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WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW A BENEFIT FOR EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT
January 19–28, 2018 Park Avenue Armory Park Avenue at 67th Street New York, New York Daily 12 PM to 8 PM Sundays and Thursday 12 PM to 6 PM Tuesday 12 PM to 4:30 PM
East Side House Settlement Providing hope, help, and results in the South Bronx and surrounding communities. 337 Alexander Avenue, Bronx, New York 10454 Telephone: (718) 665-5250 Fax: (718) 585-1433 www.eastsidehouse.org
Left: Daniel Crouch Rare Books | Right: Michele Beiny
The sixty-fourth 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
WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Letter from Fran Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien Opening Night Party Chair
Welcome from Lucinda C. Ballard and Michael Lynch Winter Antiques Show Committee Co-Chairs
Sponsors & Acknowledgements
Winter Antiques Show Committee, Opening Night Party Honorees, Vice Chairs
Opening Night Party Committee Benefactors & Collectors
Loan Exhibition Committee
Welcome from Thomas H. Remien President, East Side House Settlement Board of Managers
Design Co-Chairs Wendy Goodman, Thomas Jayne, and Gil Schafer III
Young Collectors Night Committee
2017 Opening Night Party Photos
2017 Young Collectors Night Party Photos
2017 Exhibitors Photograph at the Park Avenue Armory
Letter and Acknowledgements from Catherine Sweeney Singer Executive Director, Winter Antiques Show
Index of Advertisers
Left: Thomas Heneage Art Books | Right: Apter-Fredericks Left: Thomas Coulborn & Sons Ltd. | Right: Philip Colleck, Ltd. Cover image: Ronald Phillips
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Floor Plan of Exhibitors
2018 LOAN EXHIBITION 60
Collecting for the Commonwealth/ Preserving for the Nation: Celebrating a Century of Art Patronage, 1919-2018 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
by Susan J. Rawles, PhD
EAST SIDE HOUSE SETTLEMENT 176
Board of Managers & Programs
The Heritage Society
Foundations, Trusts & Corporations
Individual & Group Gifts
East Side House Settlement Circles of Success
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2018 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 64th annual Winter Antiques Show. Chubb is honored once again to be the presenting sponsor of this prestigious fair. 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 and purchase exceptional works showcased by some of the world’s finest dealers. We also are pleased that our sponsorship helps support the East Side House Settlement. Established in 1891, this well-respected nonprofit community-based organization provides quality education training and assistance services to individuals in the the Bronx and Northern Manhattan. Each year, the organization helps tangibly improve the lives of approximately 10,000 individuals. All net proceeds from the Winter Antiques Show benefit 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. I would also like to personally recognize and honor Winter Antiques Show Chairman Arie L. Kopelman, who will soon move on to the position of Chairman Emeritus after 25 years of tremendous stewardship. Since assuming the chairmanship, Arie has guided the Show from strength to strength and raised millions in critical funds for East Side House Settlement’s life-changing work. Thank you Arie for your steadfast leadership, and congratulations. 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
YOU CANâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;T PUT A PRICE ON HELPING OTHERS. We salute the Winter Antiques Show and East Side House Settlement and applaud the contributions of Arie L. Kopelman.
2018 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW
WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW COMMITTEE CO-CHAIRS Lucinda C. Ballard Michael R. Lynch Chairman Emeritus Arie L. Kopelman On behalf of the Winter Antiques Show Committee and the leadership of East Side House Settlement, we dedicate the 64th annual Winter Antiques Show to our co-chairman, champion and dear friend: Arie L. Kopelman. Arie has been at the helm of the Show for twenty-five years. He has led with mastery, vision, and, above all passion, astutely steering the show through changing trends and volatile economies. With this year’s show, he transitions to the role of Chairman Emeritus. Though he will be less active in the day-to-day planning of the show, we are delighted that we will continue to have his input, guidance and sage advice. Under Arie’s leadership the Winter Antiques Show has raised millions of dollars for East Side House Settlement through sponsorships that he was instrumental in obtaining. He also has attracted an ever-widening, international audience. Responsive to changing demographics and tastes, yet always protective of our brand, Arie has nimbly balanced a mission of progress—introducing a varied mix of exhibitors, disciplines, eras and price points— with the Show’s core strength in American fine and decorative arts. A connoisseur and seasoned collector, he has ensured that the Winter Antiques Show maintains its fundamental commitment to excellence across all disciplines. His irrepressible enthusiasm, coupled with his genuine care for all who make up the Winter Antiques Show “family,” has inspired the affection and respect of all. Arie’s commitment to the Show is matched and indeed fueled by his belief in the mission of East Side House: to transform lives through education. His twenty-five years of heartfelt service to both institutions have inspired us to award Arie the inaugural East Side House Settlement Heart in Hand Award. Arie, as you begin your new role as Chairman Emeritus, we salute you and all that you have done. Stay close! With profound gratitude,
Lucinda C. Ballard
Michael R. Lynch
2018 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
CHUBB Presenting Sponsor
FIRST REPUBLIC Supporting Sponsor
WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Dealers’ Committee MARK JACOBY, Chair LAUREL ACEVEDO JONATHAN BOOS ANDREW CHAIT LORI COHEN DIDIER HASPESLAGH JAMES McCONNAUGHY Vetting Committee Co-Chairs JOAN BOENING ALICE LEVI DUNCAN ROBERT YOUNG
WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Executive Director CATHERINE SWEENEY SINGER Associate Executive Director MICHAEL DIAZ-GRIFFITH
DAN MEEKER Show and Lighting Design GROUP M DESIGN Invitation, Media Kit & Exhibitor Management Website Design SHARP COMMUNICATIONS, INC. Press & Public Relations CHANEL PLUS, A WPP COMPANY Media Agency WORX BRANDING & ADVERTISING Collateral and Advertising Design TRASATERRA BRANDING AND INTERACTIVE DESIGN Website Design TIN CAN STUDIOS Floral Design SELECT CONTRACTING Show Construction CANARD INC. Caterers CITADEL Security Agency PARK AVENUE ARMORY
Catalogue DONNA CORBIN Editor GROUP M DESIGN Design & Production JILL A. BOSSERT Director of Advertising Sales PHOENIX LITHOGRAPHING CORPORATION Printing
Left: Spencer Marks
THE JFM GROUP LLC Development Consultant
2018 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW COMMITTEE Co-Chairs LUCINDA C. BALLARD MICHAEL R. LYNCH Chairman Emeritus ARIE L. KOPELMAN Vice Chairs JAY E. CANTOR COURTNEY BOOTH CHRISTENSEN WENDY HOLMES 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 MRS. THOMAS SHIRCLIFF GLOVER JASON HERRICK MRS. LESLIE KENO 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 Design Co-Chairs WENDY GOODMAN THOMAS JAYNE GIL SCHAFER III Vice Chairs LUCINDA & ROBERT BALLARD JAMES & JEAN BARROW
MICHAEL KOVNER & JEAN DOYEN DE MONTAILLOU
DANIELE D. BODINI
LEONARD & JUDY LAUDER
DAYTON T. CARR
MICHAEL LYNCH & SUSAN BAKER
MR. & MRS. RICHARD L. CHILTON
COURTNEY & GUS CHRISTENSEN
KAREN T. MAY
STEPHANIE B. CLARK
DR. & MRS. JAMES S. REIBEL
ELIZABETH GARBER DANIELS
THOMAS REMIEN & MARY ANNE HUNTING
DEBRA DEL VECCHIO
KATHLEEN M. DOYLE
JUNE & PAUL C. SCHORR III
MR. & MRS. CHARLES M. GESCHKE
JEANNE SORENSEN SIEGEL & HERBERT J. SIEGEL
WENDY HOLMES & KEVIN MCALISTER
MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS
LOIS & ARTHUR STAINMAN
STEPHEN J. KETCHUM
GILLIAN & ROBERT STEEL
COCO & ARIE L. KOPELMAN
TAKESHI & MAKIKO UESHIMA MR. & MRS. PHILIP L. YANG JR.
2018 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW
BENEFACTORS Ed & Gretchen Adler
Joseph P. Gromacki
Jeffrey & Elizabeth Peek
Lorri J. Ahl
Allen & Deborah Grubman
Peter Pennoyer & Katie Ridder
Becky & Bob Alexander
Mr. & Mrs. Geoffrey Gund
Jackie & Mike Powers
George A. Hambrecht
Friederike Kemp Biggs
Mrs. Roger Hanahan
Hannah L. Henderson
Richard & Sheila Riggs
Maureen & Edward Bousa
Mrs. Joseph H. Hennage
Daniel & Joanna S. Rose
Richard & Catherine Herbst
Johanna & Lief D. Rosenblatt
Charles C. Butt
David Hermenze, Esq.
Mr. & Mrs. Charles M. Royce
Nancy & Colin Campbell
John & Margaret Ruttenberg
Frederick S. Clark
Mr. & Mrs. Edgar M. Cullman Jr.
Mr. & Mrs. Barclay G. Jones III
Christian K. Keesee
Mr. & Mrs. David W. Dangremond
Karen Ann Kelleher
Andrew & Julie Siff
Beth Dater & Mitch Jennings
Mr. & Mrs. Leslie Keno
Elizabeth Donnem Sigety
Lucy & Mike Danziger
Mr. & Mrs. John E. Kippax
Mrs. J.L.H. Simonds
Mr. Frank de Biasi
Richard & Debra Kolman
Nancy & Burton Staniar
Sarah Lund Donnem
Ambassador & Mrs. John L. Loeb Jr.
Sheila & George Stephenson
Kathleen M. Doyle Jamie Drake
Elizabeth Stillinger Guthman
Charles P. Durkin Jr.
Jeffrey H. Loria
Mr. & Mrs. Edward Symes III
Mr. & Mrs. Thomas M. Evans Jr.
Ursula & Paul Lowerre
Susan E. Lynch
Dr. Christopher Fletcher
Jacqueline B. Mars
Laurie M. Tisch
Ellen & Robert Meyer
Barbara & Donald Tober
Pamela & David B. Ford
Elizabeth & Richard Miller
Austin & Gwen Fragomen
Leslie Miller & Richard Worley
Mr. & Mrs. William Vareika
Emily T. Frick
Virginia & Timothy Millhiser
Bunny Williams & John Rosselli
Joan B. Mirviss
Michael & Kinne Yon
Melissa & Chappy Morris
Roy J. Zuckerberg & Tara E. Kelleher
John E. Oden
Thaddeus I. Gray
Alex Papachristidis & Scott Nelson
Joan B Mirviss LTDâ&#x20AC;&#x2039;
COLLECTORS Alan Behr
Douglas & Anne Marie Bratton
The Honorable Earle I. Mack
Jody W. Covert
The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr.
Julia & John Curtis Jr.
Joseph P. Spang
Timothy E. Feige
Michael I. & Joan Murtagh Frankel
Mr. & Mrs. Chris Tofalli Lara Trafelet
George G. King (October 27, 2017)
VIP LUNCHEON COMMITTEE Co-Chairs
YOUNG COLLECTORS NIGHT COMMITTEE
Sarah Lund Donnem
Helen Frech Kippax
Mrs. J. Michael Loening
Ellen Washburn Martin
Samuel P.C. Dangremond Lucinda May
Mrs. Michael Nash Ambler
Mrs. John D. Gilliam Mrs. Lorin Hodges
Mrs. Eric L. Hoyle
Sommer V. Chatwin & Jonathan Walk
Mrs. J. Michael Loening Mrs. George L. Selden Pier Witek
DESIGN LUNCHEON Co-Chairs Genevieve Wheeler Brown Stephanie B. Clark Karen Kemp Glover
William Cullum Lizzie R. Decarlo Justin R. Kush Robert Levy, MD Elizabeth Lowrey Justine Lynch Arielle Patrick Elliot J. Rayfield, MD Alexandra Segalas Lacary Sharpe
2018 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Loan Exhibition Collecting for the Commonwealth/Preserving for the Nation: Celebrating a Century of Art Patronage, 1919-2018 Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS DIRECTOR ALEXANDER L. NYERGES EXHIBITION CURATOR
EXHIBITION DESIGNER Jeff Daly
SUSAN J. RAWLES, PhD Associate Curator of American Painting and Decorative Art
LIGHTING DESIGNER Anita Jorgensen
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Board of Trustees
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts Foundation Board of Directors
President Michael J. Schewel
President H. Hiter Harris III Co-Vice President Lilo Simmons Ukrop
Executive Vice President Dr. Monroe E. Harris Jr. Karen Cogar Abramson Lynette L. Allston Martin J. Barrington Tyler W. Bishop Cindy Harman Conner Dr. Betty Neal Crutcher Ankit Desai Kenneth M. Dye Anne Noland Edwards Thomas F. Farrell II Cynthia Kerr Fralin Janet Geldzahler Richard B. Gilliam Martha Mednick Glasser David Goode Margaret N. Gottwald Terrell Luck Harrigan Jil Womack Harris Ivan P. Jecklin Pam Royal Jenkins
LOAN EXHIBITION FABRICATOR GT Custom
Kenneth S. Johnson John A. Luke Jr. Steven A. Markel Sara O’Keefe Thomas W. Papa Michele Petersen Satya Rangarajan Pamela C. Reynolds William A. Royall Jr. Rupa Tak Ex-Officio Trustees The Honorable Terence R. McAuliffe Governor, Commonwealth of Virginia The Honorable William J. Howell Speaker of the House The Honorable Levar Stoney Mayor, City of Richmond
Co-Vice President James W. Klaus Treasurer Vance H. Spilman Secretary Stanley J. Olander Jr. Anne Battle Michael Bisceglia Wayne A. Chasen William S. Cohen Frances M. Dulaney Carolyn Garner Barbara Noble Howard Carolyn Hsu-Balcer Eucharia Jackson Charles M. Johnson III Denise Keane
Keith R. Kissee Carol Lascaris A. John Lucas Wycliffe McClure Paul S. Monroe Richard B. Olson Richard L. Ramsey J. Sargeant Reynolds Jr. Mary G. Shockey Jennifer Sisk David Bruce Smith John R. Staelin Edward W. Valentine G. Randolph Webb Jr. Ting Xu Ex-Officio Director The Honorable Michael J. Schewel Honorary Directors L. Ray Ashworth Dr. Herbert A. Claiborne Jr. Mrs. Jerome T. Gans Stanley F. Pauley Charles L. Reed Jr.
Beauford Delaney (American, 1901-79), Detail of Marian Anderson, 1965, oil on canvas, Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, J. Harwood and Louise B. Cochrane Fund for American Art, 2012.277. Estate of Beauford Delaney, by permission of Derek L. Spratley, Court Appointed Administrator Photo: Travis Fullerton © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
VIRGINIA MUSEUM OF FINE ARTS The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts gratefully acknowledges the Winter Antiques Show for hosting Collecting for the Commonwealth/Preserving for the Nation: Celebrating a Century of Art Patronage, 1919-2018. Additional support was provided by: James W. & Frances G. McGlothlin Foundation The Julia Louise Reynolds Fund The Virginia H. Spratley Charitable Fund II of The Community Foundation Serving Richmond & Central Virginia Virginia H. Spratley, Mary S. Doss, Martha S. Pellington
Sarah & Jonathan Bliley Eda Hofstead Cabaniss Louise B. Cochrane Foundation Mr. & Mrs. Floyd D. Gottwald Jr. Don & Mary Shockey Mr. & Mrs. Howard A. Willard III ___________ Artex Fine Art Services Mr. Michael Bawkin Julia & John Curtis Elizabeth Locke Jewels Martha & Richard Glasser David & Susan Goode Mr. & Mrs. Bruce C. Gottwald Sr. Peter & Nancy Huber Linda H. Kaufman Mr. & Mrs. Roger H.W. Kirby Mr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Knox Charlotte Moss Mr. & Mrs. Charles L. Reed Jr. Virginia Sargeant Reynolds Foundation The Rock Foundation Pam & Bill Royall Patricia R. St. Clair Tracy & Tom Stallings Carl & Joyce Stargardt ___________
Carolyn Hsu-Balcer & RenĂŠ Balcer Ellen F. Boynton & Courtenay Sommerville Welton II Dr. and Mrs. Herbert A. Claiborne Jr. Cooper Robertson Frances M. Dulaney Anne & Gus Edwards Dr. Everett Fahy Mrs. Armstrong H. Forman II Mr. & Mrs. David R. Frediani Mrs. Nancy R. Greenway Sally C. Harrison Ivan Jecklin & Allison Weinstein Denise Keane & Leonard Mandl Anne W. Kenny Anne Kenny-Urban Mary & Ted Linhart Adele Livingston True Farr Luck Mr. & Mrs. Cliff Mumm Carolyn Elliott Neurohr Jay & Marsha Olander Candace H. Osdene Patsy K. Pettus Mr. & Mrs. Benjamin W. Rawles III Hugh & Nedra Smith Brent & Allison Spiller Jane B. Spilman Mrs. James M. Stevenson Cheryl G. Yancey (as of September 29, 2017)
Birth and Baptismal Certificate for Hanna Elisabetha Clodfelder (detail), ca. 1807, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation
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2018 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Thomas H. Remien President of the Board of Managers East Side House Settlement
On behalf of the East Side House board of managers, I would like to welcome you to the 64th annual Winter Antiques Show. We extend our profound gratitude to our presenting sponsor, Chubb, for twenty-two years of generosity and loyalty. We welcome new supporting sponsor First Republic and thank returning sponsors Brooks Brothers, Benjamin Moore, and all our media sponsors. For their pro bono work on behalf of East Side House, we thank Elizabeth D. Sigety and Fox Rothschild LLP. This yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s loan exhibition, Collecting for the Commonwealth/Preserving for the Nation: Celebrating a Century of Art Patronage, 1919-2018 celebrates the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts in Richmond and pays tribute to donors who established a legacy from a fledgling Depression-era dream. We thank the more than one hundred patrons of the museum who also supported East Side House through their purchase of tickets to the Opening Night Party. With more than 125 years of experience, East Side House continues to see the return on our investment. We now serve twenty-nine sites and over ten thousand residents in the Bronx and northern Manhattan, providing a necessary supplement to the public school system and bridging gaps in services for residents of every age. In the communities we support, literacy rates and educational attainment are among the lowest in the city, but services offered by East Side House Settlement continue to help students make gains that might not otherwise be possible. Of the more than two hundred early childhood students we serve, 96 percent exceed the New York State Language Acquisition Standards. Similarly, because of our programs, in the past year, one thousand students graduated from high school, more than tripling the graduation rate over the past few years. The Winter Antiques Show is the only art fair from which all net proceeds go directly to a charity. Your support helps people in the Bronx and northern Manhattan break out of a cycle of poverty and despair to achieve meaningful lives. The success of our Show would not be possible without the commitment, creativity, and enthusiasm of our Winter Antiques Show committee members, exhibitors, and staff, the talent of our Executive Director, Catherine Sweeney Singer, and Associate Executive Director, Michael Diaz-Griffith, and the dedication of East Side House, led by Executive Director, Daniel Diaz. We hope you enjoy this yearâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s show, and thank you for your support. Yours sincerely,
Thomas H. Remien 21
2018 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW DESIGN CO-CHAIRS
East Side House Settlement and the Winter Antiques Show are delighted to welcome Wendy Goodman, Thomas Jayne, and Gil Schafer III as this year’s Design Co-Chairs.
Wendy Goodman Wendy Goodman is a leader in the international design community, and has been New York magazine’s Design Editor since 2007. Over the course of her career she has defined trends, discovered new talent, and worked with the best designers, architects, and photographers. She regularly hosts talks on design, at venues ranging from the 92nd Street Y to the Museum of the City of New York, and has appeared on NBC’s Open House and Good Morning America, among other outlets. As design editor, Goodman is responsible for New York’s twice-annual design issues and regular “Great Room” features. She also oversees the standalone home-design magazine Design Hunting, and produces a weekly online feature. Goodman previously worked as New York’s interior design editor (1997-2007) and fashion editor (1984-1989). Before rejoining New York magazine in 1997, Goodman was the style editor at Harper’s Bazaar. Prior to her work at Bazaar, Goodman covered the world of style and fashion for House and Garden, tracking fashion designers and artists at home and traveling to the Paris, Milan, and New York shows. She is the co-author, with Hutton Wilkinson, of Tony Duquette (2007) and author of The World of Gloria Vanderbilt (2010).
Gil Schafer III
Thomas Jayne is principal of New York City’s award-winning Jayne Design Studio. For twenty-five years, the firm has designed modern interiors that reflect a strong connection to history and place. Jayne is recognized for his mastery of classical tradition, his creative use of color, and the facile use of contemporary elements in his work. He began his career working at two of America’s most influential interior design firms, Parish-Hadley & Associates and Kevin McNamara Inc., before opening Jayne Design Studio in 1990.
Award-winning architect Gil Schafer III is one of the world’s leading experts on contemporary classical architecture. Schafer is featured in Architectural Design’s AD 100, the magazine’s annual compendium of the world’s top interior designers and architects, and is a winner of Veranda’s “Art of Design Award.” He is also a member of the Yale School of Architecture Dean’s Council, a trustee of the Thomas Jefferson Foundation, and served as president and then chairman of the Institute of Classical Architecture & Art for over a decade.
In addition to his international practice, Jayne is the author of two highly-acclaimed books, The Finest Rooms in America (2010) and American Decoration (2012). He is currently working on Classical Principles for Modern Design: Lessons from Edith Wharton and Ogden Codman’s The Decoration of Houses (2018, forthcoming). Jayne Design Studio is featured in Architectural Digest’s prestigious AD 100 and in Elle Décor’s A-list of top American decorators. In 2013, Jayne received the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art’s Arthur Ross Award for Interior Decoration and in 2014 his firm received both the Stanford White Award from the ICAA’s New York chapter and the Pillar Award from the Preservation League of New York State.
Schafer holds a Masters of Architecture from the Yale School of Architecture, and is the author of the bestselling book The Great American House (2012) and the newly released A Place to Call Home (2017). His work has been featured in Architectural Digest, Elle Décor, Veranda, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal. When he’s not traveling for work, Schafer divides his time between New York City, upstate New York, and Maine.
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Honorary Chair ZAC POSEN Creative Director, Brooks Brothers Women’s Collection
SARAH BRAY JEFFREY CALDWELL SAMUEL P.C. DANGREMOND LUCINDA MAY FREDERICA TOMPKINS Vice Chairs SOMMER V. CHATWIN & JONATHAN WALK WILLIAM CULLUM LIZZIE R. DECARLO JUSTIN R. KUSH ROBERT LEVY, MD ELIZABETH LOWREY JUSTINE LYNCH ARIELLE PATRICK ELLIOT J. RAYFIELD, MD ALEXANDRA SEGALAS LACARY SHARPE FRANCES H. SYMES
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2018 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW YOUNG COLLECTORS NIGHT
Benefit Committee Hillary Bunn Birchfield
Preeya R. Broome Seth
Clay Floren & Andrew Elmets
Paul J. Mateyunas
Tommy Stefanek & Urban Electric Co.
Astrid & Thomas Burns
Melissa Mittag, Fromental
Lansing D. Moore Jr.
Guy W. Tunnicliffe III
Alecta Rose Hill
S. Brooks Huston
Sybil Bunn Pool
Samantha Whiting Ulrich
Jennifer A. Cuminale
Zak Profera, ZAK + FOX
Courtney M. Walls
Augustus W.E. Dangremond
Samuel M. Wathen
Phoebe Booth DePree
Diana & Charles Revson
Elizabeth Marshall Dinsmore
Katherine B. Robie
Susan Magrino Dunning
Alix M. Lerman
Michael S. Lorber
William E. Rutledge
Interior Design Committee Wendy Goodman, Design Editor, New York magazine
Elkus Manfredi Architects
CULLMAN AND KRAVIS ASSOCIATES, INC.
Amy Lau Design
Paris Forino Design
Sallie Giordano for Leta Austin Foster and Associates
Philip Mitchell Design Inc. Phillip Thomas Inc.
Ms. Brooke Gomez
Lindsey Coral Harper
Rajni Alex Design
Rebecca Birdwell, Design Leadership Network
Robin Bell Design
Adam Charlap Hyman
Sara Bengur Interiors
Brad Ford ID
Tony Ingrao & Randy Kemper
Brian del Toro Inc.
J + G Design
Brockschmidt and Coleman
Kate Ives Design
Alexia Sheinman, Pembrooke and Ives
CeCe Barfield, Inc.
Katherine Nedelkoff Design
Keita Turner Design
William Clukies, MR Architecture + Decor
Kostow Greenwood Architects
ANNE SPILMAN INTERIORS
Julie Liepold, Liepold Design Group LLC
Gray Davis & Will Meyer
Michael Davis, AIA, Michael Davis Architects and Interiors
Marks and Frantz Interior Design
Gil Walsh Interiors
Jackson McCard / Matthew Pober
DOUGLAS GRANETO KATHLEEN GUZMAN JEANNINE WILLIAMS DESIGN JOE SERRINS STUDIO SUZANNE KASLER LETA AUSTIN FOSTER AND ASSOCIATES T. CAMILLE MARTIN BRIAN J. MCCARTHY PAPPAS MIRON DESIGN CHRISTINA S. ROUGHAN, ROUGHAN INTERIORS DAVID CHRISTOPHER SALVATORE BRIAN SAWYER OF SAWYER | BERSON ARCHITECTURE AND LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTURE, LLP PERRY SAYLES
Barbara Bell Interiors Alexandra Barker BarlisWedlick Architects John Barman & Kelly Graham
Ernest de la Torre Drake / Anderson Arthur Dunnam
Benjamin Noriega-Ortiz & Steven Wine
Michelle R Smith Matthew Patrick Smyth Alison Spear, AIA Robert Stilin Andrew Suvalsky
Ryan Nessing of Nessing Design (November 29, 2017)
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2017 OPENING NIGHT PARTY
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Brent Blasiak, Michelle Impey, Matt Burgey Jamie Drake, Simon Phillips, Michael Bloomberg, Diana Taylor, Caleb Anderson Barbara Tober, Donald Tober Lee Black, Cece Black Terry Martin Jr.,Â Ellen Washburn Martin, Chris Tofalli, Kim Roy Tofalli, Helen Frech Kippax, John E. Kippax, Justena Kavanagh Giovanni Bucchi Raymond Lewis, Eula Johnson, John Redick
8. Robby Frolick, Emily Frick 9. Barbara de Portago, Russell Grant 10. Jerry Lauren 11. Sam Dangremond
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Jeanie Jones, Barclay G. Jones III Ellen Meyer, Bob Meyer Richard Chilton Fay Gambee Christopher Mason, Natasha Zupan
11 6. Tom Remien, Fran Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Brien, Lucinda Ballard, Arie Kopelman, Daniel Diaz 7. David Walker, Katherine Vandell 8. Genevieve Wheeler Brown, Chappy Morris, Melissa Morris 9. Peter Pennoyer, Katie Ridder 10. Courtney Booth Christensen 11. Barbara Friedman
2017 OPENING NIGHT PARTY
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Coco Kopelman, Jill Kargman Joe Standart, Clinton Standart Agnieszka Balaban, Lorri Ahl Lisa Bytner, Amanda Essex James Aguiar Celerie Kemble, Stephanie Clark, Lucinda Ballard
7. Tom Remien, Liz Sigety, Sarah Donnem, Jeff Nicholas 8. Mary Cronson, Friedrich Kern 9. Lindsay Eisenkraft, Russel Grant 10. Louis Bofferding, Muffy Cunningham 11. Michael Diaz-Griffith
12. Tom Israel, Valaer van Roijen 13. Phil Yang, Maria Yang, Frederick Chung 14. Richard Kolman, Debbie Kolman 15. Richard Turley, Margo Langenberg 16. Ann Oâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;Mally, Mark Scheinberg
5 1. Miles Redd, Caleb Anderson, Jamie Drake 2. Linda Jones, Kathy Gray 3. Jeff Daly, Mitchell B. Reiss 4. Rachel Cope, Nick Cope 5. The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr.
6. Arie Kopelman, Catherine Sweeney Singer 7. Ronald Hurst, Mitchell B. Reiss 8. East Side House Students 9. Michael Lynch 10. David Dangremond, Tom Savage, Susan Townsend, Thomas Jayne 11. Wendy Holmes, Kevin McAlister 12. Jay Cantor
2017 YOUNG COLLECTORS NIGHT
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Collecting for the Commonwealth/Preserving for the Nation:
Celebrating a Century of Art Patronage at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, 1919-2018 By: Susan J. Rawles, PhD Associate Curator of American Painting and Decorative Art Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Top to bottom: Paul Storr English, 1771-1844 Figure of Hebe, 1829-30 Silver VMFA, Jerome and Rita Gans Collection of English Silver, 97.59a-b Mikhail Perkhin, workmaster Russian, 1860-1903 House of Fabergé, manufacturer Saint Petersburg, active 1842–1917 Imperial Peter the Great Easter Egg, 1903 Gold, silver-gilt, diamonds, rubies, enamel, watercolor, ivory, rock crystal, sapphire VMFA, Bequest of Lillian Thomas Pratt, 47.20.33
Like many American art museums, the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) reflects the combined efforts of generous individual donors whose myriad interests have united in creating an encyclopedic collection of great art from around the world. Additionally, like many of its institutional counterparts, its evolution bears the marks of its origins. Urban museums founded during the Gilded Age were motivated in large part by dramatic demographic trends and an altruistic conviction that art could educate—and Americanize—the disparate peoples populating their expanding neighborhoods. VMFA was conceived a generation later under very different circumstances. Born in the wake of World War I, its roots are inextricably imbedded in the social discord and economic depression that characterized the domestic aftermath of military conflict. Moreover, its cornerstone was laid in a segregated South poised on the threshold of dramatic change. This context imbued its founding with a dual-faced agenda; simultaneously proud of Virginia’s historic prominence, it was yet intent on promoting a modern and progressive future. To that end, a public-private partnership was forged whose legacy continues to shape the museum’s day-to-day operations. In this centennial year, we celebrate the century of art patrons whose demonstrated belief in this public-private trust has transformed VMFA into a world-class museum. .
Vincent van Gogh Dutch, 1853-90 Daisies, Arles, 1888 Oil on canvas VMFA, Collection of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mellon, 2014.207
Reconstruction. In 1884, five years after her passing, the house and acreage was sold to a benevolent society, the Robert E. Lee Camp, No. 1, as a facility for invalid and indigent veterans of the Confederacy. A less well-known aspect of the camp’s history is its role in fostering a culture of postwar reconciliation. The barracks and administrative, medical, dining, and social facilities, as well as museum and memorial chapel, were funded by generous donors from all parts of the United States, including both Union and Confederate veterans. Over the ensuing years, the site became a venue for meetings and reunions of retired veterans from across the country. Conveyed to the Commonwealth in 1892 in exchange for fiscal subsidies, the property was subsequently expanded to include the Home for Needy Confederate Women, which continued to support female relatives of Confederate soldiers until 1989, a halfcentury after the death of its last veteran in 1941. However, in 1921, the Camp’s collection of historic Confederate relics, including Stonewall Jackson’s horse Little Sorrel, was transferred to the newly built Confederate Memorial Institute. Popularly dubbed “Battle Abbey” and now part of the Virginia Historical Society, the building was the first home to John Barton Payne’s gift of paintings. Today, Robinson House, the Confederate Memorial Chapel (est. 1887), and the Home for Needy Confederate Women (now the Pauley Center) remain as historically interpreted components of VMFA’s extensive campus.
In 1919, shortly before beginning his term as the secretary of the interior for the United States, Judge John Barton Payne gave fifty works of art to the Commonwealth of Virginia. Subsequently, the esteemed politician, lawyer, and philanthropist offered a $100,000 matching grant for the construction of an art museum. The year was not otherwise an auspicious one. As the “Spanish Influenza” (1918-19) completed a catastrophic sweep that shut down communities and took 600,000 lives, the war concluded with an economic slump. Rampant unemployment and stiff job competition triggered race riots in twenty-six American cities. Compounding the economic and social tensions were politically charged urban strikes and militant anarchist movements, which, emerging in the wake of a Soviet-inspired “Red Scare,” resulted in the deportation of 10,000 Americans and a trail of fear among others. As disaffection mounted, President Woodrow Wilson suffered a compromising stroke. In hindsight, historians have judged 1919 one of the two worst years of the twentieth century. Yet it was precisely these conditions that prompted Payne’s decision to found an art museum premised, as he described it, on “intimate personal contact with the people.” Located on a stretch of Richmond’s Boulevard, a stone’s throw from its famed Monument Avenue, VMFA occupies land formerly part of The Grove, a summer residence-turnedplantation completed in the 1850s for Anthony and Rebecca Couch Robinson. Following her husband’s death, Rebecca Robinson stayed on during Union occupation and
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Jean Schlumberger, designer French, 1907-87 Tiffany and Co., retailer New York, active 1837-present Jasmine Necklace (Breath of Spring Necklace), 1966 (model 1962) Eighteen-karat gold, platinum, colored sapphires, diamonds VMFA, Collection of Mrs. Paul Mellon, 2015.77
Clara Driscoll, designer American, 1861-1944 Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, manufacturer New York, active 1892-1900 Cobweb Lamp, ca. 1902 Leaded glass, bronze, mosaic-glass tiles VMFA, Gift of Sydney and Frances Lewis, 85.164a-c
Ferguson Architects of Norfolk, Virginia. Completed in 1936, its construction is indebted to the talents and resources of former Virginia governor John Garland Pollard. While Payne anteed the challenge money, Pollard answered the assist by securing the matching funds, one quarter of which came through the Federal Works Progress Administration (WPA). Established by President Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1935, the WPA was charged with alleviating depression-era unemployment by subsidizing labor in support of state and local building projects. While neither Payne nor Pollard lived to witness the museum’s pending successes, they served consecutively as the nascent institution’s first and second presidents, and VMFA’s inaugural fund was established by Pollard in Payne’s name.
twentieth century a “collection of collections” only to open the twenty-first a leading institution of global art. This exhibition celebrates that evolution and the individuals whose gifts, leadership, and privately endowed acquisition funds continue to shape the future of VMFA. VMFA’s evolution has been fundamentally informed by the tastes and histories of its most transformational patrons. Notable among these is the late Paul Mellon. Mellon joined VMFA’s Board of Trustees in 1938 shortly after the museum’s doors first opened, and he went on to became one of its most beneficent advocates. Eighty years on, the Mellon family stands as VMFA’s most enduring patrons. From the boardroom to the galleries, from its physical fabric to most recently its conservation labs, all areas of the museum have benefited from their influence. Today, approximately 1,800 works of art are credited to the Mellons. Bridging both geographic and temporal boundaries, they include 150 Indian and Himalayan works from the famed Nasli Heeramaneck Collection, acquired with Mellon funds in 1968; the 1985 gift of British, American, and French Impressionist and PostImpressionist paintings; and the recent bequest of over 140 ornaments designed by the iconic artist-jeweler Jean Schlumberger.
John Barton Payne died in 1935, bequeathing seventy-five additional works to the museum. His combined gift of leadership, art, and funding set a precedent for major patrons of the next century, including the Mellon family, T. Catesby Jones, Adolph D. and Wilkins C. Williams, Sydney and Frances Lewis, the Gottwald family, J. Harwood and Louise B. Cochrane, Jerome and Rita Gans, Pamela K. and William A. Royall Jr., and James W. and Frances Gibson McGlothlin. Together with other leading patrons – Lillian Thomas Pratt, Arthur and Margaret Glasgow, E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter, Ludwig and Rosy Fischer, Robert and Nancy Nooter, and Frank Raysor – they established and nurtured an institutional vision that continues to drive VMFA’s mission, prompting five major expansions (1954, 1970, 1976, 1985, and 2010) suited to its evolving needs. Ultimately, VMFA closed the
While the Mellon family stands as VMFA’s most longstanding patrons, others share their tremendous impact. Like the Mellons, Sydney and Frances Lewis, founders of Best Products, have forged a strong and enduring relationship with the museum, as their gifts of modern and contemporary painting 62
Willem de Kooning American, born Netherlands, 1904-97 Lisbeth’s Painting, 1958 Oil on canvas VMFA, Gift of Sydney and Frances Lewis, 85.379 © 2017 The Willem de Kooning Foundation/Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York
Raoul Dufy French, 1877-1953 Reclining Nude, 1929 Oil on canvas VMFA, T. Catesby Jones Collection, 47.10.15 © 2017 Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York/ADAGP, Paris
and fin-de-siècle decorative arts bear witness. Yet, as with all major patrons, the Lewises have also left a personal imprint on the museum through the preferences and personality expressed by their selections. While subject to common factors like timing, experience, and resources, their two collections represent distinctly different motivations. On one hand, the couple’s careful cultivation of their leading collection of Art Nouveau and Art Deco conveys the privileging of eye and mind. On the other, their assembled works by living artists speaks to another dimension of their story; as their flourishing friendship with Andy Warhol acquainted the couple with numerous artists, the Lewises frequently exchanged needed household appliances for proffered works of art. If the former is testament to their acute discernment, the latter is evidence of their generous spirit.
In addition to these painting collections, the museum has been the recent recipient of ten thousand works on paper. Collected by Frank Raysor over the last three decades and representative of artistic production spanning five hundred years, the gift has transformed VMFA’s holdings in countless media and served as the basis of its new study center. Complementing these historic works are those that look to the future. To this end, Pamela K. and William A. Royall Jr. have given generously of their time and resources. Emphasizing cutting-edge works by young artists of global relevance, they have changed the trajectory of VMFA’s twenty-first-century galleries with works that enhance and complicate existing narratives while advancing the institutional mission to bring diverse visions to a wide audience. VMFA’s holdings in the decorative arts are likewise rich in patron tastes and histories. The Lillian Thomas Pratt collection of Russian decorative arts imparts a ghostly spirit of romanticism. As a child, Lillian Thomas moved with her mother to Tacoma, Washington, to drink from the font of economic promise that nurtured this western terminus of the Transcontinental Railroad. The self-proclaimed “City of Destiny” was described by Rudyard Kipling as “literally staggering under a boom of the boomiest.”1 Thomas met the Virginia-born John Lee Pratt while working as a stenographer at the Puget Sound Flouring Mill. A 1902 graduate of the University of Virginia, Pratt’s chemical engineering degree landed him a position with the local DuPont plant during the tenuous years of World War I. Married in 1917, on the heels of Russia’s Communist revolution, she spent the last decades of
Complementing works from the Mellons and Lewises are other notable gifts. The core of the museum’s French modernists collection comes from former trustee, the late T. Catesby Jones, a Virginia-born maritime lawyer whose arrival in New York coincided with the rise of modernism. Between 1905 and 1925, the Frankfurt-born Ludwig and Rosy Fischer assembled an extraordinary collection of German Expressionist paintings. Half the collection was inherited by their son Ernst and crossed the Atlantic with him and his wife, Anne, as they fled Nazi persecution. In 2008, VMFA partnered with Anne Fischer to bring this leading refugee collection to the museum.
Wenceslaus Hollar Czech, 1607-77 Unus Americanus ex Virginia, 1645 Etching VMFA, Arthur and Margaret Glasgow Endowment and Gift of Frank Raysor, 2017.64
Unidentified Artisan Ethiopian Processional Cross, 17th-18th century Silver VMFA, Gift of Robert and Nancy Nooter, 2012.288
Townsend-Goddard Group Newport, Rhode Island, active 18th century Bureau Table, ca. 1765-70 Mahogany, original brass pulls VMFA, Gift of Floyd D. and Anne C. Gottwald, 2002.559
multiple facets of American art, from the colonial to the modern, in both painting and decorative art. The exhibition celebrates the particular role of Floyd D. and Anne C. Gottwald, whose interest in colonial-era furniture is represented by a Townsend-Goddard bureau table, an archetypal example of the Newport aesthetic given by the family in their honor.
her life acquiring decorative objects imbued with its final tsarist regime. In 1947, following Lillian’s death, John Pratt donated her collection of more than five hundred works to the museum. Adjacent to the museum’s collection of Russian decorative arts are galleries which house the Gans Collection of English silver. Boasting extraordinary examples wrought by Britain’s most talented goldsmiths, the space is a visual symphony of master works from the seventeenth to the nineteenth centuries. As with the Pratt collection, the silver’s specialized space invites an intimate look at a variety of forms, styles, and techniques. These spaces are balanced by the more integrated approach of larger departmental galleries, which unite works of all media. Highlights include Robert and Nancy Nooter’s remarkable collections of African and Native American art, Asian works funded by the E. Rhodes and Leona B. Carpenter Foundation, and works by artists and craftsmen of all places and times underwritten with funds provided by Adolph D. and Wilkins C. Williams and Margaret and Arthur Glasgow.
Like many institutions, VMFA has benefited from the interest of numerous philanthropists, but rarely can an institution claim another museum as a valued donor. In 2008, the Museum of the City of New York made the momentous gift of the Worsham-Rockefeller bedroom. The gift is extraordinary on two counts: as a comprehensive period room, it records a seminal moment in American interior decoration; perhaps as importantly, it reminds us of the disparate worlds separating Reconstruction Richmond from Gilded Age New York, and the story of a woman who bridged the distance. Decorative arts were not the only field to benefit from this renewed commitment to American art; the attention to painting was likewise invigorated, thanks in large part to the generosity of J. Harwood and Louise B. Cochrane. Born into modest circumstances, Harwood Cochrane built his Overnite Trucking empire from a single horse-drawn milk wagon. What started as a subsistence enterprise in rural Virginia is today the freight arm of UPS. The couple first became involved with VMFA in the 1970s when Louise volunteered for the institution’s Artmobile, a “museum on wheels” that toured original works of art around the state in fulfillment of
Perhaps the most dramatic shift in the museum’s history has occurred in the department of American art. During the last decades of the twentieth century, a waning emphasis on American works was identified and redressed by new board leadership. The pioneering exhibition, Painting in the South, 1564-1980 (1983), held thirty years after the museum’s groundbreaking show Furniture of the Old South (1952), signals this period of revitalization. Instrumental to the resurgence was the Gottwald family. With gifts and leadership spanning three generations, the Gottwalds have contributed to 64
Attributed to Pottier and Stymus Manufacturing Company New York, active ca. 1859-1910 And/or George A. Schastey and Co., decoration New York, active 1873-97 Attributed to George A. Schastey and Co. New York, active 1873-97 And Sypher and Co., furnishings New York, active 1866-1907 Worsham-Rockefeller Bedroom, ca. 1881-2 Mahogany, ebonized and inlaid mahogany, textiles, metal VMFA, Gift of the Museum of the City of New York, 2008.213
Today, the Commonwealth of Virginia continues to provide for the institution’s physical and administrative infrastructure, the museum remains free and open to the public every day of the year, and each work of art that enters VMFA’s collections does so at the behest of liberal private patronage. The success of that original public-private trust reflects the passion and persistence of a century of patrons who have collected, donated, bequeathed, and financed more than 35,000 works for the benefit of the people. That history is both a responsibility and an inspiration. Highlighting VMFA’s most transformational donors with representative selections from its diverse holdings, Collecting for the Commonwealth is a celebration of that legacy and its underscored belief in art as a medium of humanity. We salute our patrons and look forward to the next hundred years of collecting.
its educational mission. Over the ensuing decades, the Cochranes gave generously of their time and resources; indeed, Louise Cochrane served as a VMFA trustee until her death a month shy of her centennial birthday. In 1988, the couple established the first restricted fund for American art. That endowment has since underwritten over fifty seminal works by American masters, and the curatorial chair for American art is named in their honor. Finally, perhaps the most transformational contributions of the twenty-first century have come from Virginians James W. and Frances Gibson McGlothlin. In 2005, in addition to their lead gift to support the museum’s fifth expansion, the couple announced their intention to bequeath their seminal collection of American painting. Ten years later, in an unexpected twist, the James W. and Frances Gibson McGlothlin Collection was permanently installed in the wing that bears their name, bringing to VMFA’s diverse audiences an illustrious parade of American talent.
Caroline Denyer Gallacci, The City of Destiny and the South Sound: An Illustrated History of Tacoma and Pierce County (Carlsbad, California: Heritage Media Corp., 2001), p. 49.
The opening of the McGlothlin Wing in 2010 marked a threshold moment in the museum’s history. From its origins in a patron’s dream, through decades of curatorial and administrative development, it emerged as a leading repository of great world art. Yet VMFA continues to hold fast to its founding vision. In 1919, John Barton Payne imagined an art museum that both educated and united a disparate people, bridging society’s gaps to advance mutual understanding. To that end, he urged an institutional plan based on free admission and philanthropic support. 65
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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: email@example.com 19th- and early 20th-century design.
16 East 52nd Street 10th Floor New York, New York 10022 (212) 397-2818 Steven J. Chait, President Andrew H. Chait, Vice President, CFO website: www.rmchait.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 by appointment only at: 1 Essex Court 30 St. James’s Place London SW1A 1NR United Kingdom Ewa Cohen, Michael Cohen, & Will Motley, Manager website: www.cohenandcohen.co.uk email: email@example.com 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: email@example.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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: email@example.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: firstname.lastname@example.org Antique atlases, maps, plans, sea charts, and voyages dating from the 15th to the 19th centuries.
Booth 66 GALERIE ANNE-SOPHIE DUVAL
66B Kensington Church Street London W8 4BY United Kingdom +44 20 7221 1573 Cell: +44 7973 800415 Didier Haspeslagh & Martine Newby Haspeslagh website: www.didierltd.com email: email@example.com Artistic post-war jewelry by painters, sculptors, architects, and designers from the UK, Europe, USA, and South America.
+33 (0)1 43 54 51 16 5 Quai Malaquais 75006 Paris, France firstname.lastname@example.org annesophieduval.com Specialists in Art DĂŠco furniture and applied arts of the early twentieth century since 1972 in Paris, showing the work of the most creative and well-known French designers of the period, such as Pierre Chareau, Jean-Michel Frank, Armand Albert Rateau, Etienne Cournaults, Eileen Gray, Paule Iribe, and Alberto Giacometti.
Booth 36 GEOFFREY DINER GALLERY, INC.
Booth 26 PETER H. EATON AND JOAN R. BROWNSTEIN
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: email@example.com International fine and decorative arts, 1860 to the present.
24 Parker Street Newbury, Massachusetts 01951 (978) 465-2754 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com 24parkerstreet.com New England furniture made between 1650 and 1820, primarily in old surface, New England folk paintings, particularly portraiture, and 20th-century ceramics.
Booth 40 DONZELLA
Booths 74 PETER FETTERMAN GALLERY
17 White Street New York, New York 10013 (212) 965-8919 Paul Donzella, Principal Lori Scacco, Gallery Manager website: www.donzella.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Post-war design from the United States & Italy. Contemporary design from the United States & Europe.
2525 Michigan Avenue, Gallery A1 Santa Monica, California 90404 (310) 453-6463 Peter Fetterman website: www.peterfetterman.com email: email@example.com Classic 20th-century fine art photography.
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Booth 68 DIDIER LTD
Booth 29 PETER FINER
Booth 10 BERNARD GOLDBERG FINE ARTS, LLC
38 & 39 Duke Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6DF United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7839 5666 Fax: (+44) 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: firstname.lastname@example.org Antique arms, armor, and related objects.
New York, New York By appointment: (212) 813-9797 Bernard Goldberg, Owner Ken Sims, Gallery Manager website: www.bgfa.com email: email@example.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.
Booth 45 GEMINI ANTIQUES LTD.
Booth 71 THOMAS HENEAGE ART BOOKS
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.
42 Duke Street, St James’s London SW1Y 6DJ United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7930 9233 website: www.heneage.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 website: www.michaelgoedhuis.com email: email@example.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: firstname.lastname@example.org Old Master and Modern prints and drawings.
Booth 64 HYDE PARK ANTIQUES, LTD.
730 Fifth Avenue Fourth Floor New York, NY 10019 The Fuller Building 41 East 57th Street, Ninth Floor New York, NY 10022 (212) 535-8810 Fax: (212) 772-7237 Stuart P. Feld, President & Director Elizabeth Feld, Managing Director website: www.hirschlandadler.com email: email@example.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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 4 HIRSCHL & ADLER MODERN
Booth 57 JAMES INFANTE
730 Fifth Avenue Fourth Floor New York, NY 10019 The Fuller Building 41 East 57th Street, Ninth Floor New York, NY 10022 (212) 535-8810 Fax: (212) 772-7237 email@example.com website: hirschlandadler.com Post-War, Contemporary, and Outsider painting, sculpture, and works on paper by important American and European artists.
New York, New York By appointment: (917) 864-6780 website: www.jamesinfante.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: email@example.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: firstname.lastname@example.org Medieval to mid-century modern statues, fountains, seats, sundials, urns and ornaments from America, Europe and Asia.
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Booth 39 HIRSCHL & ADLER GALLERIES
Booth 43 JASON JACQUES GALLERY
Booth 19 KELLY KINZLE
29 East 73rd Street #1 New York, NY 10021
9 Center Square PO Box 235 New Oxford, Pennsylvania 17350 (717) 495-3395 website: kellykinzleantiques.com email: email@example.com American folk art, painted furniture, paintings and tall case clocks.
(212) 535-7500 website: jasonjacques.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Founded in 1991, Jason Jacques Gallery is the preeminent purveyor of late 19th- and early 20th-century works of art, particularly Art Nouveau and Japonist pottery and European ceramics. The gallery launched its contemporary program in 2010 and is known for exhibiting contemporary ceramics within a historical context, and mounts special exhibitions.
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: email@example.com Established in 1940 and in its third generation of family ownership, Kentshire is one of New Yorkâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: email@example.com Rare antique carpets, tapestries and needlework, from the Gothic to Pop Art periods.
24 East 84th Street New York, New York 10028 (212) 628-7088 website: www.levygalleries.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org 17th- to 19th-century furniture and decorative arts with pieces in the Jacobean, William and Mary, Queen Anne, Chippendale, and Federal styles.
Booth 55 MACKLOWE GALLERY, LTD
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: email@example.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.
445 Park Avenue New York, NY 10022 (212) 644-6400 Fax: (212) 755-6143 website: www.macklowegallery.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Tiffany Studios lamps, art glass, and bronzes; French Art Nouveau furniture, art glass, lighting, ceramics, and lithographs; important antique and estate jewelry.
Booth 22 LOBEL MODERN
Booth 6 JOAN B MIRVISS LTD
New York Design Center 200 Lexington Avenue, Suite 915 New York, NY 10016 Saturdays by Appointment email@example.com lobelmodern.com Lobel Modern was established by Evan Lobel in 1997. His vision was to promote important mid-20th-century design that focuses on exceptional craftsmanship and materials with an emphasis on furniture that crosses over into art. Lobel Modern has since become a critical resource for designers, architects, and collectors around the world.
39 East 78th Street, 4th Floor, Suite 401 (at Madison Avenue) New York, New York 10075 (212) 799-4021 Fax: (212) 721-5148 Joan B. Mirviss website: www.mirviss.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 32 LOST CITY ARTS
Booth 30 LILLIAN NASSAU LLC
18 Cooper Square New York, New York 10003 (212) 375-0500 Fax: (212) 375-9342 James Elkind website: www.lostcityarts.com email: email@example.com Established in 1982, Lost City Arts is recognized internationally as a leading source of mid-20th-century fine art, design, furniture, lighting, and accessories.
220 East 57th Street New York, NY 10022 (212) 759-6062 Fax: (212) 832-9493 firstname.lastname@example.org www.lilliannassau.com For close to 75 years, Lillian Nassau LLC has offered museum-quality examples of the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany and Tiffany Studios, including leaded glass lamps and windows, favrile glass and pottery, mosaics, metalwork and more, as well as late 19th- and early 20th-century decorative arts, design and sculpture.
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Booth 70 NATHAN LIVERANT AND SON, LLC
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: email@example.com Our 61st 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: email@example.com 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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: email@example.com Specializing in American decorative arts; naïve folk paintings, painted furniture, textiles, pottery, folk art, Bakelite jewelry, and related accessories of the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org Antique jewelry, silver, porcelain, and glass, along with handmade sterling silver reproductions.
Boston, Massachusetts (617) 901-0003 email: email@example.com 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
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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: email@example.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: firstname.lastname@example.org Fine portrait miniatures and portrait waxes.
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Booth 48 JAMES ROBINSON, INC.
Booth 56 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: email@example.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: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 11 SPENCER MARKS
Booth 66 CAROLLE THIBAUT-POMERANTZ
P.O. Box 330 Southampton, MA 01073 (413) 527-7344 email@example.com website: www.spencermarks.com Spencer Marks specializes in fine and unique silver with a focus on the 19th and 20th centuries.
By appointment: New York: (212) 759-6048 (646) 322-3570 Paris: +33 (0) 6 09 05 35 98 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, Proprietor website: www.antique-wallpaper.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Vintage wallpaper panels—18th century to 1950s, and 20th- and 21st-century decorative arts.
Booth 65 GALERIE ST. ETIENNE
Booth 42 THROCKMORTON FINE ART, INC.
24 West 57th Street, Suite 802 New York, NY 10019 (212) 245-6734 Fax: (212) 765-8493 website: www.gseart.com email: email@example.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 website: www.throckmorton-nyc.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Pre-Columbian sculpture and textiles, Chinese archaic jades and ceramics, tribal art, and vintage photography.
Booth 5 ROBERT YOUNG ANTIQUES
39 West Street, PO Box 1609 Litchfield, Connecticut 06759 (860) 567-9693 Fax: (860) 567-8526 website: www.tillouantiques.com email: email@example.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.
68 Battersea Bridge Road London SW11 3AG United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7228 7847 Robert Young & Josyane Young website: www.robertyoungantiques.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Fine country furniture and folk art.
Booth 54 RUPERT WACE ANCIENT ART
Booth 44 MENCONI + SCHOELKOPF FINE ART
19 Crown Passage, St James’s London SW1Y 6PP United Kingdom +44 (0) 20 7495 1623 website: www.rupertwace.co.uk email: email@example.com Ancient Egyptian, Classical, Near Eastern, and European antiquities.
13 East 69th Street, #2F New York, NY 10021 (212) 879-8815 website: www.msfineart.com email: firstname.lastname@example.org Established in 2001, the gallery specializes in American art from 1800-1950 and has superior expertise in modernism, American impressionism, the Ashcan School, and in the work of the 19th-century genre and landscape painters of the Hudson River School.
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Booth 53 TILLOU GALLERY
A LA VIEILLE RUSSIE
745 Fifth Avenue • New York City • 10151 • +1.212.752.1727 • alvr.com Two porcelain covered cups in the form of Turkish ladies’ heads with jeweled headdresses. By the Gardner Porcelain Factory. Russian, 1770-1790. Height: 8 inches.
Where the Unusual is Usual SM Booth 69
VOYAGE is a JOURNEY
THOMAS COLE (1801–1848) THE VOYAGE OF LIFE: MANHOOD C 1840, OIL ON CANVAS, 25.5 x 39” — I N C E L E B R AT I O N O F T H E —
L A N D M A R K I N T E R N AT I O N A L THOMAS COLE EXHIBITION
115 EAST 72ND STREET NEW YORK, NY 10021 TEL 212 472 1636 ALEXANDERGALLERY.COM B Y
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www.mnafineart.com OSCAR BLUEMNER. Violet Tones, 1934. Casein on Fabriano paper mounted on board, 28½ × 38½ inches.
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www.mnafineart.com FREDERIC EDWIN CHURCH. Marine—Sunset (The Black Sea), 1881–82. Oil on canvas, 30⅛ × 42 inches.
www.mnafineart.com ROBERT FREDERICK BLUM. Flower Market, Tokyo, 1892. Oil on canvas, 31⅝ × 25⅜ inches.
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www.mnafineart.com LEFT: CHILDE HASSAM.
Parc Monceau, Paris, c. 1888–89. Oil on canvas, 15 × 21½ inches. ABOVE: WINSLOW HOMER. In the Garden, 1874. Watercolor on paper, 9 × 6¾ inches.
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Three ‘Thebes’ stools Designed under the direction of Leonard Wyburd (1865-1958) Possibly manufactured by Glenister & Gibbons (partnership founded 1865) Retailed by Liberty & Co. (1875-present) English, after 1884 Literature: Donato Esposito, ‘From Ancient Egypt to Victorian London: the impact of ancient Egyptian furniture on British art and design 1850-1900’, Decorative Arts Society Journal, 27 (2003), pp. 81-93 (for a discussion of Thebes stools)
PO Box 6374, London W1A 3UR tel: +44 (0) 20 7493 0444 fax: +44 (0) 207 495 0766 e mail: email@example.com www.blairman.co.uk By appointment: Mayfair, London Booth #
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Harry Bertoia (American, 1915â&#x20AC;&#x201C;1978)
Bush, c. 1970 Bronze, 24 inches in diameter, 18 inches high
Specializing in 20th Century American Art 18 East 64th Street, 4th Floor, New York, NY 10065 212.535.5096 firstname.lastname@example.org jonathanboos.com
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BOWMAN SCULPTURE 6 Duke Street St James’s, London SW1Y 6BN
La Capresse des Colonies Charles Henri Cordier (French, 1827-1905) Signed and dated 1861 Cordier Bronze with silver and golden gilding Height: 16” (40 cm) Conceived and cast circa 1861
www.bowmansculpture.com Booth #
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: email@example.com
RARE PAIR OF CHINESE SANCAI “SPINACH AND EGG” GLAZED BISCUIT PORCELAIN FU LIONS, Kangxi period, AD 1662-1722 Height: 12 ½ inches Ex: Allard Collection, Paris Booth 67
COHEN & COHEN Dealers in important Chinese Export Porcelain and Works of Art
Gallery by appointment only at: 1 Essex Court, 30 St James’s Place, London, SW1Y 1NR Correspondence: PO Box 366, REIGATE RH2 2BB, UK Tel: +44 (0)1737 242180 Fax: +44 (0)1737 226236 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.cohenandcohen.co.uk
Punchbowl Also Exhibiting at: Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show: 14-20 February 2018 Asia Week New York 15-24 March 2018 Asian Art In London November 2018
Jiaqing period circa 1806 American Market Diameter: 16¼ inches; 41cm An important Chinese export porcelain punchbowl for the American market, with a ship building scene en grisaille, the borders in gold and iron red, with the monogram HE, for Henry Eckford ( 1775-1832) father of the American Navy; the image taken from Plate 1: ‘A Ninety Eight Gun Ship on the Stocks’ from Introduction to Drawing Ships, (London, Robert Sayer 1788)
THOMAS COULBORN & SONS LTD F INE A NTIQUE F URNITURE AND W ORKS OF A RT
Orpheus in the Underworld: Detail of a 17th Century Florentine pietra dura panel in the interior of an English 18th Century cabinet on stand.
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: email@example.com www.coulborn.com
cove landing 167 EAST 74TH STREET NEW YORK NEW YORK 10021 212.288.7597 firstname.lastname@example.org
AN UNUSUAL 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SOLID BURL WOOD SIDE CHAIR WITH SHAPED SEAT, SPLAYED LEGS AND SPINDLE BACK 34 INCHES HIGH 19 INCH SEAT HEIGHT 17 INCHES WIDE 20 INCHES DEEP
BROMLEY, George W. and Walter S. BROMLEY, [East 64th to 80th Street from Fifth to Second Avenue], published in Atlas of the City of New York, Borough of Manhattan, Philadelphia, G.W. Bromley & Co, 1908.
Daniel Crouch Rare Books email@example.com crouchrarebooks.com
London 4 Bury Street St Jamesâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s London SW1Y 6AB +44 (0)20 7042 0240
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Salvador DALI (1904-1989) La mite et la flamme, 1964 Unique surreal candlestick with a moth hovering over the flame of a candle emerging out of a flower. Ex. collection Mafalda Davis, Paris H. 24 ins Booth 68
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Scott Burton USA Perforated Metal Settee and Chairs, 1988-89 Another example of this set is in the Museum of Modern Art, New York. Booth 36
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an exceptional queen anne period dressing table in a small size, perfectly proportioned, with rare mariner’s compass star inlay centered in the top and with an inlaid scooped shell in the case. There are perhaps a half dozen of these known, thought to have been made in and around Boston, c.1735. Examples are in the Museum of Fine Arts, Winterthur, The Metropolitan, and Bayou Bend in Houston. Made of walnut, with a 28" case, this dressing table descended in the Milliken family of Duxbury.
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Harness fittings, Tibetan or Chinese for the Tibetan market, 15th â&#x20AC;&#x201C;17th century Tibet or Eastern China Iron, gold, silver, copper alloy and leather / Provenance: Private collection, Switzerland This set of pendant fittings was probably mounted at the centre of the peytral or breast collar of a complete set of horse harness with matching fittings comprising bridle, peytral, crupper and saddle. Each element is of gilded iron, pierced and chiselled with a design of animals within a ground of scroll-work. The fittings are comparable to a number of harness fittings of high quality, including two saddles and a group of four other harness fittings, all in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
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shakespeare’s play — CORIOLANUS Act V, scene iii — American c.1825 frances clifton, the maker, attended the Bethlehem female seminary in pA and either there or later at a different school worked this large lavish silk embroidery. it depicts the dynamic moment coriolanus’s wife, son, mother, and others, venture out from rome and successfully plead with coriolanus not to destroy the city.
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Henry Bone, R.A. (British, 1755–1834) Jane, Duchess of Gordon enamel, inscribed, signed & dated 1825
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Gherardo Poli and Giuseppe Poli (florence 1657–1745 and florence 1704–1747 pisa)
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Anna Mary Robertson (“Grandma”) Moses. A Blizzard (detail). Oil. 16” x 24”. © Grandma Moses Properties Co., N.Y.
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“Cole Porter” armchair by Jean Michel Frank, ca. 1928, provenance Rateau collection Gueridon table attributed to Albert-Armand Rateau, ca. 1925 One of four scenes from Joseph Dufour’s decor “Jardin Anglais”, ca. 1803 Booth 66
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Rare Setter Dog Weathervane Attributed to E.G. Washburn and Co., New York. Ca. 1880-1900. Full body copper. Excellent untouched condition with exceptional verdigris surface. 16 ½”h x 33 ½”w x 4”d. Chippendale Four Drawer Chest Hartford County, Connecticut, ca. 1770. Cherry, pine and poplar secondary woods. Fine condition, minor repairs, original brass. The chest has an undermolded top above four graduated reverse-serpentine drawer fronts flanked by quarter columns. The case is blocked at the ends which conforms to the ogee bracket feet and top. Note the back ends of the back feet are shaped and conform to the lines of the inside of the backs of the front feet, a feature not commonly seen. The chest is highlighted with line inlay around the top, drawer faces, and quarter columns. 32 ½”h x 37”w (case), 19 ½”d. Booth 53
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William J. Glackens (1870-1938) The Balcony, c. 1899 Sepia and black ink with white wash, 9⅝ x 12 inches Signed lower left center: W Glackens
John La Farge (1835–1910) Portrait of Faase, The Taupo of Fagaloa Bay, Samoa, 1891 Watercolor and gouache on board, 19¼ x 15½ inches Signed and inscribed at lower right: Taupo Faase Janry 1891 / Near Vaiala John LaFarge / Samoa 160
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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 information please contact Laura Daley, Director of Development at East Side House Settlement: telephone 718-665-5250; fax 718 585-1433; or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Philanthropist ($250,000 and over) ANONYMOUS ROBERT ALTMAN ESTATE OF LOUIS W. BOWEN ESTATE OF JOYCE GOLDEN ESTATE OF WILLIAM & ANN ZELL Patron ($100,000 to $249,999) W. GRAHAM ARADER III MR. & MRS. MARVIN H. DAVIDSON ESTATE OF C. WARREN FORCE ESTATE OF BERENICE B. HETKIN ESTATE OF JULIE KAMMERER RANDALL McCALLUM MRS. EDMOND J. SAFRA MRS. CHARLES F. SMITHERS JEAN L. & ROBERT A. STERN ENDOWMENT PHILIP L. YANG JR. Sponsor ($50,000 to $99,999) 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
Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Peter & Lenore Standish Rodney Strickland Joan P. Young Friend ($10,000 to $24,999) Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Ames Jonathan Brandt Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Breck Frank Brunkhorst Mario Buatta Margaret M. Clucas Marina Rust Connor Robert A. Constable Sarah Lund 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 Teresa Heinz Wendy Holmes & Kevin McAlister Christine Janis
Barclay G. Jones III Paul Tudor Jones Mr. & Mrs. Mark Elliot Kingdon Mr. & Mrs. Richard E. Kolman Mr. & Mrs. Henry R. Kravis Valerie Anne Krieger Anuj Malhotra 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 Mark Schienberg Debora H. Schnappauf Andrew P. Siff Harvey Silverman Ruth Hall Smithers Nancy F. Solomon William W. Stahl Mr. & Mrs. Edgar Wachenheim Mr. & Mrs. Edward Kingman Weld Glenn E. Whitmore William Zeckendorf
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 Francesco Scattone Stephen R. Seiter Jeffrey M. Siegal
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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 2017.
$100,000 or more CLARK FOUNDATION NATIONAL CENTER FOR FAMILIES LEARNING ROBIN HOOD FOUNDATION THE PINKERTON FOUNDATION TIGER FOUNDATION $25,000 or more ALTMAN FOUNDATION FRANCES L. & EDWIN L. CUMMINGS MEMORIAL FUND HAGEDORN FUND GLADYS AND ROLAND HARRIMAN FOUNDATION TEAGLE FOUNDATION $10,000 or more LILY AUCHINCLOSS FOUNDATION ROSE M. BADGELEY CHARITABLE FOUNDATION HARRIS MATHEWS CHARITABLE FOUNDATION HENRY AND LUCY MOSES FUND NEUBERGER BERMAN FOUNDATION TANAKA MEMORIAL FOUNDATION $5,000 or more THEODORE H. BARTH FOUNDATION COLGATE-PALMOLIVE CON EDISON EPSTEIN TEICHER PHILANTHROPIES HYDE AND WATSON FOUNDATION MUFG FOUNDATION THE TJX FOUNDATION UBER TECHNOLOGIES
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Individual and Group Gifts President’s Circle ($5,000 or more) Renee Boyd Deutsche Bank AG New York Branch Thaddeus I. Gray Barclay G. Jones III Stephen J. Ketchum Arie L. Kopelman Leonard & Judy Lauder Robert Meyer Dolores O’Brien Miller Thomas Remien & Mary Anne Hunting Francesco Scattone Mrs. Charles F. Smithers Philip L. Yang Jr. Mr. & Mrs. William L. Zeckendorf Sustainers ($2,500 to $4,999) Lorri J. Ahl AIG Lucinda C. Ballard Courtney & Gus Christensen Debra Del Vecchio William S. Elder Goldman Sachs Gives Wendy Holmes & Kevin McAlister IStar The John N. Blackman Sr. Foundation Robert Kaufman The Honorable Eugene Oliver Jr. Elizabeth Donnem Sigety Richard Ziegelasch Supporters ($1,000 to $2,499) Kevin Atteson Dayton Carr Community Foundation of New Jersey Fay Gambee Karen Kemp Glover Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd. Richard E. Kolman Mr. & Mrs. Gerald Noonan Mr. Stuart Parker Patterson Companies Philip Colleck Ltd. Janet C. Ross Dr. & Mrs. John Ruttenberg Debora Schnappauf Neil Schneider Andrew P. Siff Linda Sylling
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Donors ($500 to $999) Emerson Charles Stephanie B. Clark Phil Clevenger Coach, Inc. Dialogue Direct Marvena Edmond The Ford Foundation Gideon Friedman Alice Hicks David Howard Hubert Company, LLC Christine Janis Joseph Lark Mr. & Mrs. J. Michael Loening The Honorable Earle I. Mack Ana Maldonado Mrs. Anne McAlinden Mr. & Mrs. James Noonan Mr. & Mrs. Robert Rittereiser Ruth H. Smithers Catherine Sweeney Singer Mr. & Mrs. Tom Tanis
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East Side House Settlement
Success on the Rise:
Success by the Numbers Every Year:
96% early childhood students exceed New York State Language Acquisition Standards
10,000 individuals and families are served by
98% students increased reading skills through the ReadNYC summer literacy camp
1,000 students graduate from our high schools
East Side House programs
700 graduates are accepted to college
80% graduation rate
350 individuals are placed in jobs
80% of our graduates applied to college
200 senior citizens are served daily meals 209 children are provided a pre-school education
At East Side House Settlement, we know that education
More than a century later, though our zip code has
is the most powerful force for change in any individualâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s
changed, our mission has not. We bring education,
life. Our programs and services provide critical tools
innovation and opportunity to 10,000 residents
people need to move forward and create economic and
throughout the Bronx and northern Manhattan through
civic opportunities for themselves, their families, and
programs that truly change lives. Our resources provide
their communities. This formula has been changing lives
a necessary supplement to the public school system
since our establishment in 1891. Back then, the location
and bridge gaps in services for residents of every age
of need was the Upper East Side of Manhattan, serving
level. With more than 125 years of experience, East Side
a community of immigrants heavily impacted by poverty
House continues to see the return on our investment
through the success of our participants.
CIRCLES OF SUCCESS
East Side House Settlement
“There are so many ways East Side House changed things for me and for my family. Before this program, I didn’t see myself as my children’s teacher. Today, my kids are progressing and I now have the confidence to be a leader in my community.”
“When I was younger East Side House brought in a lot of guest speakers who had come where I come from, but who made something of their lives. I wanted to be able to improve myself like they did.”
East Side House Program: Family Literacy Program
East Side House Programs: After School Programs, Mott Haven Village Preparatory High School
Current Status: President of the Delegate Agency Policy Committee at East Side House
Current Status: Sophomore at Alfred University, studying Mechanical Engineering
When Anabel first heard about the Family Learning Program through her son’s East Side House Head Start class, she saw the program as a way to help her youngest son overcome his speech delay.
Ryan spent his life growing up in East Side House programs, both as a participant in an after-school program and a 2016 graduate of Mott Haven Village Preparatory High School. He explains that he can’t remember a time when East Side House hasn’t played a role in his life. From the many basketball games he played on East Side House teams, to the countless hours he spent with mentors, he said it molded him into the young man he is today.
Through involvement in the program, this mother of three, and daughter of Mexican immigrants, not only helped all her children improve their academics, but she stepped into a new role as a parent advocate and leader. Through the program’s various community service projects, she opened her eyes to the critical issues within her community. In addition to her dedication to community literacy, one she shares with East Side House staff, Anabel has spearheaded efforts on neighborhood safety and positive community building.
He credits East Side House with being the influence in his life that kept him from following in the footsteps of his friends: skipping school, engaging in community violence, or becoming court-involved. The positive mentoring he received from East Side House advisors and teen program staff at Mitchel Community Center helped him shape and achieve his goal of attending college. By absorbing and emulating success stories around him, Ryan became a standout student and was accepted to Alfred University.
Today she works within the community to inspire other parents to take an active role in their children’s education. She believes East Side House gives families the tools they need to make positive strides in their lives and recognizes the power East Side House brings to its community members.
During his freshman year, Ryan experienced challenges common to students learning the college ropes, and on a holiday break, he turned to the East Side House staff for help. His longtime mentors there gave him what seemed like tough advice at the time: to stick with it. Ryan took that advice, and it paid off. By the end of his freshman year, Ryan felt confident with his grades and more comfortable with the college experience.
She now feels equipped to support her children’s learning and has a foundation for involvement in their schools throughout their academic careers.
Ryan truly believes his success is the outcome of the East Street House community that stands behind him. This keen understanding has led Ryan to look for chances to lift up others around him while developing his own life plan. Not surprisingly, Ryan has found the opportunity to give back to East Side House, working for two years in the same after-school and summer programs he once benefited from as a participant.
CIRCLES OF SUCCESS
“I am a man who turned my life around with the help of East Side House. They have been here with me every step of the way.”
“I believe I’m ready because of the enormous support received from East Side House. In the future as an alumnus, I want to share my experience with other East Side House students and help them achieve.”
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East Side House Program: Lehman High School
Current Status: Business student at Borough of Manhattan Community College
Current Status: Freshman at Yale University, studying Mathematics
Denzel grew up as one of seven children born to a single mother. During elementary school, he entered the foster care system which left him feeling isolated. Although he often acted out in school, his teachers recognized him as a brilliant young person. One teacher took the time to teach him to play chess. He quickly excelled, winning tournaments and awards. The sense of pride he felt in mastering this mentally challenging game made him feel special and unique.
At 16, Xin and her mother immigrated to the United States from China. Xin, like many of our East Side House students whose families are not native English speakers, found herself becoming the household translator. Most teenagers would find this daunting, but Xin does not let any challenge get in her way. A driven student, Xin entered Lehman High School with an ambitious goal of one day attending an Ivy League college. She worked tirelessly to learn the English language, putting in extra hours reading, studying, and grasped any opportunity to learn. East Side House nurtured her work ethic and made sure she had the resources she needed to knock down any barriers that came her way. The staff helped her and her family navigate the college application and financial aid processes and put Xin in touch with Admissions staff at top tier schools.
However, as Denzel entered high school, daily social pressures began to weigh on him, pulling him down an unproductive path. Before he knew it, at the age of 16, Denzel had dropped out of school and joined a gang. At many points throughout his years of gang involvement, Denzel knew his life was in danger. He watched his friends as they were injured at the hands of community violence or got arrested. He knew he wanted to make a change.
By utilizing this support, Xin progressed academically, not only becoming a top student in her class, but a true and compassionate leader. Xin was also compelled to make a difference for others and find solutions to common problems at her school. After experiencing bullying herself, Xin became inspired to work with faculty and staff on an anti-bullying initiative. From this, she also created Girl’s Self Defense Club at Lehman High School, which East Side House helped fund. In the absence of a student council, Xin spearheaded a plan to create one, receiving funding from East Side House for the necessary supplies and resources. Not surprisingly, Xin’s leadership was recognized by her peers who voted her Student Council President.
Denzel admits that it was not until he learned he was becoming a father that his motivation to seek change became clear. A friend led him to East Side House, an introduction that he now believes changed the course of his life. At East Side House, Denzel was able to earn his high school equivalency diploma as well as develop a resume and work on interviewing skills. At the same time, Denzel developed a strong relationship with the staff who encouraged him to reach further and helped him apply to college. Realizing that college was an attainable goal, he also sought new opportunities to expand his professional skills through an East Side House internship as a Community Coach. Now, with a clear direction and a plan to move forward, he realizes the importance of being a positive role model for his daughter and for other East Side House students he mentors.
Her hard work paid off. Xin has been able to realize her true academic potential and earned her a spot in the Ivy League and a place in the hearts of all who know her.
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2018 WINTER ANTIQUES SHOW Catherine Sweeney Singer Executive Director, Winter Antiques Show Welcome to the 2018 Winter Antiques Show!
In the Show’s sixty-fourth year, we welcome our loyal, continuing exhibitors as well as new exhibitors Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval, Hirschl & Adler Modern, Jason Jacques Gallery, Lobel Modern, Menconi + Schoelkopf Fine Art, Lillian Nassau, Spencer Marks, and returning exhibitors Peter H. Eaton and Joan R. Brownstein. We are grateful to Chubb, our Presenting Sponsor and Show sponsor for a twenty-second year. We welcome First Republic as a Supporting Sponsor and thank Brooks Brothers as well as our media sponsors.
Throughout the year, East Side House staff as well as the Show’s year-round volunteers—including the Winter Antiques Show Committee, Executive 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 Arie L. Kopelman as he becomes the first Chairman Emeritus of the Winter Antiques Show Committee. We (and I, for twenty-four years) have benefited from Arie’s guidance, support, creativity, enthusiasm, and generosity—especially with his ideas and time. We carry Arie’s legacy forward and thank Committee Co-Chairs Lucinda C. Ballard 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, Executive Director Daniel Diaz and his staff for their commitment to East Side House and the Winter Antiques Show. We thank the more than one hundred patrons from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts for their support of this year’s loan exhibition, Collecting for the Commonwealth/Preserving for the Nation: Celebrating a Century of Art Patronage, 1919-2018. We thank the Museum’s Director Alexander Nyerges and his exemplary staff, especially Susan Rawles, Maya Erhardt and Shannon Petska. We thank Jay Cantor and exhibition designer Jeff Daly, my colleagues in planning the loan exhibitions.
We thank Anita Bassie and Tom Sokol at Group M Design, Keith Harrington at Phoenix Lithographic Corporation, and our Editor Donna Corbin for their excellent work on the Show’s catalogue. For her tenacity and dedication, we thank our Advertising Director Jill Bossert as well as all our advertisers. We thank Dan Meeker for the Show’s design and lighting, and Tin Can Studios for the floral designs. We thank Stephen Kennard and all at Canard for catering the more than one dozen events at this year’s Show.
We thank Associate Executive Director Michael Diaz-Griffith who, with myriad other responsibilities, oversaw in the Show’s graphic design, website, branding, and marketing campaigns. We thank our pro bono media placement agency, CHANEL PLUS, A WPP COMPANY Media Agency; our press and public relations team at Sharp Communications led by Magda Grigorian; and our designers at the Worx Group LLC and TrasaTerra.
We thank East Side House Director of Development Laura Daley and Show staff members led by S. Derek Caroll: Juan Acosta, Deldrick Green, Bethiana Ortiz, and Mapple Walker; the East Side House “Crew” led by David McCants: Rushworth Armstrong, Hartley D. Beckles, Federico Berrios III, Phil Davis, and Ary Tolerico; East Side House Volunteers Claudio Bertolucci, Jelane DaSilva, Chevon Deputy, Ruth Innis, Alice King, Cliff Love, Stephanie McCarthy, Christoph Marshall, James O’Donnell, Corey Punter, Jamila Quazi, Lalita Rozar, Cristina Tagliavia, Lola Thome, Winnie Walker, Alexandria Watson, Renault White, Robert Woods, and Marina Zogbi; and our experienced tellers led by Head Teller James Kroll: Gloria Boucher-Kinter, Olivia Kinter, Chris O’Neal, David Rigano, and Barbara Suter. We thank Show Management staff Ariel De Sal, Sophie Streitwieser, Courtney Walls, and our graduate student interns led by Gina Cashia. In his twenty-fourth year as Floor Manager, we thank John Reynolds. 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 2018,
Catherine Sweeney Singer
WE ALSO THANK:
LAUREL ACEVEDO Winter Antiques Show Dealers Committee
AMANDA MARTIGNETTI The JFM Group LLC
MARK AISTON Aiston Fine Art Services
ELLEN WASHBURN MARTIN
STEVEN ALVES The Worx Group LLC
LUCINDA MAY Young Collectors Night Co-Chair
MELISSA BABINA The Worx Group LLC
JOHANNA McBRIEN Antiques & Fine Art
ANITA BASSIE Group M Design
JAMES McCONNAUGHY Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee
NADIA BAZ The Worx Group LLC
KEVIN McCORMACK Select Contracting Inc.
ROBERT McGINLEY Chubb
JOAN BOENING Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair
JOANNA McNAMARA Chubb
JONATHAN BOOS Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee
PAUL K. McNERNEY Lindenmeyr National
JILL A. BOSSERT Advertising Director, Winter Antiques Show Catalogue
DANIEL MEEKER Daniel Meeker Lighting and Set Design
JOHN BRANNIGAN Exhibition Employees Union Local 829
MITCHELL MERLING PhD Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
SARAH BRAY Young Collectors Night Co-Chair
BILL MIKULIK Sea Group Graphics
JAMES BRODSKY Sharp Communications
JOAN MORGAN The JFM Group LLC
JOHN BRUNO Exhibition Employees Union Local 829
TIMOTHY NIM Park Avenue Armory
COURTNEY CALDWELL Park Avenue Armory
ALEXANDER NYERGES Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
JEFFREY CALDWELL Young Collectors Night Co-Chair
FRAN O’BRIEN Chubb Personal Insurance
INGRID CAROZZI Tin Can Studios
CHRISTOPHER C. OLIVER Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
GREGORY CERIO The Magazine Antiques
EWA ORZECH TrasaTerra
ANDREW CHAIT Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee
JASON PAUL TrasaTerra
LORI COHEN Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee
ASHLEY PERAINO Tin Can Studios
GRANT COPELAND The Worx Group LLC
ELIZABETH PERGAM Sotheby’s Institute of Art
DONNA CORBIN Editor, Winter Antiques Show Catalogue
SHANNON PETSKA Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
LAURA DALEY East Side House Settlement
JEFF DALY Jeff Daly Design
SUSAN RAWLES PhD Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
SAMUEL P.C. DANGREMOND Young Collectors Night Co-Chair
ANN-MARIE RICHARD Sotheby’s Institute of Art
TESS DELANEY Sharp Communications
ALONSO DIAZ RICKARDS
DANIEL DIAZ East Side House Settlement
REBECCA ROBERTSON Park Avenue Armory
SARAH LUND DONNEM
JOSHUA ROSE American Fine Art
JULIA DRUCKER CHANEL PLUS, A WPP COMPANY Media Agency
ELLEN HOENER ROSS Arthur J. Gallagher & Co.
ALICE LEVI DUNCAN Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair
DARIAN SCATTON Group M Design
MAYA ERHARDT Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
GIL SCHAFER III
STEPHEN FERRARA Exhibition Employees Union Local 829
MARY SHERIDAN Chubb
BARRY L. SHIFMAN Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
MAGDA GRIGORIAN Sharp Communications
JOHN HAMILTON Select Contracting Inc.
ELIZABETH D. SIGETY, ESQ. Fox Rothschild LLP
KEITH HARRINGTON Phoenix Lithographing Corporation
WILLIAM MERRITT SINGER
DIDIER HASPESLAGH Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee
JOHN SMIROLDO Antiques & Fine Art
MORRISON H. HECKSCHER
TOMAS SOKOL Group M Design
MARK JACOBY Winter Antiques Show Dealers’ Committee
DON SPARACIN The Magazine Antiques
JOE STRIEFSKY Select Contracting Inc.
ANITA JORGENSEN Anita Jorgensen Lighting Design
FREDERICA TOMPKINS Young Collectors Night Co-Chair
THOMAS KEARNS GT Custom Inc.
ANNDREW VACCA Sharp Communications
BRIAN KELLEY The Worx Group LLC
STEPHEN KENNARD Canard Inc.
MARYSIA WALKER The Worx Group LLC
KENNETH J. KERRIGAN Exhibition Employees Union Local 829
EMILY WESTERMAN Sotheby’s Institute of Art
VAJRA KINGSLEY The Magazine Antiques
QUIN WORKS The JFM Group LLC
MELISSA HELWIG LIUZZI Select Contracting Inc.
TY YORIO Citadel Security
WAYNE LOWERY Park Avenue Armory
JESSICA MARSILLO The JFM Group LLC
ROBERT YOUNG Winter Antiques Show Vetting Committee Co-Chair
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2018 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 by calling the Show Management Desk at (646) 619-6030, or by email to the Winter Antiques Show’s Executive Director, Catherine Sweeney Singer: firstname.lastname@example.org, or our Associate Executive Director, Michael Diaz-Griffith: email@example.com.
East Side House Settlement—including its Board of Managers, employees, agents, and all Winter Antiques Show committees—assumes no liability for articles purchased or sold at the Show, nor does it bear any responsibility for the authenticity of articles in the Winter Antiques Show catalogue. Inquiries about East Side House and tickets for our special events can be addressed to Laura Daley, Director of Development, East Side House Settlement, 337 Alexander Avenue, Bronx, New York 10454. You may also reach us by calling East Side House at (718) 665-5250 or see winterantiquesshow.com or eastsidehouse.org.
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.
East Side House Settlement is grateful for your support of the Winter Antiques Show’s 64th year, and we look forward to seeing you next year at the 65th annual Winter Antiques Show, January 18-27, 2019.
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.
Thank you Arie Kopelman for your years of leadership and service to the Winter Antiques Show.
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A La Vieille Russie Adelson Galleries, Inc. Alexander Gallery Michael Altman Fine Art Apter-Fredericks Arader Galleries Aronson of Amsterdam Michele Beiny, Inc. H. Blairman & Sons Ltd Jonathan Boos Bowman Sculpture Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. Cohen & Cohen Philip Colleck, Ltd. Thomas Colville Fine Art Thomas Coulborn & Sons Ltd. Cove Landing Daniel Crouch Rare Books Didier Ltd Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Inc. Donzella Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval Peter H. Eaton and Joan R. Brownstein Peter Fetterman Gallery Peter Finer Gemini Antiques Ltd. Michael Goedhuis Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC Thomas Heneage Art Books Hill-Stone, Inc. Hirschl & Adler Galleries Hirschl & Adler Modern Stephen & Carol Huber Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd. James Infante Barbara Israel Garden Antiques Jason Jacques Gallery Kentshire Keshishian Kelly Kinzle Lebreton Bernard & S. Dean Levy Inc. Nathan Liverant and Son, LLC Lobel Modern Lost City Arts Macklowe Gallery, Ltd. Menconi + Schoelkopf Fine Art Joan B Mirviss LTD Lillian Nassau LLC The Old Print Shop, Inc. Olde Hope Antiques, Inc. Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc. Gerald Peters Gallery Ronald Phillips Ltd Frank & Barbara Pollack American Antiques & Art James Robinson, Inc. David A. Schorsch~Eileen M. Smiles American Antiques Schwarz Gallery Stephen Score, Inc. S.J. Shrubsole Corporation Elle Shushan Robert Simon Fine Art Spencer Marks Galerie St. Etienne Tambaran Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc. Tillou Gallery Rupert Wace Ancient Art Robert Young Antiques
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A La Vieille Russie ............................................80 Adelson Galleries, Inc. ....................................81 Alexander Gallery ............................................82 Michael Altman Fine Art ........................... 84-91 Apter-Fredericks ..............................................83 Arader Galleries ...............................................92 Aronson of Amsterdam ...................................93 Michele Beiny, Inc. ...........................................94 H. Blairman & Sons Ltd ...................................95 Jonathan Boos................................................. 96 Bowman Sculpture ...........................................97 Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. .........................98 Cohen & Cohen ...............................................99 Philip Colleck, Ltd. .........................................100 Thomas Colville Fine Art ...............................101 Thomas Coulborn & Sons Ltd. .....................102 Cove Landing .................................................103 Daniel Crouch Rare Books ............................104 Didier Ltd .......................................................105 Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Inc. ...........................106 Donzella ..........................................................107 Peter H. Eaton and Joan R. Brownstein .......108 Peter Fetterman Gallery ................................109 Peter Finer ......................................................110 Gemini Antiques Ltd. ....................................111 Michael Goedhuis ..........................................114 Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC ..........112,113 Thomas Heneage Art Books .........................115 Hill-Stone, Inc. ................................................116 Hirschl & Adler Galleries ...............................119 Hirschl & Adler Modern ................................118 Stephen & Carol Huber .................................117 Hyde Park Antiques Ltd. ...............................120 James Infante .................................................121 Barbara Israel Garden Antiques ...................122 Jason Jacques Gallery....................................123 Kentshire .........................................................124 Keshishian ......................................................125 Kelly Kinzle .....................................................126 Lebreton .........................................................127 Bernard & S. Dean Levy Inc. .........................128 Nathan Liverant & Son, LLC ...................130,131 Lobel Modern.................................................129 Lost City Arts ..................................................132 Macklowe Gallery, Ltd ...................................133 Menoconi + Schoelkopf Fine Art .........160, 161 Joan B Mirviss LTD .........................................134 Lillian Nassau LLC ..........................................135 The Old Print Shop, Inc. ................................136 Olde Hope Antiques, Inc. .............................137 Peter Pap Oriental Rugs, Inc. ........................138 Gerald Peters Gallery ....................................139 Ronald Phillips Ltd .........................................140 Frank & Barbara Pollack American Antiques & Art ..........................141 James Robinson, Inc. .....................................142 David A Schorsch ~ Eileen M. Smiles American Antiques ....................................143 Schwarz Gallery ..............................................144 Stephen Score, Inc. .................................146,149 S. J. Shrubsole ...............................................145 Elle Shushan ...................................................150
Robert Simon Fine Art ...................................151 Spencer Marks ...............................................152 Galerie St. Etienne .........................................153 Tambaran ........................................................154 Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz & Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval ......................155 Throckmorton Fine Art, Inc. ..........................156 Tillou Gallery ..................................................157 Rupert Wace Ancient Art ..............................158 Robert Young Antiques .................................159
Bard Graduate Center ...................................204 Florence Griswold Museum ............................52 George Washington’s Mount Vernon ............53 Olana Partnership ..........................................197 Preservation Society of Newport County ....205 Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library .........48
ANTIQUES & FINE ART DEALERS Appraisers Association of America ..............193 Associated Artists LLC ...................................164 Incollect.com ..........................................214, 215 Maison Felice .................................................168 Maison Gerard ...............................................167 New York Design Center ...............................170 Robert Reinhart Fine Art ...............................171 Wartski ............................................................169 LIGHTING & REPRODUCTIONS Chadsworth Columns ....................................191 Charles Edwards Antiques ....................173, 175 INTERIOR DESIGNERS, DECORATORS & ARCHITECTS Cavallo/Mirror Fair ...........................................55 Charlotte Moss ................................................50 Cullman & Kravis ..............................................45 Drake/Anderson ..............................................39 Eric J. Smith Architect ...................................199 Ferguson & Shamamian ..................................51 G.P. Schafer Architect.................................... 4, 5 Historical Concepts......................................... 49 John B. Murray Architect ................................44 Peter Pennoyer Architects ........................40, 41 Ralph Harvard ..................................................46 Thomas Pheasant ............................................57 INSURANCE, LEGAL & FINANCIAL Chubb ................................................ Back cover Crystal & Company ........................................196 Fox Rothschild LLP ........................................219 Goldman Sachs ................................................42 Northeast Acquisitions ..................................187 Sound Point Capital Management L.P. ........186 19/19 Investment Counsel ............................199 LUXURY RETAIL Bloomingdale’s ................................................20 Brooks Brothers .........................................24, 25 Bulgari ................................ Inside front cover, 1 Chanel ..............................................................10 Classic Sofa ........................................................2 Elizabeth Locke Jewels .....................................3 Neiman Marcus Group ....................................12 Prosecco DOC ....................... Inside back cover Saks Fifth Avenue ............................................38
PUBLICATIONS Asian Art Newspaper ....................................206 Apollo .............................................................203 Art Newspaper, The .......................................172 Hearst Corporation ....................................58, 59 Magazine Antiques, The ...............................163 MODERN magazine ......................................201 New York magazine .........................................27 REAL ESTATE Carriage Properties .......................................204 Sotheby’s International Real Estate ................43 SHOWS & AUCTIONS 2018 Gala Preview of the New York International Auto Show ............................213 2018 New York International Auto Show .....222 Art & Antiques Fair Olympia,The .................166 Art Palm Beach ..............................................202 Bonhams ...........................................................47 Christie’s .........................................................198 Delaware Antiques Show ..............................188 Doyle ...............................................................194 Garth’s & Selkirk Auctions .............................190 Miami Beach Jewelry & Watch Show ...........207 Newport Show ...............................................212 Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show ...209 Philadelphia Antiques and Art Show ...........192 Potomack Company ................................54, 165 San Francisco Fall Art & Antiques Show ......211 Sotheby’s Important Americana ...................174 Sotheby’s Important Printed and Manuscript Americana ..............................196 Zona Maco Salón del Anticuario ..................195 SPECIAL SERVICES Aiston Fine Art Services ................................220 Benjamin Moore ..............................................29 Canard, Inc. ......................................................56 Park Avenue Armory ......................................218 Phoenix Lithographing Corporation ............210 Planetary Recreation ......................................208 Rotisserie Georgette .....................................200 Social Register ...............................................189 WORX .............................................................208
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As sponsor of the Winter Antiques Show, a leading fair that showcases a diverse range of art, antiques and design, Chubb supports the Show’s beneficiary, East Side House Settlement, a nationally recognized community-based organization in the South Bronx. East Side House Settlement works with schools and community centers to bring education, resources, and specialized technology training to nearly 10,000 residents of the South Bronx and Northern Manhattan each year. We know that wherever you call home matters. And we’re proud to serve communities like yours.
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