A passion for gadrooning and elaborately carved dolphins, lions, paws, and claws has led Betty Jo and Jerold Krouse to form a spirited collection of eighteenth-century masterworks and masterpieces in Natchez, Mississippi
The pairing of Victorian photographs with Pre-Raphaelite paintings at the National Gallery of Art puts their natural affinities on view.
An exceptionally rare survivor of pre-Revolutionary French style, the château de Montgeoffroy remains much as it was in the 1770s, right down to the tables, chairs, and copper pots—gracious, comfortable, and mad for chintz.
Nancy Berliner’s role as a consultant to the Palace Museum and the World Monuments Fund opened the door to an extraordinary traveling exhibition debuting at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts. She offers a microcosm of its treasures here.