Posted 05/01/10

One House Two Worlds

Scholarship, connoisseurship, and comfort characterize the fine eighteenth-century furniture and mid-century modern classics that occupy separate realms in this Maryland town house.

Posted 05/01/10

Saarinen Womb Chair

Saarinen’s Womb chair and the mainstreaming of American modernism.

Posted 05/01/10

The Moores

As collectors and scholars Roddy and Sally Moore show as much depth as they do passion

Posted 04/04/10

Furniture at Boscobel

Since reopening to the public in 1977, Boscobel has been synonymous with the display of the finest Federal furniture made in New York before 1820. This ambitious and elegant country mansion was built along the Hudson River in Montrose, New York, between 1804 and 1808.

Posted 04/01/10

Shearer Loyalism and Heritage

Thirty years of genealogical research have turned up scant documentary information about the elusive joiner John Shearer, so the fifty-two surviving pieces of furniture signed by or attributed to him are left to tell his story.

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