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Published to coincide with an exhibition of the same title, Endless Forms: Charles Darwin, Natural Science, and the Visual Arts, is the first publication to examine Darwin's influence on the world of visual art—from taxonomical drawing and landscape painting, to 19th-century aesthetic theories and impressionism.
A selection of auction highlights from May 3 - 8 including furniture and decorative arts, 20th century decorative art and design, and Impressionist and modern art.
May 2009 | Invented in ancient Rome, the Campeche chair was a favorite of Thomas Jefferson during the American neoclassical period and still serves as a symbol of political power
A selection of auction highlights from April 24 -May 1 including modern design, Asian art, prints, and auctions in Dubai.
As I headed to Newport, Rhode Island, for the Preservation Society of Newport County's annual symposium (April 27-29)—escaping New York City's record-high temperatures—this year's topic, Great Escapes: Villas Country Places, and Pleasure Pavilions, seemed particularly fitting.
A selection of auction highlights from April 19 - 24 including American deocrative arts, 19th century works of art, jewels, and Russian art.
Yesterday marked the 500th anniversary of Henry VIII's accession to the throne. To mark the occasion, several museums and institutions have organized events and exhibitions to celebrate England's most notorious monarch. Here The Magazine ANTIQUES selects eight great ways to revel in the infamous Tudor king's legacy:
A selection of auction highlights from April 11 - 17 including European furniture and decorative arts, and the Michael Jackson collection.
Medieval splendor at Belgium's Groeningemuseum in Bruges and baroque magnificence at London's Victoria and Albert Museum ebulliently controvert the recession raging outside their doors. Each exhibition exudes the sumptuous confidence of the era that it explores. Nevertheless, beneath their luxurious veneers both offer significant insights into their respective subjects, making them must-see destinations for aficionados of European decorative arts.