Articles

Posted 02/03/09

The real Menil

September 2008 | On the one hundredth anniversary of her birth, Dominique de Menil’s Houston house testifies to the sure instincts of a consummate collector.

Posted 02/03/09

Gilbert Rohde: The man who saved Herman Miller

December 2008 | Gilbert Rohde was the most prescient, innovative, and elegant of American modernists.

Posted 02/02/09

Not for sale: An exquisitely made collection of miniature furniture

December 2009 | A collection of miniature furniture that was bought, sold, and bought again by a Connecticut antiques dealer takes up permanent residence.

Posted 02/02/09

Palladio Minimus: A Georgian dollhouse and the 18th century miniature world

December 2008 | A Georgian dollhouse and the eighteenth-century miniature world.

Posted 02/02/09

Seymour Joseph Guy: 'Little Master' of American genre painting

November 2009 | Seymour Joseph Guy established a reputation in the United States in the mid-nineteenth century as one of the finest genre painters of children.

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