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Man About Town

by Lauren Brincat and Peter Fedoryk

An introduction to artist Edward Lange, entrepreneurial 19th century painter of Long Island townscapes





On books: July/August 2022 - On the acclaimed Ghanaian sculptor El Anatsui
MAN ABOUT TOWN - An introduction to artist Edward Lange, entrepreneurial 19th century painter of Long Island townscapes
Farther afield: Harlequin Romance - In Dresden, a philosophy lesson found in Meissen porcelain figurines
Emil Carlsen at the Salmagundi Club - A showcase for an Impressionist master of still-life and landscape painting
Current and coming: In Dallas, East meets West in jewelry - A new exhibition offers insight into the creative process of Cartier’s designers
Announcing Calder Gardens - A new sculpture park is coming to city center Philadelphia
Current and coming: Resonant journeys at the Mississippi Museum - On an exhibition at the Mississippi Museum of Art
Editor’s letter: July/August 2022 - Editor-in-Chief Gregory Cerio welcomes us to the latest issue of ANTIQUES
In Memoriam: R. Scudder Smith (1935-2022) - The antiques world remembers founder and publisher of Antiques and the Arts Weekly, R. Scudder Smith
End notes: Turning the Tables at MESDA - Wrapping up our May/June 2022 issue
Field trip: Resurrection of a Different Sort - A historic church annex in New York becomes a chic nightspot for photography aficionados
Prairie Pearl - On the Purcell-Cutts House in Minneapolis



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