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.
The artist Annie Traquair Lang begins to emerge from the shadow of her mentor and paramour, William Merritt Chase.
The fifth installment of our web-only column on ceramics and glass.
The library built in the central German city of Weimar in the latter decades of the eighteenth century by Anna Amalia, Duchess of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, is one of the world’s cultural treasures.
In the upcoming episode of our new podcast, Curious Objects, Benjamin Miller interviews Stuart Feld of Hirschl & Adler. The star of the show is a masterfully carved mahogany linen press, but their wide-ranging conversation delves into the crucial role research plays in antiquing, auction trends, and Feld’s own august resume.
An exhibition at the Worcester Art Museum examines Winslow Homer’s puzzling, productive mid-career sojourn in Britain.
We took in opening night at the 54th annual Delaware Antiques Show in Wilmington, presented by the Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library. It’s a spectacular edition of this venerable event, and here are a few highlights:
Benjamin Miller, host of The Magazine ANTIQUES’ podcast Curious Objects, interviewed Michael Pashby of Michael Pashby Antiques about a Windsor chair with interesting history. In this excerpt, Miller and Pashby discuss how the Internet has affected collectors and buyers.
David Esterly carves our past.