NEW YORK, NY.- The Art & Antique Dealers League
has announced that their third annual Fine Art & Antiques Showwith 24 dealerswill open for a 5-day run starting Thursday October 31st at the St. Ignatius Loyola Church in Wallace Hall, 980 Park Avenue on New Yorks Upper East Side.
According to show manager Brad Reh, five galleries have joined the show. They include: Betty Krulik Fine Art, Ltd., from New York (19th and 20th century American art); Philadelphias Dolan/Maxwell Gallery (modern and contemporary art), Denmark-based Greg Pepin Silver (hollowware, silverware, and jewelry); New York-based Rehs Galleries (19th through contemporary paintings); and from Nantucket, Lynda Willauer Antiques (Chinese export porcelain, Majolica, Staffordshire ceramics). Were delighted to welcome these distinguished dealer to our roster, says Reh. Each enhances the wonderful offerings of our existing dealers.
The 2019 Fine Art & Antiques Show includes the following galleries:
Richard A. Berman Fine Arts (Old Master Drawings) European Decorative Arts (Objects de Vertu and Carriage Clocks) Framont (Late 18th and 19th century fine art) Galerie Rienzo (School of Paris paintings and Bernard Buffet) Clinton Howell (18th century English furniture and decorative arts) Hyde Park Antiques (18th- and early 19th-century English furniture and decorative arts) L'Antiquaire & The Connoisseur (17th-19th-century Continental furniture) Marcy Burns American Indian Arts (Decorative arts and jewelry) Nemati Collection (Period rugs) Michael Pashby Antiques (18th-century English furniture) Potterton Books (Vintage books) James Robinson (Jewelry, silver, porcelain and glass) Schillay Fine Art (Impressionist, modern and post-war art) Schwarz Gallery (19th- and 20th-century American and European Art Sundial Farm (Antique clocks) Throckmorton Fine Art (Buddhist sculpture and Pre-Colombian Art) Earle D. Vandekar Of Knightsbridge (17th- through 20th-century ceramics)
The AADLAs Fine Art & Antiques Show has become a must-shop destination for interior designers who are sourcing decorative and fine art for their clients. Says Ellie Cullman of the preeminent Cullman & Kravis, The AADLAs show is an excellent resource for finding reasonably priced quality items. My team and I always look forward to the exciting discoveries this show provides.
With the dearth of antique shops these days, we rely on shows like the Fine Art & Antiques Show, adds Alex Papachristidis of his eponymous firm. Its small, chic, easy to get to, manageable and, most important, there are so many fantastic things to be found. Last year, Papachristidis scored two English 18th century sunburst mirrors from Clinton Howell. The mirrors are going over a fantastic console and commode in my clients home in Europe.