How the art of El Greco bent every technical rule of Old Masters painting
Scholar, curator, writer, teacher, collector, and preeminent historian of American art
The idealism that sparked the arts and crafts movement born in the late nineteenth century prompted many utopian attempts at communal living and making.
You might say that this story begins with a canary-yellow jug.
We’ve been here before . . . sort of. A century ago, from 1918 to 1919, an influenza pandemic swept across the globe.
The story of Tiffany’s erudite and imaginative silver designer of
the late nineteenth century, Edward C. Moore
The story of Montgeoffroy is bound up with the individual for whom it was built: Louis Georges Érasme, marquis de Contades.
For weeks now, the staff of The Magazine ANTIQUES has been sheltering in place, in the now-familiar phrase.
Margize Howell and Peter Kenny have both retired as co-presidents of the trust, a post they shared since 2015
A former collaborator of architect Peter Pennoyer, Tulis makes work that’s in dialogue with the past “not just artistically, but spiritually and mystically”