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On the cover: A selection of late nineteenth- and early twentieth-century English majolica oyster plates. All objects are in the collection of Joan Stacke Graham; photographs by Bruce White.

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Cosmopolitan Craftsman

The story of Tiffany’s erudite and imaginative silver designer of the late nineteenth century, Edward C. Moore

Medill Higgins Harvey and Moira Gallagher

Disruption, Sixteenth-Century Style

How the art of El Greco bent every technical rule of Old Masters painting

James Gardner

Artistic Offices

A photo excerpt from the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s new book on the homes of artists takes us into the studios where they worked

Fjord and Function

The influence of Scandinavian design in America will be examined in a forthcoming exhibition making stops in Milwaukee and Los Angeles

Bobbye Tigerman and Monica Obniski

Paper Tiger

Pablo Picasso had unparalleled virtuosity working with the most mundane of artistic mediums

James Gardner

Ceramics Dynamic

Delightful, delirious, and often downright strange, majolica gets a thorough examination in a forthcoming exhibition and its catalogue

Eve M. Kahn