This Albert Bloch painting shows a young boy standing with his hands in his pockets.

The Winter Show 2020 Presentation Preview

Join us January 24 - February 2, 2020 at the Park Avenue Armory

Jonathan Boos is pleased to announce our participation in the 2020 Winter Show. The  leading art, antiques and design fair in America, The Winter Show will feature 72  experts in the fine and decorative arts, presenting pieces from over works from ancient times to modern day. This year, we will present works by American and European artists including John AthertonJacob Lawrence and Martha Walter.  

Explore the works in our booth below and view our preview document here.

A surrealist painting featuring a green door labelled 242.
John Atherton, American. Untitled (Entrance 242). Tempera on renaissance panel. 17 1/8 x 21 inches. Signed lower left.
Milton Avery's drawing of a black bird and dotted sky against a white background
Milton Avery, American, 1885–1965. Bird and Sun, 1955 Oil and watercolor on artist board, 8¾ × 5 inches. Signed and dated lower right.
A bronze sculpture of the head of a dutch artist.
Leonard Baskin, American, 1922-2000. Dutch Artist, 1963. Bronze, 9 x 10 1/2 inches. Signed and stamped with edition 12/15 on underside.
The presentation of the winner of a boxing match.
George Wesley Bellows, American, 1882-1925. Introducing the Champion, 1912. Black crayon, India ink wash and collage on paper. 24 3/4 x 20 inches. Signed upper left. Private collection.
A close up of fall foliage on the forest floor, with a bronze penny sitting on a rock.
Thomas Hart Benton, American, 1899-1975. Lost Penny, 1941. Oil and tempera on board. 26 1/2 x 19 inches. Signed and dated lower right.
The present work is a model for the 36-foot long metal screen that Harry Bertoia completed for the General Motors Technical Center in Warren
Harry Bertoia, American, 1915-1978. Conceptual Model for General Motors Tech Center Screen, 1953. Brass and nickel melt-coated steel. 10 x 16 x 2 inches.
Harry Bertoia's Untitled sculpture, which resembles a bush.
Harry Bertoia (American, 1915-1978). Untitled, c. 1976. Bronze and copper. 8 ½ x 13 ½ inches.
This Albert Bloch painting shows a young boy standing with his hands in his pockets.
Albert Bloch, American, 1882-1961. Portrait of a Boy, 1911, Oil on canvas, 35 1/4 x 28 inches
A landscape with a lonely tree on the right and river on the left.
Charles H. Davis, American, 1856–1933. Evening, 1886. Oil on canvas, 38 ¹∕8 × 57 7∕8 inches. Signed and dated lower right.
This work by Stuart Davis depicts a street corner with a cafe and music hall against a light blue background
Stuart Davis, American, 1892-1964. Music Hall, 1930. Oil on canvas. 16 x 18 inches. Signed lower right.
An abstract painting by Enrico Donati.
Enrico Donati, American, 1909–2008. Quetzacoatl, 1964. Gesso, sand, and oil on canvas, 43 × 40 inches, Signed lower right.
Fairy hordes attacking a bat against the background of a full moon.
John Anster Fitzgerald, English, 1832-1903. Fairy Hordes Attacking a Bat. Watercolor and gouache on paper. 14 x 21 ¼ inches.
Jacob Lawrence's nativity scene with the holy family standing on the left and chickens in the foreground.
Jacob Lawrence, American, 1917-2000. Nativity, 1954. Egg tempera on board. 9 x 16 inches. Signed and dated on the lower right.
A man standing on top of a well in a desert.
Rudolf Swoboda, Austrian, 1859–1914. At the Well, 1884. Oil on panel, 12 × 9¾ inches. Signed and dated lower right.
A group of monkeys.
Gabriel Cornelius Von Max, Czechoslovakian / German, 1840–1915. The Critics. Oil on canvas, 33 x 41¾ inches.
A nurse in blue holds a baby dressed in white. The two sit next to the water.
Martha Walter, American, 1875-1976. Nursemaid and Baby at Gloucester, Massachusetts. Oil on canvas. 32 x 40 inches. Signed upper left.

Cover image: Albert Bloch, American, 1882-1961. Portrait of a Boy, 1911. Oil on canvas. 35 1/4 x 28 inches.