In 1962, Harvey Probber moved his family from Manhattan to  Eastcliff, a Gothic Revival home in Rye, New York designed by Hobart Upjohn and built in 1925. Probber created a harmonious world there demonstrating that art, furniture, decorative objects and architecture are linked across time and culture.

On April 22nd, Wright presents Harvey Probber: The Eastcliff Residence at auction. Comprised of more than 60 lots—his own designs, works by those he represented, and artworks he collected—the auction captures the sophistication and modernity of Harvey Probber's vision.

Harvey Probber was featured in Interior Design magazine in May 1979; here he is photographed in his New York showroom. Image via the Harvey Probber Archive.

Living with Art & Design

The Harvey Probber showroom featuring Probber furniture designs and painting, The Forest by Helen Gerardia.
Image courtesy of the Harvey Probber Archive.

Harvey Probber: The Eastcliff Residence

Live Auction
22 April 2021
10 am central

Preview by appointment
15 – 22 April 2021

Additional Information
312 563 0020