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Posted 08/20/14

Farther afield: Highclere Castle: The real Downton Abbey

The staggering luxury of Downton Abbey's turreted house and lush grounds have mesmerized audiences as much as any of the adventures of the Crawley family and their staff

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Posted 08/12/14

A Fruitful Exchange

The emergence of Native American floral beadwork, one of the rare benefits of contact with Euro-Americans, is displayed at the Autry National Center, where contemporary examples indicate the tradition's rich survival 

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Posted 08/12/14

Flagrant Delights

Within a larger collection of folk art, a group of erotica raises seldom-addressed questions about vernacular expressions of physical joy

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Posted 08/12/14

Smelling the flowers: A closer look at permanent collections

Castiglione and Le Brun: Two additions to the Old Masters collection at the Met

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Posted 07/30/14

Current and coming: Books at the Morgan

The treasures of Carter Burden's library are currently on display in Gatsby to Garp: Modern Masterpieces from the Carter Burden Collection at the Morgan Library and Museum

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Posted 07/30/14

Farther afield: Philosophy in the museum

In a refreshing new twist on how to bring new life to long-revered art and objects both the Staatliche Kunstsammlungen in Dresden and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam have invited philosophers to play the role of curator

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Posted 07/28/14

New collector: Spratling silver

A closer look at the stylish, highly imaginative oeuvre of the designer William Spratling, whose work earned him the sobriquet "Father of Contemporary Mexican Silver"

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Posted 07/28/14

End notes: Summer of art

Do you remember the game License Plates, when vacation travel meant keeping your eyes peeled for car tags from as many states as possible? Well, this summer you can play Art Everywhere, looking for masterpieces of American art scattered across the American landscape

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Posted 07/21/14

House of the spirits

Several centuries of regional art and architecture come together in Santa Fe's Roque Lobato house 

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Posted 07/21/14

Breaking ground: British folk art at the Tate

A millennium overdue, the first ever exhibition of British folk art arrives at Tate Britain 

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