The life and work of Everet Howard, early American silhouette artist.
A new exhibition explores the global career of one of America’s leading landscape painters.
Michelangelo: Divine Draftsman and Designer is a far more ambitious production than its title would ever suggest.
A look at the evolution of the decorative arts collections at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, as it provides the loan exhibition for the 2018 edition of the Winter Antiques Show.
The field of decorative arts reflects the inheritance of patriarchy in ways that are rarely acknowledged.
In the third episode of The Magazine ANTIQUES’ podcast Curious Objects, host Benjamin Miller interviewed Katherine Purcell, principal in the London jewelry firm Wartski. A peerless scholar and an engaging storyteller, Purcell gives us the particulars on a magnificent enameled necklace by René Lalique, the “genius of art nouveau jewelry.”
In the latest episode of our new podcast, Curious Objects, Benjamin Miller interviews Stuart Feld of Hirschl & Adler. In this excerpt, Miller asks Feld about the mistakes he often sees collectors make. The biggest? Bargain-hunting.
Benjamin Miller caught up with Hirschl & Adler Galleries president Stuart Feld in this second episode of The Magazine ANTIQUES’ podcast Curious Objects. In question was a Boston-made neoclassical linen press, which served as entry point into a discussion about provenance and the more general ins-and-outs of antiquing.
How John Sloan used the nude as a vehicle for artistic experimentation and political expression.
On 135th Street in Harlem, one of New York’s most remarkable public art collections can be seen and studied at the Schomburg Center.