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Special Occasion Gift-Custom Calligraphy-web

Wedding or Special Occasion Gifts, Inscribed in Calligraphy
With names of the Bride and Groom, Wedding Date, House or Farm Name, Millbrook, NY, etc.

Baron Rais d’Eisenberg – Antique Dressage Engravings

View Baron Rais d’Eisenberg’s Artist Page

Baron Rais d’Eisenberg, French (c.1700-1770)
Antique Dressage, 1727
Hand Coloured Copper Engravings
Publication: Description du Manege Moderne (London, 1727)
11 x 7 inches
20 x 16 inches
Matted & Framed

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Please contact Jeanne Chisholm for any further inquiries:
cell: 845.505.1147

The Ode to Linen Collection

CUSTOM WINDOW TREATMENTS: Custom shades and room dividers crafted with inspiration to satisfy your practical and aesthetic taste. The Ode to Linen Collection provides exceptional quality, beauty and value for any residential or commercial project. The Ode to Linen Collection allows light to pass through the sheer fabric, producing an exquisite decorative effect that is unlike any other medium.

The technique is ancient, originally found in Holland, Belgium, Scandinavia and the FarEast.

A Transparency revival took place among European hand weavers in the 1930s, having great appeal as door and window hangings with simple patterns.

By the 1960s, unique new designs became more prominent, as imaginative decorative effects were discovered and devised for transparencies, which also became free-hanging room dividers, wall hangings, and flat window decorations.

Samples are currently on view at Chisholm Gallery, LLC, Three Factory Lane, Pine Plains, NY in Dutchess County. (90 miles north of NYC and in close proximity to Millbrook, Rhinebeck, Red Hook and Millerton, NY and Sharon, Ct)

Please contact Jeanne Chisholm for inquiries and custom design projects of any size. 518.398.1246 or 561.371.1503

Paul Brown, 1937, Derrydale Press

Derrydale Press, 1937

A set of 4 Foxhunting, Hand-Coloured Aquatints on offer from Chisholm Gallery, LLC

Kennel Bound


Pressing Him


Music Ahead


Hoick! Hoick! Hoick!


The Derrydale Press, New York, 1937
Plate size: 17.88 x 21.75 inches
Paper size: 22.88 x 31 inches, with generous margins
Paper: Hand-made with deckle edges

Limited to 250 numbered and signed prints
Uncut and unframed
Mint condition

SET #1  Belonged to Eugene Connett, President, Derrydale Press.

Provenance: The Sporting Gallery and Bookshop, Inc, New York

Even though the set was advertised as being produced in an edition of 250, most collectors and dealers in sporting art believe that there were many fewer actually produced.


View Paul Brown’s Artist Page


Luxury Custom Equestrian & Canine Jewelry, Hand Painted Porcelain, Sculptures, Paintings and Gifts available at The Chisholm Gallery.

The Chisholm Gallery is proud to offer a new gift section currently under construction. Be sure to check back soon for the opening and please visit us often to view new, exciting items that will be available for purchase through our website. Here is a preview of what we are pleased to offer…

Carrie Quade

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Carrie Quade’s lifelong love of art and animals became the focus of her career over thirty years ago. With both a degree in Art Education and years of experience working with horses, veterinarians and zoological parks, Carrie has been able to study behavior and interpret the essence of her subjects. This year her work has been selected for the National Sculpture Society 75th Annual Exhibition, Society of Animal Artist Exhibition and Tour.

She has collaborated of projects for Disney, Pepsi Co. and W.L. Gore. Her public installations include National Geographic Society, Washington, DC; University of Pennsylvania, New Bolton Center; John Gilbert Reese Center, Ohio State University and two works in The Benson Sculpture Garden, Loveland, Co.

Marblehead Bracelet

Marblehead Bracelet

The Marblehead Bracelet, inspired by the cotton Turk’s-head bracelet, is made of thousands of tiny pearls, tightly woven together, and clasped with a fourteen karat gold safety clasp. It took nearly two years to develop and perfect the construction technique for the Marblehead Bracelet.

Marblehead Bracelet clasp

Few places in the world have more sailing tradition than does Marblehead, Massachusetts, the Yachting Capital of America and the birthplace of the American Navy.

The Marblehead Bracelet reflects those traditions in its twelve strands of pearls and Turk’s-head knotting and, it is a tribute to the wonderful people of Marblehead, who were so kind and supportive of the designer, during her many years there.

Andréa Witherwax is the creator of the Marblehead Bracelet.

A Season with the Millbrook Hunt

Kathy Landman
fine art photography


About the Collection

The Millbrook Hunt is one of the most attractive hunts in the United States, and their hunt country is perhaps the most beautiful open land anywhere in the world. Knowing this, and wanting to continue in the manner of artists who have used the Hunt as their subject matter, Kathy Landman spent a year on foot following the hunt. Beginning in the early fall with roading the young hounds, through late winter, when the pack working in concert like a finely tuned orchestra, would raise their voices in full cry, Landman witnessed many moments of beauty and inspiration for this, her first series of prints on the Millbrook Hunt.

Landman’s  artistic process is both photographic and painterly. Kathy combines pictures and drawings into seamless photo realistic images which she prints on her press using archival pigments and Hanemuhle German Etching Paper. Each of the large prints in this series is signed, numbered and embossed and limited to an edition of ten. The complete set of 12 prints is available as a boxed set, or can be ordered individually. Additional images from A Season with the  Millbrook Hunt and A Visit to Millbrook Kennels can be viewed at The Chisholm Gallery in Pine Plains and custom ordered. For pricing and availability, please request a price list via email.















Equestrian Style – Arriving Summer of 2008

Home Design, Couture, and Collections from the Eclectic to the Elegant By Vicky Moon


To be published by Clarkson Potter, July 2008

In this luxurious tour through stylish equestrian-themed interiors, Vicky Moon captures the rich details—from the coveted to the quirky—of the art, architecture, clothing, and people the classic horse motif inspires.

Elegant equestrians in impeccable attire; glorious hunt balls held in museums; a procession of regal foxhunting paintings in a home fit for a polo king and his brood: the world of horses is full of imagery. Extending far beyond the stable, the race track, and the polo field, our love of all things equine appears everywhere from our closets to our dining rooms.

Now, journalist and horse-world fixture Vicky Moon captures the equestrian way of life with an unprecedented peek into several dozen stunning residences. You’ll visit a French-accented mansion decorated with contemporary horse art; an equestrian resort on 395 acres—complete with cottages for owners to rent and a large private collection of carriages; a spa with a swimming pool for horses; and a working barn that Kathryn Ireland decorated to do double duty as a home for a professional horseman, riding instructor, and model whose students included Jackie Kennedy Onassis.

Horse enthusiasts will be delighted to find that familiar names and faces of the horse world grace these luxurious pages, from equestrian art masters of the past such as painter George Stubbs and sculptor Herbert Haseltine to today’s most popular sculptors such as Liza Todd Tivey and Beverly Zimmer. Horse devotees, such as the up-and-coming star Mayan Lopez, show jumper Georgina Bloomberg, and the late Allaire duPont, are profiled with their beloved horses and the collections and fashions that follow their passions. With beautiful photographs, richly detailed stories, and practical advice, Equestrian Style is certain to inspire horse lovers everywhere to bring a stylish bit of the stable into their homes.

A journalist for over twenty years, VICKY MOON has written about Middleburg’s hunt balls, steeplechase races, and parties for Town & Country, Millionaire, Veranda, and Southern Accents, House & Garden. She writes a monthly column for Washington Life magazine and is the author of five books, including The Private Passion of Jackie Kennedy Onassis: Portrait of a Rider and A Sunday Horse: A Year on the Grand Prix Jumping Circuit. She lives in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and Middleburg, Virginia, with her husband, sportswriter Leonard Shapiro, and their son. Her Web site is


Dog Houses to Make Your Dolls Envious

Does your Berner need a Swiss Chalet? The Chisholm Gallery is thrilled to bring you custom dog houses, sized to fit your dog and your personality…

Clients can replicate their own home or build a Swiss chalet for a Bernese Mountain Dog. The sky is the limit for details….bay windows, hardwood or marble floors,

real shingles, brick, wallpaper or air conditioning…..





Dimensions: 6’ w x 5’ h x 4’ d

Starting at $3000.

Plus Shipping

Please allow 6 – 8 weeks for fabrication