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The New York dealer of fine photographs Hans P. Kraus Jr. celebrates his gallery's twenty-fifth anniversary this year with a display of iconic works entitled Silver Anniversary: 25 Photographs, 1835 to 1914, opening today.
A selection of auction highlights from October 5 - 9 including Islamic and Indian art, Oriental and European carpets, and photography.
As part of our recurring series of guest bloggers we are pleased to introduce Joanne Molina, editorial director of The Curated Object—a non-profit media project that promotes fine and decorative arts exhibitions worldwide. We asked Molina to share a "curated" list of current and upcoming exhibitions that aren't to be missed!
A selection of auction highlights from September 26 - October 2 including American Indian art, American paintings, furniture, and sculpture, estates, and European furniture, tapestries, ceramics, and carpets.
Connoisseurship of the vessels produced by the Grueby Faience Company and the Grueby Pottery has been surprisingly slow to develop over the past forty years, during which time collections, exhibitions, and scholarly publications have featured them as exemplars of the American art pottery movement.
A selection of auction highlights from September 14 - 18 including Chinese ceramics and works of art, Japanese and Korean works of art, Southeast Asian and Indian art, South Asian modern and contemporary art, and prints.
Today we've invited Thomas of Art Inconnu—a blog devoted to forgotten and underappreciated artists—to share a selection of modern female painters included on his website.
This fall we are excited about several new publications, among them is Lasting Elegance: English Country Houses 1830-1900 by Michael Hall, which surveys these great houses using the photographic archive of Country Life magazine.
A selection of auction highlights from August 15 - 21 including estate sales, China trade, marine, and sporting art.