And in the galleries

Ledes, Allison Eckardt
January 2003
Magazine Antiques;Jan2003, Vol. 163 Issue 1, p20
Presents gallery exhibitions of antiques in New York for January 2003. Evolution of painting in the U.S. from the Hirschl and Addler Galleries; Role of American painters in the early 18th century; Exhibition of furniture and paintings from the Partridge Fine Arts of London and Dickenson Roundell; Works by Edouard Vuillard at the Berry-Hill Galleries featuring paintings, pastels and drawings spanning the artist's career.


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