Celebrating its 62nd year, the venerable New York show is relaxing its rules, allowing young design pieces to sit at the grown-ups' table.
New York's Winter Antiques Show may have finished up its annual run on the Upper East Side earlier this month, but that doesn't mean that its coveted art, furniture and objects are entirely off the market. Here, the two dozen 1stdibs galleries that participated in the fair each reveal one prime piece that's still on offer.
Manhattan-based architect and preservationist Peter Pennoyer has the classicism of Old New York coursing through his veins. But while he's now especially known and celebrated for his traditional designs, he also has a deft hand when a project calls for a clean, modernist approach.
When Robert Young — a premier London specialist in British folk art — started out nearly 40 years ago, he all but invented the genre as a collecting category. Today, he is one of the city’s most popular and respected dealers.
This 62-year-old New York stalwart Hirschl & Adler Galleries — deftly run by a father-and-daughter team — offers a strikingly wide range of treasures, starting with fine and decorative American art from the 18th and 19th centuries up to the present day.
Peter Pap began selling antique rugs more than 30 years ago. By 1991, he was attending between eight and 10 shows a year. Today, he's an undisputed authority in the business.
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