Spring Show in New York City Offers Diverse Array of Treasures

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artwork: Jean-Baptiste Armand  Guillaumin (1841 – 1927) - "La pierrière à Saint-Palais, marée montante" - Oil on canvas, Framed: 43 x 55 inches Charles Pankow collection, Private collection, California, USA


NEW YORK, NY.- Decisions, decisions. When the Spring Show NYC, opens its doors on April 28 to May 2 at the Park Avenue Armory, a diverse array of fine and decorative arts from 65 members of the Art and Antique Dealers League of America will greet collectors and art aficionados of all tastes. From ancient artifacts to fine furniture to modern masterworks on canvas and mid-century decorative arts, fairgoers can count on finding a stellar piece to suit their style. Budding enthusiasts are also welcomed with a selection of exceptional and accessibly-priced items. Most importantly, all works on display have been carefully vetted for authenticity in accordance with the strict standards of the AADLA. Here we present a brief survey of some of the show’s most extraordinary pieces, spanning more than 2500 years in age.