NEW YORK, NY.- The Art and Antiques Dealer League of America
has announced that 15 leading galleries from the United States and abroad will make their debut at the third edition of the Spring Show NYC. Held at the historic Park Avenue Armory, the five-day fine and decorative arts fair, sponsored by 1stdibs, and the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center, opens with a benefit preview party for the ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) on May 1 and runs through May 5.
"We're thrilled to welcome an outstanding roster of top-tier specialists to the Spring Show NYC," says Clinton Howell, president of the Art and Antique Dealers League of America. "And we are grateful for the energizing force that each of these dealers imparts to the fair in singular and exceptional ways."
Among the new participants from the United States are: Phoenix Ancient Art (antiquities from the 6th century B.C. to 14th century A.D.); Alexander Gallery (18th-20th century American and European paintings, Antiquities, Asian Art, and Works on Paper); Gemini Antiques Ltd. (Early American toys and Folk Art) Lillian Nassau (Tiffany Studios lamps and glass, 20th Century design and American sculpture); Marion Harris (16th -19th century articulated artist model and lay figures, ceramics and decorative objects); Pat Saling (Fine and estate jewelry); Reville & Rossiter (Downton Abbey-style English silver, Cartier and rare jewels, period costume and paste jewelry); Southampton-based Hollis Reh & Shariff (Fine and estate jewelry), Jeffrey Tillou Antiques from Litchfield, Ct. (18th mid-19th century American furniture and fine arts; Queen Fine Arts LLC (15th-20th century painting and sculpture), from Miami. The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center will be represented with featured galleries, Paul Anavian Gallery, Estate Silver Company, and Blum Antiques, as well as Robert Lloyd, Botier, Inc., Leah Gordon, Treasures & Pleasures, Antique Reflections, F&P Associates, and Alexander's Antiques, which are also represented on 1stdibs.com.
Hailing from Europe are: Marco Bertoli from Modena, Italy (19th-century Italian painting); and London-based galleries: Gladwell & Patterson, (English and European 19th- and 20th-century paintings); Sue Brown (jewels from ancient Roman through the 1940s); Stern Pissarro Gallery (artworks by multiple generations of the Pissarro family, 19th and 20th century European paintings); and the William Weston Gallery (Modern European and British Master prints).