Emily Dickinson’s butter-colored brick home in Amherst, Massachusetts, began drawing the curious long before her enigmatic poetry appeared in print.
The Los Angeles County Museum of Art has at last unveiled Scandinavian Design and the United States, 1890–1980.
Artist of Iron Samuel Yellin and the Landmark Year 1922 The year 1922 has always seemed magical to me. Gertrude Stein published Geography and Plays; James Joyce issued Ulysses; and T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land appeared. On the European continent, modernist works tested the boundaries of painting. Giorgio de Chirico painted Il figliol prodigo, Paul Klee created Twittering Machine, …
An art historian continues his exploration of the affinities he finds between works of contemporary art and early modern decorative arts
Board games have been a part of human socializing since the earliest days of civilization
Taylor Thistlethwaite believes that antiques and vintage designs give collectors a sense of place, a sense of history, and a sense of belonging
Four generations on, the furniture-making Eilersen family continues to strive for improvement
On the Purcell-Cutts House in Minneapolis
An art historian muses on affinities between works of contemporary and early modern decorative arts
The onetime offices of the French Navy have been transformed into Paris’s newest decorative arts museum