Walker Evans: early and late

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Philly Eats, High and Low

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A divine passion

  |  Elisabeth Louise Vigée Le Brun was the most sought-after portr…

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Superfluity & Excess: Quaker Philadelphia falls for classical splendor

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Sites along the Schuylkill

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Cajun and Creole, the rough and the fine

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Enlightenment in Black and White

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Getting the blues: Transfer ware translated by three contemporary artists

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OMG Indeed!

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Editor's Letter, May/June 2016

  |  May 16, 2016

Glenn Adamson joins us this month as editor at large with an interesting mandate you can read about below. Glenn was most recently director of the Museum of Arts … » More

The Yale Center for British Art Reopens

  |  May 11, 2016

The Library Court of the Yale Center for British Art, following its recent reinstallation. Photograph by Richard Caspole.     Traditional architecture can age… » More

The Schwarz Gallery

  |  April 1, 2016

by Gregory Cerio The Private Office of George William Childs at the Philadelphia Public Ledger, Philadelphia by George Bacon Wood Jr. (1832–1910), 1877. Oil on… » More