Percival D. Griffiths was passionate about collecting English furniture and needlework, forming one of the most important such private collections of its kind ever at Sandridgebury, his country house in Hertfordshire, England…
End notes: Frill Seekers
Did you ever wonder how Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s use of distinctive collars with her judicial robes ever came about?
End notes: A Portrait and a Personal History Revealed
Consulting Editor Eleanor H. Gustafson closes out our September/October 2022 issue
End notes: “One-Frame Movies” in the Met’s American Wing Period Rooms
Eleanor Gustafson wraps up our July/August 2022 issue
End notes: Turning the Tables at MESDA
Wrapping up our May/June 2022 issue
End notes: January/February 2022
At ANTIQUES, Collegiality Forged by J.R. Ewing and Twizzlers
End notes: Encyclopedic Artifacts
What do a lock of Beethoven’s hair, a set design for the musical In the Heights, a rare Manet lithograph, and the earliest money in New York City have in common?
End notes: The Struggle Search Continues
Three of the missing six panels in Jacob Lawrence’s Struggle series make their debut in a new exhibition
Chains of Command
If there was a poster boy for January’s Winter Show in New York, it was surely Maxine Helfman’s George Washington, from her Forefathers series offered by Elle Shushan.