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Hunt Slonem Sale Preview at Stair Galleries

On Saturday, October 17, antiquarians from near and far descended on Stair Galleries in Hudson (that’s Colin Stair, far left, with veteran Hudson antiques dealer Rich Rasso)  for a preview of the season’s most eagerly-awaited sale, the Hunt Slonem Collection from Edgewood Terrace.  Slonem, a New York-based painter given to buying and preserving historic houses, is selling his imposing Second Empire-style brick mansion across the river in Kingston, and its astonishing contents will go on the block at Stair next Saturday, October 24th. 

Kathryn Windley, Gary diMauro, the listing broker for Edgewood Terrace, and Marty Roberts, the caretaker there; Malcolm Travelstead and Frank Faulkner

Bibhu Mohapatra, Jim Brodsky, Bobby Beard, Judy Auchincloss and Mary Millane

Margaret Saliske, Spencer Brown, and Johnny Moore; Belinda Breese and Scott Baldinger

Ammi Ribar, Marty and Patti Ferrera Birnbaum; Susan Kittenplan Fulmer, Scott Fulmer and Jeffrey Slonem, brother of Hunt, who could not attend due to a recent fall.

Lou Blasingame, Wolfgang Brandl, Penelope Queen, and Don Friday; Stair Galleries’ Bill Rogers, Nicole Brown, Spencer Brown and Henry Haddad

Peter Frank and Erika Clark; Ian Nitschke, Peggy Lampman and Belinda Breese

David Petrovsky and Judy Auchincloss; Ros Ollivierra and Peggy Polenberg

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