Andy Warhol's Pittsburgh

  |  Collecting and researching American art have been avocations o…

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“As seen through the work of women”: The New Hall Art Collection at Cambridge University

  |  Art pilgrims intent on making Cambridge, England, their destin…

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The Seductions of Budapest

  |  It is easy to succumb to the beauty of Budapest, Hungary's cap…

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Bringing back the WAM!

  |  The exhibition of an important collection of folk art at… » More

One Off

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Black dolls

  |  Margo Jefferson | Miniature trains and boats; animals an… » More

George Washington's brush with immortality: The hair relics of a sainted hero

  |  The eighteenth century had no pollsters to assess what v… » More

Disturbers of the Peace

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Gray matters

  |  Recent films, exhibitions, and books re-establish Eileen… » More

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NYG 2013

Gilded Age Cartoonists at the Flagler

  |  November 13, 2015

Often cited as an early influence on the humor of the New Yorker magazine, Puck ran in this country from 1877 to 1918 (it began with a German-language edition). T… » More

A Look at the Life of

  |  December 31, 1969

The once famous career of the musical prodigy Thomas “Blind Tom” Wiggins, born a slave and raised to entertain audiences here and abroad with uncanny feats of mus… » More

End notes: The Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection at Drexel University

  |  October 30, 2015

Little known except to connoisseurs—Amy Finkel calls it “one of Philadelphia’s hidden treasures”—the Robert and Penny Fox Historic Costume Collection at Drexel Un… » More