Furniture & Decorative Arts

“Conformable to that of the Waters”

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





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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
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LIVING WITH ANTIQUES

Aesthetic Appeal

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BOOKS

The Unexpected Art of Mary Sully

By Elizabeth Pochoda

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EXHIBITIONS

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By Eleanor Jones Harvey

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EXHIBITIONS

Ceramics Dynamic

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ART

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ART

Stories You Can Wear

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LIVING WITH ANTIQUES

A Visit to Kettle’s Yard

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LIVING WITH ANTIQUES

The Payne Limner Revealed

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