Painting With Fire (From our Archives)

Bernard N. Jazzar and Harold B. Nelson Art

The story of modern enameling in this country begins in the industrial heartland of the Midwest, amid blazing steel mills, smoky oil refineries, and congested railroad yards.

Eda Lord Dixon rediscovered

Medill Higgins Harvey and Lori Zabar Magazine

In 2014 the American Wing of The Metropolitan Museum of Art received a gift from devoted patron Jacqueline Loewe Fowler of a stunning Arts and Crafts silver and enamel hand mirror by Eda Lord Dixon. At the time, Eda was virtually unknown, even among Arts and Crafts silver scholars, principally because she rarely signed her work.