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A Benefit for East Side House

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5,000 Years of Art, Antiques & Design

Talking Antiques by the editors of THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES


THE WINTER SHOW ONLINE A BENEFIT FOR EAST SIDE HOUSE

January 19–31, 2021

VIP Preview January 19–21, 2021 Open to the Public January 22–31, 2021 thewintershow.org

East Side House Settlement Education, Innovation, Results

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The sixty-seventh 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.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

THE WINTER SHOW 2021 CONTENTS

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

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Sponsors & Acknowledgements

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The Winter Show Committee, Opening Night Party Honorees & Patrons: Legacy & Literacy Supporters

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Opening Night Party Patrons: Family Sustainers & Opportunity Champions

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

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Talking Antiques

Compiled by the staff of The Magazine Antiques

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Exhibitor List

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Design Co-Chairs: Frank de Biasi, Wendy Goodman & Thomas Jayne

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Vetting Committee

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Special Thanks

Robert Young Antiques

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THE WINTER SHOW COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS Lucinda C. Ballard  Michael R. Lynch

It is now the sixty-seventh year of The Winter Show— the country’s longest-running art, antiques, and design fair. We continue to set the standard in an increasingly competitive field. The Winter Show is East Side House Settlement’s principal fundraising effort and is the only major fair in New York where all proceeds go directly to a 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! This year, we are pleased to announce our exemplary Design Co-Chairs, Frank de Biasi, Wendy Goodman, and Thomas Jayne. We extend our gratitude for their unwavering efforts to promote and build awareness of The Winter Show and its beneficiary East Side House. Last year saw many 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 maintaining our unyielding focus on quality. This year as we pivot to the digital sphere, we remain committed to our quality programming standards and expertise for the exhibition. We are excited to introduce an eclectic mix of exhibitors from across disciplines and price points, with some of the world’s foremost experts in the fine and decorative arts present. Producing the Winter Show in 2021 presented numerous challenges to everyone; however, through challenges, we seek new opportunities for growth. It is our pleasure

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to announce our collaboration with select pioneers in the design realm, including 1stDibs and NYC&G, and with The Magazine Antiques. On behalf of the board, staff, and clients of East Side House and The Winter Show family, we extend our profound gratitude to Chubb, for their ongoing generosity and loyalty and to our media partners The Magazine Antiques, Apollo, NYC&G, and technology partners, Group M Design, Trasaterra, and Ikonospace. The success of The Winter Show would not be possible without the commitment, talent, and teamwork of The Winter Show Committee members, the Dealers Committee and the Online Dealers Committee. They have worked 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, Helen Allen, Executive Director of The Winter Show, and Veronica Wu, Project Manager of the 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


ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

CHUBB Lead Sponsor

Media Sponsor THE MAGAZINE ANTIQUES

THE WINTER SHOW Co-­Chairs LUCINDA C. BALLARD   MICHAEL R. LYNCH Chairman Emeritus ARIE L. KOPELMAN

Executive Director

Project Manager

HELEN ALLEN

VERONICA WU

East Side House Settlement DANIEL DIAZ  Executive Director LAURA DALEY  Director of Development Dealers Committee ANDREW CHAIT Chair

Vetting Committee Co-Chairs JOAN BOENING   ALICE LEVI DUNCAN   ROBERT YOUNG Vetting Coordinators MARCO TORACCA   SARA SIMS WILBANKS Online Fair Advisory ROBERT ARONSON  RED FINER  TED HOLLAND   MATTHEW IMBERMAN  ROBERT SCHWARTZ

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JOAN BOENING  LORI COHEN  BENOIST DRUT  DIDIER HASPESLAGH   ARTHUR LIVERANT  JAMES MCCONNAUGHY


THE WINTER SHOW 2021 COMMITTEE Vice Chairs JEFFREY CALDWELL  MAUREEN KERR  WENDY HOLMES   HELEN FRECH KIPPAX Committee LORRI AHL  ELIZABETH BAILEY  GENEVIEVE WHEELER BROWN  JEFFREY CALDWELL   STEPHANIE B. CLARK    DEBRA DEL VECCHIO  MICHAEL DIAZ-GRIFFITH   KAREN KEMP GLOVER   THADDEUS GRAY   JONI GROSSMAN  MAUREEN KERR GEORGE G. KING  LUCINDA MAY  LINDSEY S. PRYOR   THOMAS REMIEN   PHILIP L. YANG JR.

OPENING NIGHT PARTY Design Co-Chairs FRANK DE BIASI  WENDY GOODMAN  THOMAS JAYNE LEGACY SUPPORTER

LITERACY SUPPORTER

STEVEN BENNETT & DR. ELAINE SCHMIDT

MS. LORRI AHL & MR. MICHAEL EDSALL

MR. & MRS. RICHARD L. CHILTON, JR.

MAUREEN FENNESSY BOUSA

ROBIN SINGLETON CLOYD

MR. & MRS. JOHN CURTIS

DEBRA & CLAUDIO DEL VECCHIO

JENNIE & RICHARD DESCHERER

MR. R. BRADFORD EVANS

CHARLES P. DURKIN, JR.

ED & PENNY GLASSMEYER

GWEN & AUSTIN FRAGOMEN

MR. BARCLAY G. JONES

THE CLEVE GRAY FOUNDATION

LEONARD & JUDY LAUDER

THADDEUS GRAY

MICHAEL LYNCH & SUSAN BAKER

ANDREA H. FAHNESTOCK & GEORGE A. HAMBRECHT

LUCINDA C. BALLARD

THOMAS REMIEN & MARY ANNE HUNTING

JOHN E. KIPPAX & HELEN F. KIPPAX

S.J. SHRUBSOLE CORPORATION

JULIUS LOWY FRAME & RESTORING

LOIS & ARTHUR STAINMAN

STEVE KLINSKY & MAUREEN SHERRY

TAKESHI & MAKIKO UESHIMA

RICHARD & DEBORAH KOLMAN COCO & ARIE KOPELMAN ELLEN & ROBERT MEYER ELIZABETH & RICHARD MILLER RICHARD & SHEILA RIGGS KAREN THORNWELL MAY

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FAMILY SUSTAINER

OPPORTUNITY CHAMPION

Bob & Becky Alexander Charlotte Barnes

Alice Allen

Richard B. Barthelmes

Patrick Bell

Charles Butt Cullman & Kravis Associates

Stephen E. Casey & Helen H. Casey

Fay Gambee

Cheryl Chan

Anne Goldrach

Christopher Clow

Karli Hagedorn

Eric Cohler

Raymond & Susan Held

Lizzie Decarlo Dorothy

Joseph & Lesley Hoopes

Pamela Dutton

Mrs. Sven E. Hsia

Lee White Galvis

Frank Ingrassia

Michelle Gokey

Alice Jump

Sara & Robert Hallam

Justena & Hayes Kavanagh

Julie Helfrich

Kevin Kennedy John S. Knott

William Holm

Jerry Lauren

Maureen Kerr

Raymond Learsy

Peter Lerner

Peter E. Ligeti & Ms. Kathryn J. Stokel

Ali Mahon Carol McNeel

Linda & Ben McGrath

Paula Morgan

Linda London

Daniel O’Day

Joan B. Mirviss Ltd.

Carrie Oswald

David & Dolores O’Brien Miller

Susan Palm

Sandra S. Pershing

Daniel & Joanna Rose

Lacary Sharpe Sheila & George Stephenson

Lillian & Jonathan Roth

Mr. & Mrs. Edward Symes, III

Margaret Schwartz

Barbara Tober

Stephen Strachan

Lara Trafelet Danielle & Tom Walker

(list incomplete 1.18.21)

Anthony Watson Leslie Miller & Richard Worley Joan Wyatt Hirschl Adler

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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 67th Winter Show—the first ONLINE edition of this venerable show. We extend our deep appreciation to our partners and exhibitors for their ongoing support and enthusiasm and to you, our visitors. While we are disappointed not to be able to greet you in person this year, we are excited to extend our reach beyond the walls of the Park Avenue Armory. We look forward to using this platform to further build visibility for The Winter Show—the only art, antiques, and design fair from which all net proceeds go towards philanthropy—and for the Show’s owner and beneficiary, East Side House. Throughout its 130-year history, East Side House has provided its constituents with the critical tools needed to break out of cycles of poverty and help them establish economic and social opportunities for themselves and their families. With empathy and teamwork as foundational values, East Side House has been committed to its community, serving more than 10,000 residents of every age from the Bronx and northern Manhattan each year. As president of the Board of Managers, I am most proud of how quickly and decisively East Side House has been able to pivot and grow its reach in response to the COVID-19 crisis. Over the past 10 months, East Side House has created the Harvest to Haven program to purchase surplus crops from farmers and distribute them to families in need. To date, over 960,000 pounds of food has been packaged and distributed to constituents in dire need, feeding over 185,000 people in communities served by East Side House. In addition, at-home learning kits and over 700 internet-

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connected tablets have been distributed to students and families in an effort to keep students learning remotely and mitigate the “digital divide.” Just as critically, East Side House continues to conduct friendly remote check-ins with students and families and senior citizens to fight against feelings of isolation, and to assess needs as they develop. Thanks to your generous and loyal support, East Side House has achieved an amazing track record: 96% of early childhood East Side House students exceed New York State learning standards; 95% of high school graduates go on to college or other post-secondary institutions; and 300 East Side House “graduates” 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, Project Manager, Veronica Wu, 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 critical support year after year. Yours sincerely,

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


TALKING ANTIQUES

Talking Antiques at the Winter Show Compiled by the editors of The Magazine Antiques

As exhibitors prepare for The Winter Show’s first ever virtual event, we asked them to reflect on their past years at the fair or highlight one exceptional object available this January and describe it as they might to an interested collector. Here are their stories and the works of art they chose to share.

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NATHAN LIVERANT AND SON, LLC Yarn Sewn Rug, 1820-1850

This finely worked folk art yarn-sewn rug features an exuberant floral design bursting with color, pattern, texture, and hidden meaning. The language of flowers, or floriography, was used by countless cultures, including the ancient Egyptians, Hindus, Greeks, Romans, and more. The conceptual meaning of flowers was popularized in America by the writings of the FrenchAmerican naturalist Constantine Samuel Rafinesque, whose popular weekly column, “The School of Flora,” was published in the Saturday Evening Post from 1827 to 1828. The design of this yarn sewn rug features three large flowers, possibly carnations or tea roses. A red carnation carried the meaning of admiration and a red rose remains the symbol of love to this day. The boldly formed central flowers are surrounded by branches containing rosebuds, violets, tulips, pansies and others. It is a unique message meant to express affection, joy, and hope. The materials and construction of the rug support an origin in New England and a date between 1820 and 1850. The technique of yarn-sewn rugs comes out of the bed rug tradition that was popular in eastern Connecticut and the Upper Connecticut River Valley beginning in the mid-eighteenth century. Long strands of colorful yarn were pulled through a woven ground, resulting in a richly textured surface.

— Kevin Tulimieri

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TALKING ANTIQUES

BARBARA ISRAEL GARDEN ANTIQUES David Pullen Georgian Sundial

This nineteenth-century carved stone sundial, purchased at an estate auction in Tipperary, Ireland, in October 2019, is an example of the lengths we’ll go to procure pieces we love. At the time of pickup, we learned it was cemented into the ground. “You’ll need a mason,” said the auction house, casually. Quite miraculously, we found mason Philip Quinn, who, upon inspection, determined the job would cost a handsome sum. After much haggling, the auction house decided to do the noble thing and pay for removal. Sadly, that victory launched a battle with the new owner of the house, who objected to any digging on his lawn. It was February before it was out of the ground and safely stored at Mr. Quinn’s. But then, all shipping came to a halt due to COVID-19. Happily, it is now scheduled to arrive in New York in January 2021, just in time for The Winter Show.

— Eva Schwartz

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Sapphire Memories

SPENCER MARKS, LTD. Henry Petzal Modern Sterling Silver Covered Jar, c. 1971

At the age of fifty-seven, Henry Petzal retired in 1963 to pursue his second career—silversmithing. He studied at the Craft Students League in New York City and developed a hand-wrought style in sterling that was all his own. Working in Shrewsbury, New Jersey, and, after 1972, in Lenox, Massachusetts, he limited each of his designs to eight examples. Bold repoussé chasing inspired by undersea life and the malachite handle make this covered bowl one of his most successful designs. A similar example of the design is in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. This one was a gift to Petzal’s son and descended in the family.

— Spencer Gordon

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TALKING ANTIQUES

S. J. SHRUBSOLE Tiffany & Co. Tiffany & Co. Silver and Enamel Coffee Pot, 1893

This coffee pot is one of eight “after-dinner coffee pots” shown by Tiffany and Company at the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago in 1893. All feature extraordinary enamel work and unusual hard-stone mounts—lapis, labradorite, thulite, or, as on this example, jade. Unlike some of the others, here the enamel decoration survives in perfect condition, standing out beautifully from the oxidized surface of the metal.

—Tim Martin

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HIRSCHL & ADLER GALLERIES, INC. Porcelain Testuarta and Coffee Service; English Regency Tole Tray Hirschl & Adler Galleries Winter Antiques Show booth installation, 2013 For many years, Hirschl & Adler Galleries showed only American paintings at the Winter Antiques Show. We typically sat around with only occasional activity, while those around us were selling furniture, silver, glass, and a wide variety of other decorative arts. Thus, we were inspired to try our hand, and in 1987 we displayed three fine pieces of Victorian Renaissance revival furniture, an amazing Old Paris porcelain testuarta and coffee service, and a nearly matching English Regency tole tray. Within the first twenty minutes, the three pieces of furniture were sold to one buyer, and ten minutes later the porcelain set and the tray went to another.

Hirschl & Adler Galleries Winter Antiques Show booth installation, 2013

And so was born an interest in decorative arts at Hirschl & Adler. Our presentations across mediums have now become a staple at The Winter Show.

— Stuart P. Feld

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TALKING ANTIQUES

THISTLETHWAITE AMERICANA High Chest from Massachusetts Circa 1760

After the 2020 Winter Show concluded, my hunt began to find great treasures for 2021. I was very fortunate to rediscover this wonderful Ipswich, Massachusetts, high chest. I fell in love with the rich finish, large original brasses, and exceptionally elegant stance. While conducting my research, I found that the high chest had been published in the first volume of American Antiques From Israel Sack Collection in 1969. The Winter Show is always the event to pull out all of the stops, and this piece—after more than fifty years—will be on display in this year’s online event.

— Taylor Thistlethwaite

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Sapphire Memories

KELLY KINZLE ANTIQUES Engraved Map Powder Horn South Carolina, ca. 1761

We often have objects of exceptional quality and importance that we hold exclusively for The Winter Show. Every once in a while the sale of these objects delivers them to exactly where they should be. In 2019 we offered a rare and historically important engraved map powder horn, the best known of a group produced for British soldiers stationed in Charleston, South Carolina, during the French and Indian War. The circa 1761 horn records the pertinent places of the British and Cherokee encounters and features a striking view of the city of Charleston. After seeing our ad in The Magazine Antiques, a very generous donor arrived at our booth within minutes of the show’s opening, accompanied by the curator of Historic Charleston. Rarely has a sale been more satisfactory: this extraordinary object is now available for all to enjoy in Charleston. — Kelly Kinzle

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TALKING ANTIQUES

BERNARD & S. DEAN LEVY, INC. Queen Anne Desk and Bookcase Circa 1745

Descended in the Tate-Welch families of Boston, this desk-and-bookcase is part of a group of pieces made in Boston in the first half of the eighteenth century. They include a cupboard-on-chest at Yale, illustrated in Gerald W. R. Ward’s American Case Furniture in the Mabel Brady Garvan and Other Collections at Yale University; a privately owned secretary pictured in the first volume of American Furniture; the Edmund Jackson secretary once owned by Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Henry Meyer; and at least six other block-front pieces owned privately. The desk-and-bookcase has a special memory attached to it. My grandfather, Bernard Levy, and I went to see it at the home of a descendant of the original owner who lived in North Carolina. After agreeing on price the seller insisted on us sampling his homemade moonshine. As neither of us were drinkers, the alcohol had quite a punch. Fortunately, we had a ride to the airport and a Delta Airlines pilot to fly us home.

— Frank Levy

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Sapphire Memories

LILLIAN NASSAU Tiffany Studios White Wisteria Table Lamp ca. 1902-03

After seventy-five-plus years in business we always enjoy the chance to reconnect with old friends and clients. At The Winter Show in 2018, our first year participating in the fair, we had a particularly special encounter. Just around the corner from our stand, as part of the loan exhibition from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, stood the rare and extraordinary Tiffany Cobweb lamp designed by Clara Driscoll, given to the museum by Sydney and Frances Lewis in 1985. We were thrilled to see this “old friend” again—the Lewises had acquired it from Lillian Nassau in the early 1970s. — Arlie Sulka

JAMES ROBINSON, INC. Snake Bangle Circa 1875 18kt Gold

I have so many memories of The Winter Show, but the one that comes to mind first is about a very large gold bracelet we had many years ago. The piece was Etruscan revival, made by Carlo Giuliano circa 1875. It had large rectangular plaques with stepped sections surrounded by beading. We were excited to present it at the show and it was well received. While showing the bracelet to a client, I accidentally hit it on the edge of the counter and one of the plaques popped open to reveal a hidden locket. We had not been aware of its existence and proceeded to find that all eleven panels opened. The client was so delighted that she could not resist the purchase. This year we present a beautiful Victorian gold and micro-mosaic bangle bracelet made circa 1875. Perhaps it hides a secret! —Joan Munves

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TALKING ANTIQUES

DAVID A. SCHORSCH & EILEEN M. SMILES AMERICAN ANTIQUES Attributed to the Filley Tin Shop Paint-Decorated Tin Crooked-Neck Coffee Pot Probably Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, circa 1825-1850

Originally owned by Elizabeth Hotsettter-Huber (1809–1891) of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, this crooked-neck coffee pot with original painted decoration attributed to the Filley tin shop of Philadelphia, circa 1825–1850, is considered the finest known example of its kind. A personal favorite, we have enthusiastically bought and sold this masterpiece on three separate occasions over the past two decades, its star-studded provenance including some of the most discriminating private collectors of a generation.

— David A. Schorsch


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EXHIBITORS


Daniel Crouch Rare Books

A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE, INC.

LES ENLUMINURES

ADELSON GALLERIES, INC.

BERNARD & S. DEAN LEVY INC.

APTER-FREDERICKS

LOWELL LIBSON & JONNY YARKER LTD

ARADER GALLERIES

NATHAN LIVERANT AND SON, LLC

ARONSON OF AMSTERDAM

LOBEL MODERN

MICHELE BEINY, INC.

LOST CITY ARTS

H. BLAIRMAN & SONS LTD

MACKLOWE GALLERY, LTD.

JONATHAN BOOS

MAISON GERARD

BOWMAN SCULPTURE

MENCONI + SCHOELKOPF

RALPH M. CHAIT GALLERIES, INC.

JOAN B MIRVISS LTD

COHEN & COHEN

LILLIAN NASSAU LLC

THOMAS COLVILLE FINE ART

THE OLD PRINT SHOP, INC.

COVE LANDING

PETER PAP ORIENTAL RUGS, INC.

DANIEL CROUCH RARE BOOKS

RONALD PHILLIPS LTD

DIDIER LTD

PLEKTRON FINE ARTS

DONZELLA

RED FOX FINE ART

PETER FINER

JAMES ROBINSON, INC.

MARTYN GREGORY

DAVID A. SCHORSCH ~ EILEEN M. SMILES

MICHAEL GOEDHUIS

BERNARD GOLDBERG FINE ARTS, LLC

SCHWARZ GALLERY

JAMES GRAHAM-STEWART

S.J. SHRUBSOLE

THOMAS HENEAGE ART BOOKS

ROBERT SIMON FINE ART

HILL-STONE, INC.

SPENCER MARKS

HIRSCHL & ADLER GALLERIES

TAMBARAN

HYDE PARK ANTIQUES, LTD.

CAROLLE THIBAUT-POMERANTZ

JAMES INFANTE

THISTLETHWAITE AMERICANA

BARBARA ISRAEL GARDEN ANTIQUES

THOMSEN GALLERY

KENTSHIRE

THROCKMORTON FINE ART, INC.

KESHISHIAN

ROBERT YOUNG ANTIQUES

AMERICAN ANTIQUES

KELLY KINZLE Exhibitor Listings and Viewing Rooms

KOOPMAN RARE ART

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East Side House Settlement and The Winter Show are delighted to welcome acclaimed interior designers Frank De Biasi and Thomas Jayne, and design editor Wendy Goodman, as this year’s Design Co-Chairs.

Frank De Biasi Inspired by the intrinsic value of design and what it brings to a space, Frank De Biasi’s career began at Christie’s New York in 1987, where he forged a love for contemporary art and the history of design appraising fine art and antiques. He later became Director of Interiors for world-renowned architect Peter Marino – a position he held for twelve years before opening his eponymous firm in 2006. His work has been featured in major domestic and international publications including World of Interiors, House Beautiful, Home & Design, Interiors, New York Spaces, Architectural Digest France, Architectural Digest Italy, Architectural Digest Spain, Elle Décor China, Home Decorating China, Maison Française, Vogue and New York Magazine. Frank’s team of talented designers spans the globe offering his clients an unparalleled network of the world’s finest artisans and craftspeople. Projects include private residences and commercial projects in New York City, Greenwich, Connecticut, Los Angeles, Miami, London, and Morocco.

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Wendy Goodman

Thomas Jayne | Jayne Studio

Wendy Goodman is a leader in the international design community and has been New York magazine’s Design Editor since 2007. Over the course of her career she has defined trends, discovered new talent, and worked with the best designers, architects, and photographers. She regularly hosts talks on design, at venues ranging from the 92nd Street Y to the Museum of the City of New York and has appeared on NBC’s Open House and Good Morning America, among other outlets.

Thomas Jayne and Jayne Design Studio are widely recognized for preservation and furthering of traditional design. Over the past 30 years, Jayne and the Studio have developed a reputation for creating rooms that are traditionally inspired, but modern in spirit, with a strong connection to history and place. Their work draws upon the past for inspiration, seeking details that will deepen and enhance their decoration.

As Design Editor at New York magazine/Vox Media, Goodman produces design stories for the print issues, and also content for weekly design stories on the Curbed website, now part of New York magazine. Goodman previously worked as New York’s interior design editor (1997-2007) and fashion editor (1984-1989). Before rejoining New York magazine in 1997, Goodman was the style editor at Harper’s Bazaar. Prior to her work at Bazaar, Goodman covered the world of style and fashion for House and Garden, tracking fashion designers and artists at home and traveling to the Paris, Milan, and New York shows. She is the co-author, with Hutton Wilkinson, of Tony Duquette (2007) and author of The World of Gloria Vanderbilt (2010), May I Come In?: Discovering the World in Other People’s Houses (2018).

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In addition to his well-regarded international practice, Jayne has written three books published by the Monacelli Press: The Finest Rooms in America (2010), a monograph of his own work, American Decoration (2012), and in January 2018, Classical Principles for Modern Design: Lessons from Edith Wharton and Ogden Codman’s The Decoration of Houses. His work has been published in numerous shelter publications and won multiple awards including an Arthur Ross Award and two Stanford White Awards from the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art and the England-based Georgian Group Architectural Award for Interior Restoration. He was fortunate to work in two of the most influential design studios in America – Parish-Hadley & Associates and Kevin McNamara, Inc.– before founding Jayne Design Studio in 1990.


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VETTING COMMITTEE Co-Chairs JOAN BOENING    ALICE LEVI DUNCAN    ROBERT YOUNG Armin B.Allen

James B. Godfrey

Simon Phillips

Alan Andersen

Ulysses Grant-Dietz

Ann-Marie Richard

Harry Apter

Lynda Greig

Letitia “Tish” Roberts

Eric W.Baumgartner

Leslie Grigsby

Peter L. Schaffer

Dilys Blum

Jay Grimm

Paul Schaffer

Joan Boening

Titi Halle

Larry Shar

Graham Boettcher

Stephen Harrison

Cameron M. Shay

James Brett

Ariel Herrmann

Rand Silver

Giovanni Bucchi

Erica Hirshler

Robert Simon

Jason Busch

Ian Irving

Jonathan Snellenburg

Paul Carella

Robert Israel

William (Bill) Stahl

Steven J. Chait

Mark Jacoby

Alan N. Stone

Sarah D. Coffin

Margot Johnson

James W. Tottis

Michael Cohen

Brian Kathenes

Rupert Wace

Thomas Colville

Susan Kloman

Meredith Ward

Barbara Deisroth

Deborah E. Kraak

Leon Wender

Barbara Deisroth

Simeon Lagodich

Roger Wieck

Rachel Delphia

Martin Levy

Robert Young

Alice Levi Duncan

Martin P. Levy

Linda Eaton

Richard C. Malley

Ken Farmer

Katherine Martin

Jackie Fay

Tim Martin

Stuart P. Feld

Lark Mason

Elizabeth Feld

Mary CheekMills

Daniel Finamore

Joan B. Mirviss

Peter Findlay

John Molloy

Ron Fuchs

Edward Munves

Melissa Gagen

Robert K Newman

Jennifer Garland Ross

Heather O’Donnell

Tara Gleason Chicirda

Lindsy R. Parrott

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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 2021. 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. Please note that this year, as our team of experts are not able to examine works in person, the works of art presented at The Winter Show Online have been reviewed from photographs and description only by our Online Review Committee to the best of their abilities. The works presented are reflective of the integrity and excellence of our exhibitors and The Winter Show. As the works have not been examined in person, The Winter Show and East Side House does not accept liability for any discrepancy between the image of the work presented and the actual work of art. Each dealer guarantees the works they are selling as described. 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. 32


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American Furniture, Folk & Decorative Arts March 9 & 10, 2021 CINCINNATI

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A Note of Thanks from The Winter Show’s Executive Director Thank you for joining us at The Winter Show’s first online edition. This has been a year of unexpected surprises and hurdles. What has impressed me most is our community’s determination and resilience of spirit. The online edition of the fair would not be possible were it not for the dedication and enthusiasm of our East Side House team and board members, our steadfast exhibitors, and our dedicated colleagues and interns. A shout out to all those who have invested their time, energy, and creativity into creating the first edition of The Winter Show Online.

THE WINTER SHOW TEAM VERONICA WU, Project Manager Extraordinaire SARA SIMS WILBANKS, Associate MARCO TORACCA, Vetting Coordinator SIQI CHEN BONNIE HAO ALEJANDRO MADERA-SANDOVAL HANNA PROPST AUDREY THOMPSON THEODORE SOLIMAN LINDSAY TAYLOR KYLE VALDEZ LYNESSA YANG Web Design & Development Team GROUP M DESIGN IKONOSPACE TRASATERRA East Side House Team CHRISTINA BELLO LAURA DALEY We extend a very special thanks to our partners, Dealers Committee, Online Dealers Committee, Vetting Co-Chairs, and Vetting Committee members and program participants— your dedication and expertise has made this Show possible. All the best,

Helen Allen Executive Director The Winter Show

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