A pair of reverse-painting-on-glass miniatures offers new insights into the work of early American portrait artist Benjamin Greenleaf
William J. Hill, fondly known to friends and acquaintances alike as Bill, was a sixth-generation Texan and a native of Houston. His city is culturally richer for his lifelong contributions to many institutions, including the Children’s Museum, the Harris County Heritage Society, Project Row Houses, the Menil Collection, and the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston.
Upholstery for an early easy chair
We dropped by this year’s Connecticut Spring Antiques Show in Hartford, presented by the Haddam Historical Society.
Taking Edith Wharton and Ogden Codman Jr.’s The Decoration of Houses as his starting point, in his new book the master decorator displays the many improvisations he has rung from historic models and classical principles
A look at the evolution of the decorative arts collections at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, as it provides the loan exhibition for the 2018 edition of the Winter Antiques Show.
The library built in the central German city of Weimar in the latter decades of the eighteenth century by Anna Amalia, Duchess of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach, is one of the world’s cultural treasures.
We took in opening night at the 54th annual Delaware Antiques Show in Wilmington, presented by the Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library. It’s a spectacular edition of this venerable event, and here are a few highlights:
David Esterly carves our past.
The name Kipling is synonymous with British India in the nineteenth century, but a new exhibition at the Bard Graduate Center Gallery in New York hopes to foster associations beyond Gunga Din, Kim, and Peachey Carnehan.