A new authoritative biography of artist Florine Stettheimer
On the recently published Lover’s Eyes: Eye Miniatures from the Skier Collection
What effect did 20th century social and cultural developments have on studio jewelry?
A new publication explores a subject rarely addressed by design historians: how was time experienced by Britons in the early modern period?
A biography of the forgotten Hudson River school artist Eliza Pratt Greatorex.
James Gardner retells and retraces the evolution of one of the world’s most complex architectural palimpsests with elegance, economy, and wit.
Nantucket, in cultural memory, will always be the island of whaling. But in spite of Herman Melville’s panegyrics, it was the center of the whaling world for only a brief historical moment.
You’re not a craftsman until you think with the point of your tool,” or so says Sean Sutcliffe, cofounder of the furniture firm Benchmark.
“Almost an hour this side of Albany is the Center of the World,” wrote Frederic Edwin Church (1826– 1900) to his friend sculptor Erastus Dow Palmer. He added: “I own it.” Church, preeminent among the Hudson River school painters, was referring to Olana, his magnificent “Persian” style mansion and the surrounding 250 mountaintop acres of landscape he subtly designed.
A monumental new study of the life and art of cabinetmaker Isaac Vose
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