Tuesday, December 13, 2016

Last Minute Gifts for Everyone on your List

Give your friends and loved ones something truly special this year!

Original Vogue Cover, Illustrated by George Wolfe Plank 
for Vogue: November 15, 1917.
Framed behind glass in excellent condition.
16" x 19.5"
(To see our full collection of Vogue Covers, 
stop by our shop or email us for pictures)

Antique Quilt: "Bars" with "Zig Zag"
Pennsylvania, circa 1900-1920. Pieced and applique cotton. Red and white quilts are especially suited to holiday celebrations. This example is in fine condition, probably rarely used. The quilt stitchery, in "Parallel Lines" and "Rope" patterns, is finely done. Found in Pennsylvania, one of the great sources of America's quilts, the bright red cotton, sewn in "Zig-Zag" lines, alternating with solid red bars, offers a festive, playful and very graphic effect.
80" x 86"
(To see our full collection of quilts,
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Beacon Blanket 1
Vintage Beacon Blanket
Crisp geometric design with blue, rust and beige. Ends bound in green.
Excellent condition.
67" x 76"
(To see our full collection of blankets,
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Air Brush Pottery Pitcher and Bowl. Blue and Cream. In excellent condition. 
Made in Eastern Europe between 1919 and 1930. 
Using a spray-on and stencil technique, designers in Czechoslovakia, Austria and Germany decorated forms such as plates, bowls, canister sets, vases and clocks with outstanding Art Deco designs. 
Pitcher: 11" high
Bowl: 14.25" diameter, 4.5" high
(To see our full collection of Air Brush Pottery, 
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Pair of carved marble Roman Helmet bookends on marble bases. 
Italian. Early 20th-Century.
9" x 3" x 3.25"

Pair of Golfer Bookends
Remarkable form in cast metal. 
Detailed figures, each standing on a book.
Early 20th-Century
9" x 4" x 4"

Vintage Cocktail Shakers with Lucite Handles. Circa 1940-50. 
Pouring lids missing on both.
left: 12.5" tall
right: 13" tall
$55 each

Antique Hooked Rug
Hand-hooked rug in graphic design similar to Log Cabin quilt pattern. Small scaled, finely detailed. Early 20th-Century.
38" x 21.75"
(To see our full collection of Antique Hooked Rugs, 
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Vintage Sailboat Carved Wood Plaque.
Skillfully crafted folk art in pristine condition with original paint.Sail marked with carved initial "G". Applied thin wood frame. Circa 1940.
12.5" x 16.75" x 2"

Paper Covered Barrel Cover. 
Flour barrel wood cover with red, white and blue paper label. Probably from the Holly Milling Co., Holly, Michigan. Decorated with patriotic colors and motifs. Early 20th-Century.
Diameter:  16"

Winter Landscape. Oil on canvas. Early 20th-Century.
Stark, finely detailed trees near a stream in soft winter light. 
Signed "Joseph A. Aaron" (?). 
Initial and last name unclear. 
27.25" x 26.25"
(To see our full collection of Paintings, 
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Woodard & Greenstein, 303 East 81st St, Storefront West
New York, NY 10028

Tuesday, October 4, 2016


We are happy to announce the addition of 15 new designs to the Woodard Weave Collection! 



Tuesday, February 2, 2016

A Visit to the Winter Antiques Show

This year's Winter Antiques Show was, as usual, filled with many treasures.  Below are some of our favorite things.

A Peacock Garden Embellishment greeted show-goers at the Park Avenue Armory's Winter Antiques Show 2016.  From Barbara Israel's outstanding collection of garden furnishings, the bird offered a royal welcome to collectors and antiques fans who seemed not to notice record blizzard warnings from weather forecasters.

From the loan exhibition "Legacy for the Future: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art”.
Giorgia de Chirico.  Costume for the Astrologer in “Le Bal”, 1929.

In the booth of Frank and Barbara  Pollack, a rare Schoolgirl Drawing signed “Hannah P. Badger 1811 and 1812”.  Watercolor and pencil and paper depicting and interior scene where Hannah Pearson Cogswell Badger (1791-1869) and her sister Julia are instructing a female class at The Atkinson Academy in Atkinson, New Hampshire.  Note the amazing and colorfully painted floorcloth. A precursor to Woodard Weave!

Also in the booth of Frank & Barbara Pollack ,  “An Extraordinary Carved and Painted Wedding Scene”.  Found in Massachusetts.  Circa 1900-1920.  The seventeen carved and paint decorated figures are wood, adorned with fabric clothing.

Also in the booth of Frank & Barbara Pollack, “Two Exceptional Paint- Decorated Chalk Ware Cats”.  Pennsylvania.  Circa 1860-1900.  Molded plaster of paris with original smoke painted decoration.
Tom Woodard and Joseyane Young seated in the booth of Robert Young Antiques.  Behind the table hangs a “Spectacular Georgian Architectural Turret Clock Face in untouched original condition, circa 1800”.

From Arader Galleries, an exceptional and rare Aquatint engraving by John James Audubon.  American, 1795-1851.  London, 1827-1838.

Olde Hope Antiques displayed “An Exceptional Graduated Stack of Eleven Shaker Finger-lapped Oval Boxes.  New England.  Circa 1830-1860.

Also featured in the booth of Olde Hope Antiques a “Portrait Bust of a Lady”.  Mario Korbel (1882-1954).  Carved and polychromed wood on a carved and gilded oak base.

In the booth of Elliot & Grace Snyder, a “Stone Carving of a Woman”.  A na├»ve and powerful stone carving of a woman in period dress.  Ohio.  Circa 1850-60.

The Snyders also displayed a charming and unusually detailed pastoral needlework picture featuring a shepherd and shepherdess with their dog and sheep, as well as a fisherman, within a primary border of flowers and leaves.  Early 18th Century needlework at its best.  England, circa 1720.

Peter Fetterman Gallery: Platinum print by Cecil Beaton (1904-1980) of Audrey Hepburn, 1954.

Also from the booth of Peter Fetterman Gallery, Henri Cartier Bresson, 1908-2004.  Gelatin silver print.  Aquila Degli Abruzzi, Italy.  1952.
At the Winter Antiques Show  on Monday, January 25th, 2016, old friends gathered to celebrate the life of preeminent Shaker dealer Suzanne Courcier.   Pictured with her partner, Robert Wilkins (center), are Leigh Keno (left) and Thos. K. Woodard sharing a toast to Suzanne, whose expertise, knowledge and good humor will always be remembered