Winter Antiques Show

The Winter Antiques Show takes place in New York in January at the Park Avenue Armor.

Offering art, antiques and design, it was set up by East Side House in 1955 and the event continues to benefit the charity. The fair has been long been associated with Americana but has broadened out considerably over the years, although home-grown material and folk art is still one of the major draws here.


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European works of art prominent at venerable Park Avenue Armory event

14 January 2019

Seventy antique dealers and galleries from the US and overseas will gather at the Park Avenue Armory for the 65th edition of the 'Winter Show'.

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Map of the very Big Apple sold at $250,000

12 February 2018

Daniel Crouch Rare Books sold this huge 25ft (7.6m) wide ‘Atlas of the City of New York – Borough of Manhattan’ map at the Winter Antiques Show last month.

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New York's Winter Antiques Show – join up for the 64th call to the Armory

08 January 2018

Venerable event has broadened out from Americana to offer an extensive range of items

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Winter Antiques Show 2018 exhibitor – Jason Jacques Gallery

08 January 2018

Jason Jacques’ eponymous Manhattan gallery specialises in art pottery, especially works from the 19th century and Art Nouveau period and work by modern studio potters. It is exhibiting for the first time this year at the 'Winter Antiques Show' in New York.

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Winter Antiques Show 2018 exhibitor – Macklowe Gallery

08 January 2018

Macklowe Gallery is a leading dealer in 20th century decorative arts and has recently relocated to an impressive new gallery space on Park Avenue. It has been exhibiting at the Winter Antiques Show for over 20 years. Ben Macklowe describes the enduring appeal.

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Winter Antiques Show 2018 exhibitor – Peter Finer

08 January 2018

Peter Finer and his two sons Roland and Redmond specialise in antique arms and armour from the Bronze Age to the 19th century and they have been crossing the Atlantic to exhibit at the Winter Antiques Show for over 30 years. Here, they explain why.

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Winter Antiques Show 2018 exhibitor – Carol and Stephen Huber

08 January 2018

Carol and Stephen Huber from Connecticut deal in antique embroideries and are stalwarts of the Winter Antiques Show, having exhibited there for 25 years.

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Winter Antiques Show 2018 exhibitors – Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz and Galerie Anne-Sophie Duval

08 January 2018

Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, the New York/Paris-based specialist in vintage and antique wallpapers, returns to the Winter Antiques Show this year in collaboration with another Paris dealership.

Atlas of the City of New York

Dealer Daniel Crouch brings New York maps home to the Winter Antiques Show

06 December 2017

New York, London and Paris will be put on the map at the stand of Daniel Crouch Rare Books in the new year at the Winter Antiques Show in Park Avenue Armory in New York.

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Winter Antiques Show 2017 -preview

14 January 2017

AT 63 years old (or young), the Winter Antiques Show fully lives up to its popular prefix as ‘venerable’. The fair, whose long-term beneficiary has been the East Side House Settlement in the Bronx, has been pulling the visitors into Manhattan in the first frosty weeks of the New Year for decades.

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Winter Antiques Show dealer focus: Robert Young

14 January 2017

Robert Young is one of the leading UK dealers in folk art but each year, rather like taking coals to Newcastle, he exports this speciality across the Atlantic to the Winter Antiques Show where he has been an exhibitor since 2001. ATG asked why he has made a beeline for this fair over the last 17 years.

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Winter Antiques Show dealer focus: Tim Martin

14 January 2017

New York dealer SJ Shrubsole, which deals in early English and American silver and jewellery, has exhibited at the Winter Antiques Show every year since it was founded. The firm’s Tim Martin explains why this is an unmissable event.

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