Save the Date for The Winter Show, a Benefit for East Side House, January 19-28, 2024 at Park Avenue Armory




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The Winter Show’s 2024 edition brings together over 65 internationally renowned dealers in the fine and decorative arts, presenting museum-quality works from around the world, spanning 5,000 years from antiquity to today. Celebrating 70 years as the premier and longest-running art, antiques, and design fair in the United States, the Show will once again transform the historic Park Avenue Armory in New York City into an unmissable destination for collectors, connoisseurs, and enthusiasts. The 2024 edition will take place January 19–28. Special benefit events include the Opening Night Party on January 18 and Young Collectors Night on January 25. All proceeds from the Show’s benefit events and ticket sales fund the life-changing programs of East Side House Settlement.

Tickets for The Winter Show 2024

Join in for the fabulous and fun-filled Young Collectors Night at The Winter Show, to be held on Thursday, January 25th!

Young Collectors Night at The Winter Show

Every year The Winter Show invites the next generation of collectors and art & design enthusiasts to celebrate with a night of cocktails, hors d’oeuvres and music. The funds raised by the Young Collectors Night benefit East Side House Settlement, a community-based organization that brings quality education and resources to residents of the Bronx and Northern Manhattan.

You are invited to Young Collectors Night at The Winter Show! Peruse fabulous works spanning 5,000 years in this fun-filled evening while enjoying cocktailshors d’oeuvres, and DJ sets! The party fosters the next generation of New York’s most prominent new collectors, art & design enthusiasts. Young Collectors Night will take place on Thursday, January 25.

Celebrate 5,000 years of fine and decorative arts masterworks with honorees, Wes Gordon, the Creative Director of Carolina Herrera and Paul Arnold, the visionary artist and founder of Paul Arnold Glass.

This year’s Young Collectors Night is themed after the Green Vault, a precious museum in Dresden, Germany that is full of European treasures. To go with the theme, the dress code is Jewel Box! We look forward to seeing your fabulous interpretations on this theme.

Young Collectors Night Tickets Here!

The Winter Show, 2024 at Park Avenue Armory. Guido Reni X Jesse Mockrin. Photo credit © Roberta Fineberg

The Winter Show is the only showcase of its kind, having been established in 1954 by its own beneficiary, East Side House Settlement, a community-based organization serving the Bronx and Northern Manhattan. For 70 years, The Winter Show has bolstered East Side House’s mission to care for the individuals, families, and communities it serves by expanding opportunities through educational, job, and supportive services.

“In the 70 years that The Winter Show has shown in New York, it has consistently addressed the shifting role and value of art, antiques, and design within our communities,” said Helen Allen, Executive Director of The Winter Show. “We are thrilled to celebrate this momentous anniversary with returning presenters and patrons, while also welcoming new audiences to the Show and to the mission of East Side House. We are part of an exciting revival honoring objects that prioritize craftmanship and style. More importantly, each presentation honors a story of the past and its continued legacy in the present moment. The Winter Show offers a platform for a generation with renewed interest in design lead by storytelling, craftsmanship, and sustainability, and invites visitors to participate in an experience that also supports New Yorkers in need.”

The Winter Show at Park Avenue Armory, 2024. Robert Simon Fine Art. Photo credit: © Roberta Fineberg

Daniel Diaz, Executive Director of East Side House Settlement, said, “The Winter Show has long been a part of the East Side House tradition, and it is vital to raising the funds necessary to continue to serve those New Yorkers most in need. We’re delighted to again be joined by such reputable exhibitors, and we are excited to come together with all our supporters to celebrate 70 years of lifesaving work that The Winter Show has helped to make possible.”

Chubb returns as The Winter Show’s presenting sponsor for the Show’s 70th Anniversary, celebrating 24 years of partnership and support.

Louise Bourgeois, Catherine Deneuve, Louise Nevelson. The Winter Show, 2024 at the Park Avenue Armory. Didier Ltd. Photo credit: © Roberta Fineberg

New and Returning Exhibitors

The 2024 edition welcomes new exhibitors from Europe and the United States, expanding the Show’s breadth of esteemed dealers and showcasing the world’s top experts in fine and decorative arts. Exhibitors new to the Show include Jill Newhouse Gallery (New York, USA), presenting 19th- and 20th-century European drawings, oils, sketches, and paintings; John Szoke Gallery (New York, USA), specialists in works on paper by Picasso and Munch; Galerie Nathalie Motte Masselink (Paris, FR) presenting 16th- to 19th century Old Master European drawings; Galerie Léage (Paris, FR) showcasing objects and furniture from the 18th century in a shared stand with Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz (Paris, FR); and Peter Harrington (London, UK), specializing in rare books, manuscripts, and works on paper.

Exhibitor: Glass Pas, New Yorkt. (Blue Glass) Nicolo Barovier, Artist Barovier, Mosaico Vase, c. 1925. Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show.

Returning exhibitors include Daniel Blau (Munich, Germany), presenting Modern and contemporary works on paper; Glass Past (New York, USA), specialists in Italian glass from1870 to 1970; Robert Young Antiques (London, UK), showing British and European vernacular, folk, and naive art; and Wartski (London, UK), featuring antique jewelry, Fabergé works of art, and antique silver.

Exhibitor: A La Vieille Russie., New York. Diamond bubble bee brooch set in silver and 18k gold with cabochon ruby eyes. English, ca. 1870. Diamonds apron 10 cts., Width: 2 in. Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show

The Winter Show welcomes numerous long-standing exhibitors, including many who have participated for over three decades: Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. (New York, USA) presenting for 66 years; The Old Print Shop, Inc. (New York, USA), 64 years; A La Vieille Russie, Inc. (New York, USA), 53 years; Hirschl & Adler Galleries (New York, USA), 49 years; Joan B Mirviss LTD (New York, USA), 44 years; James Robinson, Inc. (New York, USA), 42 years; Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd. (New York, USA) 41 years; S.J. Shrubsole (New York, USA), 39 years; Thomas Colville Fine Art, LLC (Guilford, CT, and New York, USA), 34 years; Kentshire (New York, USA), 33 years; Peter Finer (London, UK), 32 years; Barbara Israel Garden Antiques (New York, USA), 31 years; Aronson Antiquairs of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, Netherlands), 30 years; Hill-Stone, inc. (South Dartmouth, MA, USA), 30 years; Macklowe Gallery, Ltd. (New York, USA), 29 years; and Michele Beiny (New York, USA), celebrating 29 years of participation.

Exhibitor: Kentshire, New York. Georgian Swiss Enamel, Gold, and Multi-Gemstone Necklace. Circa 1830 A highly important Georgian Swiss enamel, gold,, and multi-gemstone necklace with pendant elements, set with topaz, peridots, garnets, sapphires, emeralds, and rubies, in 18k.  Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show.

Design Council Co-Chairs

Each year, The Winter Show invites leaders from the worlds of interior design and architecture to lend their voices as Design Co-Chairs, reinforcing the Show’s deep relationship with the design community. The Show’s 2024 Design Council Co-Cxhairs are Billy Cotton, Corey Damen Jenkins, Ellen Hamilton, Alexa Hampton, and Peter Pennoyer, with Honorary Co-Chair Wendy Goodman, Design Editor of New York Magazine. The support of the Design Co-Chairs heightens awareness of the important work done by East Side House Settlement, in addition to promoting the use of historic art and objects in contemporary architecture and design.

Opening Night 2023 The Winter Show. Photo credit: Simon Cherry

Programming and Special Benefit Events

The Winter Show buttresses its presentation with special events and acclaimed public programming organized in collaboration with institutions and experts in the fields of art, antiques, jewelry, and design, in addition to several benefit events, including the Opening Night Party on January 18 and Young Collectors Night on January 25. These cornerstone events, benefitting East Side House, attract collectors, philanthropists, and art and design aficionados alike, providing special opportunities to view the exhibitor offerings.

Opening Night 2023 The Winter Show. Photo credit: Simon Cherry

Exhibitor Highlights for The Winter Show 2023

Objects highlighted this year include a variety of paintings, pieces of furniture, sculptures, tapestries, books, jewelry, and design, expressing the best of visual and material culture.

The Chairs, Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC, The Winter Show, 2024 at the Park Avenue Armory. Photo credit: © Roberta Fineberg

Exhibitors’ highlights include:

• Aronson of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, Netherlands) brings a painting by the renowned Dutch artist Frederik van Frytom (c. 1632-1702).

• Michele Beiny (New York, USA) contributes 18th- and early 19th-century English and Continental porcelain and faïence, including a rare porcelain half-bottle cooler made for King Louis XIV.

• H. Blairman & Sons Ltd (London, UK) features an exceptional group of English Arts and Crafts furniture and works of art by Ernest Gimson, Sydney Barnsley, and Charles F.A. Voysey, among others.

• Daniel Crouch Rare Books (London, UK; New York, USA) presents rare works from the Petros G. Pelos Collection featuring several prints unique to the American West.

● Les Enluminures (Chicago and New York, USA; Paris, France) showcases The Hours of LeGoux de la Berchère, a ravishing manuscript in Latin and French produced in Paris at the time of the Bedford Master by his chief disciple The Master of the Munich Golden Legend.

Exhibitor: MaisonGerard, New York. Michael Coffey (b. 1928), Galaxy II Monumental Carved Wall, 2021, Walnut. Height: 84″ – Width: 66″ – Depth of Carved Section: 3.5″ – Overall Depth: 24.5″.  Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show.

• Maison Gerard (New York, USA) brings a monumental, contemporary work by master woodworker Michael Coffey.

• Glass Past (New York, USA) displays their expertise in 19th- and 20th-century Italian glass with an azure vase by the studio Artisti Barovier.

• Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC (New York, NY) presents an exhibition featuring a 1907 Josef Hoffmann-designed carpet (made for the Palais Stoclet) as part of a curated exhibition entitled “Architects of Design”.

• Peter Harrington (London, UK) presents an incredible selection of historical Americana documents as well as significant first edition works of literature, including the book The Life and Strange Surprizing Adventures of Robinson Crusoe, of York, Mariner by Daniel Defoe

Exhibitor: Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York. Thomas Cole (American, 1801-1848), View of Featherstonhaugh Estate Near Duanesburg, New York, 1826. Oil on canvas, 34 x 48 in. Signed and dated (at lower left): T. Cole/1826. Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show.

• Hirschl & Adler Galleries (New York, USA) brings an incredible assortment of fine art, furniture, and decorative arts to the show this year highlighted by a Thomas Cole painting as an early example of the Hudson River School.

• Levy Galleries (New York, USA) exhibits the finest in the field of Americana, including an extremely rare James Sharples pastel portrait of George Washington.

The Winter Show, 2024 at Park Avenue Armory. Daniel Blau Gallery. Photo credit: © Roberta Fineberg

• Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker Ltd (London, UK) specializes in English art with emphasis from the 17th through mid-19th century, presenting an important watercolor by J.M.W. Turner.

• Milord Antiques (Montréal, Canada) features an incredible acid-etched and Patinated Brass “Eternal Forest” Coffee Table by Philip and Kelvin Laverne.

• Joan B Mirviss LTD (New York, USA) explores the vital role of Japanese women clay artists, from the postwar generation to the present.

Exhibitor: Lillian Nassau LLC,, New York. Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907) ** Diana of the Tower, 1899; Bronze with marble base; Executed at the “E. Great” Foundry, Paris. Height of sculpture: 26 1/2 inches; Overall height including base: 31 3/4 inches.  Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show.

• Lillian Nassau LLC (New York, USA) presents Augustus Saint-Gaudens’s Diana of the Tower (1899), originally designed as a gilt bronze weathervane for the tower of Madison Square Garden in 1891.

• Ronald Phillips Ltd (London, UK) exhibits a fine collection of 18th-century English furniture and mirrors featuring the Craven Commodes, a fine example of 18th-century wooden furniture from the collection of Robert Bradley Craven, 6th Earl of Craven .

Exhibitor: Red Fox Fine Art, Virginia, USA. Ben Marshall (British, 1768-1835); Coursing: A Gentleman and Groom with Greyhound’s c. 1820; oil on canvas, 40 x 50 inches. Signed B. Marshall, pt. Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show.

• Red Fox Fine Art (Middleburg, VA) brings a painting by Ben Marshall, belonging to the collections of Andrew Mellon and Paul Mellon.

• A La Vieille Russie, Inc. (New York, USA) presents a series of antique jewelry inspired by nature and the natural world.

● S. J. Shrubsole (New York, USA) displays a fine selection of antique fine silver and jewels from England, including an exquisite pair of antique English silver candelabras that were a gift from King George III to the 4th Earl of Jersey, George Villiers.

• Robert Simon Fine Art (New York, USA) brings their expertise in artworks from the Old Masters, including a monumental panel by Giovanni di Marco.

● Tambaran (New York, USA) contributes a fine collection of contemporary African, Oceanic, Aboriginal and Northwest Coast Art, including a stucco Buddha Head from Afghanistan dating from the 3rd-4th century.

• Wartski (London, UK) presents fine antique jewelry by Carl Fabergé among other antique jewels.

• Robert Young Antiques (London, UK) brings a broad presentation of English Folk Art paintings and vernacular furniture including a rare large-scale English naïve folk portrait of three sisters.

The Winter Show, 2024 at the Park Avenue Armory. Thomsen Gallery. Photo credit :© Roberta Fineberg

Special Exhibition: Focus: Americana

To honor The Winter Show’s 70th anniversary, the fair is proud to present the special exhibition Focus: Americana. Marking this major milestone, Americana has been at the core of the Show throughout its history. In celebration of America’s material culture, the Show’s extended exhibitor family, and Americana week, The Winter Show and East Side House Settlement are welcoming historic, integral exhibitors to display exceptional objects that highlight Americana design history.

Focus: Americana is curated by Alexandra Kirtley, the Montgomery-Garvan Curator of American Decorative Arts, at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Participating exhibitors include Kelly Kinzle Antiques (New Oxford, PA), Nathan Liverant & Son (Colchester, CT), Olde Hope (New York, NY), David A. Schorsch and Eileen M. Smiles American Antiques (Woodbury, USA), Elle Shushan (Philadelphia, PA), Jeffrey Tillou Antiques (Litchfield, CT), Levy Galleries (New York, NY), Allan Katz Americana (Madison, CT).

Opening Night 2023 The Winter Show. Photo credit: Simon Cherry

2024 Winter Show Exhibitors

A La Vieille Russie, Inc., New York, USA

Adelson Galleries, Inc., New York, USA

Arader Galleries, Philadelphia and New York, USA

Aronson Antiquairs of Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands

Avery Galleries, Bryn Mawr, PA, USA

Barbara Israel Garden Antiques, New York, USA

Bernard Goldberg Fine Arts, LLC, New York, USA

Boccara Gallery, New York, USA

Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz, Paris, France

Charles Clark, Woodbury, CT, USA

Exhibitor: Charles Clark, Woodbury, CT, USA. A Regency 3-Light Suspended Argand England Circa 1825; Attributed to Johnston Brookes & Company; Bronze, brass, and glass; Height: 41″ Depth: 20″. Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show.

Clinton Howell Antiques, New York, USA

Cove Landing, New York, USA

Daniel Blau, Munich, Germany

Daniel Crouch Rare Books, London, UK; New York, USA

Debra Force Fine Art, New York, USA

Didier Ltd, London, UK

Dolan/Maxwell, Philadelphia, USA

Doris Leslie Blau, New York, USA

Eguiguren Arte de Hispanoamérica, Buenos

Aires, Argentina

European Decorative Arts Company, New York, USA

French & Company, New York, USA

Galerie Nathalie Motte Masselink, Paris, FR

Galerie Léage, Paris, France

Glass Past, New York, USA

H. Blairman & Sons Ltd, London, UK

Hill-Stone, Inc., South Dartmouth, MA, USA

Hirschl & Adler Galleries, New York, USA

Hyde Park Antiques, Ltd., New York, USA

James Robinson, Inc., New York, USA

Jill Newhouse Gallery, New York, USA

Joan B Mirviss LTD, New York, USA

John Szoke Gallery, New York, USA

Exhibitor: Jonathan Cooper, London UK. Ayesha Gamiet, Valley of Unity, 2023, Signed on the reverse; Gold leaf, shell gold, gouache, watercolor, and ink on Indian hemp paper, 22.44 x 31.1 in (57 x 79 cm). Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show.

Jonathan Cooper, London, UK

Kentshire, New York, USA

Keshishian, London, UK

Koopman Rare Art, London, UK

Lawrence Steigrad Fine Arts, New York, USA

Les Enluminures, Chicago and New York, USA;

Paris, France

Levy Galleries, New York, USA

Lillian Nassau LLC, New York, USA

Lowell Libson & Jonny Yarker Ltd, London, UK

MacConnal-Mason Gallery, London, UK

Exhibitor: Macklowe Gallery, New York. Tiffany Studios New York “Peony” Table Lamp. Maker: Tiffany Studios. Date: Circa 1900. Material: Leaded Glass,, Patinated Bronze.  Image courtesy of the gallery and The Winter Show.

Macklowe Gallery, Ltd., New York, USA

Maison Gerard, New York, USA

Michael Goedhuis, London, UK

Michael Pashby Antiques, New York, USA

Michele Beiny, Inc., New York, USA

Milord Antiquités, Montreal, Canada

The Old Print Shop, Inc., New York, USA

Peter Finer, London, UK

Peter Harrington, London, UK

Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc., New York, USA

Red Fox Fine Art, Middleburg, VA, USA

Robert Simon Fine Art, New York, USA

Robert Young Antiques, London, UK

Rolleston Ltd, London, UK

Ronald Phillips Ltd, London, UK

Rountree Tryon Galleries, Petworth, UK

Simon Teakle Fine Jewelry, Greenwich, CT, USA

S.J. Shrubsole, New York, USA

Spencer Marks, Southampton, MA, USA

Steinitz Gallery, Paris, France

Thomas Colville Fine Art, LLC, Guilford, CT, and New York, USA

Thomas Heneage Art Books, London, UK

Thomsen Gallery, New York, USA

Véronique Bamps, Monaco

Wartski, London, UK

Opening Night 2023 The Winter Show. Photo credit: Simon Cherry


Programming is complimentary with a ticket to The Winter Show. You may book your ticket(s) in advance via or purchase at the door. Stay tuned for more programming, that will be added as we get closer to the Show.

Panel Discussions

Friday, Jan. 19 

  • 4pm I “Americana is Now: Four Perspectives on Collecting(Board of Officers Room)


  • Joe Gornacki, Collector
  • Elizabeth Lawrence, Williams Lawrence
  • Frank Levy, Levy Galleries
  • Steven Spandle, Architect

Moderator: Ellen McGauley, Executive Editor, Veranda magazine



Saturday, Jan. 20

  • 3 – 4pm | “A Collecting Dynasty: The Rockefeller Family(Board of Officers Room)

As passionate art collectors and philanthropists with an incredible range of interests that spanned the globe, the Rockefeller family, in so many ways, stands as the acme of patronage in this country. Throughout several generations, beginning with Abby and John D Rockefeller, Jr., their unwavering support for the visual arts was critical to the development of cultural institutions focused on the family members’ individual collecting interests, such as Asia Society, the Cloisters, Colonial Williamsburg and its Folk Art Museum, Japan Society, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Museum of Modern Art.  With the participation of two Asian art historians and museum professionals and a dealer of European Art, each of whom personally worked with or for members of the Rockefeller family over the past forty plus years, our discussion will focus on the legacy of multiple generations of Rockefellers, their remarkable collections, and lasting contributions to the world of art and antiques. 

Presented in collaboration with Asia Society New York

  • Joan B. Mirviss, Moderator, President Joan B. Mirviss
  • Cynthia Bronson Altman, Curator Emerita at Kykuit
  • Michele Beiny, Michele Beiny, Inc.
  • Vishakha Desai, President Emeritus, Asia Society




Artist, Tim Hayward: Suspended-Blue, 2023; Peregrine Falcon-Green, 2023; Focused-Blue,2023. , Jonathan Cooper, The Winter Show, 2024 at Park Avenue Armory. Photo credit:© Roberta Fineberg

Sunday, Jan. 21

  • 2pm I “Murano Glass, America and the History of the World” (Board of Officers Room)

Jim Oliveira and Sara Blumberg in conversation with John Stuart Gordon, Curator of American Decorative Arts at Yale University and Vittorio Calabrese, Executive Director at Magazzino Italian Art.   The conversation will include an overview of Jim Oliveira’s forthcoming book, Murano Glass, America and the History of the World, history and highlights of the early American glass collection at Yale, and the recently opened Carlo Scarpa exhibition at Magazzino in Cold Spring.

Presented in collaboration with Magazzino Italian Art


  • 4pm | “The Wallace Collection: Past, Present, and Future” (Board of Officers Room) with Xavier Bray, Director of the Wallace Collection and Carrie Rebora Barratt, Director of Longhouse Reserve

Presented in collaboration with The Wallace Collection



Tuesday, Jan. 23

  • 2:30pm I “All the Beauty in the World” (Board of Officers Room), Patrick Bringley shares his story about his ten years working as a guard at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. Talk by former Met museum guard and author of All the Beauty in the World”. Patrick Bringley is the author of All the Beauty in the World, a memoir about his decade working as a guard in the galleries of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The book has been praised by outlets including the New York Times, Washington Post, and Associated Press, and has been named a best book of the year by the New York Public Library, NPR, the Financial Times, and the Times of London, which selected it as the outstanding art book of 2023. Patrick’s narration of All the Beauty in the World was also named a best audiobook of the year by Patrick lives with his wife and children in Sunset Park, Brooklyn. All the Beauty in the World is his first book. 



Wednesday, Jan. 24

  • 3pm I “Singular Sensations: How Designers Work with Artisans to Create One-of-a-Kind Homes” (Board of Officers Room)

While every house is a completely unique mix of taste and style, designer Brian McCarthy works with artisans to ensure that the home itself is a work of art by enlisting extraordinary artists and artisans for bespoke projects. Join him and select artists for a lively conversation about the process from inspiration to installation moderated by Galerie magazine editor in chief Jacqueline Terrebonne. 



  • 5pm I “Contemporary Art and Cold War Embassies” (Board of Officers Room): A Conversation with Jennifer Duncan, Jorge Otero-Pailos, and David Peterson, moderated by Julia P. Herzberg 

Presented in collaboration with The Fund for Park Avenue



Saturday, Jan. 27 

  • 12:30pm | “The Market for Drawings: How to Collect” (Colonel’s Room) 

Panelists: Jill Newhouse, Christopher Bishop

Moderator: Megan Corcoran Locke, ArtTactic

Presented in collaboration with Master Drawings New York and The Drawing Foundation

  • 3pm | “Weaving Luxury into Modern Living: Dorothy Liebes’ Collaborations with Architects and Designers at Mid-Century” (Colonel’s Room)

Journalist and design historian Mitchell Owens will moderate a discussion of Liebes’ groundbreaking contributions to modern design with Susan Brown and Alexa Griffith Winton, curators and authors of the Cooper Hewitt show; Scott Powell, author of Frances Elkins: Visionary American Designer; and Liz O’Brien, author of Ultramodern: Samuel Marx – Architect, Designer, Art Collector. 

  • 5pm | “Decorating History: Preserving American Interior Design” (Colonel’s Room)

Vin Cipolla, President and CEO of Historic New England, talks with FREDERIC magazine‘s Kate Bolick about how Beauport, the Sleeper-McCann House, in Gloucester, Massachusetts, remains an enduring icon of American design.

Presented in collaboration with FREDERIC magazine

Opening Night 2023 The Winter Show. Photo credit: Simon Cherry

All revenues from the fair’s general admissions and the net proceeds from the Opening Night Party and other special events benefit East Side House and contribute substantially to its robust community programming. No part of sales made by exhibitors is received by East Side House. The Winter Show runs January 19–28, 2024, at the Park Avenue Armory, 67th Street and Park Avenue, New York City. Hours of admission are Monday, Wednesday, Tuesday, and Friday, 12–8 PM; Thursday, 12–4:30 PM; Saturday, 12–7 PM; and Sunday, 12–6 PM. Daily admission is $30 with early bird pricing and $40 beginning in January. Prices include a copy of the Show’s award-winning catalogue.

Special thanks to Bank of America, The Winter Show’s Opening Night sponsor, for its contributions to the continued success of the Show as well as its support for East Side House Settlement.

To purchase tickets for the Opening Night Party or other special events, please call (718) 292-7392 or visit

Opening Night 2023 The Winter Show. Photo credit: Simon Cherry

East Side House Settlement

East Side House Settlement is a community-based organization located in the South Bronx. Recognizing education as the key to economic and civic opportunity, East Side House works with schools, community centers, and other partners to bring quality education and resources to individuals in need, helping approximately 14,000 residents of the Bronx and Northern Manhattan improve their lives each year.

The Winter Show Leadership

Helen Allen, Executive Director

Beatrice Giuli, Project Manager

Veronica Wu, Manager

Lucinda C. Ballard, Co-Chair

Michael R. Lynch, Co-Chair

Arie L. Kopelman, Chairman Emeritus

Opening Night 2023 The Winter Show. Photo credit: Simon Cherry

Design Council Co-Chairs

Billy Cotton is a multidisciplinary design firm known for its thoughtful decision-making and nuanced, multiscale approach. It has been recognized on the Architectural Digest AD100 and the ELLE Decor A-List and featured in the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, among other publications.

Corey Damen Jenkins & Associates is an internationally acclaimed interior design firm, recognized on the Architectural Digest AD100, the ELLE Decor A-List, and the 1stDibs 50. It has received industry honors including the 2023 ARTS Award for Interior Designer of the Year and the New York School of Interior Design’s Larry Kravet Design Industry Leadership Award.

Ellen Hamilton is known for her curiosity and her effortless combinations of the historical and the contemporary. Her dedication to education, history, and community has taken form in the Brooklyn Heights Designer Showhouse, which she founded in 2017 to champion emerging talent and encourage intellectual curiosity in the design industry.

Alexa Hampton has been a leader in the design world since taking the reins of her father’s iconic design firm in 1998. Hampton has contributed to her family’s legacy of creating elegant, practical, and classically informed interiors for modern living. She was inducted into Architectural Digest’s AD100 Hall of Fame in 2023, after 20 years of being regularly named to the AD100.

Peter Pennoyer is the founding partner of Peter Pennoyer Architects, whose work is characterized by sophisticated detail and high-quality craftsmanship, as well as its graceful ability to balance comfort, beauty, modernity, and continuity with the past. A Fellow of the American Institute of Architects and an honoree of Architectural Digest’s AD100, he is an author of five books on early-20th-century American architects, among others.

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Now for the notable sales for 2024 at The Winter Show:

  • Aronson of Amsterdam (Amsterdam, The Netherlands) sold several works to private collections throughout the US, including an early 18th century Delftware teapot with cover, which was bought by a new collector in the four-figure range, among many others.
  • Cove Landing (New York, USA) noted several important sales including a George I Stained Field Maple “Mulberry Wood” Bureau Cabinet with geometric inlays to a longtime collector in the range of $35,000–$45,000, as well as a variety of objects in the three- to four-figure range to new and young collectors.
  • Debra Force Fine Art (New York, USA) sold several pieces including an oil painting by Robert Henri titled Dorita, 1924 for high six-figures. This sale was bolstered by additional works by other artists, including Maurice Brazil Prendergast, at prices ranging between $25,000 and $150,000.
  • Didier Ltd (London, UK) sold several artist-designed jewelry pieces to private collections in the five-figure range including rare works by Arnaldo Pomodoro, Franco Cannilla, Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, and Sonya Delaunay, among others.
  • Dolan Maxwell (Philadelphia, USA) sold a number of works to private collectors in the United States including a Stanley William Hayter (British, 1901-1988) painting titled Summer Evening, 1985 for $58,000 and a drawing by Michael Canning (Irish, born 1971) Drawing 1, 2012 for $35,000.
  • Hill-Stone, Inc. (South Dartmouth, MA, USA) sold a rare pen and ink drawing Monsters and Fabulous Creatures, c. 1540–45 to 1560, by a follower of Hieronymus Bosch to a private New York collection on opening night for $125,000, and a drawing by Giovanni Battista Tiepolo, Two Satyrs and a Young Boy Looking Down, c. 1745, for mid-five figures to a private US collection who had recently seen the Tiepolo exhibition at The Morgan Library.
  • Hirschl & Adler Galleries (New York, USA) sold a pair of French Yellow Tole Sinumbra Lamps, c. 1820, to the Boscobel House and Gardens Museum in New York’s Hudson Valley, among other notable sales.
  • Joan B Mirviss LTD (New York, USA) sold several works in the opening days and throughout the fair from its presentation of Japanese women artists to both longtime local clients and many new collectors from outside of New York, including works by Katsumata Chieko, Kitagawa Utamaro, Wada Morihiro, Mishima Kimiyo, Katsushika Hokusai, and Hoshino Kayoko, at prices ranging from $10,000–$50,000.
  • Kentshire (New York, USA) who has been doing the show for 33 years reports that the Show drew in one of the best crowds it has ever seen and that sales are still occurring as a result of their presence. There were notable sales on the Show floor to new and returning clients in the five and six figures which included an important Art Deco Boucheron diamond bracelet, a rare Hermès gold panel necklace and bombé diamond ring, and an Art Deco diamond bracelet by Cartier.
  • Lawrence Steigard (New York, USA) sold an important early 17th-century Dutch oil on panel painting titled Portrait of a Family Seated at a Table, made by an anonymous master thought to be from Delft. The Winter Show marked the first time the work was exhibited in the United States, and it will remain so in a private American collection.
  • Macklowe Gallery (New York, USA) sold a number of works including a gilt bronze and glass Fireplace Screen (c. 1910) by Louis Comfort Tiffany and a pair of Bulgari Ruby Cabochon Earrings both for $175,000. Additionally, they sold a Pâte-de-Verre “Plantes Aquatiques” Chandelier by master glass artist Gabriel Argy-Rousseau for $55,000.
  • Peter Harrington (London, UK), a first-time exhibitor, sold Winston Churchill’s desk from his Hyde Park Gate home for $450,000 to a private collector, previously a part of the Steve Forbes collection. The desk was part of Churchill’s private office and used in his post-war political career and while writing his Second World War memoirs.
  • Rountree Tryon Galleries (London, UK) sold works including an oil painting by Peter Monomy’s (1681-1749), Ships of the fleet becalmed off Castle Cornet at St Peter Port, Guernsey, and sold a drawing by Sir Peter Markham Scott (1909-1989), Tufted ducks arriving at St James’s Park, 1936, to the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum.
  • Thomas Heneage Art Books (London, UK) noted a strong presence from US institutions including The Frick Collection and Colonial Williamsburg and sold a rare hand-illustrated first edition of Mary Gartside’s An Essay on Light and Shade, on Colours, and on Composition in General, 1805, among other works.
  • Thomsen Gallery (New York, USA) sold a number of gold lacquer boxes including one by contemporary artist Yoshio Okada’s Night-Shining Jewel Box with Sprinkled Design in the low $20,000 range.