From the loan exhibition "Legacy for the Future: Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art”.
Giorgia de Chirico. Costume for the Astrologer in “Le Bal”, 1929.
|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 naïve and powerful stone carving of a woman in period dress. Ohio. Circa 1850-60.|
|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.|