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    THE WINTER SHOW IS ABOUT TO KICK OFF IN NEW YORK

    Thursday, January 18th, 2024
    One of a pair of Louis XV period armchairs which Galerie Léage, Paris will bring to the Winter Show

    More than 70 internationally renowned dealers from Europe and the Americas have assembled in New York for The Winter Show which runs from January 19-28 after the opening night party on January 18. The premier art, antiques and design fair in America will feature a breadth of works spannign 5000 years from antiquity to today. Pictured here is one of a pair of A La Reine armchairs of the Lous XV period attributed to Louis Delanois and carved with gilt wood. They will be exhibited by Galerie Léage, Paris.

    “In the 70 years that The Winter Show has shown in New York, it has consistently addressed the shifting role and value of art, antiques, and design within our communities,” said Helen Allen, Executive Director of The Winter Show. “We are thrilled to celebrate this momentous anniversary with returning presenters and patrons, while also welcoming new audiences to the Show and to the mission of East Side House. We are part of an exciting revival honoring objects that prioritize craftmanship and style. More importantly, each presentation honors a story of the past and its continued legacy in the present moment. The Winter Show offers a platform for a generation with renewed interest in design lead by storytelling, craftsmanship, and sustainability, and invites visitors to participate in an experience that also supports New Yorkers in need.”

    THE WINTER SHOW OPENS IN NEW YORK

    Friday, April 1st, 2022
    Alexander Calder – Spirale (1965)

    Among the highlights at The Winter Show which opens in New York today is this unique tapestry designed by Alexander Calder and woven in the Cauquil-Prince workshop in Paris. It is being show by Boccara Gallery of New York, the leading gallery specialising in modern and antique tapestry. The postponed fair, which runs until April 10, is at 660 Madison Avenue, the former flagship location of Barney’s. More than 60 exhibitors are spread over four floors in the building. Among them are Aronson of Amsterdam, Daniel Crouch Rare Books, Hirschl and Adler Galleries, Hyde Park Antiques, Koopman Rare Art, Richard Green, Ronald Phillips and Veronique Bamps of Monaco. On show is a collection of museum-quality works that span art, antiques, and design, from antiquities to contemporary art.

    INAUGURAL ONLINE EDITION OF NEW YORK WINTER SHOW

    Monday, December 28th, 2020

    A dynamic group of leading international dealers will take part in New York’s Winter Show. The inaugural online edition takes place from January 22-31 with VIP preview access from January 19-21. The 60 exhibitors will present a diverse mix of fine and decorative arts from ancient times to the present day. Executive Director Helen Allen said: “We have worked to create a virtual format that is interactive, visually stimulating, and showcases the quality and depth of the objects presented”.

    The online platform allows exhibitors present a gallery exhibition in a three-dimensional virtual space. Visitors will be able to take in the digital presentations as a whole and view close-up, detailed views of each work.
    Exhibitors will curate their selections, featuring up to twenty artworks and objects at a time.

    Aronson of Amsterdam will show fine quality Delftware

    THE NEW YORK WINTER SHOW STARTS TODAY

    Friday, January 24th, 2020

    This New York pier table dates to 1815 and will be on display at the Winter Show which opens at the Park Avenue Armory in New York today. The table is attributed to Duncan Phyfe and will be exhibited by Bernard and S Dean Levy. Objects from antiquity to the present will be on display at the leading art, antiques and design fair in the US. The 66th edition of this prestigious show brings together 72 of the world’s leading experts in fine and decorative arts. It runs until February 2.

    DIVERSE WORLD CULTURES AT NEW YORK WINTER SHOW

    Saturday, January 18th, 2020

    The Winter Show which gets underway in New York on January 24 is a celebration of diverse world cultures from antiquity to the present day. The leading art, antiques and design fair in the US attracts experts in fine and decorative arts from around the world.The reach of objects on display is global too.  Among the 2020 highlights are a c1725 George I red japanned bookcase, an Egyptian green basalt bust of a nobleman from the Late Dynastic Period c664-610 BC, a c1849 Sevres enamel ewer, an aboriginal rainforest softwood painted shield, a Fang Ancestral Reliquary from Gabon, Africa, an 1815 New York City made pier table and a Japanese burl wood stand designed to instal a small object dedicated to meditation.The annual loan exhibition for which this show is renowned offers visitors a focused look at exceptional collections.This year it features masterworks, including a Velazquez portrait, from the Hispanic Society Museum and Library spanning 4000 years of history, art and culture from the Iberian Peninsula, Latin America and The Philippines. There is work by El Greco and Goya, mid 18th century painting from the Cuzco School in Peru, an exceptional 17th century aquamanile or water container from Portugal, a painting by John Singer Sargent from his travels in Spain and work by the Valencian master Sorolla, subject of an exhibition at the National Gallery of Ireland last year.

    Camilo Astalli, known as Cardinal Pamphili by Diego Velazquez courtesy of the Hispanic Society Museum and Library New York

    ART, DESIGN AND HISTORY AT THE WINTER SHOW IN NEW YORK

    Wednesday, January 9th, 2019

    The 65th edition of New York’s winter antiques show, renamed this year as The Winter Show because this is how everyone refers to it, runs at the Park Avenue Armoury from January 18-27.   The range is from ancient art, antiquity through to the classical and the contemporary.  Around 70 leading US and European dealers will attend New York’s longest running antiques fair.  The show reflects the current trend towards cross collecting and in the past two years contemporary design has been allowed in the show.  This can be seen alongside the best examples of period furniture. The focus is on quality, all items are vetted and there is a thrust this year to attract new young collectors.  Here are some special antique furniture examples:

    Apter-Fredericks of London will show this exceptional pair of Chinese export Pembroke tables

    A lift-top chest attributed to Johannes Mayer (1794-1883), Mahantongo Valley, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, dated 1841, to be exhibited by Olde Hope of New Hope, PA.