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A Benefit for East Side House

THE WINTER SHOW 2020

Your Passion, Protected. We know the value of what you build, create, and collect. We’re proud to protect your passion.

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The sixty-sixth annual edition of The Winter Show is a sale by distinguished dealers of fine and decorative arts. East Side House Settlement owns and produces the Show, and benefits from the fair’s ticket sales, catalogue revenues, and corporate sponsorships. No part of sales made by the exhibitors is received by East Side House.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

THE WINTER SHOW 2020 CONTENTS CONTENTS

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EXHIBITORS

Welcome from Lucinda C. Ballard & Michael R. Lynch The Winter Show Committee Co-Chairs

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Letter from Helen Allen Executive Director, The Winter Show

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Sponsors & Acknowledgements

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The Winter Show Committee, Opening Night Party Honorees & Patrons: Foundation Advocates & Community Leaders

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Opening Night Party Patrons: Literary Supporters, Literacy Supporters, Family Family Sustainers, Sustainers

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Opening Night Party Patrons: Opportunity Champions, Design Committee, VIP Luncheon Committee, Design Luncheon, Connoisseurs Night

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Exhibitor Listings

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Exhibitor Advertisements

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Floor Plan

FEATURES

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Curious Objects Compiled by the staff of The Magazine Antiques

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Unrivaled: Hispanic Society Museum & Library Hispanic Society Museum & Library

Daniel Crouch Rare Books

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Honorary Chairs: Pamela and David B. Ford

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Loan Exhibition Acknowledgements

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Museum Night

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Board of Managers & Programs

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Vetting Committee

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The Heritage Society

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Welcome from Thaddeus Gray President, East Side House Settlement Board of Managers

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Foundations, Trusts & Corporations

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Individual & Group Gifts

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East Side House Settlement Enriching Lives from Cradle to Career

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Design Co-Chairs: Amelia Handegan, Brian J. McCarthy & Annabelle Selldorf

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Young Collectors Night

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2019 Opening Night Party Photos

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2019 Young Collectors Night Party Photos

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Index ofThanks Special Advertisers

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Special Index ofThanks Advertisers

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Your Passion, Protected. We know the value of what you build, create, and collect. We’re proud to protect your passion. Expect more.

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The Winter Show Committee Co-Chairs Lucinda C. Ballard

Michael R. Lynch

It is now year sixty-six of The Winter Show— the longest-running art, antiques, and design fair in the country—and we continue to set the standard in an increasingly competitive field. The Winter Show is East Side House Settlement’s principal fundraising effort and the only major fair in New York where all proceeds go directly to charity. Established in 1891, East Side House is a non-profit, community-based organization providing quality education training and assistance services to individuals in the Bronx and northern Manhattan. Your contributions directly impact our most vulnerable communities, helping 10,000 people break the cycle of poverty annually, and we are so grateful for your support! At this year’s Opening Night Party, we are pleased to present our Honorary Chairs, Pamela and David B. Ford, with the inaugural Cornerstone of Excellence Award for their unwavering dedication to, and work on behalf of historic preservation, education, and the arts. The Cornerstone of Excellence Award will be presented annually to those who exemplify and inspire a spirit of philanthropy in their community. This year’s loan exhibition from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library celebrates 4,000 years of Hispanic history, art, and culture. Co-curated by Philippe de Montebello and Peter Marino, we are thrilled to have masterworks from the renowned collection, representing the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America, and the Philippines. Highlights include works by Diego Velázquez, El Greco, Francisco de Goya, and more.

Last year saw a number of exciting changes to the Show, and we continue to keep our sights focused on the future. We have been responsive to changing demographics and tastes in the art market, while continuing to maintain our unyielding focus on quality. This year we are excited to introduce a varied mix of new exhibitors, disciplines, and price points, with some of the world’s foremost experts in the fine and decorative arts present on the show floor. On behalf of the board, staff, and clients of East Side House, as well as The Winter Show family, we extend our profound gratitude to our Lead Sponsor, Chubb, for twenty-four years of generosity and loyalty, and to First Republic for their steadfast dedication. The success of The Winter Show would not be possible without the commitment, talent, and teamwork of The Winter Show Committee members and the Dealers Committee who work hard throughout the year to bring the Show to life. We would also like to thank Daniel Diaz, Executive Director of East Side House Settlement, and Helen Allen, Executive Director of The Winter Show, for their enthusiastic and unfailing vision and support. We want to dedicate the outcome of our efforts to all the exceptional individuals who devote their working hours to East Side House Settlement.

Lucinda C. Ballard

Michael R. Lynch

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Executive Director Helen Allen

Thank you for joining us as we celebrate The Winter Show’s 66th anniversary. The Winter Show, America’s premier fine art, antiques, and design fair, is today the longest running major fair in the country. From its inception, it has been a must-see event that has inspired generations of collectors, designers, and art enthusiasts. This year, we will present seventy-two leading dealers from around the world featuring over 5,000 years of art from antiquity through the present day. As you explore the Show you will recognize many exhibitors who have been participating in the fair for decades. In 2020, these familiar faces will be joined by a diverse group of new dealers from such widespread locations as Munich, Brussels, Virginia, and Zurich. We hope you will feel inspired by the fair’s international scope and tradition of excellence. In my position, I am blessed to work with the dedicated team at East Side House Settlement; they serve as a daily source of inspiration. It is likewise an honor to know that the work I do furthers the organization’s mission, one that everyday truly transforms lives. To the Co-Chairs, Lucinda and Michael, working alongside you is a joy. I so appreciate your vision and dedication to ESH, the team, the exhibitors, and the success of the Show. To the To entire Committee (Lucinda, Show. the Executive entire Executive Committee Michael, Thaddeus, Tom, and Dan), THANK (Lucinda, Michael, Thaddeus, Tom, and YOU . THANK . . for your spirit Dan), YOU . . .of forcollaboration your spirit ofand

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support.To “my” teamTo Kaitlyn, collaboration anddaily support. “my” daily team Kaitlyn, and Grela—you Veronica, andVeronica, Grela—you ladies are the ladies aremake the best and make coming work best and coming to work every to day every dayour a joy. To our myriad interns and a joy. To myriad interns and volunteers volunteers Daniel, Kosi, and Miray— Daniel, Kosi, Nicole, andNicole, Miray—your your support has been invaluable. support has been invaluable. In the past twelve months, we have well-received series series of of programs instituted a well-received programs and events, partnerships and events, and forgedforged partnerships and and collaborations several wonderful collaborations withwith several wonderful the Colnaghi organizations including ArtTable, Asia Foundation, ArtTable, Asia Weekthe New Week New York, Azimut Benetti, Brant York, the Brant Foundation, the New York Foundation, Colnaghi Foundation, the Design Center, the Recharge Foundation, New York Design Center, the Recharge New York Jewelry Week, Azimut Benetti, Foundation, New York Jewelry Week, and more. A very special thanks to the Dealers Committee and the Show’s Vetting Committee Co-Chairs for the time and energy they invest in ensuring that America’s longest-running art and antiques fair remains the “best of the best,” with an unparalleled roster of exhibitors and thousands of top-quality, vetted works of art from around the world. And most importantly to our exhibitors— none of this would be possible without your commitment to excellence and love of the arts. We hope you will enjoy the show!

Helen Allen Helen Allen Executive Director Executive The WinterDirector, Show The Winter Show


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

CHUBB Lead Sponsor FIRST REPUBLIC Loan Exhibition Sponsor

BENJAMIN MOORE Design Committee Sponsor

Media Sponsors ANTIQUES & FINE ART ARTNET GALERIE LUXE INCOLLECT THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES NYC&G NEW YORK

THE WINTER SHOW Co-Chairs LUCINDA C. BALLARD

MICHAEL R. LYNCH

Chairman Emeritus ARIE L. KOPELMAN

Executive Director

Project Manager

HELEN ALLEN

KAITLYN WARD

East Side House Settlement Joan B Mirviss Ltd

DANIEL DIAZ Executive Director LAURA DALEY Director of Development Dealers Committee ANDREW CHAIT Chair JOAN BOENING LORI COHEN BENOIST DRUT DIDIER HASPESLAGH ARTHUR LIVERANT JAMES MCCONNAUGHY Vetting Committee Co-Chairs JOAN BOENING

ALICE LEVI DUNCAN

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ROBERT YOUNG


THE WINTER SHOW 2020 COMMITTEE Vice Chairs COURTNEY BOOTH CHRISTENSEN

WENDY HOLMES

HELEN FRECH KIPPAX

Committee LORRI AHL

ELIZABETH BAILEY

STEPHANIE B. CLARK

GENEVIEVE WHEELER BROWN JEFFREY CALDWELL

DEBRA DEL VECCHIO

MICHAEL DIAZ-GRIFFITH THADDEUS GRAY

KAREN KEMP GLOVER

JONI GROSSMAN

MAUREEN KERR

STEPHEN J. KETCHUM

GEORGE G. KING

LUCINDA MAY LINDSEY PRYOR

THOMAS REMIEN

PHILIP L. YANG JR.

OPENING NIGHT PARTY Honorary Chairs PAMELA & DAVID B. FORD Opening Night Party Chair FRAN O’BRIEN

Division President, Chubb North America Personal Risk Services Design Co-Chairs AMELIA HANDEGAN

BRIAN J. MCCARTHY

ANNABELLE SELLDORF

FOUNDATION ADVOCATES

MRS. WINDI GRIMES

MR. & MRS. JAMES BARROW

WENDY HOLMES & KEVIN MCALISTER

DAYTON T. CARR

MR. & MRS. BARCLAY JONES III

MR. & MRS. RICHARD L. CHILTON JR.

TARA E. KELLEHER & ROY J. ZUCKERBERG

DEBRA & CLAUDIO DEL VECCHIO

COCO & ARIE L. KOPELMAN

DAVID GEFFEN

LEONARD & JUDY LAUDER

LILY SAFRA

MICHAEL R. LYNCH & SUSAN BAKER

MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS

LESLIE MILLER & RICHARD WORLEY KATHARINE RAYNER

COMMUNITY LEADERS

THOMAS REMIEN & MARY ANNE HUNTING

LUCINDA & ROBERT BALLARD

MR. & MRS. CHARLES M. ROYCE

COURTNEY & GUS CHRISTENSEN

GILLIAN & ROBERT STEEL

CHARLES P. DURKIN JR.

TAKESHI & MAKIKO UESHIMA

MR. R. BRADFORD EVANS

PHILIP & MARIA YANG JR.

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LITERACY SUPPORTERS

FAMILY SUSTAINERS

Ed & Gretchen Adler

Gina Addeo, ADCO Electrical Corporation

Ms. Lorri Ahl & Mr. Michael Edsall

Irene Roosevelt Aitken

Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Booth Jr.

Charles & Deanna Akre

Stewart S. Manger Christine Marocco & Kara Yerdon

Bob & Becky Alexander

Corene McGovern & Michael Simchik

Gillian Attfield

Virginia & Timothy Millhiser

Mr. Alan Behr & Mrs. Julie Behr

Melissa & Chappy Morris

CeCe Black

Hanno D. Mott & Grete Meilman

Mr. & Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul

Kevin Brandmeyer

Paul & Marie Napoli

Gwen & Austin Fragomen

Tara Cederholm

Arnold & Hilda Neis

Nan Geschke & Chuck Geschke

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick S. Clark

David Orentreich

Thaddeus Gray

Cullman & Kravis Associates

Marnie S. Pillsbury

Allen & Deborah Grubman

Lucy & Mike Danziger

Mr. & Mrs. Michael S. Powers

Madame Barbara de Portago

Johanna & Lief D. Rosenblatt

Sarah Lund Donnem

Mr. & Dr. Ruttenberg

Marianne Elrick

Gil Schafer

Christopher Forbes

Burwell & Chip Schorr Mr. & Mrs. George L. Selden

Steve Klinsky & Maureen Sherry

Michael I. & Joan Murtagh Frankel

Richard & Debra Kolman

Fay Gambee

Julie Siff

Michael A. Kovner & Jean Doyen de Montaillou

The Glickenhaus Foundation

Elizabeth D. Sigety

Goldman Sachs & Company

Linda London

Marian Goodman Gallery

Brenton Simons & Curt DiCamillo

John Stuart Gordon

Michael S. Smith, James Costos

Alexander Graham

William W. Stahl Jr.

Joe Gromacki

Sheila & George Stephenson

Kathleen Guzman & Nick Danes

Robert A.M. Stern Architects, LLP

Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Bousa Charles Butt Mr. & Mrs. John Curtis Andrea H. Fahnestock & George A. Hambrecht

Heinz Family Foundation Anne & Martin Horner Cecily Horton Stephen J. Ketchum John E. Kippax & Helen F. Kippax

Ursula & Paul Lowerre Mr. & Mrs. Michael Holt Massey Karen Thornwell May Ellen & Robert Meyer David & Dolores O’Brien Miller

Mrs. Roger Hanahan

Elizabeth & Richard Miller

Hannah L. Henderson

Liz & Jeff Peek

Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Hoopes Jr.

Peter Pennoyer Architects

Ay-Whang Hsia

Gretchen S. Redden

Dayssi Kanavos

Richard & Sheila Riggs

Patricia Kane

Lois Robbins

Linda H. Kaufman

Daniel & Joanna S. Rose Juliet Lea H. Simonds

Karen Keane & Stephen Fletcher

Joseph Peter Spang III

Karen A. Kelleher

Lois & Arthur Stainman

Nell & Robert Kleinschmidt

Merrielou & Ned Symes

Dr. Warren Koontz

Peter Tcherepnine

Danny Korengold

Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch

Stephanie Krieger

Meredith A. Townsend & William C. Blind

Mrs. Geraldine S. Kunstadter Jerry Lauren

Kinne & Michael Yon

Jeffrey Loria

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CeCe Barfield Thompson Laurie M. Tisch Suzanne Tucker & Timothy F. Marks Phyllis Washington Bunny Williams

Robert Young

Dara Mitchell

Mr. & Mrs. Herbert J. Siegel


P PA P C . C O M

Photography: Eric Piasecki

PETER PENNOYER ARCHITECTS


OPPORTUNITY CHAMPIONS

DESIGN COMMITTEE

VIP LUNCHEON COMMITTEE

Mr. & Mrs. Lawrence D. Ackman

Chair

Co-Chairs

Wendy Goodman Design Editor New York Magazine

Sarah Lund Donnem

Ashley Mills Allen Alice Allen William Bates

Platinum

Adelle & Elliott Bottom

Elizabeth Lowrey

Walter S. Braznell

Charlotte Moss

DD Allen Alyson Cafiero

Gold

Eric Cohler

Suzanne Kasler

Thomas Denenberg

Robin Kramer Garden Design

Lee Galvis Susan G. Glesby

Helen Frech Kippax Vice Chairs Justena Kavanagh Ellen Washburn Martin Mrs. Michael Nash Ambler Mrs. Eric L. Hoyle Martha Vietor Glass

Mary McDonald

Wendy Goodman

Richard Mishaan

John A. Herrmann Jr.

DESIGN LUNCHEON

Perry Sayles

Jim & Alice B. Hicks

Alan Tanksley

William T. Hobbs II

Roric Tobin

Barbara Kaslow

Nicholas Vincent Design

Justena Kavanagh

Co-Chairs Genevieve Wheeler Brown Stephanie B. Clark Karen Kemp Glover

George G. King

Silver

Amy Lau Design

Cullman & Kravis Associates

CONNOISSEURS NIGHT

Mark B. Letzer, President & CEO of the Maryland Historical Society

Michael Davis Architects + Interiors

Co-Chairs

Gabriela Gargano

Helen Frech Kippax

Susan E. Lynch

Julie Hillman

Justena Kavanagh

Susan Palm

Aamir Khandwala

Martha Vietor Glass

Jessie K. Palmer

Brigette Romanek

Ellen Washburn Martin

Mrs. Diana Prince

Matthew Patrick Smyth

Jack Pruitt

White Webb

Virginia R. Richard

Timothy Whealon

Jonathan Levinson

(as of December 19, 2019)

Peter Finer

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The Winter Show Honorary Chairs Pamela and David B. Ford

East Side House and The Winter Show are delighted to announce that Pamela and David B. Ford, Honorary Chairs of this year’s Show, are the recipients of the 2020 Cornerstone of Excellence Award. The Award, which will be presented annually at the Opening Night Party, was established to recognize those who, like the Fords, show a deep commitment to education and the arts. Pamela and David B. Ford, longtime supporters of East Side House and The Winter Show, serve respectively as the CEO and Chairman of Princess Pictures, a family entertainment motion picture and television company, and Iconic Vault, an e-commerce destination specializing in fashion, jewelry, and art. Mr. Ford retired in 2003 after thirty-three years at The Goldman Sachs Group where he was a managing director and co-head of Global Asset Management. The diverse and extensive range of charitable and non-profit organizations in which the Fords are involved speaks not only to their wide-ranging interests but also to their remarkable history of philanthropy.

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Mrs. Ford serves on the Board of Trustees of The American Ballet Theater and the Board of Directors for the Greenwich International Film Festival and Boys and Girls Club of Newport County, Rhode Island. She was a former Chair of American Place Theater, is a Friend of the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art and is active with the Animal Medical Center’s President’s Council. Mr. Ford is a member of the Board and Director/Trustee of the Animal Medical Center; the Preservation Society of Newport County; and the National Sporting Library and Museum. He is also a member of the Barnes Foundation National Ambassadors Board. Mr. Ford was a former Chair of the National Audubon Society and was previously a Director/Trustee of the New School, Florida State University; World Monuments Fund; International Tennis Hall of Fame; Redwood Library and Athenaeum; and the Philadelphia Orchestra. He served on the Board of Overseers of the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School from which he received an M.B.A.


LOAN EXHIBITION

Unrivaled: Hispanic Society Museum & Library Sponsored by First Republic EXHIBITION CURATORS Philippe de Montebello Chairman, Board of Trustees, Hispanic Society Museum & Library Peter Marino Principal, Peter Marino Architect EXHIBITION DESIGNER Jeff Daly Design LIGHTING DESIGNER Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design LOAN EXHIBITION FABRICATOR G T Custom Inc.

HISPANIC SOCIETY MUSEUM & LIBRARY Mitchell Codding

Executive Director & President

Hispanic Society Museum & Library Exhibition Team Monica Katz Collections Manager & Exhibitions Coordinator Helene Fontoira Marzin Head of Conservation Halina McCormack Paintings Conservator Stephanie McClure Registrar Ines Hoernero Gil Conservation Intern Jose Puello Art Handler & Installer Alec Madoff Mount Maker Ursula Kugler Art Conservation Atelier Casper Hargreaves Maquette, Packing, Transport & Installation Hispanic Society Museum & Library Program Team Alexander Campos Development Officer Mencia Figueroa Director of Special Events, Public Relations & Programs Margaret Connors McQuade Assistant Director & Curator of Decorative Arts Marcus Burke Senior Curator of Paintings & Drawings

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The Hispanic Society Museum & Library gratefully acknowledges First Republic and The Winter Show for their support of the 2020 loan exhibition, Unrivaled, and the following patrons:

Huntington Circle

Audubon Terrace

CNN en Español Christie’s

Blanca Perrochena & *Antonio del Valle

Colnaghi

Marechy & José Fernández

Edith & *Philippe de Montebello

Cathy Curry & *Andrés V. Gil

Bárbara & Juan Pablo del Valle

Mary-Love & *William R. Harman

Kohn Gallery

*Ana & Philippe Laffont

Leonard Lauder

Sharon & *Frank Lorenzo

Rodrigo Lebois & Almudena Lebois

Javier Lumbreras

Jonathan Ruffer Santander Corporate & Investment Banking

*Elizabeth & Roberto Goizueta

Vicente Moreno Garcia-Mansilla Rochelle & *Mark Rosenberg Diana Barrett & * Bob Vila Shelby White

Museum Court Kathy Abbott Gaily & John Beinecke

Dominque Lahaussois & David Low

*Jonathan Hogg & Daniel Perron

*Emily Rafferty

Richard Huber

*Mariette Arguimbau Scott & Edward Scott

Alicia Koplowitz, Marquesa de Bellavista

*Helena Revoredo

*Juan Antonio Perez Simon Ellen & *Miner H. Warner

*Trustees of the Hispanic Society Museum & Library

Opposite page: Portolan Chart of the Mediterranean, Black Sea, and Atlantic (Finisterre to Cape Nun), Bartolomeo Olives (fl. 1538-85), 1552, ink and color on parchment, 41 ¾ x 29 ¼”, Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, K34 Left: The Presentation in the Temple, Cuzco School, Peru, 1700s, oil on canvas with shell-encrusted gilt frame, 37 ¾ x 40 1/8 x 4 3/8”, Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, LA2190

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MUSEUM NIGHT Friday, January 24, 2020 5:30–8 pm

Honorary Chair CHARLOTTE VIGNON Curator of Decorative Arts The Frick Collection

Co-Chairs LORI COHEN Arader Galleries ARLIE SULKA Lillian Nassau LLC

Exhibitor Hosts A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE JONATHAN BOOS GEMINI ANTIQUES LTD. HYDE PARK ANTIQUES, LTD. BARBARA ISRAEL GARDEN ANTIQUES BERNARD & S. DEAN LEVY INC. MACKLOWE GALLERY, LTD. MAISON GERARD PATRICK & ONDINE MESTDAGH LILLIAN NASSAU LLC GERALD PETERS GALLERY S.J. SHRUBSOLE SPENCER MARKS THISTLETHWAITE AMERICANA Charles Ede

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VETTING COMMITTEE Vetting Co-Chairs JOAN BOENING

ALICE LEVI DUNCAN

ROBERT YOUNG

Armin B. Allen

Dennis R. Dodds

Douglas Hyland

Letitia Roberts

Alan Andersen

Linda Eaton

Ryoichi Iida

Jennifer Garland Ross

Mark Anderson

Peter Eaton

Ian Irving

Paul Schaffer

Harry Apter

James Elkind

Barbara Israel

Peter L. Schaffer

Robert D. Aronson

Ken Farmer

Mark Jacoby

David Schorsch

Craig Basmajian

Jackie Fay

Jason Jacques

Larry Shar

Eric W. Baumgartner

Stuart P. Feld

Margot Johnson

Robert Shaw

Carlo Bella

Elizabeth Feld

Daile Kaplan

Cameron M. Shay

Nancy Bialler

Daniel Finamore

Brian Kathenes

Elle Shushan

Dilys Blum

Peter Findlay

Deborah E. Kraak

Rand Silver

Graham Boettcher

Mimi Findlay

Simeon Lagodich

Robert Simon

James Brett

Jim Francis

Martin P. Levy

Peter Smorto

Giovanni Bucchi

Ron Fuchs

Michele Majer

Jonathan Snellenburg

Jonathan Burden

Melissa Gagen

Richard C. Malley

Elliott Snyder

Jason Busch

Jasper Gaunt

Katherine Martin

Grace Snyder

Paul Carella

Judith Glass

Tim Martin

William Stahl

Steven J. Chait

Dessa Goddard

Lark Mason

Douglas B. Stock

Tara Gleason Chicirda

Joseph Goddu

John Metcalfe

Allan N. Stone

Sarah D. Coffin

James B. Godfrey

Mary Cheek Mills

Mark M. Topalian

Paul Cohen

Lynda Greig

Joan B. Mirviss

James W. Tottis

Michael Cohen

Leslie Grigsby

John Molloy

Olaf Unsoeld

Thomas Colville

Jay Grimm

Edward Munves

Renaud Vuaillat

Wendy A. Cooper

Titi Halle

Kirk J. Nelson

Roberta Waddell

Wes Cowan

Michele Beiny Harkins

Heather O’Donnell

Meredith Ward

Leiko Coyle

Gregory Hedberg

Elisabeth Poole Parker

Leon Wender

Kirtland Crump

Jeff Herman

Lindsy R. Parrott

Gerardus Widdershoven

Barbara Deisroth

Ariel Herrmann

Simon Phillips

Roger Wieck

Lauren Della Monica

Edwin Hild

Barbara Pollack

Janet Zapata

Ulysses Grant Dietz

Erica Hirshler

Simon Redburn

John Dintenfass

Robert Hunter

Ann-Marie Richard

December 20, 2019

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 Winter Show 2020. 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 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 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 Show Committee wish to thank the individuals listed above as well as all who have given their time and expertise in these procedures.

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President of the Board of Managers East Side House Settlement Thaddeus Gray

On behalf of the East Side House Board of Managers, I proudly welcome you to the 66th year of The Winter Show. We extend our profound appreciation to our lead sponsor, Chubb, for twenty-four years of generosity and reliability. We’d also like to recognize our loan exhibition sponsor First Republic, Design Committee sponsor Benjamin Moore, and all of our media sponsors. This year’s loan exhibition, Unrivaled has been organized by The Hispanic Society Museum & Library. With more than 18,000 works of art from the Paleolithic Age to the 20th century and an extraordinary research library that holds 250,000 manuscripts and 35,000 rare books, the institution is the only one in the world to offer such a complete vision of Hispanic history, art, and culture. We couldn’t be more excited to have them at the Show this year. The Winter Show is the only art, antiques, and design fair from which all net proceeds go towards philanthropy. With a culture of empathy and teamwork, East Side House strives to provide our constituents with critical tools needed to break out of cycles of poverty and help them establish economic and social opportunities for themselves and their families. For more than 125 years, East Side House Settlement has been committed to its community, serving more than 10,000 residents of every age from the Bronx and northern Manhattan each year.

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Thanks to your generous support, 96% of early childhood East Side House students exceed New York State standards, 95% of high school graduates go on to college or other post-secondary institutions, and 300 people are placed in jobs each year. Incredible things can be accomplished when we come together as a community! I’d like to take this opportunity to thank The Winter Show Committee, led by board members Lucinda Ballard and Michael R. Lynch, as well as the hundreds of others involved, for their devotion throughout the past year. I would also like to congratulate our Show’s executive director, Helen Allen, and The Winter Show team, whose expertise have made this show come together seamlessly once again. We trust you will enjoy this year’s show and thank you from the bottom of our hearts for your support year after year. Yours sincerely,

Thaddeus Gray President of the Board of Managers East Side House Settlement


DESIGN CO-CHAIRS

East Side House Settlement and The Winter Show are delighted to welcome acclaimed interior designers Amelia Handegan and Brian J. McCarthy, and award-winning architect Annabelle Selldorf as this year’s Design Co-Chairs. Amelia Handegan As principal of her Charleston design firm, Amelia Handegan established an early reputation for her work and involvement in the restoration of great American houses. Beyond the classical, her work has expanded to projects that cut across genre and function. Amelia is known for her sensibility with color and light. She is the author of Rooms, a photo-essay collection of her work, which ranges from Charleston’s finest 18thcentury houses to a set of rustic cabins in the Blue Ridge Mountains and a jewel box pied-á-terre on Fifth Avenue. Her work has appeared in many publications including Architectural Digest, British House & Garden, Veranda, and Milieu. She resides between Charleston, Folly Beach, and Houston with her husband.

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Brian J. McCarthy

Annabelle Selldorf

A former partner of the legendary design firm ParishHadley, award-winning designer Brian J. McCarthy graduated from New York City’s Pratt Institute and has worked on projects around the world. Additionally, McCarthy has designed an array of stunning private residences, many for clients so high profile they wish to remain anonymous.

Annabelle Selldorf is the Principal of Selldorf Architects, a 70-person architectural design practice that she founded in New York City in 1988. The firm creates public and private spaces that manifest a clear and modern sensibility to enduring impact.

In 2005, McCarthy designed the private quarters and refurbished the State Rooms in Winfield House, the official residence of the Ambassador to the Court of St. James. McCarthy is a member of Architectural Digest’s AD100, Elle Decor’s A-List and his work has been featured in many publications, including Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Elle Decor, New York Magazine (100 Best), The New York Times, and Veranda, as well as in several books, including his own, Luminous Interiors, which was released in 2013, and Parish Hadley Tree of Life, which he coauthored with Bunny Williams and was released in October of 2015.

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Selldorf Architects has worked on projects that range from museums and libraries to a recycling facility and at scales from the construction of new buildings to the restoration of historic interiors and exhibition design. Cultural and institutional clients include The Frick Collection, Hispanic Society Museum & Library, Clark Art Institute, Neue Galerie New York, Luma Arles, and the Museum of Contemporary Art San Diego. Ms. Selldorf is a Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and serves on the Board of the Architectural League of New York, the World Monuments Fund, the Chinati Foundation, and the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College. Additionally, Ms. Selldorf is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, and in 2014 was the recipient of their Award in Architecture, and in 2016 received the AIA New York Medal of Honor.


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CURIOUS OBJECTS

Curious Objects at the Winter Show A gallery of notable artworks on exhibit at the 2020 edition of the Fair Compiled by the editors of The Magazine Antiques

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FOLK ART Double-sided Panel Painting Edwin Schermerhorn, ca. 1841 Offered by David Schorsch~Eileen Smiles

This is the first recorded artwork by Edwin Schermerhorn, who was born in 1817 in Newtown, Pennsylvania, and died in Fulton, New York, in 1873. His occupation was variously recorded as a farmer, wheelwright, carriage maker, wagon maker, and painter. He was the son of Nicholas Schermerhorn of Schenectady, New York, and Elizabeth Heaton of Newtown, Pennsylvania, who married there in 1815 and resided until the mid-1830s, when they moved to New York State. During the period when the Schermerhorn family resided in Newtown, the population was approximately six hundred people, making it probable that they were familiar with the artist Edward Hicks (1780-1849)— today famed for his many renditions of The Peaceable Kingdom. Hicks operated a coach and sign making business in Newtown from 1821 to 1849. In his diary for 1827, Hicks noted that he was “now employing four hands, besides myself, in coach, sign, and ornamental painting, and still more in repairing and finishing carriage wheels.” Considering Schermerhorn’s age at the time and proximity, it is possible that he could have been apprenticed to Hicks, who employed boys as young as thirteen. By 1835, Edwin Schermerhorn had moved to Saratoga Springs, New York. The double-sided panel painting was made by Schermerhorn as a token of love for his young wife Susan Peacock, whom he married in January of 1841 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Charlton, New York. After Edwin’s death in 1873, his immediate family migrated westward, eventually settling in Wausau Village, Nebraska. The Schermerhorn panel painting descended in the family and has remained in private ownership until now.

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SILVER Moss-Roses Vase Tiffany and Company, 1893 Offered by Spencer Marks

In a word: exuberant. This Tiffany and Company silver vase embellished with enamel floral decoration bursts with natural energy and beauty. Designed by John T. Curran and made for the World’s Columbian Exposition, the world’s fair held in Chicago in 1893, it features some of Tiffany and Company’s finest enameling. The Tiffany company made fifteen enameled vases for display at the fair. The largest of these, the Magnolia vase, is thought to be one of the most important pieces of American silver ever made; it is today in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Only four other enameled vases from the fair, including the Moss-Roses vase, are known to survive. The enameling skills of the Tiffany and Company workers reached their zenith at the time of the 1893 fair. Having made their first enameled silver only fifteen years earlier, the silver shop under the direction of Edward C. Moore worked studiously during the 1880s to develop a new style of enameling and succeeded brilliantly. The company’s signature enamel style included pastel colors with a soft matte finish. Their enameled exhibition pieces like this one were so admired that this style of enameling became known as “American Enamel.”

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JEWELRY Apocalyptic Horse Pendant and Torque Wifredo Lam, 1972 Offered by Didier Ltd

Interestingly, this piece of jewelry is both a sculpture and an anti-war protest. The Cuban-born surrealist Wifredo Lam (1902-1982) was one of several artists invited to present jewelry at a trade fair held at the Palazzo Strozzi in Florence in 1972. Working with his friend, the Milanese jewelry designer Anny di Gennaro, he created ten pieces based on imagery in his paintings.

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This pendant, executed in eighteen-carat white, yellow, and rose gold, along with actual horsehair, takes the form of a winged horse inspired by those ridden by the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse. A solitary arm representing a horseman and connecting the pendant to the torque extends upward, within its hand is a ballistic missile that has been prevented from hitting its mark.


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ENGLISH FURNITURE A “Japanned” George I Bureau-Bookcase English, ca. 1725 Offered by Apter-Fredericks

A taste for chinoiserie has been a recurring fashion in English and Continental decorative arts since the mid-seventeenth century, when Europe began to trade in earnest with Asia. The style first reached an aesthetic crescendo in Britain in the 1720s during the reign of George I—about the time this bureau-bookcase was made. The surface of the bureau is covered in red japanning—an enamel-like finish meant to imitate lacquer and originally very glossy— and a wonderfully fanciful and ebullient array of decorative motifs that interpret Chinese art and iconography and give the piece its stand-out character. Among them are a parrot on a circular perch, an aristocratic woman sitting in a carriage drawn by a deer, a vase filled with lush flowers, and a figure— possibly a diety—riding a dragon. Significantly, the finials and other metalwork are original. Only the bun feet have been replaced—as often happens with examples of this furniture form. The piece also has an interesting provenance that is particularly noteworthy in the context of its presentation at The Winter Show. The bureau was once owned by John and Sarah Bulkley and kept in their Park Avenue mansion. Both were deeply involved in philanthropic endeavors. Sarah served for several years as vice president of the New York Y.W.C.A. and Jonathan, a principal in a paper manufacturing firm, served for a time as president of the East Side House Settlement, the founding organization of The Winter Show.

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SCIENTIFIC INSTRUMENTS Two Globes Dutch, ca. 1648 Offered by Daniel Crouch Rare Books

Mapmakers working in the Netherlands in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries are an often-overlooked subset of the Old Masters. From roughly 1570 to 1670—in what has become known as the golden age of Dutch cartography—enormous advances in mapmaking were made that combined the most up-to-date scientific knowledge and geographical discoveries with rich ornamentation and artistic imagery. These two globes of ca. 1648—one terrestrial, the other celestial—were, at 26 inches in diameter, the largest ever made at the time. Their size and grandeur reflect the confidence and wealth of a great maritime and trading nation at the height of its powers. Created in Amsterdam to the design of cartographer Willem Janszoon Blaeu (1517-1638) with substantial updates by his son, Johannes (1596-1673), the globes were meant to be luxury items intended for the nobility and the most prosperous members of the merchant class. Each globe was both a monument to Dutch enterprise and ingenuity and a tool—to be used as much as admired.

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EUROPEAN DECORATIVE ARTS Enamel Ewer Sèvres Manufactory, 1849 Offered by Michele Beiny, Inc.

The Sèvres Manufactory is renowned for its porcelain, but for a few decades in the nineteenth century the factory produced enameled metalware alongside its splendid ceramics. In 1849, the enamels studio under the direction of Jacob Meyer-Heine created this two-foot-tall ewer, executed to a design by the master artist of Sèvres, Jules Diéterle. The allegorical figures and cherubs were painted by Henri-Pierre Picou. The ewer was one of a number of pieces that the directors of Sèvres chose to showcase the excellence of the Manufactory’s work in London in 1851 at the Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations, held in Hyde Park at the so-called Crystal Palace designed by Joseph Paxton. Sèvres proved popular with the English audience. Queen Victoria was a buyer, as were the members of a royal commission established to assemble the founding collection of what is now the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. This ewer is one of the Sèvres items they purchased.The royal commissioners also bought another, smaller enamel Sèvres ewer that is still in the V&A collection. This ewer was deaccessioned at a London auction house in 1939—perhaps mistakenly—“on the disposal grounds of being a duplicate.” It is not, and now it is on offer in New York.

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AMERICAN FURNITURE Chippendale Sofa Massachusetts, ca. 1765 Offered by Bernard and S. Dean Levy Inc.

One of the most exciting and rare forms in American Chippendale furniture is the ball-and-claw footed sofa, and this one, with its double-peaked serpentine back and fully carved front and side skirts, is a unique example of colonial New England cabinetmaking. The sofa has been attributed to the Boston or North Shore area based on a number of features. Clues include decorative traits such as the high profile of the foot, an elliptical ball, and the slight raking to the longish and thin claws. In addition, the secondary woods used on the sofa, white pine and maple, were readily available local lumbers that often appear in furniture from this area. Decorative carving on the piece also suggests the Boston area.

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Although the motifs are not identical to related examples, the nature of the carving, which is in relative low relief, and angular terminals, relates closely to the carving on a group of chairs once attributed to the Newburyport cabinetmaker Sewell Short. As well, the shape of the rear legs with their slight flare at the base are identical to the rear feet of two ball-and-claw foot settees, one at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Coincidentally, this sofa was once owned by the legendary turn-of-the-century Connecticut collector George S. Palmer, whose gifts helped make possible the establishment of the Met’s American Wing.


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AMERICAN PAINTING Portrait of a Boy Albert Bloch, 1911 Offered by Jonathan Boos

Born in St. Louis, Albert Bloch (1882-1961) was the only American associated with the Blue Rider group (Der Blaue Reiter) of progressive German and Russian artists based in Munich near the turn of the last century. He received little formal art training and worked early in his career as an illustrator for a literary magazine. Its editor encouraged him to travel to Europe to further his artistic career and paid for his passage abroad in 1908. Bloch settled in Munich and during the fall of 1911 met Wassily Kandinsky and Franz Marc. Kandinsky invited Bloch to exhibit his works in the first Blue Rider exhibition held at the Thannhauser Gallery from December 18, 1911-January 1, 1912.

Bloch contributed six oils to the show—a landmark event in the history of modernism. Portrait of a Boy was Bloch’s first painting to be exhibited in Europe—shown a month earlier at the Berlin Secession exhibition of 1911, alongside paintings by Max Beckmann, Lovis Corinth, André Derain, Ferdinand Hodler, Georges Braque, Lyonel Feininger, Pablo Picasso, and others. Bloch also exhibited this radical and bold early portrait at the first German Autumn Salon in 1913, widely considered one of the most important large-scale international exhibitions of modern art in Germany before World War I.


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Unrivaled: Hispanic Society Museum & Library Mitchell A. Codding, Executive Director & President Hispanic Society Museum & Library

Fig. 1 Camillo Astalli, known as Cardinal Pamphili, 1650-51 Diego Rodríguez y Silva Velázquez (1599-1660) Oil on canvas, 24 x 18 7/8 in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, A101

The 2020 Winter Show loan exhibition Unrivaled, curated by Philippe de Montebello and Peter Marino, reveals to visitors the enormous depth and quality of the collections of the Hispanic Society Museum & Library. No other institution in the world, even in Spain, can offer such a global vision of Spanish history, art, and culture spanning more than 4,000 years. The museum collection comprises 18,000 works of art from the Paleolithic Age to the 20th century, with numerous iconic paintings and sculpture by Spanish and Latin American masters, as well as superb examples from all of the decorative arts of the Hispanic world. With over 250,000 manuscripts, 35,000 rare books, and 200,000 modern books, its renowned library serves as an essential resource for research into the arts, literature, history, and culture of Spain, Portugal, Latin America, and the Philippines. The collection of prints and photographs preserves an invaluable visual record of Hispanic cultural patrimony with 17,000 prints

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from the 16th to the 20th century, and over 100,000 historical photographs ranging from Philippine daguerreotypes of the 1840s up to the Hispanic Society’s photographic expeditions to Spain in the 1920s. In 2017, the Hispanic Society collections received their greatest imprimatur when the Prado Museum requested to be the inaugural venue for the major traveling exhibition Treasures from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library, which attracted nearly 500,000 visitors in Madrid. Containing more than 200 masterworks, Treasures has since been seen by 250,000 visitors at the Museum of the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City, the Albuquerque Museum, and the Cincinnati Art Museum. The exhibition continues at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston from March 1 to May 25, 2020. The Hispanic Society Museum & Library, located on Audubon Terrace in Upper Manhattan, was founded in


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1904 by the American scholar and philanthropist Archer M. Huntington (1870–1955) as a free public museum and library to promote the study of the rich artistic and cultural traditions of Spain and its area of influence in the Americas and throughout the world. The collections are unrivaled in their scope and quality outside the Iberian Peninsula, addressing nearly every aspect of culture in Spain, as well as much of Portugal, Latin America, and the Philippines. The Hispanic Society is not only the preeminent art museum and library dedicated to Hispanic culture in the United States, it also serves as the sole institution uniting all of the Hispanic and Latino populations through the common heritage of the Spanish language, history, and culture. Unrivaled presents visitors with a cross-sectional view of the Hispanic Society’s rich collections from antiquity to the 20th century. The earliest works in the exhibition, the striking black pottery lidded bowl, footed bowl, and dish that display intricate geometric incised decorations filled with white paste were produced by the Bell Beaker

culture in Andalusia during the 2nd half of the 3rd millennium BC (fig. 2). The name for this archaeological culture was derived from the invertedbell beaker drinking vessels which were the most characteristic forms of their ceramics that served as prestige items among the elites, demonstrating social status. The Maritime Bell Beaker culture spread north from the Iberian Peninsula through Western Europe to Ireland and Britain where they introduced copper metallurgy, using their ceramic pots to smelt copper ores. In antiquity, the Iberian Peninsula and the Balearic Islands served as a crossroads of cultures from the Talayotic culture, Phoenicians, Celts, Iberians, Greeks, Carthaginians, to the Romans. A group of eight small bronze sculptures in the exhibition illustrates the presence of these cultures in ancient Iberia. Of exceptional quality and importance is the striding figure of the Egyptian deity Reshef (600s BC), an ancient Semitic god of war adopted by the Egyptians and the Phoenicians (fig. 4). Introduced in the Iberian Peninsula by the Phoenicians, these

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Fig. 2 Bell Beaker Culture Dish, 2400-1900 BC El Acebuchal, Carmona, Seville, Spain Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, E20 Fig. 3 Sefer Torah, Numbers 16:28-29:18, 1200-1400s Andalusia, Spain Leather, 18 ½ x 26 ¾ in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, HC397/741


figures also have been associated with Melqart, the Phoenician god of the sea and commerce, at whose temple in Cadiz (Gadir) similar figures have been discovered. Other outstanding bronzes in the group come from the Balearic Islands of Menorca and Majorca: the Greek Winged Boar (ca. 500 BC); the Bull’s Head (299-100 BC) from the Talayotic culture, named after the stone towers (talayots) they erected on Menorca; and the Roman Nike or Victory (0-199 AD). The collection also includes significant marble sculptures from Andalusia, such as the Portrait Head of a Julio-Claudian Imperial Princess, Perhaps Julia Drusilla (30-50 AD), believed to have come from Asido Caesarina, modern Medina Sidonia; and the refined Male Torso (100-199 AD), characteristic of the workshops at Italica (Santiponce), the birthplace of the Roman Emperor Trajan. Typifying the cultural diversity of medieval Spain are works from “The Three Cultures”: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim. The history of the Jews in Spain dates back at least to the early Roman period, and by the Middle Ages they were the largest and most prosperous Jewish community in Europe. A rare artefact from this era is the fragment of a Sefer Torah, Numbers 16:28-29:18, from Andalusia which dates from the 1200s to 1400s (fig. 3). The Hebrew text is written on calfskin on 44 ruled lines on three columns and 45 lines on the first column of the text at right. The date of the manuscript is tentative but is based on comparable Sefer Torah fragments with a provenance to Spain, such as the brown patina of the skin and the shape of the tagin (decorative “crowns” above letters). A Royal Grant issued by John II, King of Castile and León (1405-1454), exemplifies a form of medieval royal grant or charter on parchment unique to the Christian kingdoms of Spain. Here John II grants Pedro Fernández de Velasco, 1st Count of Haro, and his heirs in perpetuity, the administrative and

Fig. 4 Phoenician, Egyptianized Reshef, 600s BC Mérida, Badajoz, Spain Bronze, 9 5/8 x 2 in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, D958

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Fig. 5 Plate with a Rider on a Caparisoned Horse, ca. 1525-75 Valencia or Cataluña, Spain Tin-glazed earthenware with cobalt and luster, 3 1/8 x 16 in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, E688 Fig. 6 Aquamanile in the Form of a Portuguese Female Dragon (Coca), 1625-50 Portugual Tin-glazed earthenware, 9 1/8 x 4 7/8 x 6 5/8 in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, LE2409

judicial jurisdiction of Castilla la Vieja. These royal privileges, known in Spanish as privilegios rodados, take their name from the signo rodado, or king’s seal that appears within a large circle or “wheel,” which served as a confirmation of authenticity of the document. The impressive illuminated signo rodado of John II, at the bottom center of the document, displays the royal coat-of-arms of Castile and León surrounded by the name of the king within a circular band, and at the bottom the lead seal of the king hangs from the original red, green, blue, and yellow silk threads.

Manises lusterware quickly became the luxury ceramic of the European elite and by the 15th century adapted primarily European decorative motifs. The plate (before 1478), decorated with the “ivy leaf” design painted in cobalt and luster favored by Italian patrons, is emblazoned in the center with the arms of the Nori family of Florence, specifically Francesco Nori (1430-1478) who directed the Medici Bank in Florence. Another plate (ca. 1525-1575) from the last phase of Manises lusterware, boldly displays a rider on a caparisoned horse surrounded by a stylized “ivy leaf” motif (fig. 5).

The arts of al-Andalus, Islamic Spain, are extensively represented in all media in the collection of the Hispanic Society, and no better expression can be found than in these superb examples of tinglazed lusterware produced by Muslim potters working in Manises (Valencia) during the 14th to 16th centuries. An albarello or pharmacy jar (ca. 1390), displaying Islamic decorative motifs that include pseudo-Arabic script in the top and middle bands, dates from the earliest period of production.

One of the greatest strengths of the museum and library collections is the wealth of exceptional works from Spain’s Golden Age of the 16th and 17th centuries. The library’s collection of manuscript nautical charts and atlases spanning the 15th to 18th centuries is recognized as one of the finest in the world. A prime example is the Portolan Chart of the Mediterranean, Black Sea, and Atlantic from Finisterre to Cape Nun (Majorca, 1552) by the Majorcan cartographer Bartolomeo Olives (fl. 1538-1585). 78


Fig. 7 Saint Lucy, ca. 1630 Francisco de Zurburรกn (1598-1664) Oil on canvas, 72 x 43 7/8 in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, A94

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Prominently displayed in the exhibition are masterworks from the Hispanic Society’s renowned collection of paintings by Spain’s most celebrated Old Masters: El Greco, Doménikos Theotokópoulos (1541-1614); Francisco de Zurbarán (1598-1664); and Diego Rodríguez de Silva y Velázquez (1599-1660). Among the seven works by El Greco at the Hispanic Society, the deceptively simple composition of Saint Luke (1590s) from his mature period at Toledo, displays his confident brushwork and modeling of the face and hand of the patron saint of artists. Francisco de Zurbarán’s Saint Lucy (ca. 1630), the patron saint of the blind, formed part of Louis-Phillipe’s Galerie Espagnole at the Louvre from 1838-1848 (fig. 7). Characteristic of Zurbarán’s female saints, Saint Lucy appears elegantly dressed in shimmering silk fabrics. The brilliant portrait by Velázquez of Camillo Astalli, known as Cardinal Pamphili (Rome, 1650-1651) stands among the best of the best (fig. 1). From his second trip to Italy (1649-1651) where he painted some of his finest portraits, Camillo Astalli epitomizes the pictorial genius of

Velázquez and his amazing technique. In the 17th century, Spanish polychrome sculpture reached an unparalleled level of quality and realism. Luisa Roldán (1652-1706) was the most important Spanish sculptor of her era and the first major woman sculptor in Spain. The dramatic realism of her polychromed terracottas, Head of Saint John the Baptist (Madrid, 16921706) and Head of Saint Paul (Madrid, 1692-1706), attest to her brilliance as a sculptor, for which she was appointed sculptor to the royal court. Exceptional works of the decorative arts from 17th-century Portugal and Portuguese India also can be seen here. Recognized for its finely painted blue on white tin-glazed earthenware and tiles, Portugal produced some truly extraordinary pieces, such as this rare Aquamanile in the Form of a Portuguese Female Dragon (1625-1650). At first glance the exotic form appears to be sphinxlike, but it actually represents a coca, the female dragon of Portuguese and Galician folklore that fights Saint George (fig. 6). Workshops in Portuguese India provided numerous

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Fig. 8 Detail of Map of the Ucayali River, 1808-12 Peru Ink and color on paper, 22 7/8 x 62 ½ in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, K60

luxury goods for export to Europe, from Bengali embroidered tussar silk quilts and Gujarati mother-of-pearl dishes to Goan cabinets inlaid with ebony and ivory and silver filigree caskets. The diminutive Goan silver filigree casket (1600s) on exhibition is a rare example that retains its original shagreencovered case. The arts of the Americas and the Philippines on exhibition encompass the fine and decorative arts, cartography, and photography. A Cuzco School painting of The Presentation in the Temple (1700s), with the characteristic overlay of designs in gold leaf on garments, glows in a spectacular original frame composed of hundreds of iridescent shell segments. The Peruvian box covered with tortoise shell and mother-of-pearl marquetry of floral and foliate motifs (early 1700s) was inspired by export wares from India and the Far East. A Philippine chest (ca. 1700) of narra wood is a rare survivor from the Manila Galleon Trade. Carved with Asian floral and foliate motifs, combined with lions and birds, these chests made in the Philippines were

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used to transport luxury goods on the Manila Galleon, and the chests then were sold to the viceregal elite to ornament their palaces. The pair of plaques known as mayas (Bolivia), were displayed upright on altars to reflect candlelight. At the center is a double-tailed siren, surrounded by undulating stems of stylized sunflowers and tails of serpent dragons, all popular motifs found on silverwork from Alto Peru. Puebla, Mexico, has been known for its tin-glazed earthenware and tiles since the 17th century, and the impressive Tile Panel of the Virgin of the Immaculate Conception (ca. 1798) is a superb manifestation of its fame. Two historically significant charts from North and South America reflect two different worlds. Elizabeth Bermingham’s impressive Chart of the Atlantic Coast of North America from South Carolina to Florida and the Eastern Caribbean (Charleston, South Carolina?, 1727) is the earliest nautical chart produced by a woman in the Americas. To date we know nothing of her life, although we can conjecture that her family was involved in trade


Fig. 9 Mestiza Sangley (Chinese-Philippine Woman), ca. 1875 Francisco van Camp (active 1870s) Albumen print photograph, 5 3/8 x 3 7/8 in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, GRF 178565.48 Fig. 10 Pedro Mocarte, ca. 1805 Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) Oil on canvas, 30 ¾ x 22 ½ in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, A1890 .

between Charleston and the Eastern Caribbean. The spectacular Map of the Ucayali River (Peru, ca. 1808-1812) depicts one of the most remote regions of Peru in the Amazonian rainforest (fig. 8 detail). Prepared by Franciscan missionaries with the assistance of indigenous artists, the map graphically portrays the fauna of the Ucayali (manatee, bears, boars, jaguars, llamas, monkeys, turtles, and parrots), and the indigenous peoples in scenes of hunting and fishing, along with their inherent perils. The legend at the bottom identifies the Franciscan missions established up to 1807, the Ucayali tributaries, and the areas inhabited by the indigenous peoples: Anti (Asháninka), Cashibo, Chontaquiro, Conibo, Ipitineri, Panobo, Shetibo, and Shipibo. Captivating albumen photographs from the Philippines and Chile provide a glimpse into the Hispanic Society’s vast collection of nearly 100,000 historic photographs. The portrait of a serene young woman of astounding beauty, Mestiza Sangley/Woman of Chinese

and Filipino Ancestry (Manila, ca. 1875), by the Dutch photographer Francisco van Camp (active Manila, 1870s), must be considered one of the greatest portraits of the 19th century (fig. 9). The Canadian photographer Obder W. Heffer Bissett (1860-1945), a founder of ethnographic photography in Chile, captured the haunting image of a traditional Mapuche cemetery (ca. 1890) in south central Chile. In the photograph a Mapuche elder is surrounded by chemamülles, monumental wooden crosses and statues that reflect the spirit of the deceased. Four important works by 19th- and 20th-century Spanish and North American masters complete the survey of paintings. Francisco de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828), is represented by five paintings, twelve drawings, and the majority of his prints in first editions. The portrait of his friend Pedro Mocarte (ca. 1805-1806), a professional singer at the Toledo Cathedral depicted in the costume of a bullfighter, serves as a prime example of Goya’s work

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Fig. 11 Children on the Beach, 1908 Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (1863-1923) Oil on canvas, 32 x 41 5/8 in. Hispanic Society Museum & Library, New York, A2138

before the Napoleonic invasion (fig. 10). A surprising work by John Singer Sargent (1856-1925), Dwarf with a Mastiff, after Velázquez (1879-1880), comes from his trip to Spain in 1879 where he studied and copied paintings by Velázquez at the Prado. Sargent retained this painting in his studio through his career as a source for inspiration. During Sargent’s lifetime the original painting at the Prado was considered the work of Velázquez, but today is attributed to a follower. The Hispanic Society is acclaimed for its collection of over 200 paintings, gouaches, and drawings by the early 20th-century Valencian master Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida (1863-1923). Famed for his sun-drenched beach scenes that are prized by collectors, Sorolla’s Children on the Beach (1908), a major work from the peak of his career, exemplifies his reputation as the “painter of light” (fig. 11). A significant modern work by the Catalan artist Antoni Tàpies i Puig (19232012) completes the exhibition. Tàpies introduced abstract painting in Spain in the 1950s with his “matter” paintings that incorporated earth, stone, and other

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non-traditional materials. These mixed media paintings with thick impasto and highly textured surfaces, such as Relleu amb grises i sienes/Relief with Grays and Siennas (1961), secured his international reputation as one of the most important Spanish artists of the second half of the 20th century. For additional information on the Hispanic Society Museum & Library and the collection please visit www.hispanicsociety.org or obtain a copy of the traveling exhibition catalog Treasures from the Hispanic Society Museum & Library (2018).


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KESHISHIAN | C12 Rare antique carpets, tapestries, and needlework, from the Gothic to Pop Art periods. 73 Pimlico Road, London SW1W 8NE United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7730 8810

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New York, by appointment: (212) 956-1586 Eddy Keshishian and Arto Keshishian, Partners www.keshishiancarpets.com info@keshishiancarpets.com

KELLY KINZLE | A13 American folk art, painted furniture, paintings, and tall case clocks. 9 Center Square, PO Box 235, New Oxford, Pennsylvania 17350 (717) 495-3395 www.kellykinzleantiques.com kellykinzle@comcast.net

KOOPMAN RARE ART | E3 Fine English silver, gold boxes, and jewelry, 1650-1950. The London Silver Vaults, 53-64 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS United Kingdom Monday-Friday 9 AM to 5:30 PM; Saturday 10 AM to 1 PM Lewis Smith and Timo Koopman, Directors +44 (0) 2072427624 +44 7836 295309 www.koopman.art info@koopman.art

LEBRETON | E8 Founded in 1999 and located in San Francisco and the French Riviera, Lebreton Gallery promotes and preserves the work of major post-war French and European artists. Its distinguished and unique collection of ceramics, sculptures, and works of art includes works by Suzanne RamiĂŠ-Madoura, Jean Cocteau, Jean Derval, Georges Jouve, Jacques Innocenti, and Lynn Chadwick. By appointment only: (415) 291-8484 www.lebretongallery.com info@lebretongallery.com

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LES ENLUMINURES | A6 Medieval and Renaissance illuminated manuscripts, miniatures, rings, and jewelry. 23 East 73rd Street, 7th Floor Penthouse, New York, New York 10021 (212) 717-7273 980 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 1300, Chicago, Illinois 60611 (773) 929-5986 1 rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau, 75001 Paris, France +33 (0) 4260-1558 All locations by appointment only. www.lesenluminures.com info@lesenluminures.com BERNARD & S. DEAN LEVY INC. | E6 17th- to 19th-century furniture and decorative arts with pieces in the Jacobean, William and Mary, Queen Anne, Chippendale, and Federal styles. 24 East 84th Street, New York, New York 10028 (212) 628-7088 www.levygalleries.com frank@levygalleries.com

LOWELL LIBSON & JONNY YARKER LTD | B8 Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker are international dealers in British art, specializing in paintings, watercolours, drawings, and sculpture of the 17th to mid-19th centuries. 3 Clifford Street, London W1S 2LF United Kingdom +44 (0)20 7734 8686 www.libson-yarker.com lowell@libson-yarker.com jonny@libson-yarker.com

NATHAN LIVERANT AND SON, LLC | D10 18th- and 19th-century American furniture, paintings, and decorative arts. Specializing in fine examples of Connecticut and New England furniture made prior to 1840. 168 South Main Street, PO Box 103, Colchester, Connecticut 06415 (860) 537-2409

Fax: (860) 537-0577

Arthur S. Liverant www.liverantantiques.com mail@liverantantiques.com Follow us at www.facebook.com/NLS.antiques

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LOBEL MODERN | B5 Lobel Modern was established by Evan Lobel in 1997. His vision was to promote important mid-20th-century design that focuses on exceptional craftsmanship and materials with an emphasis on furniture that crosses over into art. Lobel Modern has since become a critical resource for designers, architects, and collectors around the world. New York Design Center, 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 915, New York, New York 10016 Monday-Friday 9:30 AM to 5:30 PM; Saturday by appointment www.lobelmodern.com info@lobelmodern.com, instagram@lobelmodern

LOST CITY ARTS | B2 Established in 1982, Lost City Arts is recognized internationally as a leading source of mid-20th-century fine art, design, furniture, lighting, and accessories. 200 Lexington Ave, Suite 909, New York, New York 10016 (212) 375-0500 James Elkind www.lostcityarts.com info@lostcityarts.com

MACKLOWE GALLERY, LTD. | C9 Tiffany Studios lamps, art glass, and bronzes; French Art Nouveau furniture, art glass, lighting, ceramics, and lithographs; important antique and estate jewelry. 445 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022 (212) 644-6400

Fax: (212) 755-6143

www.macklowegallery.com email@macklowegallery.com

MAISON GERARD | C7 Maison Gerard was founded in 1974, specializing in French Art Deco furniture, lighting, and objets d’art. Today, Maison Gerard presents a range of work—from antiques to contemporary design—always with an emphasis on authenticity, historical context, and connoisseurship. 43 and 53 East 10th Street, New York, New York 10003 The Elizabeth Collective, 10 West 56th Street, New York, New York 10019 (212) 674-7611 www.maisongerard.com home@maisongerard.com

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MENCONI + SCHOELKOPF | B14 Established in 2001, the gallery specializes in American art from 1800-1950 and has superior expertise in Modernism, American Impressionism, the Ashcan School, and in the work of the 19th-century genre and landscape painters of the Hudson River School. 22 East 80th Street, New York, New York 10075 (212) 879-8815 www.msfineart.com info@msfineart.com

PATRICK & ONDINE MESTDAGH | D16 Fine antiques from the five continents. Rue des Minimes 29, 1000 Brussels, Belgium +32 (0) 2511 10 27 www.patrickmestdagh.be info@patrickmestdagh.com

JOAN B MIRVISS LTD | E5 Japanese fine art of the 17th–21st centuries, specializing in important modern and contemporary Japanese ceramics, traditional screens and paintings, and ukiyo-e woodblock prints. 39 East 78th Street, 4th Floor (at Madison Avenue) New York, New York 10075 (212) 799-4021

Fax: (212) 721-5148

Joan B. Mirviss www.mirviss.com info@mirviss.com

LILLIAN NASSAU LLC | A2 For 75 years, Lillian Nassau LLC has offered museum-quality examples of the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios, including leaded glass lamps and windows, favrile glass and pottery, mosaics, metalwork, and more, as well as late 19th- and early 20th-century decorative arts, design, and sculpture. 220 East 57th Street, New York, New York 10022 (212) 759-6062

Fax: (212) 832-9493

www.lilliannassau.com info@lilliannassau.com

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THE OLD PRINT SHOP, INC. | A12 Our 63nd year exhibiting at The Winter Show, specializing in American prints, photographs, drawings, watercolors, paintings, and sculpture, 1700–1950; and antique maps, 1500–1880. 150 Lexington Avenue, New York, New York 10016 (212) 683-3950w Robert K. Newman and Harry S. Newman www.oldprintshop.com info@oldprintshop.com

GERALD PETERS GALLERY | D15 20th-century and contemporary American painting and sculpture. 24 East 78th Street, New York, New York 10075 (212) 628-9760 www.gpgallery.com

RONALD PHILLIPS LTD | E2 18th- and 19th-century English furniture. 26 Bruton Street, London W1J 6QL United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7493 2341 www.ronaldphillipsantiques.com advice@ronaldphillips.co.uk

PLEKTRON FINE ARTS | D6 Archaeological works of art from the Mediterranean area, with a particular emphasis on the Greek and Roman periods. Claridenstrasse 34, 6th Floor, 8002 Zurich, Switzerland By appointment: +41 (0) 76 423 4741 Mr. Ludovic Marock www.plektronfinearts.com info@plektronfinearts.com

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RED FOX FINE ART | E9 Established in 1979, Red Fox Fine Art is America’s leading gallery of 19th- and 20th-century sporting paintings and sculpture. 1 North Madison Street, Middleburg, Virginia 20117 (703) 851-5160 www.redfoxfineart.com tr@redfoxfineart.com

JAMES ROBINSON, INC. | C2 Antique jewelry, silver, porcelain, and glass, along with handmade sterling silver. 480 Park Avenue, New York, New York 10022 2 South Beach Street, Nantucket, Massachussetts 02554 (212) 752-6166 Joan Boening, President; Edward Munves,Chairman; James Boening, Director; Marci Leggette, Manager www.jrobinson.com info@jrobinson.com

DAVID A. SCHORSCH~EILEEN M. SMILES AMERICAN ANTIQUES | A8 American decorative arts of the 18th and 19th centuries, specializing in folk art. 358 Main Street South, Woodbury, Connecticut 06798 Cell: (203) 982-7574 Office: (203) 263-3131 www.schorsch-smiles.com contact@schorsch-smiles.com

SCHWARZ GALLERY | A10 American and European paintings from the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, specializing in Philadelphia. 1806 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 (215) 563-4887 www.schwarzgallery.com mail@schwarzgallery.com

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S. J. SHRUBSOLE | A5 English and American silver, 1450 to 1920; jewelry, 1750 to the present. 26 East 81st Street, New York, New York 10028 (212) 753-8920

Fax: (212) 754-5192

Timothy Martin, James McConnaughy, Benjamin Miller, and Karin Shrubsole www.shrubsole.com inquiries@shrubsole.com

ELLE SHUSHAN | D1 Fine portrait miniatures, portrait waxes, and contemporary portrait photography. 1600 Arch Street, Suite 1603, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 (215) 587-0000 Elle Shushan www.elleshushan.com elle@elleshushan.com

ROBERT SIMON FINE ART | C10 Specializing in Old Master paintings and sculpture from Europe and the Americas, with an emphasis on works from the Italian Renaissance and Baroque periods. 22 East 80th Street, New York, New York 10075 Located on the Fourth Floor of The Fine Arts Building (212) 288-9712 Fax: (212) 202-4786 By Appointment at: Satis House, 53 Tower Hill Road, Tuxedo Park, NY 10987 (845) 351-2339 Fax: (845) 351-4332 www.robertsimon.com rbs@robertsimon.com SPENCER MARKS | E11 Spencer Marks specializes in fine and unique silver with a focus on the 19th and 20th centuries. P.O. Box 330, Southampton, Massachusetts 01073 (413) 527-7344 www.spencermarks.com info@spencermarks.com

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TAMBARAN | B3 Tambaran is one of New York City’s most respected Tribal Art galleries specializing in exceptionally beautiful museum-quality pieces. Founded in 1979 by Maureen Zarember, the gallery offers unrivaled expertise in African, Oceanic, and Northwest Coast American art to private collectors and museums all over the world. 5 East 82nd Street, New York, New York 10028 (212) 570-0655 www.tambaran.com tambarangallery@gmail.com

CAROLLE THIBAUT-POMERANTZ | D6 Vintage wallpaper panels —18th century to 1950’s, and 20th-century and contemporary decorative arts. By appointment: New York: (212) 759-6048 Paris: +33 (0) 6 09 05 35 98 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, Proprietor www.antique-wallpaper.com carolle@ctpdecorativearts.com

THISTLETHWAITE AMERICANA | E10 Purveyor of fine Americana. 612 Duke Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314 (270) 404-1558 www.thistleamericana.com taylor@thistleamericana.com

ERIK THOMSEN | B10 Erik Thomsen has been a dealer in Japanese art since 1984, specializing in antique and modern folding screens, scroll paintings, bamboo baskets, ceramics, and gold lacquer boxes. 9 East 63rd Street, New York, New York 10065 (212) 288-2588 www.thomsengallery.com info@thomsengallery.com

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THROCKMORTON FINE ART, INC. | B12 Pre-Columbian sculpture and textiles, Chinese archaic jades and ceramics, tribal art, and vintage photography. 145 East 57th Street, 3rd Floor, New York, New York 10022 (212) 223-1059

Fax: (212) 223-1937

Spencer Throckmorton, President www.throckmorton-nyc.com info@throckmorton-nyc.com

WICK ANTIQUES LTD | A11 Purveyors of quality 18th- and 19th-century furniture and objects. Specializing in rare nautical artifacts. Unit 1 Riverside Business Park, Gosport Street, Lymington, Hampshire SO41 9BB United Kingdom Monday-Friday 8 AM to 5 PM +44 (0) 7768877069 www.wickantiques.co.uk charles@wickantiques.co.uk

ROBERT YOUNG ANTIQUES | E4 Fine vernacular furniture and folk art. 68 Battersea Bridge Road, London SW11 3AG United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7228 7847 Robert Young and Josyane Young www.robertyoungantiques.com office@robertyoungantiques.com

PAVEL ZOUBOK FINE ART | B15 Specializing in contemporary and modern collage, assemblage and mixed-media installation, with a related focus on Surrealism, Abstract Expressionism and Pop. P.O. Box 566, New York, New York 10150 By appointment: Upper East Side, New York (212) 675-7490 www.pavelzoubok.com info@pavelzoubok.com

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A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE

745 Fifth Avenue • New York City • 10151 • +1.212.752.1727 • ALVR.com

Carved moonstone and diamond brooch set in platinum. The moonstone is of exceptional size, measuring 1-3/4 inches in diameter. Tiffany & Co., New York, ca. 1905. D: 2 in. 18k gold and moonstone bracelet. Designed by Izabel Coles, moonstones carved by Beth Benton Sutherland, 18k gold mount most likely by Herman Koechendoeffer. American, ca. 1940. L: 7 in. Provenance: Commissioned by Connecticut Senator William Benton (1900-1973). A gift to his wife, the five moonstones feature carved intaglios of Benton and his four children.

Established 1851

Where the Unusual is Usual SM Booth D11


Childe hassam (1859 – 1935)

The Sea, 1892. Oil on canvas, 61 x 56 inches. Signed and dated lower right.

New Gallery Opening, March, 2020 The Fuller Building, 595 Madison Avenue, 4th floor New York, New York 10019 www.adelsongalleries.com 212.439.6800

Booth E7


— FOR I WAS BLIND BUT NOW I SEE —

The Master Light of All Our Seeing A F E W O F T H O S E W H O CA M E B E F OR E U S Michelangelo Buonarroti

Richard Wagner

Ptolemy

Henry Thoreau

Leonardo da Vinci

Felix Mendelssohn

Eliza Cook

Ralph Waldo Emerson

Raphael Sanzio

Romeo and Juliet

King David

Bayard Taylor

Fra Angelico

Dante Alighieri

William Cohen Bryant

William Wordsworth

Johann Sebastian Bach

Homer

William Shakespeare

Sidney Lanier

Ludwig van Beethoven

Sappho

John Milton

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

Wolgang Amadeus Mozart

Johann Wolfgang Goethe

P R OV E NA N C E J O H N S H OP K I N S U N I V E R S I T Y

alexandergallery.com | 917-648-3282

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Booth A4


John James Audubon (1785-1851) Snowy Owl, Plate CXXI from The Birds of America. London: 1827-38. Engraved by Robert Havell (1793-1878) Aquatint engraving with original hand-coloring. 37 5/8” x 24 7/8” (sheet), 49 3/8” x 36 3/4” (framed).

A Glorious Selection of Rare Maps & Atlases, Color-plate Books, Audubon Prints, Natural History Engravings & Watercolors.

Booth D4

1016 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10075 212-628-7625

29 East 72nd Street New York, NY 10021 212-628-3668

1308 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-735-8811


ARONSON OF AMSTERDAM FLOWERVASE, DELFT, CIRCA 1700 WWW.ARONSON.COM DURING THE SHOW 1-646-415-2561

Booth E13


MICHELE BEINY

53 East 82nd Street . New York . NY . 10028

michele@michelebeiny.com Booth D2

T. 212.794.9357 F. 212.772.0119

WWW.MICHELEBEINY.COM

BY APPOINTMENT


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H. B L A I R M A N & S O N S LT D

A SILVER, ENAMEL & MAPLE MAZER BOWL Designed by William Burges (1827-81) Manufactured by Barkentin & Krall English (London), 1868 Provenance: Presented to E.V. Austin by the Surrey Archaeological Society Literature: Surrey Advertiser & County Times, 14th August 1869, p. 5

15 Queen Anne’s Gate, London SW1H 9BU Tel: +44 (0) 20 7493 0444 • US cell: +1 917 297 2167 e-mail: blairman@blairman.co.uk • www.blairman.co.uk Booth E12


Paul Cadmus (American, 1904–1999), Notturno: Bologna, 1957, egg tempera on gessoed panel, 11½ × 16 inches, signed lower left and inscribed on the verso

Psychological Realism The Art Show 2020 February 27 – March 2

Specializing in 20th Century American Art 18 East 64th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10065 212.535.5096 jb@jonathanboos.com jonathanboos.com

Booth D12


ARNULF RAINER (*1929)

“n.t. (Zentralform)“, 1958, gouache and crayon on paper on cardboard, 34,6 x 25,5 cm, © Arnulf Rainer, courtesy Daniel Blau, Munich

Booth D7


ANSELM KIEFER (*1945)

BASELITZ HÖCKELMANN KIEFER LÜPERTZ a.r. PENCK RAINER WARHOL

WORKS ON PAPER

contact@danielblau.com

www.danielblau.com

”Die Urd-Quelle“, c. 1970, graphite on paper, 30,8 x 43,8 cm, © Anselm Kiefer, courtesy Daniel Blau, Munich Booth D7


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Browse & Darby Booth A7

William Ratcliffe (1870-1955) Eton Avenue from a Window Oil on canvas 31 1/2 x 25 3/4 inches

19 Cork Street . London W1S 3LP . UK Tel: +44(0)20 7734 7984 e-mail: art@browseanddarby.co.uk | www.browseanddarby.co.uk Booth A7


RALPH M. CHAIT GALLERIES, INC . WORKS OF ART

CHINESE ART

16 East 52nd Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10022 Tel: 212-397-2818 • www.rmchait.com • E-mail: info@rmchaitgal.net

RARE LARGE CHINESE PORCELAIN FIGURE OF GUANYIN Kangxi period, AD 1662–1722 Height with base: 29 inches (73.6 cm) Ex Collection: John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Ex Collection: J.P. Morgan Illustrated and described: Catalogue of The Morgan Collection of Chinese Porcelains, Vol. I, 1904, Plate XXXI, Case XXIII, No. 567. Exhibited: Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY: late 19th century–1913

Booth D9


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

The ‘Ghost flag’ Hong Punchbowl Qianlong period circa 1787-88 American Market Diameter: 14 inches; 35.5cm This remarkable bowl shows a view of the Hongs (‘foreign factories’) in Canton. It can be dated very precisely as it has had the US flag painted over (or at least its outline) in one location and repainted in a second place. The US offices moved their main activites from one place to the next, 1787-88. Other bowls are known with the US flag in either position.

illustrated catalogue available

‘Ghost flag’

Gallery by appointment only at: 1 Essex Court, 30 St James’s Place, London, SW1A 1NR Correspondence: PO Box 366, REIGATE RH2 2BB, UK Tel: +44 (0)1737 242180 USA cell: +(917) 365 1145 Email: info@cohenandcohen.co.uk Website: www.cohenandcohen.co.uk

Also Exhibiting at: The Palm Beach Show: 14-18 February 2020 Asian Art In London: November 2020

Booth C3


JOHN SINGER SARGENT (American 1856-1925)

Bologna Fountain, circa 1906

Watercolor, gouache and pencil on paper 12 ¼ x 18 inches

111 Old Quarry Road, Guilford, CT 06437 203-453-2449

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1000 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10075 212-879-9259

www.thomascolville.com

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cove landing 167 EAST 74TH STREET NEW YORK NEW YORK 10021 212.288.7597 covelanding@gmail.com

SIEGFRIED WAGNER DANISH 1974–1952 PELICAN IN PIETY BRONZE ON ORIGINAL WOOD BASE CIRCA 1915 EXHIBITED VEJEN KUNSTMUSEUM, 2005 9 1/2 X 4 3/4 INCHES

Booth A1


The apotheosis of the Golden Age of Dutch cartography. BLAEU, Willem. [A pair of Globes - Terrestrial and Celestial] Globus Orbis Terrae. [Amsterdam, Joan Blaeu, c1645-48]. (Detail: Terrestrial globe) New catalogue: Globalization: globes and planetaria 1492-1914

Daniel Crouch Rare Books info@crouchrarebooks.com crouchrarebooks.com London 4 Bury Street St James’s London SW1Y 6AB +44 (0)20 7042 0240 New York 24 East 64th Street New York NY 10065 +1 (212) 602 1779

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Sal

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66b Kensington Church St, London W8 4BY, UK Tel. +44 (0)7973 800415 info@didierltd.com • www.didierltd.com • @didierltd Open by appointment

Jewellery by Painters, Sculptors Architects and Designers

18ct gold, enamel and gem-set watch celebrating Dalí’s love of New York with the Statue of Liberty, 1980, and a pair of melting telephone earrings in 18ct gold from 1949

didierltd

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Post-War and Contemporary Design from the United States and Europe 200 LEXINGTON AVE N O . 1510 NEW YORK NY DONZELLA.COM _ 212 965 8919

“Fregate” Wall Console _ ALEXANDRE LOGÉ, FRANCE, 2018 _ textured plaster over iron, slab-quartz top, limited edition of 25

126 Booth A9


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Peter Fetterman Gallery One of the largest inventories of Classic Photography in the United States www.peterfetterman.com | Santa Monica | info@peterfetterman.com Booth D14

Sarah Moon. L’inconnue, 2011. Š Sarah Moon


ANTIQUE ARMS, ARMOUR & RELATED OBJECTS 38–39 Duke Street, St James’s, London, SW1Y 6DF T: +44 (0)20 7839 5666 | E: gallery@peterfiner.com | www.peterfiner.com

A PARADE SHIELD MADE FOR THE TRABANTENLEIBGARDE OF WOLF DIETRICH VON RAITENAU, PRINCE-ARCHBISHOP OF SALZBURG late 16th century Italy, Venice. Wood, gesso, leather, polychrome pigments, translucent and gilt lacquer. 59 cm / 23.2 in × 55.5 cm / 21.8 in Provenance: The Princely Residence, Salzburg; most likely included in the booty transferred by Bavarian troops to the Munich city Zeughaus circa 1809, and subsequently included in the sales from the Zeughaus following the First World War. Booth A3


FOR TICKETS OR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION CONTACT ONE OF US: STEVEN WEISS

212-729-0011 sweiss57@me.com

Booth B13

RAY HARADIN

412-343-8733 raytoys@aol.com

BRE DAY

412-841-0623 bremarieday@gmail.com

LEON WEISS

917-991-7352 leonweiss@me.com


61 CADOGAN SQUARE

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Yasuo Kuniyoshi, 1889–1953 Spring Plants, 1924 Sumi ink and watercolor on paper 19 x 13 inches Signed and dated (lower left, along plant stem): Y.KUNIYOSHI 24 212-813-9797 • By appointment only • info@bgfa.com • www.bgfa.com Booth C5


JAMES G RAHAM- S TEWART 89–91 SCRUBS LANE · London NW10 6QU · +44 (0)203 674 0404

One of a pair of George II Virginia walnut chairs designed by William Kent for the Marble Hall at Holkham, circa 1730

www.jamesgraham-stewart.com Booth A14


MARTYN GREGORY

THE LEADING SPECIALISTS IN CHINA TRADE PAINTINGS

Spoilum (fl. 1770 – 1805) Portrait of a Western man in a Chinese landscape Oil and silvering on reverse of glass, 24 x 18 in

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

info@martyngregory.com | +44(0) 20 7839 3731 | www.martyngregory.com Booth B4

Exhibiting at BOOTH B4 with Carswell Rush Berlin


We buy aRt libRaRies in the united states Recently New York New York Baltimore Santa Monica Washington

acquiRed

The Library of Professor Jim Draper The Jewellery Library of Ralph Esmerian Thomas Segal Gallery Library The Old Master Library of Professor Jean Luc Bordeaux The Library of Philip Conisbee

thomaS heneage art BookS 42 Duke Street St J ameS ’ S L onDon SW1Y 6DJ The foremost specialist art bookshop in the English speaking world. We focus on books for the art world from the ancient to the modern, and buy, sell and curate art libraries. We also deal in fine works of art associated with antiquarianism in the library. +44 (0)20 7930 9223

artbooks@heneage.com

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Works on Paper from Old Master to Modern

441 Elm Street, South Dartmouth, MA 02748 Tel: +1 774 206 1024 or +1 212 249 1397 oldmaster@hill-stone.com www.hill-stone.com

Over 40 years of Eclecticism and Contrariness in Trade Chambre Syndicale de l’Estampe, du Dessin & du Tableau, Paris

THÉODORE GÉRICAULT

Rouen 1791–1824 Paris

Retour de Russie [The Return from Russia]. Lithograph; 1818. Géricault’s lithograph is arguably the greatest example of the medium in the Romantic period and his masterpiece in printmaking. Detail. Booth D3


HYDE PARK ANTIQUES, LTD. FINEST ENGLISH 18TH AND EARLY 19TH CENTURY FURNITURE

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Philadelphia

Card Table with Lyre Base, about 1815. Mahogany, striped and bird’s eye maple, and ebony, with gilt-brass and ormolu. 28½ in. high, 35 in. wide, 17½ in. deep at the top, 18 in. deep at the castors; open: 35 x 35 in.

THE FULLER BUILDING 41 E A ST 57 TH STR E E T N E W YO R K 10 0 2 2 212 . 535 . 8 810 HIRSCHL ANDADLER .COM

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John Moore

(b. 1941)

Double Dusk, 2018. Oil on canvas, 44 x 36 in. Signed and dated (at lower right): MOORE ’18

THE FULLER BUILDING

HIRSCHL & ADLER MODERN

41 E A ST 57 TH STR E E T N E W YO R K 10 0 2 2 212 . 535 . 8 810 HIRSCHL ANDADLER .COM

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A lead wall ornament with mask of a bearded, crowned mythological figure, English, ca. 1940. 37.5 ins. high, 26 ins. wide. Barbara Israel Garden Antiques specializes in the finest antique garden ornament and furniture from Europe and America. Call to inquire about our on-site ornament placement and design services. By Appointment ¡ Katonah, N Y ¡ 212-744-6281 www.barbaraisrael.com Booth C6


BERGDORF GOODMAN 754 5th Avenue, 7th Floor New York, NY 10019 WWW.KENTSHIRE.COM

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KESHISHIAN

C.T. A 102 Op-Art tapestry, by Victor Vasarely, c1966.

73 PIMLICO ROAD, LONDON SW1W 8NE. TEL.020 7730 8810 NEW YORK TEL. 212 956 1586 info@keshishiancarpets.com www.keshishiancarpets.com Booth C12


CARVED ANGEL BLOWING A TRUMPET American Possibly New York State Circa 1890–1920 65" tall, 18" wide

9 Center Square New Oxford PA 17350 717-495-3395 kellykinzle@comcast.net Visit us online at: KellyKinzleAntiques.com

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LEBRETON

LEBRETONGALLERY.COM Booth E8


Les enLuminures paris • new york • chicago

The Calcagni Hours (Use of Rome) Italy, Florence, September 7, 1508 3 large miniatures, 5 historiated initials by the workshop of Attavante degli Attavanti

www.lesenluminures.com 1, rue Jean-Jacques Rousseau Escalier A, 2e étage 75001 Paris, FRANCE tel +33 1 42 60 15 58 info@lesenluminures.com

23 East 73rd Street 7th Floor, Penthouse New York, NY 10021, USA tel +1 212 717 7273 newyork@lesenluminures.com

980 North Michigan Ave. Suite 1330 Chicago, IL 60611, USA tel +1 773 929 5986 chicago@lesenluminures.com Booth A6


CHIPPENDALE CHEST ON CHEST Made and Signed by Benjamin Ross (d. 1775) Boston Circa 1765

WE ARE EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE OUR UPCOMING MOVE IN SPRING 2020 TO 227 WEST 17TH STREET, NEW YORK CITY

24 East 84th Street • New York, NY 10028 212-628-7088 • www.levygalleries.com Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Other times by appointment

Booth E6


3 Clifford Street · London w1s 2lf +44 (0)20 7734 8686 pictures@libson-yarker.com www.libson-yarker.com

Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker Ltd British Art

Massimiliano Ravenna after a model by Giuseppe Ceracchi 1751–1801 George Washington Marble · c.1815 · 22½ inches · 570 mm Booth B8


Sea captain with rare floating ship background. Attributed to Frederick Mayhew (1785-1854) of Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, 1820 - 1830.

NATHAN LIVERANT •ANTIQUE

AN D S •

S

168 SOUTH MAIN STREET • PO BOX 103 • COLCHESTER, CT 06415 (860) 537-2409 • e-mail: mail@liverantantiques.com

www.liverantantiques.com

Booth D10

O N,

LLC


Booth B5


Specializing in 20th Century Fine Art and Design

H a r r y B e r t o i a | We l d e d C o p p e r a n d B r o n z e B u s h S c u l p t u r e w i t h A p p l i e d Pa t i n a | 1 9 7 5

2 0 0 L e x i n g t o n Av e n u e , S u i t e 9 0 9 • N e w Yo r k , N Y, 1 0 0 1 6 • 2 1 2 - 3 7 5 - 0 5 0 0 • l o s t c i t ya r t s . c o m Booth B2


445 PARK AVENUE • NEW YORK, NY 10022 212-644-6400 • www.macklowegallery.com

Macklowe Gallery specializes in antique and estate jewelry, the lamps and glass of Louis Comfort Tiffany, French Art Nouveau furniture and objects, and lithographs by Alphonse Mucha. Booth C9


Cutler & Girard Fine and rare Italian Art Nouveau three panel screen Carved maple, walnut, mahogany and satinwood Italy, circa 1902 43 & 53 East 10th Street Booth C7

The Elizabeth Collective, 10 West 56th Street

New York

maisongerard.com


Booth D16


Booth B14


Andrew Wyeth

(1917–2009)

Big Rocks,

detail, 1974 Watercolor on paper, 28¼ x 22⅞ inches Signed at upper left: and lower right: Andrew Wyeth

Cider Apples, 1963

Watercolor on paper, 18⅞ x 23⅞ inches Signed at upper right: and lower right: Andrew Wyeth

Menconi + Schoelkopf 22 e 80 st, nyc 10075

212 879 8815

info@msfineart.com

msfineart.com Booth B14


金銀 Gold + Silver Luster in Japanese Modern Clay Art

JOAN B MIRVISS LTD Booth E5

JAPANESE ART Antique - Contemporary 39 East 78th Street, 4th Floor | New York NY 10075 Telephone 212 799 4021 | www.mirviss.com


Established in 1945 in New York City, Lillian Nassau LLC has specialized in the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios for over seventy-five years 220 East 57th Street, New York NY 10022

212.759.6062

info@lilliannassau.com

www.lilliannassau.com

Louis Comfort Tiffany & Co. (1878-1885) Aesthetic Movement Center Table American, circa 1882 This unique center table combines several of the design elements that became hallmarks in Louis Comfort Tiffany’s oeuvre: each side of the apron features either delicate silver stencilling or inset leaded glass panels, all supported by intricately carved wood legs. Purchased by prominent New Yorkers in the early 1880s, this rare example of Tiffany’s furniture has remained in the same family for nearly 150 years. Booth A2


INC.

Amarylis [sic]. White-line color woodcut by Blanche Lazell, 1930.

ONE OF THE MANY RARE AND IMPORTANT AMERICAN MASTERWORKS TO BE FOUND AT THE OLD PRINT SHOP OVER 120 YEARS OF BUYING, SELLING AND BUILDING AMERICAN ART COLLECTIONS

WWW.OLDPRINTSHOP.COM ROBERT K. NEWMAN HARRY S. NEWMAN 150 LEXINGTON AVENUE AT 30TH STREET NEW YORK, NY 10016-8108 TEL 212.683.3950 INFO@OLDPRINTSHOP.COM

Booth A12


MARGUERITE ZORACH (1887-1968)

Mother and Child, 1919, oil on canvas, 24 x 20 inches

NEW YORK SANTA FE gpgallery.com Booth D15


RONALD PHILLIPS FINE ANTIQUE ENGLISH FURNITURE

A HIGHLY IMPORTANT JAPANNED BUREAU CABINET ATTRIBUTED TO GILES GRENDEY ENGLISH, CIRCA 1745 26 BRUTON STREET, LONDON W1J 6QL +44 (0)20 7493 2341 ADVICE @ RONALDPHILLIPS.CO.UK RONALDPHILLIPSANTIQUES.COM

Booth E2


PLEKTRON FINE ARTS

The Winter Show, New York, January 24 - February 2 2020

Roman Marble Lion Skin Antonine period, 2nd century A.D. 20x20 inches (50 x 50 cm) Collection Giorgio Sangiorgi (1886-1965) Thence by descent

Claridenstrasse 34 8002 Zurich Switzerland Phone: +41 76 423 47 41 EMail: info@plektronfinearts.com www.plektronfinearts.com Booth D6


1 North Madison Street, Middleburg , Virginia 20117 www.redfoxfineart.com 703.851.5160 above: THOMAS HEWES HINCKLEY (American, 1813-1896) The Day’s Bag, 1853 (detail), oil on canvas, 15 x 20 inches, signed and dated T.H. Hinckley 1853 Booth E9


INC. ESTABLISHED 1912

Antique Jewelry ~ Silver ~ Objets ~ Porcelain ~ Glass

Art Deco one-of-a kind Gem Set & Enameled Bracelet

Mauboussin, Paris 5 August 1926

NEW YORK 480 Park Avenue 212.752.6166

NANTUCKET 2 S. Beach Street 508.825.89 09

info@jrobinson.com Booth C2


King Philip (1638-1676), sachem of the Wampanoag peoples of southeastern Massachusetts between Narragansett Bay in Rhode Island to the western end of Cape Cod, including the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard.

David A. Schorsch Eileen M. Smiles

American Antiques

ANTIQUARIAN EQUITIES, INC. 358 MAIN STREET SOUTH, WOODBURY, CONNECTICUT 06798 TELEPHONE: 203-263-3131 CELL: 203-982-7574 EMAIL: CONTACT@SCHORSCH-SMILES.COM WWW. SCHORSCH-SMILES. COM Booth A8


Xanthus Smith

USS Kearsarge Sinking the Alabama Oil on canvas, 21 1⁄4 × 35 3⁄4 inches Signed at lower right: “Xanthus Smith”

SCHWARZ www.schwarzgallery.com

1806 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19103 215 563 4887 mail@schwarzgallery.com Booth A10


An American Japonisme Mixed-Metals Silver Vase New York, c. 1886 by Tiffany & Co. • Height: 14 ½"; Weight: 51 oz.

S. J. Shrubsole 26 East 81st Street, New York, NY 10028 Tel: (212) 753-8920 • E-mail: inquiries@shrubsole.com • www.shrubsole.com Booth A5


Booth D1


R O B E RT S I M O N F I N E A RT Peruvian (Cuzco School) Portrait of a Lady with Chiqueador, ca. 1690 – 1710 Oil on canvas, 66 ⅛ x 43 ¾ in. (168 x 111 cm.) 22 east 80th street, new york, ny 10075 t: 212.288.9712 rbs @ robertsimon.com www.robertsimon.com

Please visit us at Stand C10 Booth C10


Spencer Marks

Fine Antique & 20th Century Silver www.spencermarks.com

Spencer Gordon, III  Mark F. McHugh

P.O. Box 330, Southampton, Massachusetts 01073 (413) 527-7344 Member: The Art and Antiques Dealers League of America, CINOA & The Antique Dealers’ Association of America Booth E11


TAMBARAN 5 EAST 82ND ST, NEW YORK 10028 - 212 570 0655 - WWW.TAMBARAN.COM

Booth B3


C a r o l l e T h i b au T - P o m e r a n T z a nTique W allPaPer P anels • a rTs D eCoraTifs neW York : By Appointment Only Tel: +1 212 759 6048

carolle@ctpdecorativearts.com

P aPiers P einTs a nCiens Paris :

Tel: +33 6 09 05 35 98

“Jeux Olympiques – Fetes Grecques” scenic panoramic by Joseph Dufour, France, dated 1818. 1 of 4 panels of this décor to be presented on stand Measurements of panel illustrated: H 6'3" x W 6'7" (1,92m x 2,05m) Booth D6


200 Years of Distinctive American Design

Block Front Chest Boston, Massachusetts Mahogany Circa 1760

Faceted Cabinet Paul Evans for Directional Furniture American Burl Mid 1960s

Alexandria, Virginia and Glasgow, Kentucky (270) 404-1558 thistledecarts@gmail.com thistleamericana.com Booth E10


9 East 63rd Street

Phone

212 288 2588

New York, NY 10065

info@thomsengallery.com

art, gold lacquer works, bamboo baskets,

Open Mon – Fri 11– 5

www.thomsengallery.com

and ceramics from the 5th to the 21st c.

Japanese folding screens, paintings, ink

Booth B10


THROC KMORTON FINE ART

TEOTIHUACAN Portrait Mask

250-450 BCE, Hard Stone, H: 8 1/4 in. (Leticia Montes Collection, IL, 1970s)

1 4 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 1 0 0 2 2 Tel. 212. 223. 1059 Fax. 212. 223. 1937 www.throckmorton-nyc.com info@throckmorton-nyc.com Galler y Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 11 AM - 5 PM Booth B12


Booth A11


Booth E4


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Booth # B15


Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc. DISTINCTIVE ANTIQUE RUGS • ESTABLISHED 1976

This has been a very busy year for us! Last October, we downsized from two galleries to one and moved to an office in San Francisco. Shortly thereafter, we acquired approximately 1300 antique and vintage rugs from the estate of Albert Keshishian, owner of The Levant in the Rockridge neighborhood Oakland, California. Albert’s father, Hadji, founded the Levant in 1927. Between downsizing in San Francisco and setting up shop in Oakland, we have chosen to take the 2020 Winter Show off and rejoin you in 2021 for our 26th year at the show. We’ll look forward to seeing you then!

The Levant Rug Company Inc. 5450 College Avenue Oakland, California 510.653.2196 Tues – Sat 10 – 6 and Sun 12 – 6

San Francisco, California 415.956.3300 Office

1225 Main Street Dublin, New Hampshire 603.563.8717 By Appointment or chance

inquiries @ peterpap.com

View over 1,500 rugs online www.peterpap.com


Returning to The Winter Show 2021

Above: Fereghan Sarouk, 3rd quarter 19th century, 14' 2" x 19' 8" Left: Northwest Persian Carpet, late 18th century, 10' 5" x 29'


WE CELEBRATE EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT FOR IT’S EXTRAORDINARY ACHIEVEMENTS.

Sound Point Capital Management, L.P. 375 Park Avenue, 33rd Floor New York, NY 10152 212.895.2280 soundpointcap.com


JP CUSTOM UPHOLSTERY THE HIGH ART OF HANDCRAFTED FURNITURE

Custom Tailored Designs • Restoration & Reproduction jpcustomupholstery.com

Instagram: jandp_upholstery

718-482-8500


Jean-Jacques Lequeu: Visionary Architect. Drawings from the Bibliothèque nationale de France January 31 through May 10, 2020

also on view this season

Jean-Jacques Lequeu: Visionary Architect is organized by the Morgan Library & Museum and the Bibiliothèque nationale de France with the cooperation of Paris Musées.

The Book of Ruth: Medieval to Modern February 14 through June 14, 2020

The exhibition is made possible by generous support from the Pierre and Tana Matisse Foundation, an anonymous donor, the Alex Gordon Fund for Exhibitions, and Aso O. Tavitian, with assistance from Robert Dance and Hubert and Mireille Goldschmidt.

Jean-Jacques Lequeu (1757–1826), The Great Yawner, n.d. Pen and black ink, brown wash, and red chalk. Bibliothèque nationale de France, Departement des Estampes et de la photographie.

Alfred Jarry: The Carnival of Being January 24 through May 10, 2020

The Drawings of Al Taylor February 21 through May 24, 2020 225 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10016 www.themorgan.org


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Insurance, Donation & Estate Appraisals The Appraisers Association of America has a membership of 900 appraisers across the country specializing in 93 different areas. Our members hold the highest level of expertise, and have unparalleled experience valuing art. All of our members prepare appraisals according the Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice, surpassing the qualification required by the IRS. To learn more about finding the right appraiser to value your art, contact us at (212) 889-5404, ext. 14 or visit www.appraisersassociation.org.

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Northeast Acquisitions LLC We salute The Winter Show and commend the achievements of East Side House Settlement 192

Northeast Acquisitions LLC 745 Fifth Avenue Suite 536 New York, NY 10151 northeastacquisitionsllc.com


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A painted and stenciled “Adam Names the Animals in the Garden of Eden” toleware tray, 19th century, 22 ¼ in. x 30 ¼ in.

Philadelphia PA

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EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT Providing Education, Innovation and Results . . . For the Whole Family

EMPOWER

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East Side House Settlement is a community-based nonprofit organization providing education and social services throughout the Bronx and northern Manhattan. We believe that education is the key that enables all people to create economic and civic opportunities for themselves, their families, and their community. We enrich, supplement and enhance the New York City Education system, and place post-secondary options within reach of students. We provide workforce development and career readiness training infused with technology to enable community participants to improve their economic status and lead more fulfilling lives.


East Side House Settlement Board of Managers Chairman Thomas H. Remien President Thaddeus Gray

East Side House Settlement Programs

Vice Presidents Courtney Booth Christensen Wendy Holmes Dolores O’Brien Miller Treasurer Richard E. Kolman Secretary Stephanie B. Clark

EAST SIDE HOUSE PROGRAMS

PARTNER SCHOOLS

Community Initiative

Elementary Schools

Read NYC

PS 30 Wilton PS 179

Lorri J. Ahl Lucinda Ballard Debra Del Vecchio Marvena Edmond William S. Elder Fay Gambee Mrs. Thomas Shircliff Glover Barclay G. Jones III Maureen Kerr Stephen J. Ketchum George G. King Christopher LaSusa Michael R. Lynch Robert L. Meyer The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr. Robert Pondiscio Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Mrs. Charles F. Smithers Adassa Williams Philip L. Yang Jr. Honorary Members Robert F.R. Ballard* Mrs. Roland W. Donnem Ms. Christine Janis Executive Director Daniel Diaz Associate Executive Directors Khris Harrison Natalie Lozada Director of Development Laura Daley *Past President

Early Childhood Services

PS 212

Pre-Kindergarten Program

Urban Scholars Community School

Head Start/Early Head Start Family Literacy

Middle Schools Accion Academy

Youth and Young Adult Services

Mott Hall Community School

Attendance Improvement/ Dropout Prevention

MS 337 The School for Inquiry and Social Justice

After-school and Evening Educational Program

PS/MS 18 Park Terrace

Certification Training

High Schools

High School Equivalency Education

A. Philip Randolph Camps High School

Parent Engagement Services

Alfred E. Smith Young Adult Borough Center

Post-secondary Planning & Readiness

Arturo A. Schomburg Satellite Academy Bronx

Summer Day Camp

Bronx Regional High School

Adult Services

George Washington Educational Campus Young Adult Borough Center

Adult Literacy Education

Health Opportunities High School

Social Services Program

Herbert H. Lehman High School

Senior Citizens Program Financial Literacy Program

Herbert H. Lehman High School Young Adult Borough Center

Workforce Development

High School for Excellence and Innovation Mott Haven Community High School

Community Technology Services

Mott Haven Educational Campus

Computer Classes Certification in Microsoft Office Community Advocacy

Colleges CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community Center CUNY Bronx Community College CUNY Hostos Community College CUNY Lehman College

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

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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 direct contributions, bequests, and scholarships. 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, which has benefited East Side House for more than one hundred and twenty-five years. For information, please contact Laura Daley, Director of Development at East Side House Settlement at: telephone 718-665-5250; fax 718 585-1433; or e-mail: ldaley@eastsidehouse.org. Philanthropist ($250,000 and over) ANONYMOUS

ROBERT ALTMAN

ESTATE OF LOUIS W. BOWEN

ESTATE OF JOYCE GOLDEN ESTATE OF WILLIAM & ANN ZELL Patron ($100,000 to $249,999) W. GRAHAM ARADER III

MR. & MRS. MARVIN H. DAVIDSON

ESTATE OF C. WARREN FORCE ESTATE OF BERENICE B. HETKIN ESTATE OF JULIE KAMMERER RANDALL McCALLUM MRS. EDMOND J. SAFRA MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS JEAN L. & ROBERT A. STERN ENDOWMENT

PHILIP L. YANG JR.

Sponsor ($50,000 to $99,999)

Elizabeth Valk Long

Christine Janis

Michael Bank

Michael Lynch & Susan Baker

Barclay G. Jones III

Mr. & Mrs. Carl S. Forsythe III

Jack C. McAlinden

Paul Tudor Jones

Michael Gleissner

Ellen & Robert Meyer

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Elliot Kingdon

Richard B. Hollaman

Estate of Cleo Lawson Mitchell

Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Kolman

Ms. Ezra Kaplan

John H. Reilly Jr.

Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Kravis

Stephen J. Ketchum

Candida Romanelli

Valerie Anne Kreiger

Arie L. Kopelman

Estate of Joseph D. Ryle

Leonard & Judy Lauder

James F. McCollom Jr.

Stephen R. Seiter

Anuj Malhotra

The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr.

Jeffrey M. Siegal

Stephen J. McCarthy

George D. O’Neill

Elizabeth Donnem Sigety

Dolores O’Brien Miller

Thomas Remien & Mary Anne Hunting

Peter & Lenore Standish

Morgan Stanley

Rodney Strickland

Peter Muller

Francesco Scattone

Joan P. Young

Mr. & Mrs. James N. Noonan

Supporter ($25,000 to $49,999)

Friend ($10,000 to $24,999)

Sally Phipps

Dr. Darrick E. Antell

Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Ames

Emily Israel Pluhar

Mr. & Mrs. Robert F.R. Ballard

Jonathan Brandt

Mr. Frank Brunckhorst

Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Breck

Alexander & Suzanne Rhea Foundation

William Callanan

Mario Buatta

Mark Schienberg

Christopher J. Carrera

Margaret M. Clucas

Debora H. Schnappauf

Caxton Associates LP

Marina Rust Connor

Andrew P. Siff

Kevin Cottrell

Robert A. Constable

Harvey Silverman

Peter D’Angelo

Sarah Lund Donnem

Ruth Hall Smithers

David L. Duffy & Marcelline Thomson

John G. Duffy

Nancy F. Solomon

Lindsay Gruber Dunham

William W. Stahl Jr.

Fay Gambee

Pamela Fiori

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Wachenheim

Thaddeus Gray

Jean Fleischhacker

Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association

Karen Kemp Glover

Susan S. & Kenneth L. Wallach Foundation

Frances Goodwin

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kingman Weld

Susan Gordon

Glenn E. Whitmore

Mimi & Peter Haas Fund

William Zeckendorf

Liz & Jeff Peek

Sven Hsia Chandra Jessee David Long

Ms. Teresa F. Heinz Wendy Holmes & Kevin McAlister

Michael Goedhuis

Richard Green


FOUNDATIONS, TRUSTS, AND CORPORATIONS

$100,000 or more

$10,000 or more

The Clark Foundation

Rose M. Badgeley Residuary

Robin Hood Foundation The Tiger Foundation

Charitable Trust BTIG LLC CAM Capital

$50,000 or more

Capital One

Altman Foundation

Con Edison

Bank of America Foundation

Epstein-Teicher Philanthropies

Blanchette Hooker Rockefeller

Fox Rothschild LLP

Fund

The Hyde and Watson Foundation

Hagedorn Fund

Harris Mathews Charitable Foundation Inc.

LBV The New York Community Trust

Henry and Lucy Moses Fund

Willowbridge Associates Inc.

H.W. Wilson Foundation INTL FCStone Financial Inc.

$25,000 or more

Reavis Page Jump LLP

The Frances L. & Edwin L.

TD Securities

Cummings Memorial Fund KCL Capital L.P.

WABC Weeden & Co., L.P.

George Link Jr. Foundation National Center for Families Learning

$5,000 or more Theodore H. Barth Foundation

The Teagle Foundation

Colgate-Palmolive Goldman Sachs J&AR Foundation Liquidity Energy LLC MUFG Foundation The New Yankees Stadium Community Benefits Fund, Inc. New York City Football Club Tanaka Memorial Foundation TJX Foundation

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INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP GIFTS

East Side House thanks our very generous donors who provide us with valuable support essential to fulfill our mission. Over the past year, these fully tax-deductible gifts have had a direct and measurable impact on the children and families East Side House serves.

President’s Circle ($5,000 or more)

Supporters ($1,000-$2,499)

Mary & James G. Wallach Foundation

Anonymous

Gina Addeo, ADCO Electrical Corporation

Felecia & Jeffrey Weiss

AIG Nauman Barakat

Kells Barnett

Dayton T. Carr

Ms. Renee Boyd

Chris J. Carrera & Emily Chen

Mr. Kevin B. Brandmeyer

Donors ($500-$999)

Russell L. Carson

Mr. Kenneth Brown

Linda Abrams

Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. Davidson

BTIG, LLC

Garth Applet

Debra & Claudio Del Vecchio

Mr. Philippe Burke

Lucinda & Robert Ballard

Mr. William S. Elder

C.S. Craig Family Foundation

Kim & David Blank

Fitch Ratings

Charles S. Crow III

Adelle & Elliott Bottom

Thaddeus Gray

Sarah Lund Donnem

Ms. Anne Tracy Bricker

Wendy Holmes & Kevin McAlister

Ms. Amy Durbin

Noreen & Ken Buckfire

Jean & Barclay G. Jones III

Andrea H. Fahnestock & George A. Hambrecht

Stephen Chang

Michael Gan

Mr. & Mrs. Frederick S. Clark

Barbara & Peter Georgescu

Kyle & Ruthann Cloman

Goldman, Sachs & Company

Jeannette S. Cloyd

Lily Safra

Mr. Albert Heard

Kevin Cottrell

Francesco Scattone

Nathan Horst

Chris Damilatis

Eric C. Wenberg

Frank Jachetta

Bari & Troy David

Calvin Wingfield

The Kavan Family

Ms. Lizzie Decarlo

Coco & Eric Wittenberg

Mr. Joseph Lodi

Driscoll Foods

Mr. & Mrs. William L. Zeckendorf

Russell Matthews

Mr. Jeffrey R. Fittipaldi

Richard Ziegelasch

Ms. Sandra S. Pershing

Mr. Joseph Gilzene

Michael Rettagliata

David Greenberg

Sustainers ($2,500-$4,999)

Mr. & Mrs. Allen Roberts

Hospitality Committee for United Nations Delegations, Inc.

Ms. Lorri Ahl & Mr. Michael Edsall

Mr. & Mrs. Alessandro Saracino-Fendi

Nancy Hu

Jill & Jay Bernstein Diego

Mr. Paul Schulman

Ms. Christine Janis

Fay Gambee

Richard & Carol Seltzer

Chris LaSusa

Ms. Teresa F. Heinz

Mr. Stephen Selver

Mr. & Mrs. Thomas Mahoney

JP Morgan Private Bank

The Selz Foundation

Matthew Mallgrave

Hal Polley

Samuel W. Seymour, Esq.

Christine Marocco & Kara Yerdon

Elizabeth D. Sigety

Shore Point Distributing Company, Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. James M. Noonan

Ellen & Robert Meyer Monticello Motor Club Thomas Remien & Mary Anne Hunting

Janet C. Ross

Trooper Foods Inc.

Mr. & Mrs. Andrew C. Smith

UBS

Joan & Michael Steinberg Tito’s Handmade Vodka

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Goce Zojcheski

Peter Chieco

John Hunting

Emeka Okafor Maria Luisa Palmese The Radkes


Jonathan Boos

Judy Ross

Steven Harvis

Mr. & Mrs. Thorne L. Perkin

Scott Sambur

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy D. Haskin

Ms. Alice Peterson

Stephen M. Strachan

Mr. & Mrs. Todd Henderson

Sam Petrucci

Linda Sylling

Brent Herrig

Jason Pinkernell

Gianluca Tanzi

Ms. Lindsay Higgins

Ms. Isabel Rattazzi

Andrew Weurtele

Jacqueline Tracey Huff

Merritt Riley

Mr. George Zinycz

Mr. & Mrs. Ernest E. Hunt

Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Rittereiser

Ms. Irma Huurre

Lee Roeder

Associates ($100-$499)

Ms. Eula C. Johnson

Ms. Brigitte Roepke

Mrs. Leslie Gordon Johnson

Daniel Salvatore

Anonymous

Dominic Jones

Ms. Celeste M. Santangelo

Alfred M. Abate

Kaitlyn Jones

Ms. Georgina B. Schaeffer

Mr. & Mrs. Christopher D. Allen

Mr. Robert Kaplan

Eric Schmid

Chris Anderson

Ms. Katherine Karet

Ms. Debora H. Schnappauf

Garth Appelt

David & Sara Kelso

Cheryl Schneider

Ray Ariola

Charlynne Kovach

Peter Schwartz

Mark Axelowitz

Michael LaSusa

Mr. & Mrs. David Sherrill

Mr. & Mrs. Vahan Ayvazian

Patrice LaSusa

Laurence T. Sorkin, Esq.

Jerome Ballan

Michael Lee

Lois & Arthur Stainman

Mr. & Mrs. Barry Bausano

Stephen LeMenager

Ms. Laura Stanley

Ms. Jill Bossert

Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Deane Leonard

Phil Storace

Steven Bottini

Mr. & Mrs. John Leonard

The Sunlight Foundation

Roberto Buaron

Mr. Howard B. Levi

Ms. Catherine G. Sweeney

Claire Burns

Vivian Lewis

Dario Timotic

Nancy Carr

Marian Lindberg

Spence Tobias

Mr. & Mrs. Kevin Coleman

Holly Liss

Mr. &. Mrs. Danny C. Wharton

Mr. Chris Connors

Joe Lodi

Ms. Caroline Williamson

Mr. & Mrs. David Cundey

Emily & Christian Lown

Wonderful Giving

Mr. & Mrs. Terrence Daley

Nicholas Martini

Zhongwei Zhu

Adam Davis

Mr. & Mrs. Michael Holt Massey

Jennifer Durbin

Jasmine Maurice

Ms. Lisa Durbin

Jason McCoy

Christine Elia

Clare McKeon

Mr. Scott Fain, Esq.

Patrick McLaughlin

Patricia Fagin

Rebecca Shaeff Miller

Mr. & Mr. Robert H.M. Ferguson

Thomas Moore

Mr. & Mrs. Xavier Flouret

Ms. Elizabeth P. Munson

Mr. Edwin L. Froehlich

Charles Murphy

Robin Gabriel

Mr. & Mrs. Pericles Navab

Robert R. & Elizabeth Gambee

Richard Nightingale

Mr. & Mrs. Patrick Gately

Mr. & Mrs. Gordon Ogden

Mr. & Mrs. John Gellert

Susan Palm

Racquel Hall

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TO HAVE AN IMPACT— EAST SIDE HOUSE STARTS EARLY East Side House’s students just got a little younger. This year, in response to community need, East Side House will begin serving children as young as 18 months old in our federally funded Head Start/Early Head Start programs. It is never too young to begin developing the minds of our littlest learners and fostering their appetite for education! East Side House is proud to announce that we received direct funding from the federal government to provide high-quality education for our youngest learners. East Side House was selected for this $3.5-million grant based on its successful track record of providing effective and innovative strategies for lifelong learning.

Family Engagement

Extended Day Learning

Since parents are the first and most important teachers, at East Side House we focus on engaging and supporting them from day one. We provide learning opportunities that help parents to better themselves and to improve their economic standing. We also invite parents to become deeply involved in their children’s education by observing classroom activities, attending workshops about how to encourage learning both at home and on the go, as well as participating in our Family Literacy and Math nights. “By the time children graduate from our early education program,” explained Dawn Heyward, Deputy Director of Early Childhood Education, “the families also graduate with new skills, resources, and training that moves them towards selfsufficiency.” Our commitment to family engagement has been so successful that we were selected as the model for family services by the National Head Start Association.

In response to the data showing that children from low-income families typically enter pre-school already behind their more affluent counterparts, East Side House created the STEAMMM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, Mathematics, Music, Movement) Academy. Every day after school, students engage in an additional three hours of enriching activities to improve their academic and social skills. Activities include creating gardens, playing computer-based arithmetic games, reading with neighborhood seniors, engaging in literacy activities, and participating in outdoor games. Not only does the extended day enhance their development, but it provides a safe place for children while parents are at work.

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96% of East Side House students exceed New York State’s Language Acquisition Standards

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East Side House is committed to providing our students with learning experiences that push their boundaries and prepare them for life in the real world.

A Weekend in Nantucket

After a successful year as the 2019 Loan Exhibitor at The Winter Show, the Nantucket Historical Association was eager to further their support of East Side House. They rolled out the red carpet for some of our young people and hosted them for a weekend over the summer. The group had the opportunity to tour the Nantucket Whaling Museum, giving them insight into the local culture, as well as explore the impact of the women’s suffrage and civil rights movements on the town’s history. We are so grateful to the Nantucket Historical Association for setting up this trip and showing our curious young adults around the town.

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Shining Star Paola Rosa

“Be patient, we are not meant to run in anyone else’s race other than our own.”

Twenty-year-old Paola Rosa offered this advice to peers at the graduation ceremony at Bronx Haven High School. Having herself attended three high schools before finding support from East Side House, Rosa learned this lesson firsthand. At her first two schools, Rosa was suspended after falling into a routine of skipping classes and causing trouble with peers. She felt that she was failing herself and, what was worse, she explained, she felt that she was failing her mother, her greatest advocate. After what seemed like a dead end, Rosa took a deep breath and decided she must make a change. She threw herself into the pursuit of earning a high school diploma. The path was not easy. After identifying a school she thought could help her, it was announced that the school was closing.

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Rosa remembers how deflated and discouraged she felt that day. Nonetheless, she presented her transcript to school after school—only to be told she would never be able to graduate on time. At Bronx Haven High School, however, an East Side House student advisor told her that if she was willing to put in the work, they could help her meet her goal. In Bronx Haven High School, Rosa found a perfect match: The staff were supportive and the students were just like her. She was excited at the prospect of finally reaching her goal and, even more, of learning about Post-Secondary Pathways, a program where students can earn certifications in health care in conjunction with their high school degrees. Previously, Rosa had been told she was setting her sights too high by considering a career in healthcare; this time she was being prodded to challenge herself. What a difference!


Paola Rosa East Side House School: Bronx Haven High School Current Status: 2019 High School Graduate

Despite her desire to graduate and her involvement with PSP, she still struggled when she got to Bronx Haven High School. The story does not end there, however. Rosa hit a snag when a personal situation led to her missing nearly two weeks of school. The East Side House staff reached out and gave her the reality check she needed. “They’re on top of you to make sure you get to school,” she mused. Though she fell behind in one of her requisite classes, her advisor remembers her staying at school even later than him to get caught up. “She did not stop; she just kept going until she got to her destination,” he observed.

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This past January, Paola graduated not only with her high school diploma but also a Phlebotomy Certification through ESH’s partnership with CUNY Lehman College and a Microsoft Office Specialist Certification. Having obtained this training and knowledge, Paola is well prepared for her next steps in a promising health care career. Looking forward, she is committed to building her knowledge and her credentials at CUNY’s Hostos Community College. She hopes also to buy a house she can share with her mother. East Side House gave her the chance to prove herself. Reflecting on her experience, Rosa said, “Sometimes, things aren’t easy for kids like us, and there are some opportunities we just don’t get. But East Side House gave me options, and I would not be where I am right now if it were not for that support.”


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Schwarz Gallery ..................................... 167 S.J. Shrubsole ....................................... 168 Elle Shushan .......................................... 169 Robert Simon Fine Art ............................ 170 Spencer Marks ........................................ 171 Tambaran ...............................................172 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz .................... 173 Thistlethwaite Americana ...................... 174 Erik Thomsen ........................................ 175 Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc. ................... 176 Wick Antiques Ltd...................................177 Robert Young Antiques .......................... 178 Pavel Zoubok Fine Art ........................... 179

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ANTIQUES & FINE ART DEALERS Daphne Alazraki Fine Art ........................ 188 Appraisers Association of America ......... 190 Incollect......................................... 234, 235 Nelson & Nelson Antiques ....................... 211 New York Design Center ......................... 182 Peter Pap ........................................ 180, 181 Smith & Watson Fine Furniture ................ 191 Stair ....................................................... 85 Eli Wilner .......................... Inside back cover LIGHTING & REPRODUCTIONS Chadsworth Columns .................................2 Charles Edwards Antiques............... 187, 189 The Nanz Company .................................55 INTERIOR DESIGNERS & ARCHITECTS Cullman & Kravis...................................... 41 Decoration & Design Building (DDB)....... 210 Drake/Anderson .................................... 183 Ferguson & Shamamian ...........................53 foley&cox with Shope Reno Wharton ....... 68 Amelia T. Handegan, Inc.......................... 34 Ralph Harvard..........................................67 Stewart Manger Design ........................... 84 Mayfair Construction ............................... 45 Brian J. McCarthy ....................................35 Moran Hook Architecture ........................ 54 John B. Murray Architect ..........................37 Ariel Okin Interiors ................................. 192 Peter Pennoyer Architects ....................... 19 Thomas Pheasant ................................... 66 G.P. Schafer Architect .............................. 10 Selldorf Architects .................................. 36 SMI Construction .....................................52 INSURANCE, LEGAL & FINANCIAL Chubb ................................... 12, Back cover DeWitt Stern Insurance & Risk Advisory ... 196 First Republic .......................................... 14 Goldman Sachs....................................... 30 Northeast Acquisitions........................... 192 Sound Point Capital Management L.P. .... 184 REAL ESTATE Sotheby’s International Realty ...................3

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MUSEUMS Drayton Hall.............................................73 Florence Griswold Museum ..................... 70 The Morgan Library & Museum .............. 186 Olana Partnership .................................. 194 Preservation Society of Newport County ...............................69, 71 Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library ... 218 PUBLICATIONS/MEDIA Apollo Magazine ....................................225 Asian Art Newspaper...............................212 Curious Objects ...................................... 65 Galerie .................................................. 220 Hearst Corporation ................................. 50 Luxe Interiors + Design .......................... 197 The Magazine Antiques..........................238 New York magazine................................. 39 NYC&G ..................................................224 SHOWS & AUCTIONS 2020 Gala Preview of the New York International Auto Show ........................ 29 2020 New York International Auto Show ...........................................232 The Art & Antiques Fair Olympia..............226 Art Palm Beach .......................................222 Christie’s ......................................... 214, 216 Doyle Auction House ............................... 221 Freeman’s .............................................. 193 Garth’s Auctions .....................................227 Hindman Auctions .................................. 195 Master Drawings New York ...................... 215 The Newport Show .................................229 Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antiques Show ............................ 231 Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show ........ 219 Potomack Company ................................ 213 San Francisco Fall & Antiques Show ........ 217 Sotheby’s .......................................... 48, 49 Swann Galleries ........................................ 51 Zona Maco Salón del Anticuario...............223 SPECIAL SERVICES Aiston Fine Art Services .........................236 Benjamin Moore ........................................ 21 Canard, Inc. ..............................................72 Miriam Ellner .......................................... 188 J & P Upholstery ..................................... 185 Park Avenue Armory ...............................233 Phoenix Lithographing Corporation ........ 230 Social Register Association .....................228 Travel with the Met ....................................27


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