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A "Wild, Unsettled Country": Early Reflections of the Adirondacks, which opened last week, includes a selection of paintings, maps, prints, and photographs that illustrate the untamed Adirondack wilderness discovered by artists, photographers, and cartographers who visited the area in the nineteenth century.
A selection of auction highlights from May 15 - 22 including American and European art, modern and contemporary art, and decortaive arts.
Interior decorator and style blogger Nick Olsen finds inspiration from antiques. This week: a Victorian-era three-piece silver service by Frederick Elkington in the Homeric style.
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.