Palm Beach Art Fair Presents Roster of New Exhibitors

  • Galerie Thomas. Salle Blue Flowers.
  • Dickinson. Vincent van Gogh’s 1889 painting The Park at the Saint-Paul Hospital.
  • Buccellati. Sterling Silver centerpiece with oval Sugelites.
  • Carlton Hobbs LLC. An Extremely Rare Tile Picture Depicting Liveried Servants Carrying Food Laden Platters. Attributed to Vicente Navarro.
  • The Antique Enamel Company.
  • Van Cleef & Arpels Heritage Collection. 1961 “Boules de Neige” bracelet.
  • Trinity House. Jean Beraud's La Dame Utile.
  • Sylvia Powell Decorative Arts. Pablo Picasso (1881-1973), Vallauris Tripode & Gros Oiseau, two large Terre de faïence vases, 1951 and 1953, glazed and painted numbered editions.
  • Galerie Jacques Bailly. Jean Dufy's Paysage du Limousin.
  • Sonia Delaunay. Mosaïque, 1954. Three panels framed in a wooden chassis.
  • Mallett. An unusual early 19th century Empire library table of finely figured mahogany by François-Honoré-Georges Jacob-Desmalter (1770 – 1841).
  • Richard Green. Raoul Dufy's Le Bassin a Deauville.
  • Alexandra Foster

This year’s American International Fine Art Fair in Palm Beach, Florida, will feature more than 30 new exhibitors, providing a lineup that will surpass 80 exhibitors. The fair, which helps kick off Palm Beach’s social season, runs February 3-8 at the Palm Beach County Convention Center. The show will feature pieces ranging from Old Master paintings to contemporary furniture to dazzling jewelry from the houses of Van Cleef & Arpels, Graff, and Cartier. A few exhibitors who were absent last year have returned, including The Antique Enamel Company from London and Lawrence Steigrad Fine Arts gallery from New York. Collectors should take note of Vincent van Gogh’s 1889 painting The Park at the Saint-Paul Hospital, from London-based returning exhibitor Dickinson gallery. The format will mirror last year’s lineup of daily programs, including lectures, question-and-answer sessions, and cocktail receptions. The fair’s layout leads crowds on a path that ends at the Center Court, where caviar, smoked salmon, and Champagne will be continuously served. (www.aifaf.com)

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