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Posted 11/12/13

Renaissance music at Écouen, Paris

A lyrical re­pose from the bustle of the Parisian art world 

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Posted 11/06/13

Editor's letter, November/December 2013

Are New Yorkers the most parochial people on the planet? 

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OPINION

Posted 11/05/13

Saint-Gaudens in Washington, D.C.

The magisterial Shaw Memorial at the National Gallery of Art 

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Posted 10/08/13

Clare Leighton’s

The acquisition of the artist's archive by the Yale Center for British Art reveals much about the meticulous research and accomplished execution of these valedictory scenes of working life.     

ARTICLE

Posted 08/20/13

Four Seasons at Shelburne

In August 18 the Shelburne Museum will open its new Pizzagalli Center for Art and Education and embark on a year-round schedule for the first time in its sixty-six-year history     

ARTICLE

Posted 06/18/13

The price of chocolate

A cup and saucer open a window into the complicated history of life at Philipsburg Manor 

ARTICLE

Posted 06/18/13

The Civil War at the Metropolitan Museum of Art

July 1-3, 2013 marks the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg.  

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OPINION

Posted 03/11/13

The hidden face of the Civil War

The images presented here, selected especially for The Magazine Antiques, depict Southerners who fought for the Confederacy. In the large field of American iconography, these photographs are among the most provocative and rare nineteenth-century portraits.

ARTICLE

Posted 03/01/13

Monticello: Original colors and a broader historical context

It "shines alone in this secluded spot."  

NEWS &
OPINION

Posted 11/06/12

Editor's Letter, November/December 2012

Works of art have always been commercial objects, but they are crucially more than that...

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