by Elizabeth Pochoda
Swiss-born artist Karl Bodmer documented Native life in the early nineteenth century with eyes unclouded by notions of Manifest Destiny
On books: May/June 2021 - A new publication explores a subject rarely addressed by design historians: how was time experienced by Britons in the early modern period?
Openings and Closings: June 9 to June 15 - Check out what's going on this week at museums across the country!
Marriage à la Mode - Design styles from art nouveau to modernism informed the intertwined legacy of Hector and Adeline Guimard
Wandering Eye: “Scissors-Minerva,” a Warhol mystery, and more - What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week
New light: Hidden in Plain Sight - Researchers in Williamsburg identify a building that housed an eighteenth-century school for black children
Openings and Closings: June 2 to June 8 - Check out what's going on at museums at home and abroad!
Curious Objects: Chatting about Museum Health and Georgian Glass - A look at current and upcoming episodes of our podcast
Wandering Eye: A Stitch in Time - What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week
From the Archives: OMG Indeed! - Follow Susan Talbott's journey through a newley renovated Wadsworth five years ago
Curious Objects: English Glass/Chinese Craft - The technique of reverse-painting was introduced to China in the late 1600s by its European trading partners
Openings and Closings: May 26 to June 1 - Check out what's going on this week at museums across the country!
Going Medieval - Cardiff Castle in Wales embodies the Victorian era’s love for the myth and lore of times long past