by Thomas Connors
Every town has its emblematic landmarks. And for the walker in the city—native or newcomer—these are not always the biggest buildings, or the most historic byways
Current and coming: Exceptional Impressions at the Dixon Gallery - A newly opened traveling exhibition demonstrates that American impressionists developed a style that was entirely their own.
Current and coming: Over the Moon for Blakelock in Iowa - The ethereal landscapes of Ralph Albert Blakelock are once again on view, this time at the Figge Art Museum in Davenport, Iowa
Wandering Eye: Queen Mary, Marge, Morgan and… the Mets? - What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week
Openings and Closings: April 7 to April 13 - Take a look at what's going on this week at museums across the country!
City Smitten - Wood engraver Rudolph Ruzicka was one of the great illustrators of American urban vistas—and Boston was a favorite
Quaker Hautes – A review of the new catalogue: American Furniture, 1650–1840: Highlights from the Philadelphia Museum of Art - Kenny discusses the arrival of an engaging and beautifully made book by Alexandra Kirtley
Wandering Eye:Eye on the Ball - What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week
Curious Objects: Corot’s Impressionist Lunchbox - Only nine times in his seventy-eight years did Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot paint on anything other than canvas, paper, and panel
Openings and Closings: March 31 to April 6 - Check out what's going on this week at museums across the country!
Current and coming: Two Titans at the Barnes Foundation - An exhibition at the Barnes Foundation unites the work of Soutine and de Kooning
Personal space: A Teenager Talks about Art Appreciation - A Teenager Talks about Art Appreciation: Insight on creating inspiring compositions that command attention
Wandering Eye: A Voyeuristic Eye at the Soda Shoppe - What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week