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An overview of the major upcoming antiques fairs and auctions held in New York in January 2010.
Organized to celebrate the firm's one hundred years in the United States, Cartier and America explores the history of the house of Cartier from its first great successes as the "king of jewelers and the jeweler to kings" at the end of the nineteenth century through the 1960s and 1970s, when Cartier supplied international celebrities with jewels and luxury accessories, and up to the present.
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 Case for Wine: From King Tut to Today, on view at the Art Institute of Chicago to September 20, traces the history of wine's cultivation and consumption in both religious and secular contexts through a selection of vessels whose origins range from ancient Greece to twentieth-century Chicago.
American impressionism, in particular Connecticut impressionism, is the focus of the current exhibition at the Florence Griswold Museum in Old Lyme, Connecticut, which has recently been promised the major gift of the collection of its trustee Clement C. Moore.
The eminent American sculptor of domestic and feminine subjects, Bessie Potter Vonnoh, is the subject of a retrospective exhibition—long overdue—on view at the Cincinnati Art Museum through September 6.
Recently more than two dozen of the most significant quilts discovered to date by the Massachusetts Quilt Documentation Project went on view at the New England Quilt Museum in Lowell in the exhibition Massachusetts—Our Common Wealth: Quilts from the Massachusetts Quilt Documentation Project, which runs through September 20.
June 2009 | A number of exhibitions being mounted across New York State this year commemorate the enduring legacy of the 1909 Hudson-Fulton Celebration
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.