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Posted 10/31/14

Schoolgirl needlework at the Morven Museum

Through March 29, 2015

NEWS &
OPINION

Posted 10/31/14

Children's toys: The New-York Historical Society, 200 years

The growing presence of toys in the United States was in part an outgrowth of the emerging recognition of childhood as a special phase of life, separate from adulthood 

NEWS &
OPINION

Posted 10/30/14

A tale of two sofas

The rare duo by John Henry Belter, now restored and on display at the VMFA, were well suited to their long and glamorous role in Washington's social scene 

ARTICLE

Posted 10/15/14

Palaces regained

Of the many Lobkowicz palaces occupied by the Nazis and seized by the Communists during the past century, four have now been restored and opened to the public 

ARTICLE

Posted 09/08/14

About books

Recent noteworthy publications that are a pleasure to read and a delight to behold

NEWS &
OPINION

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 

ARTICLE

Posted 07/01/14

The PRB at the MMA

The Pre-Raphaelite Legacy: British Art and Design is now open at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

NEWS &
OPINION

Posted 05/20/14

Touching nature

Like British poets, British artists have long been inspired by their native flora and fauna. An exhibition at the Yale Center for British Art displays the many shapes this inspiration has taken and continues to take 

ARTICLE

Posted 05/10/14

Crossing borders, ignoring boundaries

Three contemporary American artists offer their views on the influence of art and art­ists in the American Folk Art Museum's pathbreaking Self-Taught Genius show, now open

ARTICLE

Posted 03/19/14

Seen and Heard

A closer look at TEFAF and beyond

NEWS &
OPINION
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