House of the spirits

  |  Several centuries of regional art and architecture come togeth…

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Crossing borders, ignoring boundaries

  |  Three contemporary American artists offer their views on the i…

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Harmonic inventions

  |  Cedar House brings together art and nature, East and West, ref…

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Touching nature

  |  Like British poets, British artists have long been inspi… » More

Visions and revisions of Paris

  |  The photographs of Charles Marville were equal to the ta… » More

Late bloomers: The Purple Foliage Workshop

  |  The second quarter of the eighteenth cen­tury is thought… » More

Audubon's birds, Audubon's words

  |  It was not his first language, but Audubon's English del… » More

Glackens and Whistler: A young man's attraction

  |  Glackens's early emulation of Whistler's subject matter … » More

By special invitation only

  |  Exquisite vintage lithographs from the golden age of New… » More

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NYG 2013

Editor's letter, July/August 2014

  |  July 15, 2014

Here is a curious turn of events: British folk art, although obviously many centuries old, is just this summer receiv­ing its first ever museum exhibition. Robert… » More

The PRB at the MMA

  |  July 1, 2014

Five Metropolitan Museum of Art curatorial departments comprising European paintings, drawings and prints, photographs, European decorative arts, and the Watson L… » More

Then and Now: A museum’s museum

  |  June 12, 2014

One of my earliest memories is from half a century ago and relates to something that I saw, and that astonished me, in the darkened halls of the American Museum o… » More