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Rare Trophy Collection ~ Polo House ~ Palm Beach Polo & Country Club Trophies

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Polo House ~ Palm Beach Polo & Country Club Trophies

 


George III Presentation Trophy by Henry Chawncer, c. 1790



George IV Presentation Cup by Rebecca Emes & Edward Barnard, c. 1824



Tiffany Center Bowl under John Moore II, c. 1920

Sidelines 1988 | Jeanne Chisholm and the Chisholm Gallery

Jeanne Chisholm and the Chisholm Gallery mentioned in a 1988 issue of Sidelines.

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Luxury Dossier | TCM’s Classic Movie Blog

TCM’s Classic Movie Blog. takes a look at polo in Hollywood.  It’s an extensive article, well worth a look for anyone curious about ‘movie star polo’ and its significance during the golden age of Hollywood.  Strangely, the question of ‘movie star polo’ has been brought up in several conversations recently and we wonder if there are any up and coming actors who are interested in the sport.  If so, I’m sure the West Coast polo peeps will be happy to get you started.

Thank you to Jeanne Chisholm of http://www.chisholmgallery.com for the heads up on this.

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Vicky Moon and Jeanne Chisholm at Lecture and Book Signing

Vicky Moon and Jeanne Chisholm at Lecture and Book Signing
Photography by Annie Watt

Altima Palm Beach | Chisholm Gallery | A Treasure Trove for True Collectors

Chisholm Gallery featured on Altima, Palm Beach

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Elite Equestrian Feature | Genevieve Snyder

Elite Equestrian Magazine featuring the portraiture and sporting art of Genevieve Snyder

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Bridget Bate Tichenor | A Former Vogue Editor’s Surrealist Paintings Come With a Gripping Backstory

A Former Vogue Editor’s Surrealist Paintings Come With a Gripping Backstory
by LAIRD BORRELLI-PERSSON
APRIL 25, 2019

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“In the News Today: Mrs. Hugh J. Chisholm, junior, in a coat of red and black broadcloth, red silk jersey dress. From Nicole de Paris.”
Photographed by Horst P. Horst, Vogue, November 15, 1939


“These evenings, ladies like ‘something on the head.’ Mrs. Hugh Chilsholm wears a mobile Christmas headdress of stiffened discs of veiling, jewelled loops, and—twinkling everywhere—gilded paillettes tipping stripped ostrich. The earrings: spays of diamonds, by Van Cleef and Arpels.”
Photographed by Constantine Joffé, Vogue, December 15, 1943


“Mrs. Hugh J. Chisholm, junior, chooses cotton for an informal evening. Red-and-white striped dress; Hattie Carnegie Original.”
Photographed by John Rawlings, Vogue, April 1, 1944


“Mrs. Hugh J. Chisholm, junior, wearing Adrian’s brilliant all-white alternative to the all-black dinner-dress. Its sleeves long, close. Its bodice wrapped. Its over-skirt caught up by a narrow shoulder strap of material as though it were holding up a train.”
Photographed by Cecil Beaton, Vogue, December 1, 1944


“A matter of ‘monochromatic’ furs, first of a series of atonal furs in this issue. Large figure: natural Asiatic marten, half cape, half stole, with flung Ascot. From Esther Dorothy. Jewels from Olga Tritt. Small figure: a closely wrapped winged tunic of white Indian Broadtail from Reine. Backgrounds of reaching perspective, ordered space, are architectural engravings from the ‘Iconographic Encyclopædia,’ American edition, 1851.”
Photographed by John Rawlings, Vogue, August 1, 1945


“Cardigan Commotion: Mrs. Jonathan Tichenor wears her red velveteen cardigan with an heirloom white satin skirt. (Background interest: her bed cover of spotted calfskin.)”
Photographed by Constantin Joffé, Vogue, December 1, 1948


“Cardigan Commotion: Mrs. Jonathan Tichenor wears her red velveteen cardigan with a slim black dinner skirt. (Background interest: her schoolmaster’s desk, a rare Venetian piece.)”
Photographed by Constantin Joffé, Vogue, December 1, 1948


“Vogue’s Eye View of Diablerie . . . the light side of magic; the quote excessive spiritedness unquote referred to by Mr. Webster in his Dictionary.”Pictured: Bridget Bate Tichenor and Jean Patchett.
Photographed by Irving Penn, Vogue, October 15, 1949


“Mrs. Exeter says: ‘I used to think that camel’s hair was for college girls and commuters. Not anymore. Here, for example, is my idea of a really Good and Handsome country suit. I’d wear it with a red cashmere.’ Coat and suit by Originalia in Stroock camel’s hair. Gold-plated jewellry by Monet. Sweater by Pringle of Scotland.”
Photographed by John Rawlings, Vogue, October 1, 1950

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Donna DeMari | Elite Equestrian Feature | May/June 2019

Donna DeMari featured in the May/June 2019 issue of Elite Equestrian.

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Jeanne Chisholm at the Society of the Four Arts Palm Beach | Quest Magazine May 2017

Jeanne Chisholm photographed at the Society of the Four Arts Palm Beach for the screening of “Harry Benson: Shoot First.”

Helmut Koller Editions Available at Chisholm Gallery

Helmut Koller Editions Available at Chisholm Gallery.

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