fine art shows - From opening night of The Winter Show in 2023
From opening night of The Winter Show in 2023; photo by Simon Cherry

The Winter Show has announced exhibitor and programming highlights for its 70th anniversary edition at the Park Avenue Armory, showcasing exceptional antiques and fine art from ancient times to the contemporary. Taking place January 19–28, 2024, The Show includes over 70 leading dealers from 7 countries across the globe, alongside the fair’s acclaimed programming and special presentations.

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New, returning, and longtime exhibitors pair museum-quality works with a dedication to sharing the finest in visual and material culture with an international audience. All ticket proceeds from the fair and its benefit events, including the Opening Night Party on January 18 and Young Collectors Night on January 25, directly fund East Side House Settlement. Chubb returns as The Winter Show’s presenting sponsor for the Show’s 70th Anniversary, celebrating 28 years of partnership and support.

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Magnificent Large Scale Family Portrait Depicting Three Sisters Standing Full Length Each Wearing a White Dress with Pink Ribbons and Red Shoes in a Stylised Landscape. One Stroking a Pet Dog and Holding. Rose, the Youngest wearing a Bonnet and Holding Cherries, the Eldest with a Basket of Flowers. English Naive School, c.1820. Framed Dimensions: 49″ H X 58 1/2″ W. Exhibitor: Robert Young Antiques, London, UK
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Sir Alfred J. Munnings (1878-1959), “Davy Jones With The Hon. Anthony Mildmay Up,” Oil on canvas, Signed lower left: A.J. MUNNINGS. Painted in 1937. 36 x 44 in. (91.5 x 111.5 cm). Exhibitor: Rountree Tyron Galleries, Petworth, UK

“The 70th Anniversary edition of The Winter Show continues to exceed expectations with the quality of works our esteemed dealers are bringing,” shares Executive Director Helen Allen. “Collectors, connoisseurs, and the curious alike will find displays ranging time, material, geography, cultures, and makers, but what unifies these diverse highlights is the unique standard of quality we maintain through our partnership with exhibitors. Alongside what will be presented on the Show floor, this year also promises to offer enlightening programming that will complement the educational goals of The Winter Show, culminating with our special exhibition Focus: Americana.”

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“Indian Summer on the Hudson. View near Peekskill,” 1896. Watercolor on paper, 17 7/8 x 27 inches Signed and dated lower center. Exhibitor: Thomas Colville Fine Art, Guilford, CT

The Winter Show’s commitment to quality establishes it as the preeminent antique and fine art fair in the United States. Maintaining a legacy for connoisseurship, every object that is presented on the Show floor is vetted for authenticity, date, and condition by a committee of more than 120 experts from the United States and Europe.

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