Bowers of white orchids...
Very priceless indeed Cartier watches at The International Fine Art & Antique Dealers Show yesterday at the 67th Street Armory.
Each dealer setup his area like a separate room you could practically move into on the spot.
Very elegant indeed.
I was quite smitten with this half-finished Cezanne watercolor from art dealer Thomas Colville.
And drooling over these Delacroix Moroccan sketches too.
Not so enticing this ceramic plate of bacon and eggs from Picasso.
Though very inticing Francois Payard's macarons in the refreshment area at the show.
Do you write or draw? You definitely need this fabulous desk from UK dealer Apter-Fredricks of London.
And of course the essential Staffordshire cat from Brian Houghton Galleries to sit atop your papers and drawings.
Do you long to work for an international art dealer?
Then start working on your posture ASAP.
I noticed sales people from the various galleries had perfect posture. I wonder if they use Backjoy?
As I was leaving the show (which continues until 25th October Thursday by the way) I spotted high fashion designer Carolina Herrerra, whose posture is pretty perfect don't you think?
My new little Canon S100 did a pretty good job of capturing her considering I was quite a distance away don't you think?
A few blocks away a little dog who's posture could use some improvement but I loved his 'side-car' gizmo attached to the baby carriage.
These lion-cut poodle's posture is positively regal.
New York fish watch their posture when they're swimming in Barney's windows on Madison avenue.