A Primer on Campaign Furniture
The cabriole-legged furniture of
Kentucky is the result of the region’s particular environmental, cultural, social, and economic forces, a kind of terroir, made manifest in wood
Exhibitors preparing for the Winter Show’s first-ever virtual event reflect on their past years at the fair or highlight one exceptional object available this January
Specialists from auction houses around the country tell us about choice lots in their upcoming sales
A neuroscientist ponders the collecting impulse.
To many, the Alberses were the embodiment of forward-thinking modernity. And yet, to a surprising degree, they were inspired by ancient art.
Over the past ten years Wade Lege has rescued some of the disappearing landmarks of his native Louisiana
How a London gallery promotes a dialogue between historical and contemporary art
“My husband said the house screamed for antique furniture–but I have a hard time with sameness.”
By the middle of the eighteenth century the “greene Country Towne” founded by William Penn in 1682 was bustling with commercial and social activity