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EXHIBITIONS

COSMOPOLITAN CRAFTSMAN

Medill Higgins Harvey and Moira Gallagher

The story of Tiffany’s erudite and imaginative silver designer of the late nineteenth century, Edward C. Moore





New Light: Blyth Spirits - More Benjamin Blyth portraits in oils
This Week’s Destinations for Digital Culture: June 3 to June 9 - How to engage with the arts on your phone or laptop
Seventeenth-century French enameled watches in the Walters Art Gallery (From our Archives) - In his book Old Clocks and Watches and their Makers, F. J. Britten notes that “watches with enamel painting before 1640 are exceedingly rare"
Artistic Offices - A photo excerpt from the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s new book on the homes of artists takes us into the studios where they worked
Museum Visit: Parlor Room Talk - In New Orleans, an intact Antebellum decor tells the tales of many lives, free and enslaved
In Houston, Francis Bacon’s last works of art - Nearly 30 years after his death, Bacon’s lessons in nihilism and obsession retain their power to shock
Curious Objects: The Life and Labor of Enslaved Potter Dave Drake, With Ethan Lasser - In this episode of the podcast, Ethan Lasser tells the story of Dave Drake, an enslaved potter at work in Edgefield County.
This Week’s Destinations for Digital Culture: May 27 to June 2 - How to engage with the arts on your phone or laptop
Farther Afield: Tokyo Clothes - An exhibition in London examines the kimono, past and present
Spirit Feel: A New Orleans Collection (From our Archives) - This is a house frequently visited by curators- more than thirty international institutions have borrowed objects from the Davis collection-but newcomers are excused if they double check the address upon arrival
Taking Inventory: A Scholarly Appetizer of Scallops - A taste of the research to be found in the author's forthcoming catalogue of early American furniture at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
African Art in a fresh context - As they are with their collections of Native American art, many museums are rethinking the way they present, describe, and discuss the art of Africa



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Crazy Eight

By Barrymore Laurence Scherer

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EXHIBITIONS

The Glories of Gorham

By Elizabeth A. Williams

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ART

Northern Lights

By Ezra Shales

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Beautiful Desuetude

By Alan Grey Neumann

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ART

The Met Spreads Its Wing

By Elizabeth Pochoda

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Bent Pennies

By Gregory Cerio

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Highland Fling

By Brian Allen





The Philadelphia Show
April 24 – 26

One of the most respected antiques shows in America. The show has a broad focus that includes fine and folk art, English, American and Continental furniture and decorative arts, Americana, Oriental ceramics and rugs, rare books and Native American arts.



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January/February 2020

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November/December 2019

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September/October 2019

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July/August 2019