Getting the blues: Transfer ware translated by three contemporary artists

  |  Y ou can only imagine what the china connoisseur in Edward Lam…

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The Whitney After All

  |  Some things just aren't meant to fit in. The Whitney Museum of…

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What we talk about when we talk about naive art

  |  Late in the 1970s, sailing in the Grenadines, my wife Brigitte…

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New Worlds, New Art

  |  Landscape painting in all the Americas, a touring exhib… » More

Andy Warhol's Pittsburgh

  |  Collecting and researching American art have been avocat… » More

A Rich and Beautiful Sadness

  |  In one of his most famous works, the esteemed art histor… » More

Still Startling, Still Electric

  |  Julia Margaret Cameron was almost twenty-four when Louis… » More

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

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The Seductions of Budapest

  |  It is easy to succumb to the beauty of Budapest, Hungary… » More

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Editor's Letter, January/February 2016

  |  January 14, 2016

We occasionally split the run of an issue of ANTIQUES with one cover for subscribers—an interior from Abbeville, Louisiana, in this case—and another for distribut… » More

End Notes: Happy to be here, our new home near Madison Square Park

  |  February 10, 2016

Last October The Magazine ANTIQUES and our sister publications MODERN and Art in America joined forces with the venerable ARTnews. In November we moved from SoHo,… » More

A Bronx Tale: Exhibitors from the Winter Antiques Show tour East Side House Settlement, the show’s beneficiary

  |  February 10, 2016

  East Side House Settlement (ESHS) Administrative Building, 337 Alexander Avenue,  in the Mott Haven  section of the Bronx, New York. Photographs by Ahron Fos… » More