by James Gardner
A new exhibition explores the ways that Tudor England absorbed the artistic styles of the Continent and made them its own
Editor’s letter: November/December 2022 - Editor-in-Chief Gregory Cerio introduces our November/December 2022 issue
Curious Objects: The Shakers, Pt. 2: Afterlife - In the second and final part of Curious Objects’ exploration of Shakerism, host Benjamin Miller interrogates the myths that have arisen around this movement in the 150-odd years since its heyday...
Current and coming: Artistic DNA at the Salmagundi Club - All about an exhibition at the Salmagundi Club
End notes: A Portrait and a Personal History Revealed - Consulting Editor Eleanor H. Gustafson closes out our September/October 2022 issue
Yesterday and Today: Art and Design (Part II) - An art historian continues his exploration of the affinities he finds between works of contemporary art and early modern decorative arts
Curious Objects: The Shakers, Pt. 1: Faith and Furniture - In part one of a two-part exploration, Curious Objects host Benjamin Miller considers the Shakers and their material culture in its historical context.
Current and coming: Botticelli heads to Minnesota - An exhibition at the Minneapolis Institute of Art takes a look at the major works of Botticelli
Citizen Biddle - Philadelphia’s Woodmere Art Museum celebrates a native son, the progressive artist George Biddle
Current and coming: True colors at the Met - An exhibition at the Met reveals the vibrant colors of classical Greek and Roman sculpture
Selections from 100 years of Antiques covers: Early fall edition - A selection of ANTIQUES covers from early fall publications
Object lesson: The Art of the Game - Board games have been a part of human socializing since the earliest days of civilization
Sculptor Sui Generis - Literally peerless, Auguste Rodin brought a supremely idiosyncratic sensibility to bear on the making of art