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Posted 03/25/09

Documentary glimpse at Eileen Gray

As part of women's history month, the Metropolitan Museum of Art is showing the documentary, Eileen Gray - Invitation to a Voyage (2006), tomorrow (March 26, 2 pm). Directed by Jörg Bundshul, Invitation to a Voyage was included last year in the 26th Montreal International Festival of Films (FIFA) series on art. In the film, Bundshul gives a profile of the iconic twentieth century designer, and an exclusive peek inside Gray's infamous home, E.1027, which has been made available to the Magazine ANTIQUES in this short clip. 

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Posted 03/13/09

Asia Week in New York City, a to-do list

With the cancellation of the Haughtons' International Asian Art Fair this year, the Magazine ANTIQUES has assembled a list of alternative events and opportunities for enjoying Asian art and culture in New York this week.

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Posted 03/12/09

Maison Gerard at 35

Dealers, decorators, and clients came out in full force last night to raise a glass in celebration of Maison Gerard's thirty-fifth anniversary.

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Posted 02/13/09

A Reason to Love Antiques

For those seeking a more unusual gift this Valentine's Day, the small booklet The Heart of the Matter: Sentimental Works on Paper by Nineteenth-Century Americans, recently published by dealers David A. Schorsch and Eileen M. Smiles, presents some expressive alternatives, and they are all available for purchase.

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Posted 02/03/09

The New Americana

For this year's American Antiques Show, the Magazine ANTIQUES presented "The New Americana" a room styled by artist and designer Judith Van Amringe.

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Posted 07/01/01

Reverie on a pair of Japanese screens

Attempts to describe the rich fabric of human circumstances framed amidst the natural forces of a landscape lie at the heart of landscape painting in Japan. And the appropriate encapsulation of such a singular event and its human consequences enables that event to stand for something considerably more potent than the mere event itself. 

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Posted 04/01/92

Parisian jewelry and American patrons, real and fictional

By SHIRLEY BURY; from The Magazine ANTIQUES, April 1992.

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Posted 06/01/87

The jewelry of René Lalique

By GEOFFREY C. MUNN; from The Magazine ANTIQUES, June 1987.

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Posted 05/01/66

George IV and the arts of France

By Geoffrey de Bellaigue, Deputy surveyor of the Queen's Works of Art; originally published by The Magazine ANTIQUES in May 1966.    

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Posted 05/01/47

SARAH GOODRIDGE

By AGNES M. DODS; from The Magazine ANTIQUES, May 1947.

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