Furniture & Decorative Arts
by Daniel Kurt Ackermann
The cabriole-legged furniture of Kentucky is the result of the region’s particular environmental, cultural, social, and economic forces, a kind of terroir, made manifest in wood
Beacon of Beauty - Looking at the Statue of Liberty not as a symbol, but as a work of art
Curious objects: Discussing Craft and Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot - A look at current and upcoming episodes of our podcast
Openings and Closings: March 3 to March 9 - Check out what's going on this week at museums across the country!
The Grand Tour and the Global Landscape - How the artistic representations of classical ruins shaped views of all the world
Museum Visit: A Lesson in Folk Art - At a Virginia college, an art collection meant to spark socializing
In Memoriam: Christopher Monkhouse (1947 – 2021) - Friends and colleagues share their thoughts and memories of a beloved scholar and curator
Wandering Eye: Keeping a weather eye open - What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week
Curious Objects: Five Hundred Years of American Craft, with Glenn Adamson - Check out what's new on the podcast this month!
Openings and Closings: February 24 to March 2 - Check out what's going on online and in person at museums across the country!
Cézanne Reconsidered - A pair of recent exhibitions prompts a new look at the eminent French postimpressionist
Object lesson: Decor to Go - A Primer on Campaign Furniture
Wandering Eye:A Look Below the Surface - What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week