Selections from 100 years of Antiques covers: Early fall edition

Martin Minerva Magazine

September 1950: Design by Jack Kling, a student at Parsons School of Design, New York.
October 1972: Avon, Connecticut, in a photograph by Samuel Chamberlain (1895–1975).
September 2001: Still Life with Roemer and Place Setting by Pieter Claesz (1597/1598–1660), 1644.
September/October 2018: Detail of Harden Hollow by Gustave Baumann (1881–1971), 1927, in the New Mexico Museum of Art, Santa Fe.
September 1984: Detail of View of Henry Z. Van Reed’s Farm, Papermill, and Surroundings in Lower-Heidelberg-Township, Berks Co, Pa. by Charles C. Hofmann (c. 1820–1882), 1872.
October 1984: Vermont Statehouse, Montpelier, Vermont, built 1857–1859.
October 1965: Design by Milton H. Glover (1907–1994), making use of an 1864 paper cutout.
September/October 2021: Apple Tree and Grindstone by Julius John Lankes (1884–1960), 1923, in the Dartmouth College Library, Hanover, New Hampshire.
September 1934: “School Days. From an Old Woodcut.”
September 1945: Design by Glover derived from a painted wall in a Connecticut house, probably by Jared Jessup, 1809.
September 1958: Composition by Glover using furniture designs from Chippendale’s Director.
September/October 2020: Detail of a reverse-painted mirror with landscape and birds, Chinese, c. 1765.
September 1995: Detail of Men in Trees, a quarter-plate daguerreotype.
October 1975: Temple, New Hampshire.
October 1926: “Cast-Iron Toy Bank of Fifty Years Ago :: A Humorous Mechanism for Encouraging Juvenile Thrift.”
September 1988: Detail of an olla, 1050–1125, and a seed bowl, 950– 1100, eastern Ancestral Puebloan (Anasazi) district.
October 1942: “Molly Peckerwood” silhouette attributed to William H. Brown (1808–1883).
September 2006: Detail of a Tree of Life embroidery worked by Mary King, Philadelphia, 1754.
October 1947: Design by Glover making use of Pennsylvania German motifs.
September/October 2016: Zapatistas [formerly Mexican Soldiers] by Alfredo Ramos Martínez (1871–1946), in the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
October 2000: Detail of Poppy necklace by René Lalique (1860– 1945), c. 1900–1903, in the Toledo Museum of Art, Ohio.
October 2004: Details of two Fiestaware pitchers designed by Frederick H. Rhead (1880–1942), c. 1936, made by the Homer Laughlin China Company, East Liverpool, Ohio.
October 2005: Selection of bronze hardware, American, c. 1879–1889.
October 2001: Adele Bloch-Bauer I by Gustav Klimt (1862–1918), 1907, in the Neue Galerie, New York.
October 2009: Teapot designed by Marianne Brandt (1893–1983), 1924, made by the Bauhaus Metal Workshop, in the Museum of Modern Art, New York.
October 1993: Detail of Captain Samuel Chandler by Winthrop Chandler (1747–1790), c. 1780.
October 1994: Detail of Harry Howard, Chief Engineer of the New York Volunteer Fire Department, American, c. 1860.
October 1992: Scrimshaw portrait of a Polynesian maiden attributed to George O. Hilliott, American, c. 1850.
September 1986: Detail of The Residence of Thomas Hillborn by Edward Hicks (1780–1849), 1845, in the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum at Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.
September 1999: Detail of Haida mask acquired by Captain Daniel Cross on the west coast of British Columbia and given to the Peabody Essex Museum in 1827.
October 1990: Detail of a bottlecap lion, after 1966, in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington, DC.
September 1989: Black duck decoy by Anthony Elmer Crowell (1862–1952), East Harwich, Massachusetts, c. 1900.
October 1986: Detail of a Chinese export porcelain dinner plate, c. 1825–1840.
October 1935: Cast-iron Indian weathervane.
October 2003: Barn Owl by Robert Havell Jr. (1793–1878), after John James Audubon, 1833, from Audubon’s Birds of America.
September 1985: Detail of the rotunda of the North Carolina State Capitol, Raleigh, built 1840.
September/October 2014: Detail of Quodlibet #1 by David Esterly (1944– 2019), 2012, from the collection of Martha J. Fleischman.
October 1968: Colonial New York seals.
September 2004: Irish dip-molded glass decanters, c. 1790–1815.
September/October 2012: Interior of the Grigson-Didier house in New Orleans.
September/October 2019: Detail of Cats and Dogs by Vera Neumann (1909– 1993), 1963.