Furniture and Decorative Arts at TEFAF New York Fall 2017 – BLOUIN ARTINFO


TEFAF New York Fall is back in the historic Park Avenue Armory in New York City with its glorious collection of artworks from across the ages.

Established in 1988, TEFAF is a celebration of art, a carnival to promote the finer taste and is widely regarded to be the pre-eminent fair with a special focus on decorative fine arts. TEFAF presents the finest of the Furniture and decorative artworks from across the ages by connecting the world’s exhibitor community under the umbrella of TEFAF. This year TEFAF brings together several exhibitors presenting under the category of Furniture and Decorative arts. The exhibitors’ list include, BURZIO, Alessandra Di Castro, Mullany, Lillian Nassau LLC, Ronald Phillips and Christophe de Quénetain.

BURZIO presents “Pair Of Royal Louis XV Pliants” by Nicolas-Quinibert Foliot and a “Barque Table Top”, “Vase” by Luigi Maria Valadier (1726-Rome-1785) presented by Alessandra Di Castro, artefacts by Mullany, “Lotus Lamp”, “Table Lamp” and “18-Light Lily Table Lamp” by Tiffany Studios and “Pair Of Lounge Chairs With Ottoman” by Paul Poiret (1879-Paris-1944) for Atelier Martine presented by Lillian Nassau LLC. Ronald Phillips presents a collection of art-works in furniture including, “A George I Green Japanned Bureau Cabinet” almost certainly by John Belchier (active London 1687-1753), “Pair Of Reverse Mirror Paintings In Original Frames”, “Pair Of George I Gesso Stools” attributed to James Moore, “Pair Of Irish George III Oval Mirror Chandeliers”, “George III Mirror” by Thomas Chippendale from Harewood House, “Daisy Fellowes Specimen Table” and “Pair Of George III Torchères” attributed to Robert Adam and Thomas Chippendale. Christophe de Quénetain presents “Console” after a design of Jean-Charles Delafosse (1734-Paris-1791).

TEFAF NEW YORK FALL 2017 is awaiting its opening on October 28, 2017 following which the fair will be celebrated through November 1, 2017 at Park Avenue Armory – New York, NY (USA)

For details, visit: https://www.tefaf.com

Click on the slideshow for a sneak peek at the artworks.


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