this year’s Winter Antiques Show kicks off with its Opening Night Party on January 18, 2018, and continues through January 28, 2018. We are pleased to share that this year’s loan exhibition comes from the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts (VMFA) in Richmond, Virginia. VMFA has often been called a “collection of collections,” a moniker that aptly evokes the tremendous role individual patrons have played in the founding and development of the museum’s holdings — we’re thrilled to have their support.
Exceptional objects made by Tiffany, Lalique, Jean Schlumberger and Paul Storr, as well as important paintings by Robert Henri, George Stubbs, John Singer Sargent, Berthe Morisot, Willem de Kooning, Eastman Johnson, Childe Hassam, Max Pechstein, Vincent van Gogh and Beauford Delaney will be featured at this year’s Show.

Obj. No. 2006.586 Photo No. 55145.CT.1
Paul Storr (British, 1771-1844)
Basket, 1813
Silver
91Ú2ÓH x 20 5/16ÓW (handle to handle) x 161Ú2ÓD
24.13 cm x 51.59 cm x 41.91 cm
Marks: sterling, London 1813/14; makerÕs mark, Paul Storr; wt. 8458 g
Heraldry: Engraved arms of Wyndham quartering Hopton, borne by George, 3rd Earl of Egremont and his wife Elizabeth whom he married in 1801
Image must be credited with the following collection and photo credit lines:
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. Gift of Rita R. Gans
Photo: Katherine Wetzel © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Obj. No. L2015.13.30
Robert Henri (American, 1865–1929)
Miss Kaji Waki, 1909
Oil on canvas
77 3/16”H × 37”W
196.06 cm × 93.98 cm
Image must be credited with the following collection and photo credit lines:
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. James W. and Frances Gibson McGlothlin Collection
Photo: Katherine Wetzel © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Obj. No. 2006.586 Photo No. 55145.CT.1
Paul Storr (British, 1771-1844)
Basket, 1813
Silver
9½”H x 20 5/16”W (handle to handle) x 16½”D
24.13 cm x 51.59 cm x 41.91 cm
Marks: sterling, London 1813/14; maker’s mark, Paul Storr; wt. 8458 g
Heraldry: Engraved arms of Wyndham quartering Hopton, borne by George, 3rd Earl of Egremont and his wife Elizabeth whom he married in 1801
Image must be credited with the following collection and photo credit lines:
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. Gift of Rita R. Gans
Photo: Katherine Wetzel © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts
Obj. No. 2007.19a-c
Tucker and Hemphill Factory/ American Porcelain Company (active 1826-1838)
Monumental Urn Depicting Two Dramatic Scenes, ca. 1833-38
Porcelain, iron, brass
22”H x 12⅛”W x 8½”D
55.88 cm x 30.8 cm x 21.59 cm
Image must be credited with the following collection and photo credit lines:
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond. J. Harwood and Louise B. Cochrane Fund for American Art.
Photo: Katherine Wetzel © Virginia Museum of Fine Arts

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