Dürer, Peasant Couple Dancing
Beham, The Country Wedding
Pencz, The Life of Christ
Bonasone, The Vision of St. Jerome
Callot, La Noblesse
Della Bella, Death on Horseback
Belloni, Ercole in Tebe
Filloeul, Différents Caractères
Canaletto, Imaginary View of Venice
Piranesi, The Temple of Pola
Basan, Dictionnaire des Graveurs
Earlom, A Fruit Piece
Janinet, Restes du Palais du Pape
Terebenef, Caricature of Napoléon
Gericault, Horses Going to a Fair
Devéria, Music in the Salon
Whistler, Limehouse
Fulleylove, Church of Santa Fosca
Buhot,  Le Retour des Artistes
Forain, En Cabinet Particulier
Short, The Night Picket Boat
Corinth, The Old King
Hassam, Madonna of the North End
Ensor, Bataille des Éperons
Gandara, Portrait de Femme
Higgins, Figure on the Stairs
Orlik, Karrenschreber
Laboureur,  Images Bretonnes
Laboureur, Flower Sellers, London
Thorne, Pony and Bug
Torre-Bueno, West 86th Street
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                                                                          GOING TO THE FAIR
                                                  (Prints and Drawings at the Satellite Fair)

The following prints and drawings, and many others, will be going with us to the fair, but not, this year, to The IFPDA Print Fair at the Armory; rather to The New York Satellite Print Fair, at the Bohemian National Hall.   The Satellite Fair is not a competitor of the IFPDA fair, but an adjunct to it, showing similar material but in a smaller, less formal and more relaxed setting.  Many of the dealers exhibiting there are also members of the International Fine Print Dealers Association.  The reason for our switch is largely one of age; we (or I) simply no longer have the stamina necessary for the larger fair.

The Satellite Fair will take place on Friday, November 7, from 10 A.M. to 9 P.M.; Saturday, November 8, from 10 A.M. to 7 P.M.; and Sunday, November 9, from 11 A.M. to 4 P.M.  This is, of course, in the same week as The Print Fair.  The Bohemian National Hall is located at 321 East 73rd Street, between 1st and 2nd Avenues, about a ten-minute walk from the Armory.  Admission to the fair is free.  We hope to see many of our clients and friends, both old and new, there.  As the web exhibit indicates, we have many fascinating items to show you, and, as always, we thank you for your interest.

James Goodfriend
Carol Goodfriend
Elizabeth Napier