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63rd Annual

WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW A BENEFIT FOR EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT

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The sixty-third annual Winter Antiques Show is a sale by distinguished dealers of fine and decorative arts. East Side House Settlement benefits from the net proceeds of the Opening Night Party as well as all general admission receipts from the Show. No part of sales made by the exhibitors is received by the charity.


TABLE OF CONTENTS

63RD ANNUAL

WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Letter from Fran O’Brien Opening Night Party Chair

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Welcome from Lucinda C. Ballard, Arie L. Kopelman, and Michael Lynch Winter Antiques Show Committee Co-Chairs

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Sponsors & Acknowledgements

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Winter Antiques Show Committee, Opening Night Party Honorees, Vice Chairs

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Opening Night Party Committee Benefactors & Collectors

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Loan Exhibition Committee

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Welcome from Thomas H. Remien President, East Side House Settlement Board of Managers

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Honorary Design Co-Chairs Jaime Drake and Caleb Anderson, Celerie Kemble, and Miles Redd

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2016 Opening Night Party Photos

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2016 Young Collectors Night Party Photos

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Young Collectors Night Committee

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Designers Preview Committee

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Letter and Acknowledgements from Catherine Sweeney Singer Executive Director, Winter Antiques Show

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Index of Advertisers

Left: Thomas Coulborn & Sons Ltd. | Right: Philip Colleck, Ltd.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

EXHIBITORS 60

Exhibitors’ Listings

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Exhibitors’ Advertisements

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Vetting Committee

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Floor Plan of Exhibitors

2017 LOAN EXHIBITION 20

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum: Revolution & Evolution by Laura Pass Barry

EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT 169

Board of Managers & Programs

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The Heritage Society

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Foundations, Trusts & Corporations

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Individual & Group Gifts

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East Side House Settlement 125th Anniversary Scholarship Fund Honoring John A. Sanchez


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2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW OPENING NIGHT PARTY CHAIR Fran O’Brien 

On behalf of Chubb Personal Risk Services, I would like to welcome you to the 63rd Annual Winter Antiques Show. Chubb is honored once again to be the presenting sponsor of this prestigious show. As one of the most highly regarded art fairs in America, the Winter Antiques Show provides curators, collectors, dealers, design professionals, and first-time buyers with opportunities to discover, learn about, and purchase exceptional pieces showcased by some of the world’s finest dealers. We are thrilled to play a lead role supporting this premier event. We also are pleased that our sponsorship helps support East Side House Settlement. Established in 1891, this well-respected not-for-profit community service organization provides quality education training and assistance services to individuals in the South Bronx and surrounding communities. All proceeds from Winter Antiques Show ticket sales support East Side House Settlement. In addition to supporting such an incredible service institution, we are delighted that our sponsorship enables us to reinforce our commitment to the fine art and antiques community. As the country’s leading provider of insurance for private collectors of art, antiques, jewelry, and other valuables, Chubb is dedicated to helping protect not only what is important to our clients, but also to preserving the rich cultural heritage and artistic endeavors of previous generations. My colleagues and I hope that you enjoy your experience at this year’s show. And, we thank you for supporting a fabulous event that also helps to improve the lives of others. Warm regards,

Fran O’Brien Division President North America Personal Risk Services

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2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS Lucinda C. Ballard Arie L. Kopelman Michael R. Lynch Now in its sixty-third year, the Winter Antiques Show continues to set the standard in a crowded international arena. The 2017 Winter Antiques Show maintains an unyielding focus on quality. This year, six new exhibitors enrich the Show’s eclectic mix. After successfully extending our datelines to include museum-quality contemporary art and design in 2016, we welcome a limited number of works by emerging artists at the 2017 Show. As the market evolves, our commitment to excellence endures! This year’s loan exhibition celebrates the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum in Williamsburg, Virginia, one of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg. Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum: Revolution & Evolution offers a selection of highlights from the museum’s renowned collection, including ceramics, drawings, paintings, fraktur, furniture, weathervanes, utilitarian objects, needlework, quilts, toys, and more. Special thanks go to Winter Antiques Show Vice Chair Jay Cantor for his leadership of this project and to Jeff Daly, its talented designer! We are deeply grateful to Bessemer Trust for its generous sponsorship of this exciting exhibition. The Winter Antiques Show is the only major art fair from which all net proceeds go directly to a charity, providing essential funding for its highly respected educational programs. Your support helps people in the Bronx and northern Manhattan break out of a cycle of poverty and despair to achieve meaningful lives in society. Thank you so much! The success of our Show would not be possible without the commitment, creativity, and enthusiasm of our Winter Antiques Show Committee, the long-standing dedication of the East Side House staff, and the talent of our Executive Director, Catherine Sweeney Singer, and Assistant Director, Michael Diaz-Griffith. We are especially grateful to Eula C. Johnson, who is retiring after serving with dedication as the Show Coordinator for twenty-nine years. Eula has been a pillar of the Winter Antiques Show, and we will miss her humor, style, and steady presence enormously. Finally, on behalf of the board, staff, and clients of East Side House, as well as the entire Winter Antiques Show family, we extend our profound gratitude to our presenting sponsor, Chubb, for twenty-one years of generosity and loyalty. Because of you—loyal sponsors, engaged exhibitors, as well as dedicated committees, volunteers, and staff—the “show goes on!”

Lucinda C. Ballard

Arie L. Kopelman

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Michael R. Lynch


2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW ACKNOWLEDGMENTS

CHUBB Presenting Sponsor

BESSEMER TRUST Sponsor of the Loan Exhibition

DECASO Sponsor of the Designers Preview

WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Dealers’ Committee Co-Chairs KIM HOSTLER MARK JACOBY LAUREL ACEVEDO  JONATHAN BOOS  ANDREW CHAIT DIDIER HASPESLAGH   JAMES McCONNAUGHY

WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Executive Director CATHERINE SWEENEY SINGER

EULA C. JOHNSON  Show Coordinator DAN MEEKER  Show & Lighting Design GROUP M DESIGN  Invitation, Media Kit & Exhibitor Management Websites SHARP COMMUNICATIONS, INC.  Press & Public Relations   PLUS Strategic Planning & Media Placement WORX BRANDING & ADVERTISING  Collateral & Advertising Design TRASATERRA BRANDING & INTERACTION DESIGN   Website Design  SELECT CONTRACTING  Show Construction  PARK AVENUE ARMORY   CANARD INC.  Caterer  CITADEL  Security Agency Catalogue CANDACE H. COLEMAN  Editor   GROUP M DESIGN  Design & Production JILL A. BOSSERT  Director of Advertising Sales   PHOENIX LITHOGRAPHING CORPORATION  Printing

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Assistant Director MICHAEL DIAZ-GRIFFITH


2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW COMMITTEE Co-­Chairs LUCINDA C. BALLARD   ARIE L. KOPELMAN   MICHAEL R. LYNCH Vice Chairs JAY E. CANTOR COURTNEY BOOTH CHRISTENSEN HELEN FRECH KIPPAX Committee LORRI AHL GENEVIEVE WHEELER BROWN JEFFREY CALDWELL RICHARD L. CHILTON JR. STEPHANIE B. CLARK SAMUEL P.C. DANGREMOND DEBRA DEL VECCHIO WENDY HOLMES MRS. THOMAS SHIRCLIFF GLOVER STEPHEN J. KETCHUM GEORGE G. KING LUCINDA MAY LINDSEY S. PRYOR FREDERICA TOMPKINS RICHARD ZIEGELASCH

OPENING NIGHT PARTY Opening Night Party Chair FRAN O’BRIEN Division President, Chubb North America Personal Risk Services Honorary Design Co-Chairs JAMIE DRAKE and CALEB ANDERSON  CELERIE KEMBLE  MILES REDD

Vice Chairs LORRI AHL & MICHAEL T. EDSALL MR. & MRS. ROBERT F. R. BALLARD

MICHAEL A. KOVNER & JEAN DOYEN DE MONTAILLOU

JEAN & JIM BARROW

LEONARD & JUDY LAUDER

RITCHIE BATTLE

MICHAEL LYNCH & SUSAN BAKER

DAYTON T. CARR

ELIZABETH T. PEEK

MR. & MRS. RICHARD L. CHILTON JR.

MRS. ROGER D. REDDEN

COURTNEY CHRISTENSEN

THOMAS H. REMIEN & MARY ANNE HUNTING

STEPHANIE B. CLARK

DEBORAH & CHUCK ROYCE

SUZANNE CLARY

JUNE & PAUL C. SCHORR III

DEBRA DEL VECCHIO

MR. & MRS. HERBERT J. SIEGEL

MRS. ROLAND W. DONNEM

MICHAEL SMITH

JAMIE DRAKE & CALEB ANDERSON

MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS

CHARLES M. & NANCY A. GESCHKE

LOIS & ARTHUR STAINMAN

JOHN F. & ANNE R. HALEY

STEVEN STARK

WENDY HOLMES & KEVIN McALISTER

GILLIAN & ROBERT STEEL

COCO & ARIE L. KOPELMAN

TAKESHI & MAKIKO UESHIMA MR. & MRS. PHILIP L. YANG JR. 15


2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW

BENEFACTORS Edwin & Gretchen Adler

Renata Garcia

Sally Minard

Becky & Bob Alexander

Thaddeus I. Gray

Joan B. Mirviss

Anonymous

Joseph P. Gromacki

Dara Mitchell

Anonymous

Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Gund

Lisa R. Moore

Gillian Attfield

Elizabeth Stillinger Guthman

Charlotte Moss

Tamara Meadow Bernstein

Mrs. Roger Hanahan

George M. Muzinich

CeCe Black

John A. Hays

Arnold & Hilda Neis

Emily & Len Blavatnik

Hannah L. Henderson

Sandra Nunnerley

Dr. & Mrs. Robert E. Booth Jr.

Mrs. Joseph H. Hennage

Alex Papachristidis

Mr. & Mrs. Edward P. Bousa

David R. Hermenze Esq.

Peter Pennoyer & Katie Ridder

Kevin Brandmeyer

John A. Herrmann Jr.

Sandra S. Pershing & Marc Keller

Richard A. Brodie

Cecily E. Horton

Nicholas Proietti

Noreen Buckfire

Barbara & Amos Hostetter

Katharine Rayner

Colin & Nancy Campbell

Ay Whang Hsia

Dr. & Mrs. James S. Reibel

Barbara Cates

Mr. & Mrs. Wm. Mitchell Jennings Jr.

Virginia R. Richard

Joyce B. Cowin Mary Cronson

Mariana & George Kaufman

David Rockefeller

Edgar M. Cullman Jr.

Linda H. Kaufman

Daniel & Joanna S. Rose

Mr. & Mrs. David W. Dangremond

Karen Ann Kelleher

Johanna & Lief D. Rosenblatt

Lucy & Mike Danziger

Tara E. Kelleher & Roy J. Zuckerberg

Gilbert Schafer

Marguerite De La Poer Barbara de Portago Kathleen M. Doyle & Richard Ravitch

Stephen J. Ketchum Yung Hee Kim Mr. & Mrs. John E. Kippax

Nancy Druckman

Steven Bruce Klinsky

Charles P. Durkin Jr.

Richard & Debra Kolman

Heather Richards Evans

Scott Kurtz

Andrea H. Fahnestock & George A. Hambrecht

Jerry Lauren

Mr. & Mrs. J. Pepe Fanjul

Ursula & Paul Lowerre

Jonathan & Karin Fielding

Susan E. Lynch

Katherine Findlay

Jacqueline B. Mars

Findlay Galleries

Holt & Sandra Massey

Dr. Christopher Fletcher

Karen & Tony May

Pamela & David B. Ford

Ellen & Robert Meyer

Mr. & Mrs. Austin Fragomen

Elizabeth & Richard Miller

Laura & James Freeman

Leslie Miller & Richard Worley

Marilyn & Lawrence Friedland

David & Dolores O’Brien Miller

Fay Gambee

Virginia & Timothy Millhiser

Beth & Robin Roberts

Donna & Marvin Schwartz Andrew & Julie Siff Juliet L. Simonds Ruth H. Smithers Nancy & Burt Staniar Joan & Michael Steinberg Robert Stilin

Stephanie & James Loeffler

Anthony Terranova Lizzie & Jonathan Tisch Barbara & Donald Tober Suzanne Tucker Mr. & Mrs. Hans Utsch Mary Wallach Sue Ann Weinberg Bunny Williams & John Rosselli Michael & Kinne Yon

Thomas Coulborn & Sons Ltd.

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Mr. & Mrs. Edward Symes III


COLLECTORS Alan Behr

Mr. & Mrs. Barclay Jones III

Jewelle W. Bickford

George G. King

Stephana Bottom

Stephanie Krieger

Patricia Burnham Brock & William Brock

Silvina Leone

Edward W. Buttner

Elizabeth Locke & John Staelin

Bill & M.J. Carroll

Jeffrey H. Loria

John D. Childs

Carol Mack

Karina H. Corrigan

Nicholas Martini

Jody W. Covert

Martin McKerrow

Frank de Biasi

Grete Meilman & Hanno D. Mott

Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Diker

Richard Prosser Mellon

Mark Epstein

Joyce Moss

Beverley Evans

Amanda Nisbet

Marcia T. Feinstein

The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr.

Debra Force

Russell G. Piccione

Michael I. & Joan Murtagh Frankel

Marian S. Pillsbury

Emily T. Frick

Susan Avril Schneider

Jennifer Garrigues Deane A. & John D. Gilliam Frank Ginsberg Penny Grant, MD Allen & Deborah Grubman Sara & Robert Hallam Marlene Hess & James D. Zirin Mr. & Mrs. Joseph C. Hoopes Jr.

VIP LUNCHEON COMMITTEE

Alexia Leuschen

Richard Sammons George & Ann Selden Bruce Shostak & Craig Fitt Clinton and Joe Standart Mr. & Mrs. George E. Stephensen Robert A. M. Stern Anthony & Paula Viscogliosi Myra & Frank Weiser, MD

Co-Chairs

YOUNG COLLECTORS NIGHT COMMITTEE

Mrs. Roland W. Donnem

Co-Chairs

Helen Frech Kippax

Jeffrey Caldwell Samuel P.C. Dangremond

Vice Chairs

Lucinda May

Justena Kavanagh

Frederica Tompkins

Mrs. J. Michael Loening Ms. Ellen Washburn Martin

Vice Chairs Colette Arredondo

Mrs. Michael Nash Ambler

Nathaniel Brooks

Mrs. Stewart B. Clifford

Sommer V. Chatwin & Jonathan Walk

Mrs. John D. Gilliam Mrs. Lorin Hodges Mrs. Eric L. Hoyle Christine Janis Mrs. Eric B. Latos Mrs. George L. Selden

DESIGN LUNCHEON Co-Chairs Genevieve Wheeler Brown Mrs. Thomas Shircliff Glover

Kate V. Hemphill Justine Lynch Lizzie Reifenheiser Lacary Sharpe Astrid Tvetenstrand Virginia Wilbanks Lisa Yom


2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Loan Exhibition Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum: Revolution & Evolution Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Sponsored by BESSEMER TRUST

EXHIBITION CURATORS RONALD L. HURST Carlisle H. Humelsine Chief Curator and Vice President of Collections, Conservation, and Museums LAURA PASS BARRY Juli Grainger Curator of Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture TARA GLEASON CHICIRDA Curator of Furniture SUZANNE FINDLEN HOOD Curator of Ceramics and Glass

EXHIBITION DESIGNER Jeff Daly LIGHTING DESIGNER Anita Jorgensen LOAN EXHIBITION FABRICATOR GT Custom

Colonial Williamsburg Art Museums Board Sheila M. Miller, Chair June S. Hennage, Honorary Chair Cyndy Alaimo Marilyn Asplundh Catharine O’Neill Broderick Nancy N. Campbell Susan L. Donnelly Mary Turner Gilliland Jacomien Mars Michael L. McNamara Bradley S. Parris Barbara Ernst Prey Elisabeth M. Reiss Richard D. Roberts Loretta Roman Matthew Thurlow L. Kay Wilkinson Mitchell B. Reiss–ex officio Ronald L. Hurst–ex officio Leslie Anne Miller, Chair Emerita


THE COLONIAL WILLIAMSBURG FOUNDATION The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation gratefully acknowledges Bessemer Trust as sponsor of the 2017 Winter Antiques Show loan exhibition, Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum: Revolution & Evolution. Additional funding was provided by individual donors and a generous grant from Benjamin Moore. We are especially grateful to Iris and Mark Coblitz for leading this effort. Mr. & Mrs. A. Marshall Acuff Jr. Len & Cyndy Alaimo Mrs. Elizabeth B. Anderson Mr. & Mrs. Christopher Arnold Mrs. Robert H. Asplundh Alice K. Bacon H. Furlong Baldwin Jim & Debby Baugh Spike & Mary Lou Beitzel Afsaneh & Michael Beschloss William G. Beville Tom & Martha Biede Mr. & Mrs. Gustaf R. Bodin Gerald & Karen Bollin Mrs. James D. Brock Mr. & Mrs. Kevin P. Broderick Judith Cameron Colin & Nancy Campbell John Campbell Gerald R. Carruthers Sada Walling Chanin Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Chigas James R. & Linda M. Clement Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Clendineng Iris & Mark Coblitz Carolyn T. Condon Mary Virginia E. & Charles F. Crone, in honor of Ron Hurst Mrs. Nena E. Dahling Mrs. Jo Anna Dale Mr. & Mrs. Wayne DeWitt Jack & Liz Donehower Susan & Richard Donnelly Ruth Anna Duff Bert T. & Susan D. Edwards Edna Marie Egerton Dr. & Mrs. Yener S. Erozan Beverley & Jeff Evans Mrs. C. Tutty Fairbanks Mr. & Mrs. Thomas F. Farrell II Marshall Field Mr. Hugh R. Fischer Pat & Pete Frechette Harry & Lois Garrett Mr. & Mrs. Frank G. Gerwig Carolyn Gill Elizabeth A. Gill Mr. & Mrs. George K. Gill, in memory of Carrie Galloway

Ms. Marsha E. Goldstein David & Susan Goode Michael & Carole Harding Joan & George Hawkins Mrs. Nathan V. Hendricks III June S. Hennage Marcia & Steve Hibbitts Mr. & Mrs. R. Patrick Hill Mary S. Humelsine Mrs. Diane S. Humphrey Robert L. & Michelle A. Iverson Mr. & Mrs. James P. Jenkins Mrs. JoAnn Jenkins Janet Jorgensen Linda H. Kaufman Robert E. & Margot W. Keith Margaret A. Kiefer Mrs. William R. Kimball Alice & Steve Krum Mrs. Carole Lawn Sarah & John Lechleiter Rex & Pat Lucke Mr. & Mrs. Alan G. Luzius Mr. & Mrs. Peter L. Malkin Ms. Jacqueline Mars Virginia Cretella Mars Mr. & Mrs. Leon J. McCullough Sally & Allen McDaniel Mr. & Mrs. R. Douglas McFarland Mr. & Mrs. John F. McMullan Mike & Carolyn McNamara Denman K. McNear Bruce & Barbara McRitchie David R. McShane Mr. & Mrs. Paul F. Miller Jr. Steven and Sheila Miller Foundation Cynthia & Robert Milligan Holbrook T. Mitchell Mr. & Mrs. P. William Moore Jr. Iva & Milt Munk Dr. & Mrs. Brian J. Murphy Elizabeth J. Noyes Kathleen & John Nye Dorinda J. Oliver Gwendolyn & Carl Oppenheim M. Kathryn Owens Marvin Wayne Palmer Jr. Mary & David Peebles

Birth and Baptismal Certificate for Hanna Elisabetha Clodfelder (detail), ca. 1807, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

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James D. & Pamela J. Penny Pheasant Hill Foundation Dr. & Mrs. Roger A. Plummer Peter & Bonnie Raquet Joseph & Mary Ann Reinhard Dr. & Mrs. Mitchell B. Reiss Janice P. Rice Larry G. Rice Mr. & Mrs. Richard D. Roberts David Rockefeller The Rockefeller Family Mr. & Mrs. Fred W. Rudy Mrs. Deborah C. Ryan, in memory of Forrest E. Mars Jr. Donald P. & Teresa N. Sanders Janice E. Sanders Robert N. Sankovich Douglas & Elizabeth Scheffler William Schermerhorn & Dan Dutcher Lois Schmidt Miss Jeanne A. Schwab Kenneth E. Shafer Jack & Marlene Shales Ms. Dorinda L. Shaw Mr. & Mrs. Jeffrey E. Soukup Mike & Susie Spurgeon Mr. & Mrs. R. Craig Stambaugh Stewart Family Foundation Betty Stvan Dr. H. Lawrence & Nancy L. Swartz Georgann & Jeff Taylor Dr. Tom & Kay Telle Jamie & Richard Thomas Mr. & Mrs. Matthew A. Thurlow Alice & Richard Tilghman Dr. & Mrs. Glenn L. Tonnesen Marilee Truitt William G.L. Turner Karen & Donald Wagoner Donald E. & Deborah A. Watts, in honor of Alissa M. Watts Ms. L. Kay Wilkinson Robert S. & Marion Wilson Howard H. Witsma Dixie D. & Henry C. Wolf Cdr. & Mrs. Otto A. Zipf, USN 15 anonymous gifts (October 1, 2016)


ABBY ALDRICH ROCKEFELLER FOLK ART MUSEUM: REVOLUTION & EVOLUTION By Laura Pass Barry From portraits to quilts to sculpture, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum has been showcasing premier examples of American folk art for sixty years. When the museum opened on March 15, 1957, it established a permanent home for the exceptional collection assembled decades earlier by the museum’s namesake.

Folk art exhibition at the Ludwell-Paradise House Williamsburg, Virginia, ca. 1937 Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation Soon after the Rockefellers visited Williamsburg, Virginia, they realized the empty but restored Ludwell-Paradise House (previously purchased by John D. Rockefeller Jr. for Williamsburg) would be an ideal location for the exhibition of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller’s American folk art collection. Indeed, the exhibition of her material brought American folk art to the public’s attention, garnering appreciation and enthusiasm for its study.

Abby Aldrich Rockefeller (1874-1948) was a forerunner in the American folk and modern art fields and was a founder of the Museum of Modern Art. Her acuity in recognizing visual analogies between modernist expression and that of American folk art was instrumental in fostering an awareness of America’s past. She assembled a comprehensive collection of paintings, drawings, and sculpture that she shared anonymously with the public in the 1932 landmark Museum of Modern Art exhibition, American Folk Art: The Art of the Common Man in America, 1750-1900. In 1935, the bulk of her collection was installed in Williamsburg, Virginia. Abby Aldrich Rockefeller’s interest in American folk art coincided with the involvement of her husband, John D. Rockefeller Jr., in the restoration of Williamsburg. That relationship led to the long-term loan and ultimate gift of her collection to Colonial Williamsburg, forming the nucleus of the future Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum. Unbeknownst to her, that unassuming act helped to place American folk art at the forefront of American art. From the time it became a public resource, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller collection has been a leading force in American folk art scholarship. The museum, established in 1957, has published numerous catalogues and hosted over 340 exhibitions, ranging from landmark shows on prominent artists to smaller exhibitions on lesser-known subjects. This unveiling of new research and discoveries upholds one of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller’s principal interests—to foster understanding about, and appreciation for, American artists and their work. Top Left: Robert Brackman American, 1898-1980 Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, 1941 Oil on canvas Private Collection This formal portrait captures many of the qualities that Abby Aldrich Rockefeller brought to her pioneering interest in American folk art: courage, determination, sincerity, and conviction. It was painted by Robert Brackman, a widely respected portraitist who also had a long career as a teacher at the Art Students League of New York.

By Laura Pass Barry

Top Right: Title page of The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Collection, 1957 Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation The museum’s first descriptive catalogue was written by collector and scholar Nina Fletcher Little. Although Edith Gregor Halpert and Holger Cahill were instrumental in assisting Abby Aldrich Rockefeller with assembling and documenting her collection and arranging for the exhibition of her artwork, Little was largely responsible for the research and extensive cataloging of the collection.


Under the guidance and leadership of remarkable curators and directors, the museum collection has significantly expanded from the 424 objects of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller’s initial gift to over 7,600 noteworthy examples of paintings, drawings, sculpture, furniture, pottery, needlework, textiles, toys, silhouettes, and decorative useful wares. Today, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum is the oldest continuously operating institution in the world devoted exclusively to the study and appreciation of American folk art. The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is honored to have been selected as the loan exhibitor for the 2017 Winter Antiques Show. We are especially gratified to return to New York, where Abby Aldrich Rockefeller began collecting and where her collection first debuted. The words of Abby Aldrich Rockefeller’s son Winthrop, first spoken nearly sixty years ago, are still timely today: “Here is a varied, colorful, and appealing display of one phase of American civilization in which my mother had so much faith. I sincerely hope that everyone who sees these early examples of American art will come to discover for himself some of the same pleasure and interest that my mother found in them. Nothing delighted her more than to share her enjoyment of the Collection with others.”

Top Left: Baby in Red Chair​ Pennsylvania, 1810-1830​ Oil on canvas​ Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation; From the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Collection; Gift of David Rockefeller. This iconic portrait of an unidentified sleeping baby was acquired for Abby Aldrich Rockefeller by Edith Gregor Halpert in the early 1930s. It remains a favorite among visitors and is on display in the museum’s loan exhibition at the 2017 Winter Antiques Show.

We are pleased to present Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum: Revolution & Evolution, the inaugural event in celebration of the museum’s diamond jubilee. We hope you will join us to honor the origins of this extraordinary collection and celebrate its growth over the past sixty years.

Top Right: Digital rendering of proposed museum entrance for 2017 expansion Courtesy of Samuel Anderson Architects At present, plans are underway for the expansion of the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum and the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum (together known as the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg), which will include 8,000 square feet of new gallery space, a street-level entrance, expanded guest amenities and programming, and new and upgraded mechanical systems.

Laura Pass Barry is the Juli Grainger Curator of Paintings, Drawings, and Sculpture at Colonial Williamsburg. The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation is dedicated to the preservation, restoration, and presentation of eighteenthcentury Williamsburg and the study, interpretation, and teaching of America’s founding principles. The Foundation operates the 301-acre restored eighteenth-century capital of Virginia as well as the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, which include the DeWitt Wallace Decorative Arts Museum and the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum.

Lower Right: The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks exhibition, 1999 Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Center Courtesy of Colonial Williamsburg Foundation The museum has hosted numerous important exhibitions throughout its history. One of these highlights was The Kingdoms of Edward Hicks, the first major exhibition on the life and work of the nineteenth-century Quaker minister and painter made famous for his Peaceable Kingdom paintings. The exhibition focused new attention on the Quaker beliefs and church politics that inspired the artist’s subject matter and featured over fifty objects, sixteen of which are owned by Colonial Williamsburg, the largest single collection of Hicks’s material.

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2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Thomas H. Remien President of the Board of Managers East Side House Settlement

On behalf of those East Side House serves and the board of managers, I would like to welcome you to the Winter Antiques Show! We are grateful to our many loyal patrons and supporters, among them Chubb, a generous supporter for twenty-one years, and Bessemer Trust, a third-year sponsor of the loan exhibition. In addition to extending our gratitude to such returning sponsors as Brooks Brothers and Benjamin Moore, I would like to also welcome DECASO. For their pro bono work on behalf of East Side House, we thank Elizabeth D. Sigety, Esq. and Fox Rothschild LLP. We capped our landmark year by launching the East Side House Settlement 125th Anniversary Scholarship Fund Honoring John A. Sanchez. For twenty-eight years, John led East Side House’s exponential growth. We now serve twenty-nine sites and over 10,000 residents each year. The Scholarship Fund will expand educational opportunities for exceptional students in the Bronx and northern Manhattan. A source of hope and help for motivated young people, the fund will be a fitting legacy for our longtime Executive Director, who retired at the end of 2016. John’s dedication to community service, innovative leadership, and achievement already have impacted the lives of thousands. Students in our programs reside in and around one of the nation’s poorest communities, long plagued by high crime and an undereducated, undertrained workforce. Literacy rates and educational attainment are among the lowest in the city, but services offered by East Side House Settlement help students make gains that might not otherwise be possible. In the past two years, East Side House has tripled the number of students who graduate from our high school programs and, last year alone, helped nearly 500 students gain college acceptance. This is a notable accomplishment considering that the majority of these students enrolled in our programs academically behind and with no postsecondary plan. The Winter Antiques Show is the only antiques fair that donates its entire profit to a charity. Your support of the Show funds nearly 25 percent of our philanthropic budget and allows our professional staff of approximately 600 dedicated personnel to continue to provide the services that enable families to improve their economic standing and lead fulfilling, independent lives. We hope you enjoy this year’s show and, even more, thank you for your support. Yours sincerely,

Thomas H. Remien

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2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW HONORARY DESIGN CO-CHAIRS

East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show are delighted to welcome Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson, Celerie Kemble, and Miles Redd as this year’s Honorary Design Co-Chairs.

Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson Drake/Anderson is a dynamic new partnership led by two of the most distinctive aesthetic voices in interior design, Jamie Drake and Caleb Anderson. Both industry leaders, the principals of Drake Design Associates and Caleb Anderson Design have brought their respective takes on glamour, curation, elegance, and livability to bear on the new venture. Their visionary, multidisciplinary design firm specializes in high-end residential and commercial projects with luxurious interiors that are glamorous yet grounded, sophisticated yet livable, and modern yet timeless.

Among Drake’s multiple honors is his longstanding presence on Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD100, the magazine’s annual compendium of the world’s top interior designers and architects, while Anderson has been cited on the rising-star lists of many publications, including House Beautiful and Lonny. Between them, they have completed sophisticated, polished interiors in many of Manhattan’s “it” buildings—including One57 and the Baccarat Residences—as well as sprawling Hamptons estates, and cutting-edge medical facilities in Florida.

Jamie Drake, one of the most recognizable names in the design field, is primarily a modernist known for his fearless approach to color and fashion-conscious sensibility. One of interior design’s brightest young lights, Caleb Anderson is most recognized for his layered approach to interiors with confident blends from a variety of historic periods. Their firms have garnered extremely discerning clienteles and achieved the highest awards and accolades in the industry.

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Celerie Kemble

Miles Redd

Celerie Kemble is guided by the principle that our homes define us for others and also remind us of who we are. Known for her versatility with budgets, location, and style, Kemble’s priority is to express the personality and sentiment of her clients through gracious interiors. She delivers a mix of pragmatism and beauty in her creation of dynamic yet nuanced and comfortable rooms.

Miles Redd embarked on his interior design career with luminary antiques dealer John Rosselli and decorator Bunny Williams, and in 1998 opened his own firm in New York City. He is highly regarded for his unique aesthetic vision, characterized by a mélange of high and low, a strong sense of color, and a traditional approach with modern gestures.

Over the past fifteen years, her work in homes and commercial spaces across the United States and the Caribbean has been featured in Architectural Digest, House Beautiful, Veranda, Elle Decor, Traditional Home, Luxe, Florida Design, Better Homes and Gardens, Country Living, The Wall Street Journal, and The New York Times.

Captivated by chic at an early age, Redd finds inspiration in a wide array of venues. His trademark approach to design brings to life rooms infused with boldness, wit, fantasy, and sophistication. In 2012, Redd published The Big Book of Chic, praised in Vogue Living for its “shots of ‘party ready’ interiors and quotes of a life less ordinary.”

Kemble is the author of To Your Taste and Black & White (and a Bit in Between), and she also partners with multiple firms to produce a wide variety of product lines that deliver a combination of design and utility. Professional accolades include placement on Architectural Digest’s AD100, House and Garden’s 50 New Tastemakers, House Beautiful’s Top Designers, and Luxe’s Gold List.

Redd served as the creative director of Oscar de la Renta Home from 2003 to 2013, and his work has been featured in Vogue, W, House Beautiful, Elle Décor, Veranda, and Architectural Digest. In 2015, Redd launched a line of fabrics and wallcoverings with Schumacher, and his line of rugs with Patterson Flynn Martin debuted in 2016.

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Sayuri & Jeff Kaczynski

William E. Rutledge

Katie Bluhm

Kate Philip Kaufman

Dana Sandberg

Hillary H. Bunn

Abigail Ledes

Catherine Smith

Billy Cooling

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Abigail Cook Stone

Kipton Cronkite

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Rosalie Philip

Liza Weiner

Alecta Rose Hill

Nina Platt

Christy Williams

S. Brooks Huston

Zak Profera

Annie Johnson

Elliot J. Rayfield, MD

Interior Design Committee Honorary Chair Wendy Goodman, Design Editor, New York magazine 2Michaels

Victoria Hagan

Ryan Nessing, Nessing Design

Amy Lau Design

Ellen Hamilton

Lizzie Bailey, Katie Ridder Inc.

Lindsey Coral Harper

Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz & Steven Wine

Alan Barlis & Elaine Santos, BarlisWedlick Architects

Shawn Henderson & Mike Rupp

Alex Papachristidis

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John Barman & Kelly Graham Sara Bengur

Benjamin Huntington, ASID, NCIDQ, NY CID

Alexandra Pappas & Tatyana Miron

Laurel Bern

J + G Design

Philip Mitchell Design Inc.

Alessandra Branca

Thomas Jayne

Phillip Thomas Inc.

Tim Button, Stedila Design Inc.

Jenny Wolf Interiors

Russell Piccione

Jesse Carrier & Mara Miller, Carrier and Company Interiors

Sean Juneja & Markus Weber

Elizabeth Pyne

Charlie Kaplan

Eve Robinson

Kirsten Casey, K. Brant Interiors

Kati Curtis Design

David Christopher Salvatore

CeCe Barfield, Inc.

Todd Klein

Scott Sanders

Marissa Stokes Chaffiotte

Matthew Kowles

Danielle Colding

Laura Krey

Noa Santos, CEO & Founder, Homepolish

Mark Cunningham

Laura Day Design

Michael Davis, AIA, Michael Davis Architects & Interiors

Ryan Lawson

Ernest de la Torre

Donna Paul, Designer Previews

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Shamir Shah

Denise Kuriger Design, Ltd.

Lichten Craig Architecture + Interiors

Drew McGukin Interiors

Damon Liss & Lisa Liss

Arthur Dunnam, Jed Johnson Studio

Edward Lobrano

Bradley Stephens & Andrew Thompson, Stephens Design Group, Inc.

Katie Lydon

Robert Stilin

Janine Carendi MacMurray

Sara Story

Hermes Mallea & Carey Maloney

Marcus Teo

Bella Mancini

Roric Tobin

Kara Mann

White Webb

Marie Aiello Design Studio (MADS)

Wesley Moon, Inc.

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Francine Gardner

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WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW

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KESHISHIAN

ADELSON GALLERIES, INC.

KELLY KINZLE

ALEXANDER GALLERY

LEBRETON

MICHAEL ALTMAN FINE ART

BERNARD & S. DEAN LEVY INC.

APTER-FREDERICKS

NATHAN LIVERANT AND SON, LLC

ARADER GALLERIES

LOST CITY ARTS

ARONSON OF AMSTERDAM

MACKLOWE GALLERY, LTD.

MICHELE BEINY, INC.

MAISON GERARD, LTD.

H. BLAIRMAN & SONS LTD

TODD MERRILL STUDIO

JONATHAN BOOS

JOAN B MIRVISS LTD

BOWMAN SCULPTURE

LIZ O’BRIEN

RALPH M. CHAIT GALLERIES, INC.

THE OLD PRINT SHOP, INC.

COHEN & COHEN

OLDE HOPE ANTIQUES, INC.

PHILIP COLLECK, LTD.

PETER PAP ORIENTAL RUGS, INC.

THOMAS COLVILLE FINE ART

GERALD PETERS GALLERY

THOMAS COULBORN & SONS LTD.

RONALD PHILLIPS LTD

COVE LANDING DANIEL CROUCH RARE BOOKS

FRANK & BARBARA POLLACK AMERICAN ANTIQUES & ART

DIDIER LTD

JAMES ROBINSON, INC.

GEOFFREY DINER GALLERY, INC.

DAVID A. SCHORSCH~EILEEN M. SMILES AMERICAN ANTIQUES

DONZELLA

SCHWARZ GALLERY

PETER FETTERMAN GALLERY

STEPHEN SCORE, INC.

PETER FINER

S.J. SHRUBSOLE CORPORATION

GEMINI ANTIQUES LTD.

ELLE SHUSHAN

DAVID GILL GALLERY

ROBERT SIMON FINE ART

GLASS PAST

ELLIOTT & GRACE SNYDER

MICHAEL GOEDHUIS

GALERIE ST. ETIENNE

BERNARD GOLDBERG FINE ARTS, LLC

TAMBARAN

THOMAS HENEAGE ART BOOKS

CAROLLE THIBAUT-POMERANTZ

HILL-STONE, INC. Glass Past

THROCKMORTON FINE ART, INC.

HIRSCHL & ADLER GALLERIES, INC.

TILLOU GALLERY

HOSTLER BURROWS

RUPERT WACE ANCIENT ART

STEPHEN & CAROL HUBER

WARTSKI

HYDE PARK ANTIQUES, LTD.

ROBERT YOUNG ANTIQUES

JAMES INFANTE BARBARA ISRAEL GARDEN ANTIQUES KENTSHIRE

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A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE, INC.


Booth 69 A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE, INC.

Booth 51 MICHAEL ALTMAN FINE ART

781 Fifth Avenue New York, New York 10022 (212) 752-1727 Paul Schaffer, Peter L. Schaffer, and Mark Schaffer website: www.alvr.com email: alvr@alvr.com European and American antique jewelry, Fabergé, gold snuffboxes and objets de vertu, Russian decorative and fine arts, including porcelain, glass, furniture, silver, paintings, and icons.

38 East 70th Street New York, New York 10021 (212) 879-0002   Fax: (212) 897-0011 website: www.mnafineart.com email: info@mnafineart.com Advisory services in 19th- and 20th-century European & American paintings, drawings, and sculpture.

Booth 8 ADELSON GALLERIES, INC.

Booth 28 APTER-FREDERICKS

730 Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor New York, New York 10019 By appointment: (212) 439-6800 Fax: (212) 439-6870 Warren Adelson & Elizabeth Oustinoff website: www.adelsongalleries.com email: info@adelsongalleries.com American paintings from the 19th and 20th centuries and Andrew Wyeth, Jamie Wyeth, Andrew Stevovich, Federico Uribe, and Jacob Collins.

265 – 267 Fulham Road London SW3 6HY United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7352 2188 website: www.apter-fredericks.com email: antiques@apter-fredericks.com 18th- and 19th-century English furniture, including Queen Anne, Georgian, and Regency pieces and the works of Chippendale, Sheraton, Adam, Linnell, Ince & Mayhew, and Gillows.

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Booth 62 ARADER GALLERIES

115 East 72nd Street, Suite 1B New York, New York 10021 (212) 472-1636   Fax: (212) 249-2306 website: www.alexandergallery.com email: laurel@alexandergallery.com Important 18th- and 19th-century American paintings and historical items, 15th- through 19th-century European paintings and works of art, illuminated books, and Oriental and Middle Eastern works of art.

29 East 72nd Street New York, New York 10021 (212) 628-3668   Fax: (212) 879-8714 1308 Walnut Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19107 (215) 735-8811   Fax: (215) 735-9864 Graham Arader III, President Lori Cohen, Director website: www.aradergalleries.com email: loricohen@aradergalleries.com 16th- through 19th-century natural history engravings and watercolors, color-plate books, important maps and atlases, and prints of the American West. Specializing in the works of Audubon, Catesby, Lear, Thornton, Redouté, Catlin, Bodmer, Bierstadt, Moran, Faden, Ortelius, Mercator, and Blaeu. 62


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Nieuwe Spiegelstraat 45-b PO Box 15556, 1001 NB Amsterdam, The Netherlands +31 20 623 3103   Fax: +31 20 638 3066 website: www.aronson.com email: mail@aronson.com Some of the earliest and rarest objects produced by the Delft factories in the 17th century, as well as a superb collection of 18th-century animals, figures, plaques, chargers, and other interesting wares.

18 East 64th Street, 4th Floor New York, New York 10065 (212) 535-5096 Jonathan Boos, Valerie Stanos website: www.jonathanboos.com email: info@jonathanboos.com Specializing in 20th-century American art with a particular focus on Ashcan School, Modernism, Social Realism, and Post-War paintings and sculpture.

Booth 60 MICHELE BEINY, INC.

Booth 2 BOWMAN SCULPTURE

53 East 82nd Street New York, New York 10028 By appointment: (212) 794-9357 Fax: (212) 772-0119 Michele Beiny Harkins, President website: www.michelebeiny.com email: michele@michelebeiny.com 18th- and early 19th-century English and Continental porcelain and faïence, objets de vertu and Renaissance jewelry; contemporary studio ceramics and glass.

6 Duke Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6BN United Kingdom +44 (0) 207 930 0277 website: www.bowmansculpture.com email: gallery@bowmansculpture.com Sculpture from the 19th and early 20th centuries.

Booth 13 H. BLAIRMAN & SONS LTD

Booth 67 RALPH M. CHAIT GALLERIES, INC.

PO Box 6374 London W1A 3UR United Kingdom By appointment: Mayfair, London +44 (0) 20 7493 0444 website: www.blairman.co.uk email: blairman@blairman.co.uk 19th- and early 20th-century design.

16 East 52nd Street 10th Floor New York, New York 10022 (212) 397-2818   Fax: (212) 319-0471 Steven J. Chait, President Andrew H. Chait, Vice President, CFO website: www.rmchait.com email: info@rmchaitgal.net Chinese works of art, including porcelain, jade, pottery, sculpture, ceramics, Export silver, and Indian Colonial silver. Established 1910.

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Booth 14 ARONSON OF AMSTERDAM


Booth 49 COHEN & COHEN

Booth 38 THOMAS COULBORN & SONS LTD.

PO Box 366 Reigate RH2 2BB United Kingdom +44 (0) 1737 242180 Fax: +44 (0) 1737 226236 Gallery: 67 Jermyn Street, St James’s London SW1 Y 6NY United Kingdom Ewa Cohen, Michael Cohen, & Will Motley, Manager website: www.cohenandcohen.co.uk email: info@cohenandcohen.co.uk Chinese export porcelain and works of art from the 17th and 18th centuries.

Vesey Manor, 64 Birmingham Road Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands B72 1QP United Kingdom +44 (0) 121 354 3974 website: www.coulborn.com email: jc@coulborn.com Chinese export furniture and paintings; English and European furniture; eclectic objects and works of art.

Booth 37 PHILIP COLLECK, LTD.

Booth 25 COVE LANDING

311 East 58th Street New York, New York 10022 (212) 486-7600   Mobile: (917) 692-8855 Mark Jacoby & Diana Jacoby, Owners website: www.philipcolleck.com email: info@philipcolleck.com Specialists in 17th-, 18th-, and early 19thcentury English furniture with an emphasis on chinoiserie and lighting. Established 1938.

167 East 74th Street New York, New York 10021 Monday–Friday, 12-6 PM And by appointment: (212) 288-7597 Angus Wilkie email: covelanding@gmail.com 18th- and 19th-century English and Continental furniture, unusual works of art, fine objects, and idiosyncratic finds.

Booth 50 THOMAS COLVILLE FINE ART

Booth 15 DANIEL CROUCH RARE BOOKS

111 Old Quarry Road Guilford, Connecticut 06437 By appointment: (203) 453-2449 1000 Madison Avenue New York, New York 10075 By appointment: (212) 879-9259 Thomas Colville, Owner Kirstin Auer, Gallery Manager Colleen Niarchos, Financial Coordinator Jay Qin, Associate website: www.thomascolville.com email: tlc@thomascolville.com 19th- and early 20th-century American and European paintings, drawings, and sculpture.

4 Bury Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6AB United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7042 0240 24 East 64th Street New York, New York 10065 (212) 602-1779 website: www.crouchrarebooks.com email: info@crouchrarebooks.com Antique atlases, maps, plans, sea charts, and voyages dating from the 15th to the 19th centuries.

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Booths 12 & 74 PETER FETTERMAN GALLERY

66B Kensington Church Street London W8 4BY United Kingdom +44 20 7221 1573 UK Cell: +44 7973 800415 Didier Haspeslagh & Martine Newby Haspeslagh website: www.didierltd.com email: info@didierantiques.com Artistic post-war jewelry by painters, sculptors, architects, and designers from the UK, Europe, USA, and South America.

2525 Michigan Avenue, Gallery A1 Santa Monica, California 90404 (310) 453-6463 Peter Fetterman website: www.peterfetterman.com email: peter@peterfetterman.com Classic 20th-century fine art photography.

Booth 36 GEOFFREY DINER GALLERY, INC.

Booth 29 PETER FINER

1730 21st Street, NW Washington, D.C. 20009 By appointment: (202) 483-5005 Fax: (202) 483-2523 Geoffrey Diner, President Maureen Diner, Vice President website: www.dinergallery.com email: geoff@dinergallery.com International fine and decorative arts, 1860 to the present, specializing in architecturally inspired furniture and Tiffany Studios lighting.

38 & 39 Duke Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6DF United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7839 5666 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7839 5777 The Old Rectory, Ilmington Warwickshire CV36 4JQ United Kingdom +44 (0) 1608 682267 Fax: +44 (0) 1608 682575 From the USA or Canada: (800) 270-7951 website: www.peterfiner.com email: gallery@peterfiner.com Antique arms, armor, and related objects.

Booth 40 DONZELLA

Booth 45 GEMINI ANTIQUES LTD.

17 White Street New York, New York 10013 (212) 965-8919 Paul Donzella, Principal Lori Scacco, Gallery Manager website: www.donzella.com email: info@donzella.com Post-war design from the United States & Italy. Contemporary design from the United States & Europe.

PO Box 635 Oldwick, New Jersey 08858 Leon Weiss: (917) 991-7352 Steven Weiss: (212) 729-0011 Gallery: (908) 823-4049   Fax: (908) 823-4519 website: www.geminiantiquesltd.com For thirty-five years, Leon and Steven Weiss have been dealing in the highest quality American and European antique toys, still and mechanical banks, lead soldiers, and dolls.

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Booth 68 DIDIER LTD


Booth 66 DAVID GILL GALLERY

Booth 22 BERNARD GOLDBERG FINE ARTS, LLC

2-4 Kings Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6QP United Kingdom + 44 (0) 203 195 6600 website: www.davidgillgallery.com email: daniel@davidgillgallery.com Exclusive works by 20th-century and contemporary designers.

New York, New York By appointment: (212) 813-9797 Bernard Goldberg, Owner Ken Sims, Gallery Manager website: www.bgfa.com email: info@bgfa.com Specializing in American art and design, Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC has specific interests in American Modernism, the Stieglitz Circle, and the Ashcan School. The gallery will present an important collection of the lifetime work of American ironworker Samuel Yellin at the 2017 Winter Antiques Show.

Booth 30 GLASS PAST

Booth 71 THOMAS HENEAGE ART BOOKS

New York, New York By appointment: (212) 343-2524 Sara Blumberg & Jim Oliveira website: www.glasspast.com email: glasspast@earthlink.net Specialists in Italian glass from 1870 to 1970, with a focus on major works from their initial years of production. Designers of particular interest include: Vittorio Zecchin, Napoleone Martinuzzi, Carlo Scarpa, Tomaso Buzzi, Paolo Venini, Fulvio Bianconi, Thomas Stearns, Archimede Seguso, Ercole Barovier, and Dino Martens.

42 Duke Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6DJ United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7930 9233 website: www.heneage.com email: artbooks@heneage.com instagram: @thomasheneageartbooks Thomas Heneage is 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.

Booth 31 MICHAEL GOEDHUIS

Booth 63 HILL-STONE, INC.

61 Cadogan Square London SW1Z 0HZ United Kingdom By appointment: +44 (0) 20 7823 1395 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7823 2794 website: www.michaelgoedhuis.com email: london@michaelgoedhuis.com Chinese contemporary ink art and Chinese and Japanese bronzes.

441 Elm Street South Dartmouth, Massachusetts 02748 By appointment: (212) 249-1397 Alan N. Stone & Lesley Hill, Co-directors website: www.hill-stone.com email: oldmaster@hill-stone.com Old Master and Modern prints and drawings.

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Booth 64 HYDE PARK ANTIQUES, LTD.

730 Fifth Avenue, Fourth Floor New York, New York 10019 (212) 535-8810   Fax: (212) 772-7237 Stuart P. Feld, President & Director Elizabeth Feld, Managing Director website: www.hirschlandadler.com email: gallery@hirschlandadler.com American and European paintings, watercolors, drawings, and sculpture, 18th century to the present; American furniture and decorative arts, 1810 to 1910.

836 Broadway New York, New York 10003 (212) 477-0033   Fax: (212) 477-1781 Bernard Karr, President Rachel Karr, Vice President Patrick Bavasi, Director website: www.hydeparkantiques.com email: info@hydeparkantiques.com Finest and most extensive collection of English antique furniture from the William and Mary through Regency periods, 1700 to 1825. Also specializing in 18th-century Chinese export and English porcelain, as well as sporting art.

Booth 26 HOSTLER BURROWS

Booth 57 JAMES INFANTE

51 East 10th Street New York, New York 10003 (212) 343-0471   Fax: (212) 343-0472 Kim Hostler & Juliet Burrows, Owners website: www.hostlerburrows.com email: info@hostlerburrows.com 20th- and 21st-century Scandinavian design and decorative arts with an emphasis on studio ceramics, hand-woven textiles, Swedish Functionalism, and objects of the Danish Cabinetmaker movement.

New York, New York By appointment: (917) 864-6780 website: www.jamesinfante.com email: james@jamesinfante.com Specializing in 20th-century decorative arts and design, including the Wiener Werkstätte, Hagenauer Werkstätte, Carlo Bugatti, and iconic works of the period.

Booth 21 STEPHEN & CAROL HUBER

Booth 52 BARBARA ISRAEL GARDEN ANTIQUES

40 Ferry Road Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475 (860) 388-6809 Stephen & Carol Huber, Co-owners website: www.antiquesamplers.com email: hubers@antiquesamplers.com Antique needlework samplers, silk embroideries, needlework pictures, and textile accessories, emphasizing 18th- & 19th-century American and 17th-century English needlework.

296 Mount Holly Road Katonah, New York 10536 By appointment: (212) 744-6281 Fax: (212) 744-2188 Barbara Israel, President Sylvia Falcón, Creative Director Eva Schwartz, Director of Client Services website: www.barbaraisrael.com email: eva@bi-gardenantiques.com American, English, and Continental statues, fountains, urns, benches, sundials, and other period garden ornaments.

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Booth 39 HIRSCHL & ADLER GALLERIES, INC.


Booth 47 KENTSHIRE

Booth 75 LEBRETON

Bergdorf Goodman 754 Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor New York, New York 10019 (212) 872-8653 608 Fifth Avenue, Suite 800 New York, New York, 10020 (212) 421-1100 Carrie & Matthew Imberman, Co-Presidents website: www.kentshire.com email: info@kentshire.com Established in 1940 and in its third generation of family ownership, Kentshire is one of New York’s premier destinations for antique, estate, and fine period jewelry, as well as vintage costume and designer jewelry.

3307 Sacramento Street San Francisco, California 94118 (415) 291-8484 website: www.lebretongallery.com email: info@lebretongallery.com Founded in 1999, Lebreton Gallery promotes and preserves the works of major post-war French and European artists. Its distinguished and unique collection of furniture, ceramics, paintings, sculpture, and works on paper includes works by Magdalena Abakanowicz, Les Lalannes, Lynn Chadwick, Cesar, Pierre-Elie Gardette, Bruno Romeda, Jacques Adnet, Roberto Matta, Ruth Duckworth, and Suzanne Ramie.

Booth 58 KESHISHIAN

Booth 7 BERNARD & S. DEAN LEVY INC

73 Pimlico Road London SW1W 8NE United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7730 8810 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7730 8803 New York, by appointment: (212) 956-1586 Eddy Keshishian & Arto Keshishian, Partners website: www.keshishiancarpets.com email: info@keshishiancarpets.com Antique carpets and European tapestries and needlework, as well as 20th-century Arts and Crafts and Art Deco carpets.

24 East 84th Street New York, New York 10028 (212) 628-7088 website: www.levygalleries.com email: americana@levygalleries.com 17th- to 19th-century furniture and decorative arts with pieces in the Jacobean, William and Mary, Queen Anne, Chippendale, and Federal styles.

Booth 19 KELLY KINZLE

Booth 70 NATHAN LIVERANT AND SON, LLC

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

168 South Main Street; PO Box 103 Colchester, Connecticut 06415 (860) 537-2409   Fax: (860) 537-0577 Arthur S. Liverant website: www.liverantantiques.com email: mail@liverantantiques.com Follow us at www.facebook.com/NLS.antiques 18th- and 19th-century American furniture, paintings, and decorative arts. Specializing in fine examples of Connecticut and New England furniture made prior to 1840.

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Booth 11 TODD MERRILL STUDIO

18 Cooper Square New York, New York 10003 (212) 375-0500   Fax: (212) 375-9342 James Elkind website: www.lostcityarts.com email: lostcityarts@yahoo.com Established in 1982, Lost City Arts is recognized internationally as a leading source of mid-20thcentury fine art, design, furniture, lighting, and accessories.

80 Lafayette Street New York, New York 10013 (212) 673-0531   Fax: (212) 677-6068 11 South Main Street Southampton, New York 11968 (631) 259-3601 website: www.toddmerrillstudio.com email: info@toddmerrillstudio.com Todd Merrill Studio exhibits handmade, unique studio works in the space between art and design. While inspired by historic forms and decorative traditions, the works are boldly contemporary, pushing the boundaries of their materials­—from porcelain to bronze to LEDs—to new aesthetic heights. In addition, the gallery continues to show iconic 20th-century design.

Booth 55 MACKLOWE GALLERY, LTD

Booth 6 JOAN B MIRVISS LTD

667 Madison Avenue New York, New York 10065 (212) 644-6400   Fax: (212) 755-6143 website: www.macklowegallery.com email: email@macklowegallery.com Tiffany Studios lamps, art glass, and bronzes; French Art Nouveau furniture, art glass, lighting, ceramics, and lithographs; important antique and estate jewelry.

39 East 78th Street, 4th Floor (at Madison Avenue) New York, New York 10075 (212) 799-4021   Fax: (212) 721-5148 Joan B. Mirviss website: www.mirviss.com email: info@mirviss.com Japanese fine art of the 17th–21st centuries, specializing in traditional screens and paintings, ukiyo-e woodblock prints, and important modern and contemporary Japanese ceramics.

Booth 4 MAISON GERARD LTD.

Booth 44 LIZ O’BRIEN

43 and 53 East 10th Street New York, New York 10003 (212) 674-7611   Fax: (212) 475-6314 website: www.maisongerard.com email: home@maisongerard.com Founded in 1974, Maison Gerard Ltd. specializes in fine French Art Deco, 20th century & contemporary design furniture, lighting and objets d’art.

306 East 61st Street, Ground Floor New York, New York 10065 (212) 755-3800 Liz O’Brien website: www.lizobrien.com email: info@lizobrien.com instagram: @lizobriengallery Liz O’Brien specializes in American and European 20th-century decorative arts, offering exceptional examples of furniture, lighting, art objects, and textiles.

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Booth 32 LOST CITY ARTS


Booth 20 THE OLD PRINT SHOP, INC.

Booth 73 GERALD PETERS GALLERY

150 Lexington Avenue New York, New York 10016 (212) 683-3950   Fax: (212) 779-8040 Robert K. Newman and Harry S. Newman website: www.oldprintshop.com email: info@oldprintshop.com Our 60th year exhibiting at the Winter Antiques Show, specializing in American prints, photographs, drawings, watercolors, paintings, and sculpture, 1700–1950; and antique maps, 1500–1880.

24 East 78th Street New York, New York 10075 (212) 628-9760   Fax: (212) 628-9635 website: www.gpgallery.com American paintings and sculpture, including classic Western, Hudson River School, Impressionism, The Eight, The Taos Society, and American Modernism.

Booth 9 OLDE HOPE ANTIQUES, INC.

Booth 3 RONALD PHILLIPS LTD

PO Box 718 New Hope, Pennsylvania 18938 115 East 72nd St. New York, New York 10021 (215) 297-0200 Patrick Bell & Edwin Hild website: www.oldehope.com email: info@oldehope.com Exceptional examples of American Folk and Decorative Arts.

26 Bruton Street London W1J 6QL United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7493 2341 website: www.ronaldphillipsantiques.com email: advice@ronaldphillips.co.uk 18th- and 19th-century English furniture.

Booth 46 PETER PAP ORIENTAL RUGS, INC.

Booth 23 FRANK & BARBARA POLLACK AMERICAN ANTIQUES & ART

1225 Main Street Dublin, New Hampshire 03444 (603) 563-8717   Fax: (603) 563-7158 470 Jackson Street San Francisco, California 94111 (415) 956-3300 Fax: (415) 956-3320 Peter B. Pap, President website: www.peterpap.com email: info@peterpap.com Oriental rugs produced by Nomads, village weavers, and urban and village workshops, dating from the 17th through the early 20th centuries.

1214 Green Bay Road Highland Park, Illinois 60035 By appointment: (847) 433-2213 Barbara Pollack website: antiquesandfineart.com/bpollack email: barbarapollack@comcast.net Specializing in American decorative arts; naïve folk paintings, painted furniture, textiles, pottery, folk art, and related accessories of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.

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Booth 1 STEPHEN SCORE, INC.

480 Park Avenue New York, New York 10022 (212) 752-6166 Joan Boening, President; Edward Munves, Chairman; Marci Leggette, Manager; James Boening, Director website: www.jrobinson.com email: info@jrobinson.com Antique jewelry, silver, porcelain, and glass, along with handmade sterling silver reproductions.

73 Chestnut Street Boston, Massachusetts 02108 (617) 227-9192  Fax: (617) 227-6197 email: stephen.score@verizon.net Specializing in 18th- through early 20th-century American Folk Art, Stephen Score, Inc. offers paintings, furniture, sculpture, and textiles that speak to the art and passion of their makers and to the joy, timeless truths, and surprisingly contemporary originality to be found in them today.

Booth 24 DAVID A. SCHORSCH~EILEEN M. SMILES AMERICAN ANTIQUES

Booth 27 S. J. SHRUBSOLE CORPORATION

104 East 57th Street New York, New York 10022 26 East 81st Street New York, New York 10028 (212) 753-8920   Fax: (212) 754-5192 Timothy Martin, James McConnaughy, Benjamin Miller & Karin Shrubsole website: www.shrubsole.com email: inquiries@shrubsole.com English and American silver, 1450 to 1920; jewelry, 1750 to the present.

358 Main Street South Woodbury, Connecticut 06798 (203) 263-3131   Fax: (203) 263-2622 website: www.schorsch-smiles.com American decorative arts of the 18th and 19th centuries, specializing in folk art.

Booth 35 SCHWARZ GALLERY

Booth 61 ELLE SHUSHAN

1806 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 (215) 563-4887   Fax: (215) 561-5621 Robert D. Schwarz Jr., President website: www.schwarzgallery.com email: mail@schwarzgallery.com American and European paintings, with an emphasis on Philadelphia artists such as Thomas Eakins, J. F. Peto, Arthur Carles, and members of the Peale family.

1600 Arch Street, Suite 1603 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103 (215) 587-0000   Fax: (215) 587-9199 Elle Shushan website: www.portraitminiatures.com email: elle@portraitminiatures.com Fine portrait miniatures and portrait waxes.

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Booth 48 JAMES ROBINSON, INC.


Booth 43 ROBERT SIMON FINE ART

Booth 33 TAMBARAN

22 East 80th Street, Fourth Floor New York, New York 10075 (212) 288-9712   Fax: (212) 202-4786 website: www.robertsimon.com email: rbs@robertsimon.com Specializing in Old Master paintings and sculpture from Europe and the Americas, with an emphasis on works from the Italian Renaissance and Baroque periods.

5 East 82nd Street New York, New York 10028 (212) 570-0655 website: www.tambaran.com email: tambarangallery@gmail.com 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.

Booth 10 ELLIOTT & GRACE SNYDER

Booth 66 CAROLLE THIBAUT-POMERANTZ

PO Box 598, 37 Undermountain Road South Egremont, Massachusetts 01258 (413) 528-3581   Fax: (413) 528-3586 website: www.elliottandgracesnyder.com email: info@elliottandgracesnyder.com Specializing in 17th- to early 19th-century American furniture and decorative arts with an emphasis on painted furniture, textiles, metalwork, and folk art. Also, early English and Continental lighting, needlework, and ceramics.

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

Booth 65 GALERIE ST. ETIENNE

Booth 42 THROCKMORTON FINE ART, INC.

24 East 57th Street, Suite 802 New York, New York 10019 (212) 245-6734   Fax: (212) 765-8493 website: www.gseart.com email: gallery@gseart.com Founded in 1939. Specializing in American and European self-taught artists, Austrian and German Expressionism. Representing the estates of Anna Mary Robertson (Grandma) Moses and Leonard Baskin.

145 East 57th Street, 3rd Floor New York, New York 10022 (212) 223-1059   Fax: (212) 223-1937 Spencer Throckmorton, President Kraige Block, Director website: www.throckmorton-nyc.com email: info@throckmorton-nyc.com Pre-Columbian sculpture and textiles, Chinese archaic jades and ceramics, tribal art, and vintage photography.

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Booth 56 WARTSKI

39 West Street, PO Box 1609 Litchfield, Connecticut 06759 (860) 567-9693   Fax: (860) 567-8526 website: www.tillouantiques.com email: jeffrey@tillouantiques.com 17th- and 18th-century American and European furniture, antique carpets, American folk art, arms and armor, early African sculpture, pre-Columbian art, Old Master paintings, American paintings and sculpture, classic cars from 1928 to 1934, rare coins, medals, antiquities, Chinese Han and Tang ceramics and bronzes, early American blown glass and pottery, and Native American art.

14 Grafton Street London W1S 4DE United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7493 1141 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7409 7448 Geoffrey Munn, Managing Director Katherine Purcell, Associate Managing Director Kieran McCarthy, Director website: www.wartski.com email: wartski@wartski.com Antique jewelry, works of art by Carl Fabergé, objets de vertu, and antique silver.

Booth 54 RUPERT WACE ANCIENT ART

Booth 5 ROBERT YOUNG ANTIQUES

19 Crown Passage, St James’s London SW1Y 6PP United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7495 1623 website: www.rupertwace.co.uk email: info@rupertwace.co.uk Ancient Egyptian, Classical, Near Eastern, and European antiquities.

68 Battersea Bridge Road London SW11 3AG United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7228 7847 Fax: +44 (0) 20 7585 0489 Robert Young & Josyane Young website: www.robertyoungantiques.com email: office@robertyoungantiques.com Fine country furniture and folk art.

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Booth 53 TILLOU GALLERY


A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE 781 Fifth Avenue • New York City • 10022 • +1.212.752.1727 • alvr.com

Gold and enamel articulated snake necklaces, with ruby eyes. Each can be worn in multiple ways. Swiss, ca. 1840 Lengths: 26 1/4 inches, 20 1/2 inches, 21 inches

Established 1851

Where the Unusual is Usual SM Booth 69


JOHN SINGER SARGENT 1856 - 1925

John Singer Sargent (1856 - 1925) Kate Haven, 1903, Oil on canvas, 26 x 20 inches Inscribed across the top: to Mrs Haven from / John S. Sargent; upper right, 1903

The Crown Building, 730 Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor, New York, New York 10019 www.adelsongalleries.com 212.439.6800 Booth 8


A L E X A N D E R G A L L E R Y. C O M Thomas Cole (1801-1848) Temple of the Sun and Moon (detail), circa 1832 oil on paper mounted on panel 10 7/8 X 13 1/2 inches

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www.mnafineart.com EVERETT SHINN. OPPOSITE: Madison Square and the Dewey Arch: Cross Streets of New York, 1899. Pastel, charcoal, gouache and watercolor on board, 29¼ × 18¼ inches. ABOVE: Broadway, Late in the Afternoon, After Matinee, 1899. Pastel, charcoal, gouache and watercolor on artist’s board, 21¾ × 29½ inches.

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www.mnafineart.com JOHN SINGER SARGENT. OPPOSITE: Mrs. Huth Jackson, 1907. Oil on canvas, 59 × 39 inches. ABOVE: Portrait of Charlotte Cram, 1900. Oil on canvas, 34¾ × 24 inches.

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

John James Audubon (1785-1851), Plate I, “Great American Cock, Male. (Wild Turkey)” from The Birds of America. Edinburgh and London: 1827-38. Engraved by William H. Lizars (1788 – 1859) Aquatint engraving with original hand-coloring. 38 1/2” x 24” (sheet), 49 1/2” x 37” (framed). Framed to full museum specifications. 1016 Madison Avenue New York, NY 10075 212-628-7625

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

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

432 Jackson Street San Francisco, CA 94111 415-788-5115

Galleria I, Suite 2303 5015 Westheimer Houston, TX 77056 713-621-7151


011-3120-623-3103 mail@aronson.com During the Winter Antiques Show also on 646-415-2561 Three Fluted Deep Cupboard Bowls Delft, circa 1735, diameters: 10.5 in. By family legend, the bowls descended through generations of the Hoekstra Family of Frisia, possibly to Wytze K. Hoekstra (1769-1840); The collection of Wouter Willem Hoekstra (1868-1956)

Š PHOTO: FRANK VAN DRIEL

Booth 14


MICHELE BEINY

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

michele@michelebeiny.com Booth 60

T. 212.794.9357 F. 212.772.0119

WWW.MICHELEBEINY.COM

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

Sideboard Designed by Bruce Talbert (1838-81) English, 1875-80 Ebonised mahogany and walnut, with marquetry decoration Height: 127.7 cm Width: 188 cm Depth: 46.5 cm Literature: Bruce Talbert, Fashionable Furniture, 1881, fig. 9 Charles Handley-Read, ‘England 1830-1901’, in Helena Hayward (ed.), World Furniture, 1965, fig. 846, for a walnut and marquetry example of this form supplied in 1873 by Gillow for Bradford Town Hall A further example, by Gillow, is in the collection of the Judges’ Lodgings (Gillow Museum), Lancaster PO Box 6374 London W1A 3UR • tel: +44 (0) 20 7493 0444 • fax: +44 (0) 207 495 0766 • usa tel: (917) 297 2167 email: blairman@blairman.co.uk • www.blairman.co.uk By appointment: Mayfair, London Booth Booth1313


Marshall Fredericks (American, 1908–1998)

Leaping Gazelle, conceived in 1936, cast c. 1988

Specializing in 20th Century American Art 212.535.5096 jb@jonathanboos.com jonathanboos.com

Visit us at Booth 72 Booths 12 & 72

Photo by Josh Nefsky. Design by Russell Hassell

Bronze, 37 inches high, signed


BOWMAN SCULPTURE 6 Duke Street St James’s, London SW1Y 6BN

www.bowmansculpture.com Booth 2


ESTABLISHED 1910

WORKS OF ART • CHINESE ART 16 East 52nd. Street, 10th Floor, New York, NY 10022 Tel: 212-397-2818 • Fax: 212-319-0471 www.rmchait.com • E-mail: info@rmchaitgal.net

RARE PAIR OF FAMILLE VERTE GLAZED BISCUIT PORCELAIN FU LIONS, Kangxi period, AD 1662-1722 Height: 10 ¼ inches An almost identical pair from the historic collection of Augustus the Strong are in the Zwinger Museum, Dresden. Booth 67


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

Gallery at: 67 Jermyn Street, St James’s, London, SW1Y 6NY Correspondence: PO Box 366, REIGATE RH2 2BB, UK Tel: +44 (0)1737 242180, Fax: +44 (0)1737 226236 Email: info@cohenandcohen.co.uk Website: www.cohenandcohen.co.uk

Also Exhibiting at: Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show: 15-21 February 2017 TEFAF Maastricht: 10-19 March 2017

Eggshell Porcelain Yongzheng period Diameters from 6 to 9 inches A small selection of cabinet quality Chinese eggshell porcelain plates, some with ruby back, painted with

Asian Art In London November 2017

Chinese scenes in famille rose or en grisaille.

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P hiliP C olleCk , ltd.

Antique English Furniture & Works of Art

FINE GEORGE II BOOK-MATCHED BURL AND FIGURED WALNUT CHEST ON CHEST RETAINING THE ORIGINAL SHAPED BRACKET FEET

English c.1740 Height: 67” Width: 40” Depth: 22” Mark and Diana Jacoby, Proprietors

Philip Colleck, Ltd.

311 East 58th Street, New York, New York 10022 Showroom 212.486.7600 Cell: 917-692-8855 philipcolleck.com info@philipcolleck.com Booth 37


IRVING RAMSEY WILES (American 1861-1948)

A Summer Day Oil on canvas | 15 x 18 inches Signed Irving R. Wiles lower left

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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Booth 50


THOMAS COULBORN & SONS LTD F INE A NTIQUE F URNITURE AND W ORKS OF A RT

Tudor Renaissance Carved Oak Panel England, circa 1520-45 Width: 23 inches (58.5cm); Height: 17.5 inches (44.5cm); Depth: 2.5 inches (6.5cm) Provenance: Dukes of Richmond, Halnaker House, probably removed circa 1750. Dukes of Richmond, Goodwood House, by 1822, until 1939.

V ESEY M ANOR, S UTTON C OLDFIELD, E NGLAND B72 1QP T EL: +44 (0)121 354 3974 M OBILE: +44 (0)7941 252299 E MAIL: jc@coulborn.com www.coulborn.com

Booth 38


cove

landing

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

AN 18TH CENTURY ITALIAN WALNUT FOLDING CHAIR 29 3/4 INCHES HIGH 28 INCHES WIDE 18 INCHES DEEP

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Daniel Crouch Rare Books

info@crouchrarebooks.com crouchrarebooks.com

London

New York

4 Bury Street St James’s London SW1Y 6AB

24 East 64th Street New York NY 10065

+44 (0)20 7042 0240

+1 (212) 602 1779


didierltd jewelry by artists and designers

Surreal jewels designed by Salvador DALI (Spain, 1904-89) Persistence of Sound telephone earrings; Tree of Life necklace, and ring with hands holding a sphere of diamonds, 1950s

66b Kensington Church Street London W8 4BY, UK Tel: +44 7973 800 415 info@didierltd.com www.didierltd.com Instagram: @didierltd Booth 68


Booth 36


POST-WAR & CONTEMPORARY DESIGN FROM THE UNITED STATES & EUROPE

Rare Pair of Sconces Model 1844

— MAX INGRAND for FONTANA ARTE

— Italy, c. 1960

DONZELLA 17 White Street New York, NY DONZELLA.COM

Photo by Eric McNatt

Booth 40


peter fetterMan gallery c l a S S i c v i n t ag e & M o d e r n f i n e a r t p h o t o g r a p h y

William Helburn, Simone with Whippet, Penn Station, c. 1959. Gelatin silver print.

one of the largest inventories of classic photography in the United States Private Appointments available. 2 5 2 5 M ic h ig a n av e . #a 1 Sa n ta Mon ic a , c a 9 0 4 0 4 w w w.pet e r f et t e r M a n.coM

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38/39 DUKE STREET, ST JAMES’S, LONDON SW1Y 6DF Tel: +44 (0) 20 7839 5666 | Fax: +44 (0) 20 7839 5777 | USA & Canada Tel/Fax: 1 800 270 7951 Email: gallery@peterfiner.com | www.peterfiner.com

A WHEELLOCK HOLSTER PISTOL FROM THE PERSONAL COLLECTION OF KING LOUIS XIII OF FRANCE, CIRCA 1635–40 French. Pearwood, steel, pewter and brass. PROVENANCE King Louis XIII of France; this pistol, with its pair, is numbered 208 in the inventory of the Royal Cabinet d’Armes in the Louvre, completed in 1673. The pair of pistols is again recorded under the number 208 in subsequent inventories completed in 1717 and 1775. The pair to the present pistol is today in the collection of the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore.

Booth 29


Gemini Antiques Ltd. Antique Toy, Bank and Soldier Specialists Booth #45

“Broadway & 5th Avenue” Omnibus by the George Brown Company - Forestville, Ct. - Circa 1875 - 14” Long “Boston” Live Steam Fire Pumper by Schoener - Germany - Circa 1895 - 15” Long

P.O. Box 635, Oldwick, NJ 08858 Leon Weiss: 917-991-7352 or leonweiss@me.com Steven Weiss: 212-729-0011 or sweiss57@me.com Booth 45


GLASS PAST

Italian Glass 1870 - 1970

Glass Past New York Sara Blumberg and Jim Oliveira By Appointment 212.342.2524 glasspast@earthlink.net www.glasspast.com Booth 30


Wei Ligang, Bell Chanting Covering the Shu Pavilion, 2015, ink and acrylic on paper, 38 × 351/2in

61 C ADOGAN SQUARE · LONDON SW1X 0HZ T + 4 4 (0 )207 82 3 1 3 9 5 C ELL +1 917 455 103 5 LONDON@MICHAELGOEDHUIS.COM

Booth 31

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W W W. M I C H A E L G O E D H U I S . C O M


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

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

www.heneage.com Booth 71


Samuel Yellin American Blacksmith

Booth 22


BERNARD GOLDBERG FINE ARTS, LLC 212-813-9797 • By appointment only • www.bgfa.com

January 20–29, 2017 Park Avenue Armory

Booth 22


Works on Paper from the 15th to the 20th century

HILL-STONE — Incorporated —

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

By appointment in New York City n Our 40th year in trade Chambre Syndicale de l’Estampe, du Dessin & du Tableau, Paris

Booth 63


Attributed to

Du nc a n P h y f e

(1770 –1854)

Attributed to Duncan Phyfe (1770–1854), New York. Cellarette in the Neo-Classical Taste, about 1820. Mahogany, with brass castors, hinges, and keyhole escutcheon, 23H in. high, 27H in. wide, 24 in. deep

H&A 7 3 0 F I F T H AV E N U E

Hirschl & Adler N E W YO R K 10 019

212.535.8810

HIRSCHLANDADLER.COM

GALLERY@HIRSCHLANDADLER.COM

Booth 39


ANAT SHIFTAN (Israel, b. 1955) Still Life in White with Lekythos, Branch, Bud and Floral Bowl, 2010 Porcelain 13.75 H x 9 W x 7 D inches 34.9 x 22.9 x 17.8 cm Unique

51 E .10 t h S T R E E T N E W YORK , NY 10 0 03 p hone 212 343 0 471 f a x 212 343 0 47 2 info@hostlerburrows.com w w w.hostlerburrows.com

Booth 26


order of free gArdeners society

The order of free gardeners was a  benefit society that originated in 17th century scotland and spread to America to promote and regulate the gardening profession.  This rare, extraordinary c.1830 apron is colorfully and fantastically embroidered with gardening tools and meaningful symbols.  wool on wool; 30¼ x 23¼ inches. AlwAys interested in purch Asing fine needlework

Forty Ferry Road  Old Saybrook, Connecticut 06475  Tel: 860.388.6809  www.AntiqueSamplers.com  Hubers@AntiqueSamplers.com

Booth 21


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

A Queen Anne Red-Japanned Cabinet on Chest Circa 1710

836 BROADWAY NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10003 www.hydeparkantiques.com For the serious collector and true connoisseur Booth 64

212-477-0033


JAMES INFANTE Specializing in 20th Century Decorative Arts and Design www.jamesinfante.com james@jamesinfante.com By Appointment: 917-864-6780

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 Carl Walters Faience Hippo, New York, 1936

Booth 57


An exceptional carved marble wall fountain comprised of a back plate with stylized dolphins, floral rinceaux and a central “Green Man” mask piped for water, on a lozenge form basin atop a winged mer-child base, Italian, ca. 1900. 65 ins. high, 52 ins. wide, 19 ins. deep. 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 52


KENTSHIRE.COM

Booth 47


K E S H I S H I A N

Monkey Business, rare embroidered hanging, early 20th-century.

73 PIMLICO ROAD, LONDON SW1W 8NE. TEL.020 7730 8810 NEW YORK TEL. 212 956 1586 info@keshishiancarpets.com www.keshishiancarpets.com Booth 58


Extraordinary Tiger Maple Pie Safe From Randolph County, Virginia (now West Virginia) Circa 1835 Original painted tin panels Excellent condition H: 84"; W: 48"; D: 22"

KELLY

KINZLE 717.495.3395

kellykinzle@comcast.net

Visit us online at KellyKinzleAntiques.com Booth 19


LEBRETON

3307 SACRAMENTO STEET SAN FRANCISCO, CA 94118 PHONE 415 2918484 LEBRETONGALLERY.COM Booth 75


24 East 84th Street • New York, NY 10028 212-628-7088 • www.levygalleries.com Monday-Friday 10:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and by appointment We will also be open the following Saturdays: January 14, 21, and 28.

IMPORTANT SHERATON BOWED FRONT SIDEBOARD Labeled by Joseph Rawson and Sons Providence, Rhode Island Circa 1815 Reference: Illustrated in American Antiques from Israel Sack Collection, Number 1283, Volume 2, page 547; Illustrated in William C. Ketchum, Jr., American Cabinetmakers, pages 275-276; also illustrated in Bernard & S. Dean Levy, Inc. Catalogue XII - May 2002, page 32, and illustrated and discussed in Eleanore Bradford Monahan, "The Rawson Family of Cabinetmakers in Providence, Rhode Island", The Magazine Antiques, July 1980, page 141.

Booth 7


Booth 70


Specializing in 20th Century Fine Art and Design

George Nakashima | Double Pedestal Desk | American Black Walnut | 1981 | USA

Lost City Arts • 18 Cooper Square • New York, NY • 212-375-0500 • www.lostcityarts.com

Booth 32


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Colors of Nature in Blue +Green

JOAN B MIRVISS LTD

JAPANESE ART Antique - Contemporary 39 East 78th Street, 4th Floor | New York NY 10075 Telephone 212 799 4021 | www.mirviss.com Booth 6


125

Booth 44


SPECIALISTS IN AMERICAN ART FROM 1700 TO 1950 AND OLD MAPS FROM 1500 TO 1880

Ethel Mars (1876-1959 ) In the Garden. White-line color woodcut, 1916.

One of the most beautiful woodcuts by Ethel Mars we have seen.

INC. OVER 100 YEARS OF BUYING, SELLING AND BUILDING AMERICAN ART COLLECTIONS

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

Booth 20


P.O. Box 718, New Hope, PA 18938-0718 115 E. 72nd St., New York, NY 10021 By Appointment in NYC and New Hope 215-297-0200 • info@oldehope.com oldehope.com

Booth 9


Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc. DISTINCTIVE ANTIQUE RUGS SINCE 1976

Kazak Caucasus 3rd Quarter, 19th Century 5' 1" x 7' 10" Great Kazak rugs, woven in thick lustrous wool pile, are renowned for their purity of color and design. This exceptionally colorful rug has an unusual double-dyed green field, framed by a classic yellow ‘crab’ border. The field contains a column of three large diamonds, surrounded by a constellation of small geometric elements, which shine against the deep green ground.

The John Corwin Collection February 11 – March 10, 2017 San Francisco An exhibition and sale of one of the most important groups of Afshar rugs, bags and trappings ever assembled, including select rugs from other private collections.

470 Jackson Street San Francisco, California 415.956.3300 Monday – Saturday 10 to 5

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

inquiries @ peterpap.com

View over 1,000 rugs online www.peterpap.com

Booth 46


GERALD PETERS GALLERY

PAT LIPSKY, Wooster, 1974, acrylic on canvas. Images © 2016 GP Gallery

GEORGIA O’KEEFFE, Abstraction, modeled 1946, white lacquered bronze

24 EAST 78TH STREET, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10075 | (212) 628-9760 | WWW.GPGALLERY.COM

Booth 73


RONALD PHILLIPS FINE ANTIQUE ENGLISH FURNITURE

THE ELVASTON CASTLE MIRRORS 26 BRUTON STREET, LONDON W1J 6QL +44 (0)207 493 2341 ADVICE @ RONALDPHILLIPS.CO.UK

Booth 3


RONALD PHILLIPS FINE ANTIQUE ENGLISH FURNITURE

A PAIR OF GEORGE II GILTWOOD MIRRORS ATTRIBUTED TO BENJAMIN GOODISON

RONALDPHILLIPSANTIQUES.COM Booth 3


Frank & Barbara Pollack American Antiques & Art

1214 Green Bay Road, Highland Park, IL 60035 Tel: 847.433.2213 Cell: 847.922.5141 barbarapollack@comcast.net www.antiquesandfineart.com/bpollack

A Patriotic Quilt Commemorating the Signing of the Armistace of the First World War Made by “Mrs C F Shank” of Myersville, Maryland in 1918. She states: “War Declared on Germany by the U.S. April 6, 1917, ends Nov. 11, 1918. Peace was signed in this car.” To show the celebration of life and peace following the war, Lydia Shank included the full figure of Uncle Sam and the railway carraige where the signing took place. 91" x 81"

Booth 23


INC. ESTABLISHED 1912

Antique Jewelry ~ Silver ~ Objets ~ Porcelain ~ Glass

Nineteenth Century Jewelry

480 PARK AVENUE at 58th STREET NEW YORK, NY 10022 • (212) 752-6166

NANTUCKET 2 S. Beach Street 508.825.8909

info@j robin so n. co m

NEW YORK 480 Park Avenue 212.752.6166

NANTUCKET 2 S. Beach Street 508.825.8909

info@jrobinson.com Booth 48


Personally Selected Rarities for Museums and Private Collectors

David A. Schorsch~Eileen M. Smiles

American Antiques

ANTIQUARIAN EQUITIES, INC. 358 MAIN STREET SOUTH, WOODBURY, CT 06798 TELEFAX: 203-263-2622 TELEPHONE: 203-263-3131 WWW. SCHORSCH-SMILES.COM EMAIL: CONTACT@SCHORSCH-SMILES.COM Booth 24


John Frederick Peto twenty dollar Bill , 1889

One of only four known works by Peto centering on US Treasury notes, this previously unknown painting embodies the artist’s unique contribution to nineteenth century American trompe l’oeil still-life painting.

mail @ schwarzgallery.com

1806 Chestnut Street Philadelphia PA 19103 215 563 4887 www.schwarzgalle Art Dealers Association of America; Art and Antiques Dealers League of America; C

215 563 4887 Booth 35


Stephen Score inc Boston, MA • 617.227.9192 • stephen.score@verizon.net

Booth 1


A Unique Fully Hallmarked James I Silver-Gilt & Sardonyx Tankard London, 1620 • by TB • Height: 8"

S. J. Shrubsole 104 East 57th Street, New York, NY 10022 • 26 East 81st Street, New York, NY 10028 Tel: (212) 753-8920 • E-mail: inquiries@shrubsole.com • www.shrubsole.com Booth 27


Bettina von Zwehl (b.1971) The Sessions, no. 44, 2016 Piezographic print on wove paper with deckle edges 26 x 21cm

Bettina von Zwehl (b.1971) The Sessions, no. 44, 2016 Piezographic print on wove paper with deckle edges 26 x 21cm

Booth 61


ROBERT SIMON FINE ART

Ottavio Vannini (florence, 1585–1644) An Allegory of Meditation or Philosophy Oil on canvas, 26 x 20½ in. (66 x 52.5 cm.)

Exhibiting at Winter Antiques Show 22 east 80th street, new york, ny 10075 t: 212.288.9712

Booth number 43

rbs @ robertsimon.com www.robertsimon.com

Booth 43


Rarities of the 17th Century

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

Booth 10


GALERIE ST. ETIENNE Representing the Estates of Leonard Baskin and Anna Mary Robertson (“Grandma”) Moses

24 West 57th Street, New York, N.Y. 10019 212-245-6734 gallery@ gseart.com www.gseart.com

Leonard Baskin. Seated Figure with Bird. Circa 1985. Laminated cherry wood. Stamped on the back. 36ʹʹ× 18ʹʹ (91.4 × 45.7 cm). © The Estate of Leonard Baskin

Booth 65


Booth 33


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 neW York: By Appointment Only Tel: (212) 759-6048

A rts D ecorAtifs

carolle@ctpdecorativearts.com

p Apiers p eints A nciens pAris: Sur Rendez-Vous Tel: (33-6) 09 05 35 98

Pair of Art Deco over-door panels Wood-block printed, highlighted in silver leaf. Charles H. Geoffroy manufacture, France, ca. 1925

“Descartes” Desk, 2014 Mattia Bonetti Editions David Gill, limited to 8 +2P +2AP

2-4 King Street • London SW1Y 6QP • contact: Daniel Malarkey +44 203 195 6600 • daniel@davidgillgallery.com Booth 66


THROC KMORTON FINE ART

AZTEC

Anthropomorphic Tur tle

1350-1520 CE, Limestone, W: 13 in.

(Ex. Collec tion Milton M. Brinbaum, Los Angeles, CA, 1971)

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 42


Chippendale Block-Front Secretary Connecticut River Valley, Possibly Northampton-Springfield Area. Ca. 1760-1775. Cherry, white pine secondary wood. Fine condition, retaining the original flame finials. One replaced backboard on uppercase, replaced brass with minor shrinkage cracks to feet which are all original. The top portion has a closed bonnettop above tombstone raised panel doors opening to a fitted interior resting on the desk top with waist molding. The lower portion has a slant-top desk lid opening to an amphitheater interior with valences above blocked drawers flanking a fan-carved central prospect door, all above four graduated blocked-front drawers supported by conforming bracket feet. Rare to find New England secretaries made from native cherry wood. Provenance: Private Collection, Roxbury, CT, purchased, 1997. 92”h (top finial), 38 3/4”w (case), 22 1/2”d

PETER TILLOU JEFFREY TILLOU

TILLOUGALLERY.COM On the Green, 39 West Street, Box 1609 Litchfield, Connecticut 06759 860-567-9693 jeffrey@tillouantiques.com Hours: Monday and Wednesday through Saturday: 10:30am to 5:00pm; Sunday: 11:00am to 4:30pm

Booth 53


EGYPTIAN BRONZE FIGURE OF MAAT Third Intermediate Period-Late Dynastic Period 21st–26th Dynasty, 1075–525 BC Height: 17.9 cm Provenance: Private collection Switzerland, acquired 1980

19 Crown Passage, St James’s London SW1Y 6PP Tel: +44 (0)20 7495 1623 info@rupertwace.co.uk www.rupertwace.co.uk

Booth 54


www.robertyoungantiques.com

Booth 5


BY APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN JEWELLERS WARTSKI, LONDON

BY APPOINTMENT TO H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES JEWELLERS WARTSKI, LONDON

Established1865 1865 Established

A gold clock by Carl Fabergé in the Louis XV taste and emblematic of the Roman poet Virgil’s “Tempus Fugit, Semper Amici” (Time flies but love remains) The fluted column is decorated with opaque white and opalescent pink enamel stripes and the dial surmounted with lover’s knots and garlanded with roses, sacred to Venus. The whole is supported on a white marble base and surmounted by an Arcadian altar of love Chief workmaster: Henrik Wigström. St Petersburg, 1903-1908. Shown life size.

14 GRAFTON STREET LONDON W1S 4DE

wartski@wartski.com wartski@wartski.com Booth 56

TEL: +44 +44 (0) (0) 20 20 7493 7493 1141 1141 TEL:

www.wartski.com www.wartski.com


BY APPOINTMENT TO HER MAJESTY THE QUEEN JEWELLERS WARTSKI, LONDON

Established 1865

BY APPOINTMENT TO H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES JEWELLERS WARTSKI, LONDON

Three platinum and gem-set Art Deco bracelets, c.1935. Shown life size.

14 GRAFTON STREET LONDON W1S 4DE

wartski@wartski.com

TEL: +44 (0) 20 7493 1141

www.wartski.com Booth 56


2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW

VETTING COMMITTEE Co-Chairs JOAN BOENING  ALICE LEVI DUNCAN  KIM HOSTLER  ROBERT YOUNG Armin B. Allen Alan Andersen Harry Apter Robert D. Aronson Craig Basmajian Eric W. Baumgartner Michele Beiny Harkins Carlo Bella Nancy Bialler Dilys E. Blum Sara Blumberg Joan Boening Graham Boettcher Giovanni Bucchi Russell Buskirk Steven J. Chait Sarah Coffin Michael Cohen Paul E. Cohen Thomas Colville Wendy A. Cooper Sean Corcoran Wes Cowan Kirtland H. Crump Leon J. Dalva Allan L. Daniel Barbara E. Deisroth Ulysses Grant Dietz John I. Dintenfass Dennis R. Dodds Alice Levi Duncan Consuelo W. Dutschke Linda Eaton James Elkind Jackie Fay Stuart P. Feld Daniel Finamore Mimi Findlay Peter Findlay Peter Finer Jim Francis Michael Frost Ronald Fuchs II

Jennifer Garland Ross Jasper Gaunt Judith Glass Dessa Goddard Joseph Goddu Stacy Goodman James B. Godfrey Titi Halle Gregory Hedberg Ariel Herrmann Edwin Hild Sandra Hindman Erica Hirshler Stacy C. Hollander Kim Hostler Robert Hunter Ryoichi Iida Barbara Israel Mark Jacoby Harmer Johnson Margot Johnson Daile Kaplan Bernie Karr Brian Kathenes Marybeth Keene Brian Kish Deborah E. Kraak Simeon Lagodich Martin P. Levy Michele Majer DeWitt Mallary Richard C. Malley Katherine Martin Tim Martin Lark Mason John Metcalfe Ellen G. Miles Mary Cheek Mills Joan B. Mirviss Henry C. Monahan Edward Munves Kirk J. Nelson Robert K. Newman

Lindsy R. Parrott Simon Phillips Barbara Pollack Leslie Ransick Gat Richard Rasso Simon Redburn Ann-Marie Richard Miguel Saco Paul Schaffer Peter L. Schaffer Paul Schaffer David A. Schorsch Larry Shar Cameron M. Shay Elle Shushan Rand Silver Robert Simon Peter Smorto Jonathan Snellenburg Grace Snyder Elliott Snyder Douglas B. Stock Alan N. Stone Christopher Swan Peter Tillou Mark M. Topalian James W. Tottis Jonathan Trace Cornelis Van Horne Anthony Victoria Rupert Wace Roberta Waddell Meredith Ward Michael Ward Mark West Gerard Widdershoven Roger Wieck Robert W. Wilkins Adam M. Williams Gerold M. Wunderlich Janet Zapata (List in formation)

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 2017 Winter Antiques Show. Each Vetting Committee member represents himself or herself and does not represent or act as an agent of any institution or business. The process of vetting assures the purchaser that every item offered at the Winter Antiques Show has been authenticated through careful professional scrutiny, satisfies all vetting guidelines, and is accurately described on its label. As in years past, each exhibitor personally backs each item sold at the Winter Antiques Show with a certificate of guarantee and bill of sale, which includes full particulars of the item as found on the descriptive label. The discerning public may make this purchase with complete confidence. East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show Committee wish to thank the individuals listed above as well as all who have given their time and expertise in these procedures.

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Jessie Arms Botke (1883-1971)

Black Peacocks, c. 1930. Oil on canvas on board. 32 x 26 inches. Signed lower right: Jessie Arms Botke.

By appointment only • 170 Pequot Avenue • Southport, Connecticut 06890 • p. 203. 255. 2281 aallc@dsparker.com • AssociatedArtists.net 152


Everett Shinn

(1876–1953)

Rehearsal of the Ballet, c. 1905 Oil on canvas, 17½ x 26½ inches Signed at lower right: Everett Shinn

Visit us at the gallery during the Winter Antiques Show

Menconi + Schoelkopf 13 e 69 st, nyc 10021

212 879 8815

info@msfineart.com 153

www.msfineart.com

by appointment


JOHN MITCHELL

A R E D I S C OV E R E D M A S T E R P I E C E

Alfred Stevens (1823-1906) Nouvelles de l’absent, or Mappemonde

SPECIALISTS IN THE WORK OF ALFRED STEVENS

oil on canvas, 25 x 16 inches signed lower left, ‘A. Stevens’ Painted in 1869

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FINE PAINTINGS EST 1931

17 Avery Row, Brook Street, London W1K 4BF Telephone +44 (0) 20 7493 7567 james@ johnmitchell.net www.johnmitchell.net


Kees

van

Dongen (1910-1988) | Le Polo a Deauville | oil/canvas | 25

w a l ly f i n d l ay g a l l e r i e s

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is pleased to announce the acquisition of

a merger that reunites two branches of an iconic

147- year

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d av i d f i n d l ay j r g a l l e ry

old family art business .

Specializing in Impressionism, European Modernism, l’École de Rouen, l’École de Paris and 20th Century American Art With Exclusive Representation of Contemporary Artists and Artist Estates

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10019 · (212) 421 5390 pa l m b e a c h , f l o r i d a 33480 ∙ (561) 655 2090 155 w w w . f i n d l ay g a l l e r i e s . c o m

EST. 1870

ART FINDLAY


Save the date for 2017

27 June – 2 July 2017 Preview 26 June For details & tickets visit www.olympia-art-antiques.com

Featuring

Olympia London, Hammersmith Road, Kensington, London W14 8UX Image courtesy of J.M Baptista, ArtAncient and Anthony Fell

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American Furniture & Decorative Arts Saturday, March 4, 2017

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63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA

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508.970.3200

Selections from an extensive collection of 18th centiry canes and walking sticks

Boston

Marlborough

Miami

New York

www.skinnerinc.com MA LIC. 2304

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Over 25,000 square feet of beautiful objects from 18th Century to Mid-Century Modern.

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73960 El Paseo, Palm Desert, CA 92260 158 t.760.862.0021 f.760.862.0051


American & European Works of Art Friday, January 27, 2017

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63 Park Plaza, Boston, MA

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508.970.3206

Thomas Moran (American, 1837-1926) Autumn Woods, alternately titled Yosemite Landscape

Boston

Marlborough 159 Miami

New York

www.skinnerinc.com MA LIC. 2304


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Alphonse Mucha, Biscuits Champagne Lefèvre-Utile, 1896. Estimate $12,000 to $18,000.

Alphonse Mucha & Masters of Art Nouveau The Harry C. Meyerhoff Collection

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Designed and Co-Curated by David Korins, the set designer of Hamilton, the Tony Award-winning musical.

Alexander Hamilton:

The Iris Schwartz Collection

The American Folk Art

An Important Family Archive

of American Silver: Hull and

Collection from Dr. Ralph

of Letters and Manuscripts

Sanderson to Ubaldo Vitali

and Sue Katz

Auction 18 January

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Auction 21 January

The Highly Important

Important Americana

Property from the

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EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT PROVIDING EDUCATION, INNOVATION AND RESULTS

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COLLEGE

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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.

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East Side House Settlement Board of Managers

2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW

Chairman Philip L. Yang Jr. President Thomas H. Remien

East Side House Settlement Programs

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

Community Initiative

East Side House Partner Schools

ReadNYC Elementary Schools Early Childhood Services

PS 30 Wilton

Pre-Kindergarten Program

PS 43 Jonas Bronck School

Lorri J. Ahl Lucinda Ballard Debra Del Vecchio Marvena Edmond William S. Elder Fay Gambee Mrs. Thomas Shircliff Glover Thaddeus I. Gray Wendy Holmes Barclay G. Jones III Mrs. Leslie Keno Stephen J. Ketchum George G. King Arie L. Kopelman Michael R. Lynch Robert L. Meyer The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr. Mrs. Emily Israel Pluhar Robert Pondiscio Andrew P. Siff Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Mrs. Charles F. Smithers Mrs. Ruth H. Smithers Richard Ziegelasch

Head Start

PS 49 Willis Avenue

Day Care

PS 154 Jonathan D. Hyatt

Honorary Members Robert F.R. Ballard* Mario Buatta Mrs. Roland W. Donnem Ms. Christine Janis Executive Director Daniel Diaz

Parent Engagement Services

PS 179 Young Adult and Adult Services

PS 369 Young Leaders Elementary School

Social Services Program

Urban Scholars Community School

Senior Citizens Program Youth and Adult Educational Services Program

Middle Schools

Financial Literacy Program

The School for Inquiry and Social Justice

Workforce Development

The Angelo Patri Middle School

Entrada Academy

PS 18 Park Terrace Community Technology Services

Urban Institute of Mathematics

Computer Classes

School in the Square

Certification in Microsoft Office High Schools Elementary and Youth Services

Mott Haven Village Preparatory High School

Attendance Improvement/ Dropout Prevention

Bronx Haven High School

After-school and Evening Educational Programs

Alfred E. Smith Campus Young Adult Borough Center Herbert H. Lehman High School Campus

Post-secondary Planning & Readiness

George Washington Young Adult Borough Center

Community Schools

High School for Excellence and Innovation

Summer Day Camp

Mott Haven Community High School Bronx Design and Construction Academy Health Opportunities High School School for Tourism and Hospitality

Associate Executive Directors Khristofer Harrison Natalie Lozada

College CUNY Bronx Community College

*Past President

CUNY Hostos Community College CUNY Borough of Manhattan Community College

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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 individual annual gifts, bequests, and other forms of creative giving. Our intention is to recognize and honor generous donors whose contributions are vital to the fulfillment of our mission and to the continued legacy of philanthropy, which has benefited East Side House for more than one hundred years. Members of the Heritage Society are invited to special seminars with a wide range of topics as well as special events, including those associated with the Winter Antiques Show. For a brochure and more detailed infomation, please contact Daniel Diaz, Executive Director of East Side House Settlement: telephone (718) 665-5250; fax (718) 585-1433; or email: DDiaz@eastsidehouse.org.

Philanthropist ($250,000 and over) ANONYMOUS  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) MICHAEL BANK  MR. & MRS. CARL S. FORSYTHE III  MICHAEL GLEISSNER RICHARD B. HOLLAMAN  STEPHEN J. KETCHUM  ARIE L. KOPELMAN  JAMES F. McCOLLOM JR. THE HONORABLE EUGENE OLIVER JR.  GEORGE D. O’NEILL  THOMAS REMIEN & MARY ANNE HUNTING

Friend ($10,000 to $24,999) Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Ames Jonathan Brandt Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Breck Frank Brunckhorst Mario Buatta Margaret M. Clucas Marina Rust Connor Robert A. Constable Mrs. Roland W. Donnem John G. Duffy Lindsay Gruber Dunham Pamela Fiori Jean Fleischhacker Karen Kemp Glover Frances Goodwin Susan Gordon Thaddeus I. Gray Mimi & Peter Haas Fund Wendy Holmes Christine Janis Paul Tudor Jones Mr. & Mrs. Mark Elliot Kingdon Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Kolman Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Kravis Valerie Anne Krieger Anuj Malhotra

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Stephen J. McCarthy Robert Meyer Morgan Stanley Dolores O’Brien Miller Peter Muller Mr. & Mrs. James N. Noonan Sally Phipps Emily Israel Pluhar Alexander & Suzanne Rhea Foundation Francesco Scattone Mark Schienberg Debora H. Schnappauf Andrew P. Siff Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Harvey Silverman Ruth Hall Smithers Nancy F. Solomon William W. Stahl Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Wachenheim Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kingman Weld Glenn E. Whitmore

Daniel Crouch Rare Books

Supporter ($25,000 to $49,999) Dr. Darrick E. Antell Mr. & Mrs. Robert F. R. Ballard William Callanan Christopher J. Carrera Caxton Associates LP Kevin Cottrell Peter D’Angelo David L. Duffy & Marcelline Thomson Fay Gambee Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association Richard Green Sven Hsia Chandra Jessee David Long Elizabeth Valk Long Michael R. Lynch Jack C. McAlinden Estate of Cleo Lawson Mitchell John H. Reilly Jr. Candida Romanelli Estate of Joseph D. Ryle Stephen R. Seiter Jeffrey M. Siegal Peter & Lenore Standish Rodney Strickland Joan P. Young


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Foundations, Trusts, and Corporations East Side House Settlement would like to thank the following foundations, trusts, and corporations for their generous support in 2016.

$100,000 or more CLARK FOUNDATION ROBIN HOOD FOUNDATION THE PINKERTON FOUNDATION TIGER FOUNDATION $25,000 or more FRANCES L. & EDWIN L. CUMMINGS MEMORIAL FUND HAGEDORN FUND GLADYS AND ROLAND HARRIMAN FOUNDATION TEAGLE FOUNDATION TZELL AND PROTRAVEL FOUNDATION $10,000 or more ROSE M. BADGELEY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION HENRY AND LUCY MOSES FUND NEUBERGER BERMAN FOUNDATION TANAKA MEMORIAL FOUNDATION $5,000 or more THEODORE H. BARTH FOUNDATION COLGATE-PALMOLIVE EPSTEIN TEICHER PHILANTHROPIES HYDE AND WATSON FOUNDATION MUFG FOUNDATION


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Individual and Group Gifts President’s Circle ($5,000 or more)

Donors ($500 to $999)

Mr. & Mrs. John Kippax

Kevin Cottrell

Mr. & Mrs. James P. Barrow

Brandon LaBanca

Mr. & Mrs. Marvin H. Davidson

Richard B. Barthelmes

David Lester

Debra Del Vecchio

Jerry Carle

Susan E. Lynch

Thaddeus I. Gray

Mrs. John Deming

Carolyn C. Maness

Teresa F. Heinz

Dr. Christopher Fletcher

Susan Mar

Wendy Holmes

Mr. & Mrs. Brian Kelly

Byran Pantages

Barclay G. Jones III

Mr. & Mrs. Deane Leonard

Perriello’s Cantina LLC

Julie Kammerer

Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Loening

Sandra S. Pershing

Robert Meyer

Fred G. Mann

Julie Porter

Thomas H. Remien & Mary Anne Hunting

Jacqueline Mars

Mildred Roxborough

Ronald Mayne

Dr. & Mrs. John C. Ruttenberg

Lily Safra

Mr. & Mrs. Robert P. Rittereiser

Laurence T. Sorkin

Francesco Scattone Philip L. Yang Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William L. Zeckendorf

Mr. & Mrs. Robert D. Krinsky

Mr. & Mrs. Arthur Stainman Associates ($100 to $499)

Jamie Sterne Thomas Strauss

Alfred M. Abate Sustainers ($2,500 to $4,999)

Mr. & Mrs. Edwin Adler Mr. & Mrs. Michael Nash Ambler

Friends ($1 to $99)

Renee Boyd

Christine Angelakis

Jill Bossert

William Elder

Ann E. Bobroff

Henry G. Cadra

Ay Whang Hsia

Edward Bousa

Jimy Dominique

Richard E. Kolman

Mr. & Mrs. Colin G. Campbell

Ray Frankel

Elizabeth Locke

Jerry Chen

Patricia Noonan Gallagher

Emily Israel Pluhar

Steven Estok

Mr. & Mrs. Todd Henderson

Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Wachenheim

Susan Fenelli

Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Levine

Mr. & Mrs. James J. Finn

Mr. & Mrs. Holt Massey

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

Mr. & Mrs. Robert R. Gambee

Mr. & Mrs. Simon D. Metz

Mr. & Mrs. David A. Grogan

David L. Rosenfeld

Lucinda C. Ballard

Elizabeth S. Stillinger Guthman

Helena Scanlon

Stephanie B. Clark

Campbell Hand

Adam Sheer

Mr. & Mrs. John R. Curtis

Jeff Harris

Peter Smith

Mr. & Mrs. David B. Ford

Mr. & Mrs. Mark Higgins

Mr. & Mrs. Timothy G. Terrell

Fay Gambee

Sally H. Hollaman

Mr. & Mrs. Joel Wald

Karen Kemp Glover

Joan B Mirviss LTD

Charles Worrell

Mr. & Mrs. Amos B. Hostetter Arie L. Kopelman Anne McAlinden Mr. & Mrs. Gerald R. Noonan Diana Prince Mrs. Arthur Ross Andrew P. Siff Linda Sylling

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East Side House Settlement 125th Anniversary Scholarship Fund Honoring John A. Sanchez For twenty-eight years, John A. Sanchez has led East Side House’s exponential growth in service to residents of the nation’s poorest congressional district. Thanks to his leadership, the organization’s services now spread to twenty-eight sites and reach over 10,000 individuals each year, helping each of them—and their families—to lead more fulfilling lives. Celebrating its 125th anniversary, East Side House continues to build on its commitment to strengthen communities in need. As a reflection of this commitment, the East Side House Settlement 125th Anniversary Scholarship Fund Honoring John A. Sanchez has been established to expand educational opportunities for exceptional students in the Bronx and northern Manhattan. A source of hope and help for motivated young people, the fund will be a fitting legacy for John A. Sanchez, whose dedication to community service, innovative leadership, and achievement already have impacted the lives of thousands. Any contribution would be most welcome! East Side House Settlement 337 Alexander Avenue Bronx, New York 10454 Telephone: (718) 665-5250 Fax: (718) 585-1433 www.eastsidehouse.org A copy of the latest report for East Side House Settlement is available on request from the Office of Charities Registration, New York State, Department of State, Albany, New York 12231. 173


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Winter Feature Auction Saturday, February 11 - Americana & Folk Art Sunday, February 12 - Fine Art & Antiques Featuring a private collection of rare and important Americana & folk art. All offered without reserve.

IMPORTANT NEWPORT CHEST - 18th c. Townsend-Goddard Block and Shell Mahogany Chippendale Chest, circa 1770, Newport, Rhode Island, 32 1/2” H x 38 1/2” x 20 1/4” Est. $100,00 - 150,000

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IMPORTANT AMERICAN FOLK ART FAMILY PORTRAIT - A Prosperous Family of Five, oil on canvas, circa 1820s, 51” x 83 3/4” Est. $80,000 - $100,000

RARE 19TH C. WEATHERVANE - American Fire Engine Steam Pumper Weathervane. 31” x 88 1/2” x 7” (56” tall on stand). Est. $40,000 - 60,000

SIDEWALK TRADE FIGURE - American Minstrel Figure of “Jim Crow” or “Daddy Rice”, the “Dancing Negro” theatrical character. 52” x 12” x 12” (70” overall) . Est. $125,000 - 175,000 179


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REMBRANDT VAN RIJN (dutch 1606-1669) LANDSCAPE WITH A SQUARE TOWER 1650. Etching and drypoint 3 1/2 x 6 3/16 in. (8.9 x 15.7cm) [Bartsch 218; New Hollstein 250, late impression of the third state of three] $25,000-35,000 JOSEPH VICTOR CHEMIN (french 1825-1901) HOUND WITH HARE Signed ‘Chemin’; also dated and inscribed, bronze with verdigris patina Height: 43 3/4 in. (111.1cm) $20,000-30,000

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THE FINE ART AUCTION APRIL 22, 2017 Consignments Invited Sold: $102,500 Vittorio Matteo Corcos "Due Damme Eleganti"

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IMPORTANT AMERICAN FURNITURE, FOLK ART AND SILVER AUCTION · January 20, 2017

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Mark of Tiffany & Co., New York, 1878 with French import marks Estimate: $40,000–60,000

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Vincent Sellaer (Flemish, 1490-1564), The Virgin and Child with Saint Elizabeth and Other Members of the Holy Family Oil on canvas, 39 1/2 x 46 1/2 inches. Est: $30,000-50,000 Pair of George IV Irish Sterling Silver Covered Soup Tureens, William Nolan, Dublin, 1827, Length over handles 16 inches, total approx. 298 ounces. Est: $20,000-30,000

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Shop the world’s finest art and design by design masters of the 18th through the 21st-century, from the world’s finest dealers (and we don’t charge commission). Interior Designers & Architects are invited to join our In the Trade program. Clockwise from top left: Two-Piece Hackensack Cupboard with Extensive “Matchstick” Detail, c. 1825, offered by Elliott & Grace Snyder Antiques; Rare Federal Octagonal Work Table Attributed to Duncan Phyfe, New York, c. 1805, offered by Bernard & S. Dean Levy; Robert Scott, Waiho Table, UK, 2015, offered by Todd Merrill Studio; Rare Cast Iron and Copper Ship Weathervane, c. 1880, offered by Jeffrey Tillou Antiques; Tiffany Studios “Wire Mesh Poppy” Lamp, c. 1900, offered by Macklowe Gallery; Philadelphia Dressing Table, c. 1770, offered by Kelly Kinzle; Jane Peterson (1876–1965), Venice, 1916–20, Gouache on Paper, offered by Hirschl & Adler;

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Clockwise from top left: Edward Henry Potthast (1857–1927), Ladies in White Dresses, c. 1910–20s, Oil on Canvas, offered by Gerald Peters Gallery; Cantilevered Chair by Samuel A. Marx, c. 1944, offered by Liz O’Brien; Art Deco Ruby and Diamond Bracelet by Drayson, London, late 1930s, offered by A La Vieille Russie; Military Figure Trade Sign, c. 1870, offered by Allan Katz Americana; Harry Bertoia Sculpture Screen, 1959, offered by Lost City Arts; “Dayrest” #1729 by T. H. Robsjohn-Gibbings, c. 1954, offered by Donzella; Sgraffito Decorated Redware Plate Attributed to Conrad Mumbour (1761–1845), 1810, offered by David A. Schorsch - Eileen M. Smiles American Antiques; George II Walnut and Parcel Gilt Mirror, c. 1870, offered by Hyde Park Antiques.

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2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Catherine Sweeney Singer Executive Director, Winter Antiques Show  In the Show’s sixty-third year, we welcome sixty-four continuing exhibitors as well as David Gill Gallery, Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, Lebreton, Stephen Score, Robert Simon Fine Art, and Tambaran. We thank all our exhibitors for their dedication to creating America’s most prestigious Show—you are the Show! We also thank one of your, and our, most loyal supporters: last summer, through the Estate of Joyce Golden, East Side House Settlement received one of the largest gifts in the nonprofit’s 125 years. Joyce Golden & Associates was the ad agency to the antiques trade for decades; she knew the “East Side Show” well, as she produced the Show catalogue through 1995. Joyce’s emblem was a butterfly: the metamorphosis that began with so many of you as you built your brands over the years has given wings to the young people at East Side House through Joyce’s bequest. We are grateful to Chubb as a Show sponsor for a twenty-first year, and in its third year as our Presenting Sponsor. We thank Bessemer Trust, in its third year as Sponsor of the Loan Exhibition, and to our colleagues who collaborated on Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum: Revolution & Evolution. We thank DECASO as our new sponsor of the Designers Preview Brunch as well as all our sponsors and patrons. Throughout the year, East Side House staff—as well as the Show’s volunteers, the Winter Antiques Show Committee, Dealers’ Committee, and the Vetting Committee—work to ensure the Show’s success. We thank all who have contributed time and expertise to this year’s Show. We thank and wish a happy retirement to John A. Sanchez, who retired in December after twenty-eight years as Executive Director of East Side House and Eula C. Johnson, our Show Coordinator who will retire this year after twenty-nine years with East Side House. In my twenty-third year with the show, I thank the Winter Antiques Show Committee and Co-Chairs Lucinda C. Ballard, Arie L. Kopelman, and Michael R. Lynch; Vice Chairs Jay E. Cantor, Courtney Booth Christensen, and Helen Frech Kippax; East Side House Settlement’s Board President Thomas Remien, and Executive Director Daniel Diaz and his staff for their commitment to the show. For the Show’s marketing campaign and materials we thank PLUS/GroupM for their pro bono work, Worx Group LLC, TrasaTerra, Anita Bassie and Tom Sokol at Group M Design, our Catalogue Editor Candace Coleman, our advertisers, Advertising Sales Director Jill Bossert, and Keith Harrington at Phoenix Lithographic Corporation for their excellent work. We thank the Benefit Office staff onsite: Elisha Brewster, Carolyn Brown, Juelle Dixon, Emma Johnson, Brenda Lee, Norma McLeod, Robert Phillips, Aletha Ramirez, John Reddick, and Janice Thill, as well as Diane Carter and Mapple Walker for their work throughout the year. We thank East Side House’s onsite crew: Hartley Beckles, Federico Berrios, Tyrone Broughton, Scottie Cabrera, Phil Davis, Byron Johnson, David McCants, Darren Payne, Armstrong Rushworth, and Ary Tolerie. We thank our tellers Gloria Boucher-Kinter, Olivia Kinter, Chris O’Neal, David Rigano, and Head Teller James A. Kroll. We thank our graduate student interns: Gina Cashia, Imaan Dhaliwal, Gambrill Foster, Mengxue Gao, Brigid Gerstenecker, Amanda Muscato, Nicholas Taradash and summer intern Evan Grogan. We thank Show Management staff Brynn Hyland and Leigh Nowicki and head staff Kathryn Bowne and Sybil F. Johnson. In his twenty-third year as Floor Manager, we thank John Reynolds. In his second year as Assistant Director, we thank Michael Diaz-Griffith for his enthusiastic pursuit of creative solutions and his dedication to making antiques relevant to twenty-first-century audiences. Many who contribute to the Winter Antiques Show’s success are acknowledged elsewhere in this catalogue. On behalf of East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show, thank you to all who have made this year’s show possible. Best wishes for 2017,

Catherine Sweeney Singer


WE ALSO THANK: LAUREL ACEVEDO Winter Antiques Show Dealers Committee

CELERIE KEMBLE

MARK AISTON Aiston Fine Art Services

STEPHEN KENNARD Canard Inc.

STEVEN ALVES The Worx Group, LLC

KENNETH J. KERRIGAN Exhibition Employees Union Local 829

CALEB ANDERSON

SARAH KINGSLEY Sharp Communications

MELISSA BABINA The Worx Group, LLC

HANNA KOBOR PLUS/GroupM

ANITA BASSIE Group M Design

NATALIE LANSING PLUS/GroupM

LAURA PASS BARRY Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum

PHOEBE LASKY Sharp Communications

NADIA BAZ The Worx Group, LLC

LIZ LIN PLUS/GroupM

PATRICK BELL

MELISSA HELWIG LIUZZI Select Contracting Inc.

JOAN BOENING Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair

ROBYN LIVERANT Robyn Liverant Public Relations

JONATHAN BOOS Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee

WAYNE LOWERY Park Avenue Armory

JILL A. BOSSERT Advertising Director, Winter Antiques Show Catalogue

JOHANNA McBRIEN Antiques & Fine Art

JOHN BRANNIGAN Exhibition Employees Union Local 829

JAMES McCONNAUGHY Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee

ANNA BROCKWAY DECASO

KEVIN McCORMACK Select Contracting Inc.

JAMES BRODSKY Sharp Communications

ROBERT McGINLEY Chubb

JOHN BRUNO Exhibition Employees Union Local 829

JOANNA McNAMARA Chubb

MARGARET BUCKLEY DECASO

DANIEL MEEKER Daniel Meeker Lighting and Set Design

COURTNEY CALDWELL Park Avenue Armory

BILL MIKULIK Sea Group Graphics

INGRID CAROZZI Tin Can Studios

KAT MILLER PLUS/GroupM

GREGORY CERIO The Magazine Antiques

FERAH MOHAMMED PLUS/GroupM

ANDREW CHAIT Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee

DENISE MOSCO PLUS/GroupM

JONATHAN CLANCY Sotheby’s Institute of Art

JON MOTTEL PLUS/GroupM

CANDACE H. COLEMAN Editor, Winter Antiques Show Catalogue

FRAN O’BRIEN Chubb

RACHEL & NICK COPE Calico Wallpaper

EWA ORZECH TrasaTerra

GRANT COPELAND The Worx Group LLC

NICOLE PARROS PLUS/GroupM

LAURA DALEY East Side House Settlement

JASON PAUL TrasaTerra

JEFF DALY Jeff Daly Design

ASHLEY PERAINO Tin Can Studios

SAMUEL P.C. DANGREMOND Young Collectors Night Co-Chair

JARED POSMENTIER Sharp Communications

LESLIE DAY Bessemer Trust

MILES REDD

TESS DELANEY Sharp Communications

ALONSO DIAZ RICKARDS

SARAH HOPE DE MAYO Chanel USA

REBECCA ROBERTSON Park Avenue Armory

DANIEL DIAZ East Side House Settlement

ELLEN HOENER ROSS Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.

SARAH DONNEM

PAMELA K. RUGG Bessemer Trust

TOD DONOBEDIAN DECASO

SAPPI NORTH AMERICA

JAMIE DRAKE

LAUREN SEIGEL PLUS/GroupM

JULIA DRUCKER PLUS/GroupM

DARIAN SCATTON Group M Design

NANCY DRUCKMAN

MARY SHERIDAN Chubb

ALICE LEVI DUNCAN Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair

ELLE SHUSHAN

STEPHEN FERRARA Exhibition Employees Union Local 829

MARISA SKOLNICK PLUS/GroupM

SUZANNE FINDLEN HOOD Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum

ELIZABETH D. SIGETY, ESQ. Fox Rothschild LLP

EILEEN FITZGERALD PLUS/GroupM

ALKA SIMONE Bessemer Trust

PETER GEE Park Avenue Armory

WILLIAM MERRITT SINGER

MAGDA GRIGORIAN Sharp Communications

JOHN SMIROLDO Antiques & Fine Art

JOHN HAMILTON Select Contracting Inc.

GRACE SMITH PLUS/GroupM

KEITH HARRINGTON Phoenix Lithographing Corporation

KIMBERLY SMITH IVEY Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum

RALPH HARVARD

TOMAS SOKOL Group M Design

DIDIER HASPESLAGH Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee

DON SPARACIN The Magazine Antiques

KIM HOSTLER Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee and Vetting Committee Co-Chair

MARC D. STERN Bessemer Trust

RONALD L. HURST Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

JULIE TAHAN PLUS/GroupM

JAMEY ISENOR Canard, Inc.

ANNDREW VACCA Sharp Communications

MARK JACOBY Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee

ACKELIA VASSELL PLUS/GroupM

ANITA JORGENSEN Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design

MARYSIA WALKER The Worx Group, LLC

THOMAS KEARNS GT Custom Inc.

TY YORIO Citadel Security

BRIAN KELLEY The Worx Group LLC

ROBERT YOUNG Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair

JOE STRIEFSKY Select Contracting Inc.

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2017 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW General Information The Winter Antiques Show office during the Show’s run is accessible through the front hall at the Park Avenue Armory. Any questions or concerns during the Show should be addressed to the Winter Antiques Show’s Executive Director, Catherine Sweeney Singer at (646) 619-6030, or to our Assistant Director, Michael Diaz-Griffith: mdg@winterantiquesshow.com. East Side House Settlement assumes no responsibility for the personal property of visitors. Lost and found articles should be reported to the Show office or to a security officer.

The Show’s security regulations strictly limit the size and type of bag that may be carried onto the exhibition floor. All bags—including tote bags, shopping bags, briefcases, backpacks, and large purses— must be checked at the coat check. Baby strollers may not be permitted on weekends due to crowds. Smoking is not permitted. All merchandise purchased at the Winter Antiques Show must be accompanied by passes from the exhibitors from whom the items were purchased.

Inquiries about the Winter Antiques Show can be addressed to the Benefit Office, East Side House Settlement, 337 Alexander Avenue, Bronx, New York 10454. You may also reach us by calling East Side House at (718) 665-5250, visiting winterantiquesshow.com, or writing to info@winterantiquesshow.com. East Side House Settlement is grateful for your support of the Winter Antiques Show’s 63rd year, and we look forward to seeing you next year at the 64th annual Winter Antiques Show, January 19-28, 2018.

East Side House Settlement— including its Board of Managers, employees, agents, and all Winter Antiques Show committees— assumes no liability for articles purchased or sold at the Show, nor does it bear any responsibility for the authenticity of articles in the Winter Antiques Show catalogue.

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2017 EXHIBITORS 69 A La Vieille Russie, Inc. 8 Adelson Galleries, Inc. 34 Alexander Gallery 51 Michael Altman Fine Art 28 Apter-Fredericks 62 Arader Galleries 14 Aronson of Amsterdam 60 Michele Beiny, Inc. 13 H. Blairman & Sons Ltd 12 & 72 Jonathan Boos 2 Bowman Sculpture 67 Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. 49 Cohen & Cohen 37 Philip Colleck, Ltd. 50 Thomas Colville Fine Art 38 Thomas Coulborn & Sons Ltd. 25 Cove Landing 15 Daniel Crouch Rare Books 68 Didier Ltd 36 Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Inc. 40 Donzella 12 & 74 Peter Fetterman Gallery 29 Peter Finer 45 Gemini Antiques Ltd. 66 David Gill Gallery 30 Glass Past 31 Michael Goedhuis 22 Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC 71 Thomas Heneage Art Books 63 Hill-Stone, Inc. 39 Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc. 26 Hostler Burrows 21 Stephen & Carol Huber 64 Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd. 57 James Infante 52 Barbara Israel Garden Antiques 47 Kentshire 58 Keshishian 19 Kelly Kinzle 75 Lebreton 7 Bernard & S. Dean Levy Inc. 70 Nathan Liverant and Son, LLC 32 Lost City Arts 55 Macklowe Gallery, Ltd 4 Maison Gerard 11 Todd Merrill Studio 6 Joan B Mirviss LTD 44 Liz O’Brien 20 The Old Print Shop, Inc. 9 Olde Hope Antiques, Inc. 46 Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc. 73 Gerald Peters Gallery 3 Ronald Phillips Ltd 23 Frank & Barbara Pollack American Antiques & Art 48 James Robinson, Inc. 24 David A. Schorsch~Eileen S. Smiles American Antiques 35 Schwarz Gallery 1 Stephen Score, Inc. 27 S.J. Shrubsole Corporation 61 Elle Shushan 43 Robert Simon Fine Art 10 Elliott & Grace Snyder 65 Galerie St. Etienne 33 Tambaran 66 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz 42 Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc. 53 Tillou Gallery 54 Rupert Wace Ancient Art 56 Wartski 5 Robert Young Antiques


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A La Vieille Russie, Inc. ....................................74 Adelson Galleries, Inc. ....................................75 Alexander Gallery ............................................76 Michael Altman Fine Art ...............78, 79, 80, 81 Apter-Fredericks ..............................................77 Arader Galleries ...............................................82 Aronson of Amsterdam ...................................83 Michele Beiny, Inc. ...........................................84 H. Blairman & Sons Ltd ...................................85 Jonathan Boos .................................................86 Bowman Sculpture ...........................................87 Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. .........................88 Cohen & Cohen ...............................................89 Philip Colleck, Ltd. ...........................................90 Thomas Colville Fine Art .................................91 Thomas Coulborn & Sons Ltd. .......................92 Cove Landing ...................................................93 Daniel Crouch Rare Books ..............................94 Didier Ltd .........................................................95 Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Inc. .............................96 Donzella ............................................................97 Peter Fetterman Gallery ..................................98 Peter Finer ........................................................99 Gemini Antiques Ltd. ....................................100 Glass Past .......................................................101 Michael Goedhuis ..........................................102 Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC .........104, 105 Thomas Heneage Art Books .........................103 Hill-Stone, Inc. ................................................106 Hirschl & Adler Galleries, Inc. .......................107 Hostler Burrows .............................................108 Stephen & Carol Huber .................................109 Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd. ..............................110 James Infante .................................................111 Barbara Israel Garden Antiques ...................112 Kentshire .........................................................113 Keshishian ......................................................114 Kelly Kinzle .....................................................115 Lebreton .........................................................116 Bernard & S. Dean Levy Inc. .........................117 Nathan Liverant and Son, LLC ......................118 Lost City Arts ..................................................119 Macklowe Gallery, Ltd ...................................120 Maison Gerard .......................................122, 123 Todd Merrill Studio ........................................121 Joan B Mirviss LTD .........................................124 Liz O'Brien ......................................................125 The Old Print Shop, Inc. ................................126 Olde Hope Antiques, Inc. .............................127 Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc. ........................128 Gerald Peters Gallery ....................................129 Ronald Phillips Ltd .................................130, 131 Frank & Barbara Pollack   American Antiques & Art ..........................132 James Robinson, Inc. .....................................133 David A. Schorsch~Eileen S. Smiles   American Antiques ....................................134 Schwarz Gallery ..............................................135 Stephen Score, Inc. ........................................136 S.J. Shrubsole Corporation ...........................137 Elle Shushan ...................................................138 Robert Simon Fine Art ...................................139 Elliott & Grace Snyder ...................................140 Galerie St. Etienne .........................................141

Tambaran ........................................................142 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz &   David Gill Gallery........................................143 Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc. ..........................144 Tillou Gallery ..................................................145 Rupert Wace Ancient Art ..............................146 Wartski ....................................................148, 149 Robert Young Antiques .................................147

Colonial Williamsburg .....................................40 George Washington's Mount Vernon ............58 Olana Partnership ..........................................187 Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library .........56

ANTIQUES & FINE ART DEALERS Associated Artists LLC ...................................152 Bernd Goeckler Antiques .............................175 Carl Moore Antiques .....................................176 DECASO ...........................................................39 InCollect.com .........................................206, 207 John Mitchell Fine Paintings .........................154 Maison Felice .................................................158 Manhattan Art & Antiques Center .......160, 161 Menconi & Schoelkopf ..................................153 RubyLUX .........................................................162 Smith & Watson Fine Furniture ....................193 Wally Findlay Galleries ..................................155 LIGHTING & REPRODUCTIONS Carlos de la Puente Antiques .......................177 Charles Edwards Antiques ....................165, 167 Munder-Skiles ........................ Inside front cover INTERIOR DESIGNERS, DECORATORS & ARCHITECTS Cavallo/Mirror Fair ...........................................53 Drake/Anderson ..............................................22 Eric J. Smith Architect ...................................189 Ferguson & Shamamian ..................................49 G.P. Schafer Architect ........................................5 Historical Concepts .........................................51 Hudson Green Craft ......................................211 Interiors by J.C. Landa ..................................193 John B. Murray Architect ..................................3 Peter Pennoyer Architects ........................41, 45 Ralph Harvard ..................................................43 Thomas Pheasant ............................................57 INSURANCE & FINANCIAL 19/19 Investment Counsel ............................191 Bessemer Trust ................. 12, Inside back cover Chubb ................................................ Back cover Crystal & Company ........................................186 Goldman Sachs ................................................46 Northeast Acquisitions ..................................200 Sound Point Capital Management L.P. ........194 LUXURY RETAIL Bloomingdale’s ..................................................2 Brooks Brothers .........................................32, 33 Chanel ..............................................................10 Classic Sofa ......................................................50 Elizabeth Locke Jewels .....................................1 Neiman Marcus Group ....................................44 R. Simantov Fine Jewelry ..............................189 Saks Fifth Avenue ............................................48

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PUBLICATIONS Apollo .............................................................197 Hearst Corporation ....................................54, 55 MODERN magazine ......................................190 New York magazine .........................................35 The Art Newspaper .......................................164 The Magazine Antiques ................................151 REAL ESTATE Carriage Properties .......................................194 Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty....52 Sotheby’s International Real Estate ................47 SHOWS & AUCTIONS 2017 Gala Preview of the New York   International Auto Show ............................182 2017 New York International Auto Show .....205 Art Palm Beach ..............................................198 Bonham’s Auctioneers & Appraisers ..............42 Christie’s .........................................................188 Delaware Antiques Show ..............................180 Doyle New York .............................................192 Freeman’s .......................................................183 Garth’s .............................................................195 Guernsey’s ......................................................181 Jeffrey S. Evans & Associates .......................191 Master Drawings New York ...........................174 Miami Beach Jewelry & Antiques Show ......201 New Orleans Auction ....................................185 Olympia International Art & Antiques Fair...156 Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antiques Show...199 Park Avenue Armory ......................................210 Philadelphia Antiques & Art Show ...............184 Skinner ....................................................157, 159 Sotheby’s Americana .....................................166 Swann Galleries .............................................163 The Newport Antiques Show .......................204 The San Francisco Fall Antiques Show ........202 Theta Charity Antiques Show .......................186 Thomaston Place Auction Galleries .....178, 179 Winter Antiques Show 2018 ..........................214 SPECIAL SERVICES Aiston Fine Art Services ................................212 Benjamin Moore ..............................................37 Calico Wallpaper ...............................................4 Canard, Inc. ......................................................59 Phoenix Lithographic Corporation ...............203 Planetary Recreation ......................................200 Sappi North America .....................................196

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