Warming To The Classics: The International Show Returns To New York

By Laura Beach


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Warming To The Classics:
The International Show Returns To New York

PUBLISHED: NOVEMBER 3, 2015

Review and Photos By Laura Beach

NEW YORK CITY

Hicham Aboutaam of Phoenix Ancient Art, New York City and Geneva, featured this early Second Century BCE marble sculpture depicting the young Dionysus trouncing a panther. The circa 550-500 BCE black-figure neck amphorae, left and right, are also decorated with Dionysian scenes.

“There is nothing like its Berkeley Square location,” said Hicham Aboutaam, fresh from the October 3-9 PAD London Art + Design show, where Phoenix Ancient Art sold 13 pieces. In New York, Aboutaam’s impeccable display showcased an early Second Century BCE marble sculpture depicting the young Dionysus trouncing a panther, black-figure Attic amphorae and ancient Etruscan gold and agate jewelry.

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Date
: November 3 2015

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