Upcoming Winter Exhibition At Carlton Hobbs

January 7 2016, 2:26pm

Luis Egidio Melénde, Still Life with Oysters, Plate of Eggs, Garlic and Receptacles, 1772. Colnaghi Collection. We are pleased to announce our upcoming Winter exhibition, to be held at Carlton Hobbs 60 East 93rd Street gallery in New York, jointly with Colnaghi and Tomasso Brothers. The exhibition will be on view from Thursday, January 21st through Sunday, January 30th 2016, from 11am to 6pm, with the preview day on Thursday, January 21st from 11am to 8pm. We will have on show a selection of important pieces furniture and decorative arts from the Carlton Hobbs collection, alongside an impressive group of Old Masters paintings and sculptures. Works include a rare bronze relief, Julius Caesar and King Juba, by Antonio di Pietro Averlino (1400 – c. 1469), known as Filarete, from the Tomasso Brother’s collection. The piece was completed circa 1433, around the period when Filarete began work on his highly influential central bronze doors for Old St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. Filarete. Julius Caesar and King Juba. Collection of Tomasso Brothers. One of the highlights from Colnaghi, will be Luis Egidio Meléndez’s (Naples, 1716 – Madrid, 1780) Still Life with Oysters, Plate of Eggs, Garlic and Receptacles, from 1772. We hope you will have the chance to stop by to see these works along with the other treasures on view from each collection! Traveling Box Decorated With A Range Of Exquisite And Rare Embroidered Techniques (detail). Lyon. Late 17th Century. Carlton Hobbs Collection.