The Delaware Antiques Show 2021

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NOVEMBER 5–7, 2021

Chase Center on the Riverfront Wilmington, Delaware

A Benefit for Educational Programming at Winterthur

YOU RECOGNIZE A CLASSIC WHEN YOU SEE IT One of the nation’s most highly acclaimed antiques shows presents a spectacular showcase of art, antiques, and design! Featuring the finest offerings frommore than 60 distinguished dealers, the Delaware Antiques Show highlights the best of American antiques and decorative arts. Join us for a full schedule of exciting show features.

Show Hours Friday, November 5 11:00 am–6:00 pm Saturday, November 6 11:00 am–6:00 pm Sunday, November 7 11:00 am–5:00 pm General Admission $25 per person $20 Winterthur Members Children under 12 free Tickets valid for all three days of the show and admission to Winterthur. Group Rates Discounted admission available for groups of 10 or more. To make your reservation, e-mail or call 302.888.4600, ext. 7029. Buy Tickets • Call 800.448.3883 • Buy online at • Purchase tickets at the Winterthur Visitor Center • Purchase on-site at the show

Join Winterthur and Save Call the Membership Office at 800.448.3883. See More at Winterthur If you love antiques, be sure to visit Winterthur—Henry Francis du Pont’s 175-room former home filled with his fabulous collection of American antiques and decorative arts. Also, don’t miss Outside In: Nature-inspired Design at Winterthur; Lady of the House: Ruth Wales du Pont; Bearing Witness; and our newly updated Dominy gallery, all The Chase Center on the Riverfront is centrally located in Wilmington, Delaware, midway between New York City and Washington, D.C. Visit for directions and venue details. currently on view. Getting There

Please join Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library and Wilmington Trust for the Opening Night Party Thursday, November 4, 2021 5:00–9:00 pm Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres

Chase Center on the Riverfront, Wilmington, Delaware

Requires a separate ticket, which includes admission to all three days of the show and to Winterthur.

The Delaware Antiques Show is sponsored in part by these media partners

KEYNOTE LECTURE* Friday, November 5, 10:00 am Elaine Rice Bachmann Designing Camelot: The Kennedy White House Restoration and Its Legacy

Elaine Rice Bachmann, co-author of Designing Camelot: The Kennedy White House Restoration and Its Legacy (2021), will present a keynote lecture on the most historic and celebrated redesign of the White House in its history. Her talk sets the stage for Winterthur’s forthcoming exhibition, Jacqueline Kennedy and Henry Francis du Pont: From Winterthur to the White House, opening in May 2022, which will focus on the partnership between the first lady and du Pont and which Bachmann is guest curating. Bachmann is the State Archivist of Maryland and the former Director and Curator of Artistic Property at the Maryland State Archives. She received her master’s degree from the University of Delaware/Winterthur Program in Early American Culture after studying art history at Indiana University. She has written and lectured extensively on Maryland’s state- owned art collection, as well as the history of the Maryland State House and Government House. She is also the co-author of a history of the Maryland governor’s mansion, published in 2018, and a children’s book on Maryland’s famous Wye Oak, published in 2006. Book signing to follow lecture.

* Lecture included with general admission.

YOUNG SCHOLARS LECTURES* Saturday, November 6, 2:00 pm

Jena Gilbert-Merrill, Lois F. McNeil Fellow, Winterthur “The possibilities of a box”: Louise Brigham’s Box Furniture

Louise Brigham’s Box Furniture (1906) is a collection of designs and instructions for making simple, modular furniture made from recycled wooden packing crates. Winterthur Library holds Brigham’s personal copy—complete with notes, edits, and extra material for a new but never published edition.

Rachael Kane , Lois F. McNeil Fellow, Winterthur Threads of Change: Assessing a Potential Meiji-Era Silk-work Painting

What can a large, silk-work picture gifted by the Delaware Art Museum to Winterthur reveal about the political intrigue of Meiji-era Japan, the rapid internationalization sparked by the World’s Fair system, and the multinational history of embroidery? The quality of thread, stitch shape, and paper types along with in situ Japanese newsprint found in the back of the frame together offer myriad avenues of study and broaden our understanding of the potential provenance of embroidered material culture objects.

Student lectures sponsored by

* Lectures included with general admission.

Exhibitors A rader Galleries

Leo Kaplan, Ltd. Lillian Nassau, LLC Marcy Burns American Indian Arts, LLC Maria and Peter Warren Antiques Nathan Liverant and Son, LLC The Norwoods’ Spirit of America Olde Hope Peter H. Eaton The Philadelphia Print Shop West Polly Latham Asian Art Ralph M. Chait Galleries, Inc. Red Fox Fine Art R. M. Worth Antiques Roberto Freitas American Antiques Ruth Van Tassel Baumann Schillay Fine Art, Inc. Schoonover Studios, Ltd. Schwarz Gallery Scott Bassoff, Sandy Jacobs Antiques Shaia Oriental Rugs of Williamsburg Sheridan Loyd American Antiques Silver Art by D & R S. J. Shrubsole Corp. Somerville Manning Gallery Spencer Marks, Ltd. Stephen-Douglas Antiques Steven F. Still Antiques Sumpter Priddy III, Inc. Thistlethwaite Americana William R. and Teresa F. Kurau Show managed by Diana Bittel Dealer list as of 8/24/21

Barbara Israel Garden Antiques Bernard and S. Dean Levy, Inc. A Bird in Hand Antiques Charles Clark

Christopher H. Jones American Antiques Colette Donovan Diana H. Bittel Antiques Dixon-Hall Fine Art Dolan / Maxwell Earle D. Vandekar of Knightsbridge, Inc. Elle Shushan Elliott and Grace Snyder Federalist Antiques, Inc. Francis J. Purcell, Inc. Gratz Gallery and Conservation Studio Greg K. Kramer & Co. The Hanebergs Antiques Hilary and Paulette Nolan H. L. Chalfant Fine Art and Antiques Ita J. Howe James L. Price James M. Kilvington, Inc. James Robinson, Inc. Jeffrey Tillou Antiques Jewett-Berdan Johanna Antiques John Chaski, Inc. Jonathan Trace Kelly Kinzle Leatherwood Antiques

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