The Winter Antiques Show celebrates its 58th year by featuring specialists in 18th and 19th century folk art paintings, 17th through 19th century American furniture, early American arms and armor, 20th century furniture and decorative objects, 20th century fine art photography, 20th century American fine art, and tribal art.
Every object exhibited at the Winter Antiques Show is vetted for quality and authenticity. All net proceeds from the Show support East Side House Settlement, a non-profit in the South Bronx providing social services to community residents.
David Rockefeller, Mark F. Rockefeller, and Charles Rockefeller are the Winter Antiques Show's Honorary Co-Chairs for 2012. Keith T. Banks, President, U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management, is Chair of the Opening Night Party on Thursday, January 19, sponsored by U.S. Trust, Bank of America Private Wealth Management.
The Young Collectors Night event for new collectors, emerging philanthropists, and art and design enthusiasts on Thursday, January 26th includes an exclusive "Meet the Designers" reception with New York's most illustrious interior designers, and Wendy Goodman, Design Editor, New York magazine.
The 2012 loan exhibition, Celebrating Historic Hudson Valley at 60: Rockefeller Patronage in Sleepy Hollow Country, marks the 60th anniversary of John D. Rockefeller Jr.'s founding of Sleepy Hollow Restorations, now Historic Hudson Valley. The exhibition showcases fine and decorative art from Phillipsburg Manor, Van Cortlandt Manor, Washington Irving's Sunnyside, Montgomery Place, and the Union Church of Pocantico Hills.
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