For Robert Leath and the new team at the Classical American Homes Preservation Trust more time has truly been a gift.
A Primer on Campaign Furniture
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
What the editors of The Magazine ANTIQUES are looking at this week
An excerpt from a new book describes the genesis of the Preservation Society of Newport County
Understanding the house means understanding the man who created it, the man who at twenty-seven became acting director of the Wadsworth Atheneum and made the country’s oldest public art museum the most talked about arts institution in the country.
In suburban Philadelphia, art and industry are joined in a residence commissioned in 1901
Furnishing the interiors of a historic house should strike a delicate balance
Waddell’s New York City apartment is filled with striking examples of American design from between the wars
Jayne describes what he does as “collage decoration”