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The Winter Show Celebrates 65th Anniversary In New York

This January 2019, The Winter Show is celebrating its 65th Anniversary Sapphire Jubilee in New York City.

The annual event, organized as a benefit for East Side House Settlement doing work in the Bronx and Northern Manhattan, is now on exhibition from January 18 through January 27 at the Park Avenue Armory.

The Winter Show brings together the finest, highest quality fine arts, decorative pieces, antiques, contemporary photography, and more from established vendors and emerging exhibitors from across the United States and Europe.

This year, a special loan exhibition for the show titled Collecting Nantucket, Connecting the World was organized by the Nantucket Historical Association.

At this year’s event, guests can see showings from exhibitors like Maison Gerard of New York, H. Blairman & Sons Ltd. of London; Spencer Marks of Southhampton, MA; Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd. of New York; Peter Pap Oriental Rugs Inc. of San Francisco; Ralph M. Chait Galleries Inc. of New York; Carolle Thibault-Pomerantz of Paris; Aronson Antiquairs of Amsterdam; Lost City Arts of New York; Red Fox Fine Art of Middleburg, VA; Daniel Crouch Rare Books of London and New York; Lobel Modern of New York; Peter Fetterman Gallery of Santa Monica; Les Enluminures of Chicago, New York, and Paris; Browse & Darby of London; Stephen Score, Inc. of Boston; Thomas Colville Fine Art of Guilford, CT; Cove Landing of New York; and many more.

In 2019, first-time Winter Show exhibitors Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarket Ltd. and Charles Ede, both of London, and Erik Thomsen Gallery of New York join the event.

The House Tipster Industry team was on the scene for a special early VIP press preview of The Winter Show, and we were able to take in hundreds of years of impressive art history, all in one beautiful space.

Our reporters also spoke with several exhibitors in the space to hear about the hottest galleries and trending pieces in the art world – and learned the story behind some never-before-exhibited pieces, including items just made before the show began.

Stay tuned for more of our exclusive interviews and Winter Show coverage, coming soon to House Tipster!

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