Magazine March/April 2022


On the cover: Detail of Portrait of Frederick A. Gale by Ammi Phillips (1788–1865), c. 1815. American Folk Art Museum, New York, gift of Lucy and Mike Danziger in honor of Peter Tillou, Jason Busch, and Emelie Gevalt; photograph by Eva Cruz.

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ANTIQUES in the Beginning

Part II: The enterprising editor Alice Winchester
Elizabeth Stillinger

Black Dolls

A new exhibition at the New-York Historical Society prompts an expanded reprise of one of our all-time favorite articles

Margo Jefferson

Selections from 100 Years of ANTIQUES Covers: Early Spring edition

Martin Minerva

A Simple Plan

The Paul Schweikher House outside Chicago stands as a testament to one architect’s mastery of space and material

Thomas Connors

Casting a Cold Eye on Life and Death

The Met surveys the art of Winslow Homer through the lens of conflict

James Gardner

Across 110th Street

A new exhibition examines the life and work of photographer and writer Carl Van Vechten, controversial chronicler of the Harlem Renaissance

Thomas Connors