Gallery and Emporium

Horse-theme artifacts make interesting decor | Palm Beach Daily News, Oct. 16th 2015

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The Chisholm Gallery in Wellington, operated by a collector herself, Jeanne Chisholm, serves as a ready source of horse-theme artifacts, including bronze sculptures of horses, polo players and jockeys. You’ll find a plethora of memorabilia that’s perfect to hang in a polo beach library, hunt room or study.

Horse-theme artifacts make interesting decor | Palm Beach Daily News, Oct. 16th 2015

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The Chisholm Gallery in Wellington, operated by a collector herself, Jeanne Chisholm, serves as a ready source of horse-theme artifacts, including bronze sculptures of horses, polo players and jockeys. You’ll find a plethora of memorabilia that’s perfect to hang in a polo beach library, hunt room or study.

Chisholm Gallery Testimonial by Ambassador Frederick Vreeland

Jeanne Chisholm, and her art gallery, have been the most impressive and supportive assets to my wife, Vanessa Somers Vreeland, in the four or five years in which Jeanne has been her agent and US sales representative.

Their relationship started three decades ago as a pure, disinterested friendship between two very mature and intellectually advanced women, who discovered they had the same level of excitement and energy regarding the fine arts. Vanessa had already settled on designing and personally creating art works in the ancient medium of mosaics. Jeanne was specializing in paintings and drawings primarily related to the many facets of the horse world. So Vanessa was very pleasantly surprised when Jeanne eventually volunteered to help her in the US art market.

And both she and I were even more impressed by the truly professional manner in which Jeanne rapidly spread the word about Vanessa’s Mosaics, particularly in the high-end niche where they both agreed would be the greatest interest in this virtually unknown art. Unfortunately the mosaic medium has largely been relegated dismissively to the “decorative arts” by the gallery-and-critic circles which dominate in America, despite the fact that much of what they currently feature is far from the classic realms of painting and sculpture. (Their reasoning is that most contemporary mosaics are made by artisans slavishly copying the ancient or religious originals – never true of Vanessa’s.)

Jeanne’s communication skills are astounding. She has starred in getting through to, maintaining a dialogue with, and ultimately charming potential buyers, museum directors, owners of other galleries and key people in the world of press and publicity. In addition to tireless personal correspondence, she uses the social media and ultimately her personal allure in pursuit of buyers and exhibitors for Vanessa’s art works.

Jeanne Chisholm is not just an art gallery owner and sales agent, but a person who puts her whole heart, her colossal energy and her intellectual acumen into representing the artists she chooses to promote.

Ambassador Frederick Vreeland
Rome, Italy
July 11, 2015

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Polo Illustrations by Paul Desmond Brown | Polo+10

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Paul Desmond Brown, American, 1893-1958, is widely regarded as the pre-eminent American illustrator of equestrian subjects although he was never formally trained as an artist.

Chisholm Gallery, LLC has & represents the largest collection of Paul Desmond Brown work in the world.

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Robyn Ryan – Rolling Horse Bronzes

Robyn Ryan
Rolling Horse
Bronze
Edition of 20
6 x 18 x 10 inches

Major Jonathan Routh Exhibition Coming Soon this Fall


Jonathan Routh, British (1927-2008)
Queen Victoria attends a Dwarf Tossing Evening in Old Palm Beach
Acrylic on board
15 x 17.5 inches
Signed & Inscribed

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Christopher Ross – Luxurious Buckles

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Mary Bridgman – Elite Equestrian Featured Artist

Mary Bridgman, Featured Artist Spread in the new Elite Equestrian

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Nicholas Vreeland | Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens Film Screening, April 2015

Nicholas Vreeland with a Photographic Exhibition Return to the Roof of the World, at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens.

April 8th – May 31st, 2015

In conjunction, there will be a screening of the critically acclaimed documentary Monk with a Camera, The Life and Journey of Nicholas Vreeland, premiering at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens.

April 21st, 7:30 pm

Please RSVP: 561.832.5328
Visit: ANSG.org to find out more details

~ Courtesy of Chisholm Gallery ~

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Visit the website for the Monk with a Camera Documentary

Tang Dynasty Polo Players

Please contact Jeanne Chisholm for more info and pricing:
Gallery: 561.557.3747
Mobile: 845.505.1147
info@chisholmgallery.com

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This set of two polo players is from the Tang Dynasty, c. 618-907 AD. The players each measure about 8.5 inches high, and the horses are about 12 inches long. There is original polychrome remaining and they are both in excellent condition. They come with Thermoluminescence Reports from Oxford dated in 2002.

 

This set of six polo players is from the Tang Dynasty, c. 618-907 AD. The players each measure about 7 inches high, and the horses are about 9 inches long. They were purchased at the Antique Center in Bath, England in 1984. There is polychrome remaining on all of them and they are in excellent condition.

Please contact Jeanne Chisholm for more info and pricing:
Gallery: 561.557.3747
Mobile: 845.505.1147
info@chisholmgallery.com

View Tang Dynasty Polo Players’ Artist Page