Treasures from Chatsworth: The Exhibition

Now Open: 'Treasures from Chatsworth: The Exhibition' Debuts at Sotheby’s New York

New York
Months in the making, Treasures from Chatsworth , a dazzling multi-sensory exhibition experience, is now open at Sotheby’s New York. Below, listen to the Duke of Devonshire introduce the collection and take a photographic tour of the spectacular exhibition.

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Listen: The Duke introduces the vast Devonshire Collection, including the Devonshire Tiara

F eaturing 43 works from the celebrated Devonshire Collection – ranging from historic objects like family jewels and coronation gowns to works by artists such as Canaletto and Freud – the artworks on view represent 500 years of collecting by one of England’s most respected noble families. The treasures have travelled to New York from Chatsworth, located in England’s Peak District, and many have never before been exhibited outside of England. Treasures from Chatsworth, brought to life by award-winning Broadway designer David Korins, is the must-see show of the summer.

Explore: A photographic tour of the exhibition

As you enter the exhibition, the Devonshire Tiara is centerstage.
Pippin Drysdale's Evensong from the Devil's Marbles Series with paintings by Lucian Freud and furniture with Joseph Walsh in the background.

Felicity Aylieff's monumental porcelain vase, Chasing Red.
Family portraits from the past and present by Thomas Gainsborough, John Singer Sargent and Michael Craig Martin.

Two views of Venice by Canaletto.
A pair of regency armchairs from the Library at Chatsworth and a George III music stand.
Raffaelle Monti's A Veiled Vestal Virgin , the Devonshire Parure and paintings by Rembrandt van Rijn, Valentin de Boulogne and Sir Anthony van Dyck.

State livery worn by the footman to the 8th Duke of Devonshire in about 1900 and a day suit and mantle of the Order of the Garter worn by the 11th Duke of Devonshire.

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