Picture This! Scenes From Tefaf-New York

I spent most of Friday afternoon and evening at Tefaf-New York, and I found it to be as full of interesting paintings and objects as I expected. Here are pictures of some interesting booths–there were so many. When I remember where I was, I’ve added a few details.

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Richard L. Feigen’s booth–with a wonderful Courbet bust in the center and a fantastic Velazquez on the right.

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Shapero Rare Books.

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Wonderful glass on that wall, at Lillian Nassau gallery.

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Otto Naumann’s booth: the Mengs, top left, which was in the Met’s Unfinished exhibition, sold on Friday to Anderson Cooper.

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Agnews’ booth–full of pre-Raphaelite paintings.

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Sam Fogg–a wonderful booth on the second floor of the Armory.

 

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At the back of Sam Fogg.

 

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Back on the first floor, at Philips gallery.

Please don’t draw any conclusions from the scarce sight of people in these photos. I waited for quiet moments, so you could see what was in the booths.

Tefaf continues through Wednesday.

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