Curious Objects: Is it real? A Caravaggio Rediscovered

Benjamin Miller and Michael Diaz-Griffith Curious Objects

If you find an Old Master artwork in your attic, how can you be sure it isn’t fake? This month Ben and Michael consider the case of Judith and Holofernes—a painting attributed to Caravaggio that’s being sold on June 27 by French auctioneer Marc Labarbe—calling expert Eric Turquin and art critic James Gardner to the stand.

Magazine Page – July/August 2020

Subscribe to The Magazine ANTIQUES today! And sign-up for our newsletter! JULY/AUGUST 2020 Editor’s LetterGregory Cerio Critical Thinking/Difficult IssuesJeepers Creepers Glenn Adamson Digital CultureWilliam Blake reprised at the Morgan Library; art in Paris at the Dalí Museum; and selected highlights from the collection at the Shelburne Museum Shop TalkFolk Tales, Favorite Finds: Dealers tell stories of their greatest discoveries, folk art …

Magazine March – May June 2020 – The Magazine Antiques

Subscribe to The Magazine ANTIQUES today! And sign-up for our newsletter! MAY/JUNE 2020 This page will be updated as articles from the current issue are uploaded to our website. Editor’s LetterGregory Cerio Critical Thinking/Difficult IssuesInto the Void Glenn Adamson Current and ComingByrdcliffe arts and crafts colony, African art at the Brooklyn Museum, and needlework at the Museum of International Folk Art …

Magazine March – April 2020

Subscribe to The Magazine ANTIQUES today! And sign-up for our newsletter! This page will be updated as articles from the current issue are uploaded to our website. MARCH/APRIL 2020 Editor’s LetterGregory Cerio Critical Thinking/Difficult IssuesFacing the Past Glenn Adamson Current and ComingThe Dietrich collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Majolica at the Walters, Eileen Gray at Bard Graduate Center, …