by Elizabeth Stillinger
On the founding editor of ANTIQUES: Homer Eaton Keyes
Editor’s letter: January/February 2022 - Editor in Chief Gregory Cerio welcomes readers to the newest issue of ANTIQUES
Venice: Through a Glass, and Darkly - An art exhibition in DC explores the desuetude and crystalline rebirth of Venice in the late nineteenth century
ANTIQUES in the Beginning - On the founding editor of ANTIQUES: Homer Eaton Keyes
Object lesson: Blue Plate Special - How spode willow pattern China became an enduring touchstone in decorative arts
Artist profile: Loom as Laboratory - Fiber artist Kay Sekimachi and her wondrous woven experiments
Village People - From a new book, a selection of astonishing and charming photographic portraits of country folk in early twentieth-century Sweden
Women’s Work - A surprising number of the Italian Old Masters were in fact Old Mistresses, as a new exhibition at the Wadsworth Atheneum demonstrates
Current and coming: Finally, Majolica at the BGC - On the long-awaited exhibition at Bard Graduate Center
Connecticut Idyll - How the American impressionist John Henry Twachtman made Fairfield County his own personal Giverny
Curious Objects: The Argument for Silver Tableware - James Boening, director of James Robinson, Inc., and Craig Kent, workshop manager in Sheffield, come on the pod to dish about the vital importance of age-old processes
Openings and Closings: December 8 to December 14 - Check out what's going on this week at museums across the country!
In Memoriam: Peter Tillou - In memory of the late art dealer Peter Tillou.