Selections from 100 years of Antiques covers: Early Spring edition

Martin Minerva Art, Magazine

March 1951: Weathervane design by Milton H. Glover (1907–1994).
March 1995: Detail of mosaic wall panel designed by Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848–1933).
March 1974: John Hart house, Hardin County, Kentucky, in a photograph by Arthur Vitols.
March/April 2021: Detail of Home of the Brave by Consuelo Jimenez Underwood (1949–), 2013.
March/April 2016: The Fairmount Water Works with the Philadelphia Museum of Art in a detail of a photograph by Matt Swern.
March 2008: Detail of Red Cart by Stuart Davis (1892–1964), 1932.
April 1935: Bluebill decoy painted by Joel Barber (1877–1952), Chesapeake Bay area, 1800s.
March/April 2017: Detail of The Joy of Life, designed by Joseph Urban (1872–1933) and painted by Lillian Gaertner (b. 1906), 1927.
March 1971: Southern silver-forms design by Glover.
March 1944: Design from a painted Pennsylvania dower chest.
March 2009: A selection of American studio ceramics from the collection of Philip E. Aarons.
April 1993: Detail of a vase designed by Tiffany and made by Tiffany Glass and Decorating Company, 1893–1896.
March/April 2018: Untitled painting by Ilona Karasz (1896–1981) c. 1920.
April 1938: A Canterbury pilgrim, adapted from the title page of Chaucer’s Caunterbury Tales dilygently and truely corrected and newly printed by Richard Pynson (1526).
April 2004: A selection of fire hats, Philadelphia, 1800s.
April 1957: Umbrella design by Glover.
March 1980: Emma Van Name by Joshua Johnson (c. 1763–1824), c. 1805.
April 1977: Wrought-iron kitchen utensils in a photograph by Cortlandt V. D. Hubbard (1912–2000).
March 2003: Detail of a commode by Jean Henri Riesener, c. 1775–1780, at the Hillwood Museum and Gardens, Washington, DC.
April 1986: Shaker baskets, New Lebanon or Watervliet, New York, 1835–1870.
March/April 2020: Interior View of the Metropolitan Museum of Art when in Fourteenth Street by Frank Waller (1842– 1923), 1881.
March 1993: Gilt-copper American Indian weathervane, c. 1850.
March 1968: Furniture template design by Glover. This page, clockwise from top left:
March 1955: Pisces weathervane design by James J. Boyle, a student at Parsons School of Design.
March 1997: A selection of frames designed or inspired by Stanford White (1853–1906).
March/April 2013: Private James House of the Sixteenth Georgia Cavalry Battalion, Army of Tennessee, with a fighting knife, in a photograph of c. 1861–1862.
March 1924: Pewter guild flagon.
April 1962: Shaker barn and shed, Canaan, New York, photographed by William H. Tague.
April 2009: Portrait of a gentleman by John Wesley Jarvis (1780–1840), c. 1807.
March/April 2019: Fruit knives and melon forks in the Furber service, made by the Gorham Manufacturing Company, Providence, Rhode Island, 1879.
March 1927: Bloomer costume from a lithograph by Sarony and Major, 1851.
March/April 2011: View of the house and garden of John Bartram (1699–1777), Philadelphia.
April 1999: The Swimmer by Yasuo Kuniyoshi (1889–1953).
April 1943: Details from English theatrical prints, 1800s.
April 2007: Chop Suey by Edward Hopper (1882–1967), 1929.
March 1932: Detail of a wallpaper, probably American, 1800–1810.
March/April 2012: Mary Warner and Edeltrude on the Brow of a Hill by Heinrich Kuhn (1866– 1944), c. 1910.
April 1928: Designs printed from wood blocks of c. 1800 from New England.
March 1983: Spring flowers at the Winterthur Museum, Garden, and Library, Delaware.
April 1955: Varieties of the Auricula by John Edwards (1742–1815).