Your search for "Laura Beach" returned 37 entries.

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Posted 03/19/12

TEFAF, The App

The future of the art fair catalogue has arrived... and it is a TEFAF app for a smart phone.    

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Posted 03/16/12

Seen and Heard at the European Fine Art Fair: TEFAF Day One

The museum doesn't have a shopping list but I hope our collectors do...

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Posted 01/01/12

Hudson River Classics: Edgewater and Richard Hampton Jenrette

Jenrette-who in 1993 established the Classical American Homes Preservation Trust to promote six historic properties between New York and Saint Croix that he restored and opened to the public-even h

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Posted 11/01/11

In the American Grain: Art and Capital at Crystal Bridges

The small town of Bentonville, Arkansas, home to some 35,301 souls in the most recent census, is about to be transformed beyond recognition. Already it enjoys some

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Posted 09/15/11

Living with antiques: No velvet ropes–a collection in New Jersey

Called the last of the Georgians by the architect Robert A. M. Stern, Mott B. Schmidt dared to be unfashionable, stub­bornly designing traditional houses for town and country long after they were in favor.* Schmidt's houses in the American Georgian manner usually relied on a restrained com­bination of red brick, dark shutters, and white

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Posted 08/26/09

Recommended this week

A weekly selection of news, stories, and discoveries from the online world of antiques.

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Posted 07/17/09

Editor's letter, July 2009

Editor's Letter from The Magazine ANTIQUES July 2009 issue.

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PUBLISHED 07/17/09

The Juan José Prada house

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Posted 07/17/09

Living with antiques: The Juan Jose Prada house

July 2009 | Santa Fe is known for its earthy elegance and a carefully tended exoticism. Few people have contributed more visibly to its artistic ambience in recent decades than Nedra Matteucci and her husband, Richard. Photography by Tony Bonanno.

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Posted 07/16/09

Santa Fe

The city’s vibrant art trade began near its historic plaza, where the Museum of New Mexico was founded a century ago. Galleries still circle the old town square and extend from its center along San Francisco Street and Palace Avenue.From the Plaza, it is a fifteen minute walk to Canyon Road. With its dense concentration of shops, roughly eighty at last count, this picturesque thoroughfare is the heart of the city’s gallery scene.

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