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Five Peacocks from Master Enamelist Frank J. Marshall
Artist Frank Marshall pushed the traditional boundaries of enameling technique and arts and crafts design, creating a rich body of work around 1900.
Openings and Closings: September 30 to October 6
Check out what’s going on this week online an in person at museums around the US!
Tiffany church windows at the Driehaus Museum
Chicago was very good to Louis Comfort Tiffany and the artist-designers who passed through his studio
This week’s top lots
What: Pair of chairs, late 19th centuryWhere: Rago Arts (December 5, Estate Sale) Estimate: $500-700 Sold For: $390,400 This pair of American Aesthetic Movement chairs, which were inherited by the daughter-in-law of a Philadelphia-area couple and reportedly stored in a boiler room for forty years, are believed to be the work of Louis Comfort Tiffany or an associated firm. What: …
Great Estates: The Richard H. Driehaus Museum in Chicago
In our current May issue “The Scene” takes readers to the antiques shops and vintage dealers of Chicago where mid-century design and the Prairie School reign. Although the city is known for its progressive architecture, it is refreshing to find there a historic house that fully embraces its Gilded Age opulence, and the Richard H. Driehaus Museum does just that. …
Tiffany window in Pittsfield church illuminates White House commission
On the Tiffany Allen Memorial Window
Red, white, and Tiffany blue
Generations and regenerations of White House decor