Kevin D. Murphy brings to life the entire story of the Notre-Dame cathedral, including the fire of April 2019
Object lesson: The Revisionist Prints of William Baillie
How not to copy a Rembrandt.
Dressed for Success
Appreciation for early American miniaturists Mary Way and Betsey Way Champlain
Echoes of the Dance
A monumental nineteenth-century painting of a Native ceremony is the centerpiece for an examination of a still-resonant cross-cultural encounter in California
The Woman Who Was Victory. . .
…and Liberty, Grief, and the Spirit of Life
Faces of the Medici
The Met examines court portraiture in a time of strife for a powerful Italian Renaissance dynasty
Editor’s letter: September/October 2021
Editor-in-chief Gregory Cerio welcomes us to our September/October 2021 issue!
Current and coming: Gran Elegancia in Dallas
While the Museo de Traje is undergoing renovation, some of its collection is with the Meadows Museum
Frost and Friends: “A Coincidence of Taste”
An exhibition explores the artistic circle surrounding poet Robert Frost during his Vermont years
Civilizing the Goths
An exhibition at the Brooklyn Museum examines the artful modern Gothic furniture of the 19th-century New York firm Kimbel and Cabus
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