Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show February 15 – 21 2017

Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique ShowThe Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show has arrived! Join us from Thursday February 16th – Tuesday February 21st. From an opening night preview party to a weekend full of lectures on the most pressing topics in the art world such as “The Next Generation of Collecting” and “Collecting & Care of Fine Art,” The Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique Show is an internationally renowned show. This year’s show will take place at the Palm Beach County Convention Center in West Palm Beach.

Our exclusive collection will include works by such greats as Pablo Picasso, Marc Chagall, and Joan Miró. One fantastic work by Chagall, Untitled Study, features bright and colorful hand colored watercolor and crayon, and also depicts Chagall’s famous lovers in the background. La Parade (The Parade), 1980 showcases Chagall’s special figural style, along with his brilliant usage of color. Both pieces are exemplary of the artists oeuvre. A special addition to the show is a work by Renoir, Les Baigneuses au crabe, I (Bathers Playing with a Crab, I), c.1897-1900. A delicate and ethereal image, this work is sure to be a delight to all.  A highlight of the Masterwork’s booth is always the Leger ceramics, which are crafted with playfulness to create dynamic works of art. Les Acrobates (The Acrobats), 1955 is a tangle of figures with a brilliant orange background. The bold color and rendering of the figures captivates the eye and the mind.

The Palm Beach Art, Antique & Jewelry Show is presented by the Palm Beach Show Group. Hosting shows across the country from New York to Los Angeles, and Baltimore to Miami, the Palm Beach Show Group always pleases with a thoughtful selection of galleries and jewelers and an excellent lecture series. Whether you are a seasoned collector or a novice appreciator of art, the Palm Beach Jewelry, Art & Antique show has something for you.

Please email for complementary passes.

Our next Art Fair: NYC Art on Paper Premier Art Fair March 2nd – 5th

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