The Magazine ANTIQUES Guide to Hudson, New York

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Warren Street shops and galleries 1. 3FortySeven 347 Warren Street 518-391-3165 Repurposed industrial salvage, midcentury furnishings, far-flung exotica. Thursday 12-6, Friday-Saturday 12-7, Sunday 12-6 3fortyseven.com 2. 510 Warren Street Gallery 510 Warren Street 518-822-0510 Friday-Saturday 12-6, Sunday 12-5 510warrenstreetgallery.com 3. A Collector’s Eye 511 Warren Street 518-671-6130 Specializing in collectibles from 1895 through the 1960’s, including items from design periods of …

The price of chocolate

Editorial Staff Furniture & Decorative Arts

From The Magazine ANTIQUES, January/February 2012. | A pretty little porcelain cup and saucer, delicate and sweet. In nearly every historic house museum in the United States, a handsome antique tea or chocolate set ornaments a parlor tabletop. This ritual display speaks of polite society, hospitality, and good cheer. But at one historic site, Philipsburg Manor, a chocolate cup and …

Painters of the Hudson River school

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By FREDERICK A. SWEET; from The Magazine ANTIQUES, March 1945. Toward the end of the nineteenth century America’s art collectors were captivated by French taste and filled their gilt drawing rooms with salon figure pieces and bucolic scenes by members of the Barbizon school. Our own painters such as George Inness and Homer Martin, had to follow French trends, in order to …

Great Estates: Frederic Church’s Olana in Hudson, New York

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Our upcoming June issue features a number of exhibitions and events that mark the 100th anniversary of the Hudson-Fulton Celebration (and the 400th anniversary of Henry Hudson voyage up the eponymous river). Among them is a new exhibition at Olana, the estate of landscape painter Frederic Edwin Church, Glories of the Hudson: Frederic Edwin Church’s Views from Olana, which was …