.

Beginning in the early 19th century, the Sleepy Hollow area was recognized the world over as being quintessentially American. Washington Irving (1783–1859) immortalized it and other locales in the Hudson River Valley as otherworldly places steeped in deep tradition, magical power, and scenic beauty through his stories “Legend of Sleepy Hollow” and “Rip Van Winkle,” published in The Sketch Book (1819). Irving brought even greater fame to the area in 1835 when he purchased a small structure in Tarrytown and remodeled it into his fancifully romantic dwelling, Sunnyside. Within a few years of its creation, Sunnyside was widely depicted as an idyllic symbol of American home life and Americans everywhere consumed goods and services named after Sleepy Hollow, Sunnyside, Knickerbocker, Gotham, and Rip Van Winkle—all catchphrases derived from Irving’s creative spirit.

Soon afterward, both Sunnyside and Philipse Castle were transferred to a new entity. They were restored and interpreted according to the standards Junior had set at Colonial Williamsburg, another of his projects. In 1951, New York State chartered Sleepy Hollow Restorations, later renamed Historic Hudson Valley, as a non-profit educational institution. A third historic property, Van Cortlandt Manor in Croton-on-Hudson, joined the organization in 1959.

Historic Hudson Valley’s beginnings can be traced to 1940. In that year, the Historical Society of the Tarrytowns enlisted Junior to help it acquire Philipse Castle, an endangered landmark which opened as a museum three years later. The site initially featured an imaginative potpourri of history, an approach that would change radically as Junior became more involved.

Beginning in the mid-1980s, the organization rode a second wave of growth and change. Much of this activity was inspired by Laurance S. Rockefeller (1910–2004, and hereafter Laurance), who had been elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees in 1981 and whose guiding spirit continued for twenty years thereafter. During Laurance’s period of influence, institutional vision broadened. The organization added sites, adopted a new name, and formed strategic partnerships. Laurance also catalyzed the organization’s move from private to public non-profit

In 1945, Junior used a philanthropic fund he established called the Sealantic Fund to purchase Sunnyside from Washington Irving’s collateral descendants. When the property opened in 1947, it was a significant occasion. Sunnyside was one of the first historic house museums to

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Sunnyside Collection Highlights

Left: The study in Washington Irving’s Sunnyside. While he was toiling on his multi-volume Life of George Washington, Irving received this desk or “pedestal library table” from his publisher, G. P. Putnam. Fittingly, it was presented to him on George Washington’s birthday. Photo by Bryan Haeffele. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley.

1878 Sunnyside with Picknickers, by John Henry Hill, 1878. Watercolor on paper. Since its creation in 1835, Sunnyside has been celebrated as a picturesque symbol of American country life, a reflection of Washington Irving’s fame and his home’s appeal. Gift in memory of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, by her children. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley.

status as a way to develop greater community and financial support while still maintaining a high level of Rockefeller family involvement.1 In 1984, the organization acquired the Union Church of Pocantico Hills and signed a one-dollar-per-year lease with the congregation. This agreement was unusual, but then again, this was no commonplace building. It contained stained glass windows designed by the French Modern masters Henri Matisse and Marc Chagall.

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The story of how these spectacular windows came to a simple church built in the 1920s illustrates the intricacies of patron-artist collaborations. While the Union Church served the entire community, it was strongly associated with the Rockefellers who were among its original members. When Abby died in 1948, her children determined that a stained glass window designed by Henri Matisse would be a fitting tribute. Nelson Rockefeller (1908–1979, and hereafter Nelson), spearheaded the project for his siblings. He labored to persuade the artist, who was ill, to accept the commission. Matisse did complete the maquette, but it was his last work. The window was dedicated to Abby’s memory on Mother’s Day, 1956.

Washington Irving, by John Wesley Jarvis. New York, 1809. Oil on wood panel. Irving transformed Sleepy Hollow from a mere geographical location into an area recognized internationally as endearingly and particularly American. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley.

The Rockefeller brothers and their sister Abby returned to the task of commissioning a memorial when Junior died in 1960. In 1961, David Rockefeller (hereafter David) and his wife Peggy had seen stained

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Laurance S. Rockefeller, a committed conservationist and developer of RockResorts, believed that tourism and environmental conservation could be mutually compatible activities.

Weathervane, probably Albany, c. 1725. Copper. The antiquarian Washington Irving collected weathervanes from early structures which were being torn down during the first half of the 19th century. This weathervane came from a house that once stood in Albany, New York. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley.


glass designed by Marc Chagall on exhibition at the Louvre. They immediately thought that a Chagall window could complement the Matisse window. With family approval, David worked with Chagall on the commission, settling on the “Good Samaritan” as a theme befitting Junior’s strong faith and life of service.

partnership that provides affordable public access to the Rockefeller estate. In 1999, Mark Rockefeller (hereafter Mark) was elected Chairman of the Board of Trustees. Mark’s involvement represents the third generation of Rockefellers active in the governance of HHV. With a B.A. in history from Princeton and a Harvard M.B.A., Mark brought a passion for HHV’s mission as well as pragmatism to his chairmanship. He encouraged HHV to invest in information technology and in on-going audience research. Mark, along with his nephew Charles Rockefeller—a member of the fourth generation to serve on HHV’s Board—also helped fulfill one of Laurance’s dreams: to have HHV join the community of Rockefeller-related structures and organizations in Pocantico Hills through the construction of a headquarters building there.3

While Chagall was working on Junior’s window, David approached him about creating a memorial window for Nelson’s son Michael (1938–1961) who had died in New Guinea. The maquette for the “Seek and Ye Shall Find” window was soon joined by seven others, all designed by Chagall. From the time of their installation, the windows generated extreme public interest. Thus, the Union Church became the organization’s fourth property.

Historic Hudson Valley’s sixty-year journey has transformed the organization. Originally created to manage two historic sites, Historic Hudson Valley now administers five sites, operates the public programs for a sixth, has recently moved into its own headquarters, and has established a significant web presence. HHV still works to uphold the values of its founder, John D. Rockefeller, Jr., while striving to make its program of public history vibrant and fresh. Its historic properties and their rich collections stand as a proud family legacy and as a benefit to the public.

In 1985, concerned parties approached the organization about taking on Montgomery Place located in Annandale-on-Hudson. Considered one of the most complete estates in America, both Alexander Jackson Davis and Andrew Jackson Downing had contributed to the design of this fabled country seat during the mid-19th century. The organization acquired the 375-acre property and its contents through a combination of purchase and gift in 1986. Sleepy Hollow Restorations continued to evolve. In 1987, the Board of Trustees changed the organization’s name to Historic Hudson Valley to signify a regional mission.2 Similarly, in 1992, HHV changed its status from a private foundation to a public not-for-profit organization, thus enabling a broader base of support. Of the many collaborative initiatives HHV pursued in the 1990s, especially noteworthy was the alliance formed by the National Trust, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, and HHV to open Kykuit to the public in 1994. It is an enduring

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A Passion for Architecture & Restoration In the creation of Kykuit, Junior worked closely with architects William Adams Delano and Chester Holmes Aldrich, landscape designer William Welles Bosworth, and interior designer Ogden Codman on a two-phase design campaign completed in 1913. This project ignited Junior’s passion for architectural design and construction. Junior was involved in many important construction projects throughout his life. Most of these possessed a historical bent. He provided funds to restore the Rheims Cathedral and Versailles Palace, both heavily damaged as a result of bombing during World War I. In 1926, he began a decadeslong initiative to restore the town of Williamsburg, Virginia, known today as Colonial Williamsburg. From Left: Union Church of Pocantico Hills rose window designed by Henri Matisse and dedicated in 1956. Photo by Bryan Haeffele. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley.

Also during the 1920s, he donated a fifty-acre parcel to New York City in upper Manhattan. The land would become the home of the Cloisters, the Metropolitan Museum’s medieval satellite. Not only did Junior support its construction, which incorporated medieval architectural fragments, but he also donated a sizable collection of medieval art beginning in 1938. While not a restoration project, Junior’s construction of Rockefeller Center in mid-town Manhattan is one of his most widely recognized efforts linking art and architecture. Among Historic Hudson Valley’s sites, he was particularly involved in the restoration of Van Cortlandt Manor.

One of a pair of tobacco jars, probably Delft, the Netherlands, c. 1750. Tin-glazed earthenware. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley. Miniature of Catherine Clinton Taylor (1770–1811) and John Taylor (?–1791), attributed to John Ramage (1748–1802). New York, 1791–1794. Watercolor on ivory, gold, seed pearls, and other materials. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley. This rare, double-portrait miniature commemorates a clandestine marriage of Catherine Clinton and John Taylor and the separation of the lovers. After John Taylor’s death, Catherine Clinton Taylor later married Pierre Van Cortlandt, Jr., the son of her father’s political ally. Coffee pot by William and R. Peaston (in partnership 1756–1763). London, 1762–1763. Silver, ivory. Inherited by Ann Stevenson Van Cortlandt. Courtesy of Historic Hudson Valley.

Rockefeller family members have played a major role in the development of the Museum of Modern Art, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Colonial Williamsburg, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, Asia Society, and the San Francisco Museum of Art, among many others.

Above: John D. Rockefeller, Jr., and his wife Abby Aldrich Rockefeller arrive at the opening of Philipse Castle Restoration in 1943. The Rockefellers are riding in a 1916 Anderson Electric roadster, one of the many vehicles on view in the Kykuit coach barn today. Courtesy of the Rockefeller Archive Center. 161


Founded as Sleepy Hollow Restorations in 1951 by John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Historic Hudson Valley is a collection of National Historic Landmarks that serve as distinct, robust platforms for fulfilling the organization’s mission of celebrating the region’s significant history, architecture, and culture.

Philipsburg Manor In the last decade, Historic Hudson Valley undertook a bold, radical, and courageous approach to reinterpret Philipsburg Manor, which in 1750 was the seat of a 52,000-acre commercial and trading empire that relied on slave labor for its fortunes. One of the largest and best documented slave sites in the North, Philipsburg Manor today is the only living history museum dedicated to telling the story of slavery in the Colonial North.

Washington Irving’s Sunnyside Sent to Tarrytown as a young boy to escape an epidemic of yellow fever in New York City, Washington Irving was so impressed with the Hudson Valley’s landscape and lore that he drew upon his memories of the region to write Legend of Sleepy Hollow and Rip Van Winkle years later while living in England. These works, extremely popular in Europe, greatly enhanced his literary reputation both at home and abroad. America’s “Founding Father of literature,” Irving was the first American to make his living from his pen. When he returned to the Hudson River Valley in the 1830s, it was as an internationally recognized writer, diplomat, world traveler, and celebrity.

With generous support from the National Endowment for the Humanities and a community-based African American Advisory Board, Historic Hudson Valley launched a new interpretation of this site— where visitors learn the story of Philipsburg Manor from the perspective of the enslaved Africans who lived and worked there. Stories of residents like Caesar, the enslaved African miller, bring to life the complex and painful issue of slavery in early America.

In his home at Sunnyside, Irving fashioned for himself what might be considered a three-dimensional autobiography. The spaces inside this architecturally eclectic structure—a riot of influences from his time abroad—contain Irving’s possessions and represent the writer’s many talents and passions.

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Union Church of Pocantico Hills Painter and sculptor Henri Matisse was unwell when he accepted a commission from the Rockefeller family in August 1954 to create a rose window in the Union Church of Pocantico Hills in honor of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller. On November 4 came the startling news that Matisse had died, the fate of the rose window unknown. Belatedly, a final letter arrived from Matisse, revealing the design and his pleasure with it. The stained glass memorial to Mrs. Rockefeller turned out to be his last work of art. Seven years later, David and Peggy Rockefeller approached Marc Chagall about a second memorial window for the church, this time dedicated to the memory of Historic Hudson Valley founder John D. Rockefeller, Jr. The resulting masterpiece, Good Samaritan, became the first of an expanded commission for all of the nave windows. The story of the Union Church and its 10 breathtaking stained glass windows is the legacy of distinguished art patrons and great artists, but a visit to the sanctuary may be enjoyed by anyone on many levels. Visitors today leave the Union Church with their spiritual and emotional batteries recharged— an effect no doubt intended by the artists and patrons who created this special place.

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Van Cortlandt Manor For nearly 200 years, the manor was the primary residence of prominent Dutch patriots. The manor house showcased their possessions, symbolized their status, and served as the center of their social, political, and economic world. Later generations of Van Cortlandts preserved their ancestors’ documents, clothing, tools, and household furnishings, which now constitute one of the finest collections on the East Coast. As a result of this collection, Historic Hudson Valley is able to help visitors envision the daily lives of the Van Cortlandt family and their hired help, as well as the tenant farmers and enslaved and free Africans who labored on the 2,500-acre estate from 1780-1820. Although the property is much smaller than it was 200 years ago, Van Cortlandt Manor preserves the essential elements of the original development and its natural setting, and illustrates the impact of this setting on early colonial life.

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Montgomery Place Montgomery Place is a serene reflection of nearly 200 years of continuous family stewardship. The 375-acre property features a landscape influenced by Andrew Jackson Downing and a mansion with elements designed by Alexander Jackson Davis. It is an amazingly intact example of Hudson Valley estate life. With support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, Historic Hudson Valley recently created American Arcadia at Montgomery Place, an ambitious effort to examine the changing relationship between Americans, landscape, and nature over time. Historic Hudson Valley’s enormous body of documents and artifacts helps provide the evidence for this new interpretation. The first-person voices of the four women who shaped the estate can be heard clearly in 150 years’ worth of correspondence, contracts, architectural and garden design sketches, and accounts. Even more evidence of their thoughts and attitudes is available in Montgomery Place’s abundant collection of original furnishings, books, portraits, buildings, and the landscape itself.

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2012 Winter Antiques Show

Catherine Sweeney Singer Executive Director Winter Antiques Show The 58th Winter Antiques Show’s twelve elders have exhibited, in the aggregate, for half a millennium. The Old Print Shop has participated for 54 years, followed by Ralph M. Chait Galleries (53), Alfred Bullard (47), A La Vieille Russie (45), L’Antiquaire & The Connoisseur (42), Peter Tillou (41), Hirschl & Adler Galleries (38), James Robinson (37), Arader Galleries (37), Georgian Manor Antiques (37), Philip Colleck (36), and Jonathan Trace (33). We thank these as well as our exhibitors “younger” than 33 years for their incomparable enthusiasm for and consummate dedication to the show. This year, we welcome six new exhibitors: Jonathan Boos, Peter Eaton and Joan Brownstein, Peter Fetterman, Joe Kindig, Moderne Gallery, and Pace Primitive. We thank our loyal patrons who support the show and its owner/beneficiary, East Side House Settlement. Behind the scenes and throughout the year, East Side House staff—plus hundreds of others who donate their time, including the Winter Antiques Show Committee, Dealers’ Committee, and the Vetting Committee—work to ensure the show’s success and maintain its high standards. We thank these, as well as our generous sponsors who contribute substantially to the show and East Side House. In my eighteenth year with the show, I thank Winter Antiques Show Committee Chairman Arie L. Kopelman, Vice Chairs Lucinda Ballard and Michael Lynch, and East Side House Settlement’s Board President Peter Standish and Executive Director John Sanchez for their commitment to the show. We thank Rubenstein Associates for our press and public relations campaign; our pro-bono media placement agency, Mediaedge:cia; Worx Branding and Advertising for the design of our marketing materials; and Anita Bassie and Tom Sokol at Group M for designing and producing, and Anne Paige for editing, the show’s beautiful catalogue and Opening Night Party invitation. We thank our catalogue advertisers and Advertising Sales Director Jill Bossert. Eula C. Johnson, Winter Antiques Show Coordinator at East Side House Settlement, celebrates her twenty-fourth year with the show. We thank her and the Benefit Office staff: Elisha Brewster, Diane Carter, Norma McLeod, Bob Phillips, Aletha Ramirez, and Mapple Walker as well as the East Side House Settlement Show crew: Hartley Beckles, Federico Berrios, Byron Johnson, Harvey Lesesne, Leonard A. Lucas, David McCants, Willie McCoy. Darren Payne, Armstrong Rushworth, and Ary Tolerie. We thank our tellers Gloria Boucher-Kinter, Walter Hershman, Maria Sassian, Olivia Kinter, Chris O’Neal, and Head Teller James Kroll. We thank our dedicated volunteers and Vetting Coordinators/Event Managers Beth Ram and Mary Urban, and our Floor Manager, John Reynolds. Fifteen graduate students in the Master’s program in American Fine and Decorative Art at Sotheby’s Institute of Art are this year’s energetic interns: Stephanie Bancroft, Chelsea Becher, Jacqueline Beck, Melody Cleven, Shealagh De Beurges, Anna Henger, Cristy Humer, Corinne Hyde Plumhoff, Brynnan Light, Hannah Lowe, Elizabeth Marzolla, Caroline McGuckian, Bianca Molta, Ellen Rosengard, and Samantha Rothenberg. We thank especially Ashley Rettenmaier, our Project Manager, whose initiatives have given our venerable show a 21st century edge: from QR codes and point of sale scanners, to new ticketing, badge, and content management systems, plus e-blasts and Facebook updates. Many who contribute to the Winter Antiques Show’s success are acknowledged elsewhere in this catalogue. On behalf of East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show, thank you to all who have made this year’s show possible.

Best wishes for 2012,

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WE ALSO THANK: MARK AISTON, Aiston Fine Art Services SHAE APLAND, Worx Branding and Advertising KEITH T. BANKS, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management ANITA BASSIE, Group M Design PATRICK BELL, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee ELIZABETH BERGREN, Sharp Communications, Inc. LIZ BICKLEY, Park Avenue Armory JEFFREY BILHUBER JOAN BOENING, Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair COURTNEY BOOTH, Young Collectors Night Co-Chair JOHN BRANNIGAN, Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 RYAN BRANT, Brant Art Media, Inc. JAMES BRODSKY, Sharp Communications JOHN BRUNO, Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 MICHAEL BRUNO, 1stdibs MIKE CARNEY, Citadel Security ANDREW CHAIT, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee JONATHAN CLANCY, Sotheby’s Institute STEPHANIE CLARK, Young Collectors Night Co-Chair ANDREA CUSANO, Worx Branding and Advertising JEFF DALY, Jeff Daly Design PAUL D’AMBROSIO ELIZABETH A. DAVISON JORIS DIK CHERYL DIMARTINO, Mediaedge:cia ANNA DINCES, Rubenstein Associates, Inc. SARAH DONNEM ALICE LEVI DUNCAN, Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair KEVIN DUNPHY, Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 SIMON EDSOR, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee KRIS ELLIS, The Color of Magic ELIZABETH FELD, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee STUART FELD RYAN FELICIANO, Eventbrite STEPHEN FERRARA, Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 PETER FETTERMAN PETER A. FLYNN, Chubb Personal Insurance PETER FOLEY, Rubenstein Associates, Inc. JEFF FREEMAN, A+ Letter Service WENDELL GARRETT, Honorary Chairman, Vetting Committee CARL GIANATIEMPO, Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 JULIE B. GOLDBERG, Rubenstein Associates, Inc. JOHN HAMILTON, Select Contracting Inc. KEITH HARRINGTON, Phoenix Lithographing Corporation MELISSA HELWIG, Select Contracting Inc. KIM HOSTLER, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee LISA HURWICH, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management MICHELLE IMPEY, Chubb Personal Insurance BARBARA ISRAEL, ex officio, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee ELLEN ISRAEL, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee JAY JANICKI, Aduro Productions MIKE JESSUP, Canard Inc. KATHLEEN EAGEN JOHNSON, Historic Hudson Valley ANITA JORGENSEN, Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design JANE KATCHER THOMAS KEARNS, GT Custom Inc. STEPHEN KENNARD, Canard Inc. ERIC KIGATHI, Worx Branding and Advertising

DAVID KLEINBERG JESSA J. KRICK, Historic Hudson Valley ARTHUR KRYSTOFIAK, Planetary Recreations Inc. ERICA LEEVER, Worx Branding and Advertising ARTHUR LIVERANT SUZANNE LOEBL, Author WAYNE LOWERY, Park Avenue Armory JOHANNA MCBRIEN, Antiques & Fine Art KEVIN MCCORMICK, Select Contracting Inc. ROBERT MCGINLEY, Chubb Personal Insurance HARRY MCLAUGHLIN, Citadel Security STACY MCLAUGHLIN, 1stdibs JOHN V. MCNAMEE JR., Exhibition Employees Union Local 829 AMY MCNEECE, Chubb Personal Insurance NATALIE MEDAGLIO, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management DANIEL MEEKER, Daniel Meeker Lighting and Set Design KATHRYN NAVE, Mediaedge:cia JENNIFER NORTON, The Magazine Antiques EMILY ISRAEL PLUHAR, Young Collectors Night Co-Chair ELIZABETH POCHODA, The Magazine Antiques JEREMY POLK, Sotheby’s Institute of Art KARIINA RAND, Mediaedge:cia DEBORAH RASKIN, Rubenstein Associates, Inc. ALLISON RAY, Worx Branding and Advertising KIRSTEN MOFFETT REOCH, Park Avenue Armory REBECCA ROBERTSON, Park Avenue Armory ELLEN HOENER ROSS, Wells Fargo Insurance Services HOWARD J. RUBENSTEIN, Rubenstein Associates, Inc. BEN RUBKE, Eventbrite DAVID A. SCHORSCH SHAWN SCOTT, Chanel USA ELLE SHUSHAN STACEY SILIPO, Chubb Personal Insurance WILLIAM MERRITT SINGER, Gruzen Samton Architects JOHN SMIROLDO, Antiques & Fine Art R. SCUDDER SMITH, Antiques & the Arts Weekly TOMAS SOKOL, Group M Design JENNIFER STARK, Park Avenue Armory JENNIFER STEBBINS, East Side House Settlement ELIZABETH STILLINGER JOE STRIEFSKY, Select Contracting Inc. ALEXANDRA STURM, Rubenstein Associates, Inc. KEVIN SULLIVAN WADDELL W. STILLMAN, Historic Hudson Valley ELIE TAHARI BILL TANSEY, Tansey Design SHANNON TAYLOR, Mediaedge:cia JONATHAN TRACE, Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee and Vetting Committee Co-chair CONNIE A. VERDUCCI, Bank of America NIKITA WALLIN, 1stdibs MARYSIA WALKER, Worx Branding and Advertising MARISA WAYNE, Rubenstein Associates, Inc. ARTHUR WOLL TY YORIO, Citadel Security ROBERT YOUNG, Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair BOBBY ZALE, Select Contracting Inc. 219


General Information The Winter Antiques Show office is located to the right inside the Armory’s Park Avenue entrance. Any questions or concerns during the show should be addressed to the Winter Antiques Show’s Executive Director, Catherine Sweeney Singer at (646) 619-6030, or to arettenmaier@WinterAntiquesShow.com. East Side House Settlement assumes no responsibility for the personal property of visitors. Lost and found articles should be reported to the Show office or to a security officer. Security regulations at the Armory require packages brought into the Armory to be checked prior to entering the exhibition floor. All bags—including tote bags, shopping bags, briefcases, backpacks, and large purses—must be checked. Baby strollers are not permitted on weekends due to crowds. Smoking is not permitted. All merchandise purchased at the Winter Antiques Show must be accompanied by passes from the exhibitors from whom the items were bought. East Side House Settlement—including its Board of Managers, employees, agents, and all Winter Antiques Show committees—assumes no liability for articles purchased or sold at the show, nor does it bear any responsibility for the authenticity of articles in the Winter Antiques Show catalogue. Inquiries about the Winter Antiques Show can be addressed to the Benefit Office, East Side House Settlement, 337 Alexander Avenue, Bronx, New York 10454. You may also reach us by calling East Side House at (718) 665-5250 or by visiting WinterAntiquesShow.com. East Side House Settlement is grateful for your support of the 58th annual Winter Antiques Show, and we look forward to seeing you next year at the 59th Show, January 18 through January 27, 2013.

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Floor Plan of Exhibitors

18 Maison Gérard Ltd.

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Safani Gallery, Inc.

Alfred Bullard, Inc.

14 Aronson of Amsterdam

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19 Throckmorton Fine Art

Peter Pap Oriental Rugs

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45

The Old Print Shop

Joan R. Brownstein Peter H. Eaton

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Stephen & Carol Huber

Nicholas Grindley

22 Moderne Gallery

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David A. Schorsch - Eileen M. Smiles

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59 Cohen & Cohen

Joe Kindig Antiques

Carolle ThibautPomerantz

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42 Liz O’Brien

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Carlton Rochell Asian Art

Macklowe Gallery

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54

Tillou Gallery

Georgian Manor Antiques

Hirschl & Adler

Frank & Barbara Pollack

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73 Gerald Peters

Peter Fetterman Gallery

Martyn Gregory

Pace Primitive

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A La Vieille Russie

Nathan Liverant and Son

Suzanne Courcier U Robert W. Wilkins

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37

38

Philip Colleck

James Robinson

Jonathan Trace

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36

26

Schwarz Gallery

Geoffrey Diner

Hostler Burrows

Foster U Gwin

S.J. Shrubsole

29

Barbara Israel Garden Antiques

51 Keshishian

50 49 Kentshire Galleries

32

11 Bauman Rare Books

10 Elliott & Grace Snyder

Fine Art Society

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67 65

68 66

Adelson Galleries

L’ Antiquaire & The Connoisseur

Lost City Arts

7

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Joan B. Mirviss, Ltd.

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62

Les Enluminures

Hill-Stone

Arader Galleries

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Elle Shushan

Michele Beiny

Robert Young

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Hyde Park Antiques

48 Hyland Granby

Historic Hudson Valley

30

Ralph M. Chait

Thomas Colville

Giampietro

Carswell C. L. Rush Berlin Prickett

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Daniel Katz

Alexander Gallery

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28

Peter Finer

Jonathan Boos

Olde Hope Antiques

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33

Taylor B. Williams

Associated Artists, LLC

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9

24

27

Christopher Rebollo

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Rupert Wace Ancient Art

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23

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Roger Keverne

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James & Nancy Glazer 221

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Kenneth W. Rendell

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Donald Ellis

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Index to Advertisers

2012 Winter Antiques Show

Exhibitors

Exhibitors (continued)

Interior Designers, Decorators & Architects

A La Vieille Russie, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .47 Adelson Galleries, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .48 Alexander Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .49 Alfred Bullard, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .50 Arader Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .51 Aronson of Amsterdam . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .52, 53 Associated Artists LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .54 Barbara Israel Garden Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . .55 Bauman Rare Books . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .56 C. L. Prickett . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .57 Carlton Rochell Asian Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .58 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 Carswell Rush Berlin, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .60 Christopher T. Rebollo Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . .61 Cohen & Cohen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .62 Daniel Katz Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .63 David A. Schorsch − Eileen M. Smiles American Antiques, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .64 Donald Ellis Gallery, Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .65 Elle Shushan . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .66 Elliott & Grace Snyder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .67 Foster • Gwin, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .68 Frank & Barbara Pollack American Antiques & Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . .69 Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .70 Georgian Manor Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .71 Gerald Peters Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72 Giampietro . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .73 Hill-Stone, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .74 Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . .75 Hostler Burrows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .76 Hyde Park Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .77 Hyland Granby Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .78 James & Nancy Glazer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .79 James Robinson, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .80 Joan B. Mirviss, Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .81 Joan R. Brownstein and Peter H. Eaton . . . . . .82 Joe Kindig Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .83 Jonathan Boos . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .84 Jonathan Trace . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .85 Kenneth W. Rendell Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .86 Kentshire Galleries, Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .87 Keshishian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .88 L’Antiquaire & The Connoisseur, Inc . . . . . . . .89 Les Enluminures . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .90 Liz O’Brien . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .91 Lost City Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .92 Macklowe Gallery, Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .93 Maison Gerard, Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .94, 95 Martyn Gregory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .96 Michele Beiny, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .97 Moderne Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .98 Nathan Liverant and Son, LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . .99 Nicholas Grindley Works of Art, Ltd . . . . . . .100 Olde Hope Antiques, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .101 Pace Primitive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .102 Peter Fetterman Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .103 Peter Finer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .104 Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . .105 Philip Colleck, Ltd . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .106 Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . .107 Robert Young Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .108 Rupert Wace Ancient Art Limited . . . . . . . . . .109 Roger Keverne Limited . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .110 S. J. Shrubsole Corporation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .111 Safani Gallery, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .112

Schwarz Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .113 Stephen & Carol Huber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .114 Suzanne Courcier • Robert W. Wilkins . . . . . .115 Taylor B. Williams Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . .116 The Fine Art Society PLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .117 The Old Print Shop, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .118 Thomas Colville Fine Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .119 Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc . . . . . . . . . . . . . .120 Tillou Gallery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121

Alessandra Branca . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .180 Cullman & Kravis . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .127 Ferguson & Shamamian . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173 Ralph Harvard . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .37 John B. Murray Architect . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .132 New York Design Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5 Peter Pennoyer Architects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 Thomas Pheasant . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .172

Luxury Retail Antiques & Fine Art Dealers 1stdibs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 John Atzbach Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .179 Wally Findlay Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .133 Cora Ginsburg LLC . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .130 Bernd Goeckler Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .134 Ray Haradin Toys of Yesteryear . . . . . . . . . . . .186 Hermann Historica . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .178 Clinton Howell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .164 Hans P. Kraus, Jr. Fine Photographs . . . . . . . .124 Julius Lowy Frame & Restoring Company, Inc. . . . . .166 H.M. Luther . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .183 Malmaison Now . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .167 Manhattan Art & Antiques Center . . . . . . . . .137 Manko American Folk Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .175 Carl Moore Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .181 Nasser Tribal Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190 O’Sullivan Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .189 Stair Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .191, 193 Alan Steele . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .171 William Vareika Fine Arts . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .139 Wartski . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .153

Carpets & Textiles Beauvais Carpets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .135 Brunschwig & Fils . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Stark & Darius Antique Rugs . . . . . . . . . . . . .129

Fixtures, Lighting & Reproductions McKinnon & Harris . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Price Glover . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .169 Waterworks . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .177

Publications American Express Publishing . . . . . . . . . . . . . .201 Jane Katcher Collection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .174 Antiques & Fine Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .212, 213 Apollo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .203 Condé Nast Media Group . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .152 The Magazine Antiques . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .123 Modern Magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .214 New York Magazine . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .33

Insurance & Financial Chubb Personal Insurance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6, 17 Goldman Sachs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .128 Hub International Northeast . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206 U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management . . . . .Back Cover Wells Fargo Insurance Services of New York . .184

Real Estate Carriage Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .194 Handsome Properties . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .196 Sotheby’s International Real Estate . . . . . . . . . .16

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Bergdorf Goodman . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .155 Bloomingdale's . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .136 Brooks Brothers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .138 Bulgari . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside Back Cover Chanel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Inside Front Cover Elie Tahari . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .35 Estée Lauder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .151 Elizabeth Locke Jewelry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .131 Saks Fifth Avenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .197 Salvatore Ferragamo . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22

Museums Colonial Williamsburg . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .187 Drayton Hall . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .195 Historic New Orleans Collection . . . . . . . . . .194 Metropolitan Museum of Art . . . . . . . . . . . . . .23 Olana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .190 Preservation Society of Newport County . . . .165 Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library . . . .125

Shows & Auction Houses 2012 Gala Preview of the New York International Auto Show . . . . .204 2012 New York International Auto Show . . . .216 American International Fine Art Fair . . . . . . .210 AVENUE Antiques & Art at the Armory . . . .215 Bonhams Auctioneers & Appraisers . . . . . . . .168 Christie’s . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .205 Cowan’s Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .176 Delaware Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198 Doyle New York . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .192 Freeman’s Auctioneers & Appraisers . . . . . . . .188 LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair . . . . . . . . . . . .211 Naples Art, Antique & Jewelry Show . . . . . . .217 Naples International Art & Antiques Fair . . . .210 Newport Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .202 Northeast Auctions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .199 Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show . . .208 Park Avenue Armory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .209 Philadelphia Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . . .185 San Francisco Fall Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . .207 Skinner . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .154 Sotheby’s Americana . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .200 Stella Show Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .198 Swann Galleries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .170 Theta Charity Antiques Show . . . . . . . . . . . . .196

Special Services Aiston Fine Art Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .220 Canard Inc. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .126 The Carlyle . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .182 Planetary Recreation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .206


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