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A London folk art dealer reflects on the inspiration he has drawn from the home of a scholar and art collector in Cambridge, England.
See what’s happening at museums around the world online and in person this week!
They called her the “sculptor of horrors.”
Artist Frank Marshall pushed the traditional boundaries of enameling technique and arts and crafts design, creating a rich body of work around 1900.
Check out what’s going on this week online an in person at museums around the US!
Celebrating a Venetian Institution, Caffè Florian at 300.
The Getty Museum has decided to publish a book Off the Walls to be released in the US on September 22.
How curators interpret figural ceramics from long ago—or, indeed, walls full of portrait paintings—may seem of modest importance, compared to the seismic shifts in public consciousness that have occurred this year. But it’s of such building blocks that a new, egalitarian edifice will be built. It’s a project we will all need to work on, together.
Faithful readers will know that The Magazine ANTIQUES has a special affection for the small city of Hudson in upstate New York.