On October 2, 1971, a rifle dating from the American Revolution was stolen from the Valley Forge Historical Society in rural Pennsylvania. Its whereabouts were unknown until last year, when it was rediscovered by New Oxford, PA-based antiques dealer Kelly Kinzle.
The maker of lamps shaped like broken eggs, shattered plates, and orchids, or swarming with plastic insects, died last week.
The industrial revolution saw several new structure types added to the urban lexicon, including ballparks, which are much on our minds at this time of year
Jerry’s Map Exhibition Set 2 is currently on view at Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art in Chicago
The artist’s original painting used in a liquor ad comes up for auction in Chicago
Today, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston unveiled its latest acquisition: a newly rediscovered smaller and earlier version of Eugène Delacroix’s masterpiece Women of Algiers in Their Apartment
Fifty-one years ago, this publication introduced many readers to the Newcomb Pottery in a short article based on what had been learned to that date about the first decades at the New Orleans ceramics enterprise founded in 1895.
Visitors can now enter the museum from Kelly Drive, and peruse a new gift shop, an espresso bar, and education facilities
With the support of a Guggenheim Fellowship, Robert Frank roamed the United States in 1955 and ’56 in a Ford coupe, capturing some 2,800 documentary images on his Leica 35mm camera.
The cover for this issue is fun, charming, and cheerful, and there are very few occasions, in my estimation, on which fun, charm, and cheer are not welcome