How The Magazine Antiques spent Memorial Day weekend in Hudson, New York
The only thing more remarkable than John Bullard’s studio pottery collection is how quickly he became a connoisseur of the field.
Look at some photos from our Sunday tour in the Hudson Valley
A royal residence gets a dazzling touch-up.
Our former editor in chief takes us on a stroll to some of her favorite places in the city.
For the insatiable salonniere Mabel Dodge Luhan, life’s must-haves were animate. The doyenne of modernism and social rival to Gertrude Stein called herself “a collector of people who made a difference.” Photographer Ansel Adams—one of dozens of painters, photographers, writers, scholars, and assorted intellectuals drawn into her orbit in Florence, New York, and Taos in the first half of the …
One might be forgiven for thinking that the opening in 2014 of the stunning Tadao Ando–designed Clark Center at the Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute capped the long-term expansion and renovation of the institution’s bucolic campus in Williamstown, Massachusetts. But the plan actually culminates this spring with the installation of the Clark’s American decorative arts collections on the top floor of the renovated Manton Research Center.
How Ima Hogg brought modern art to Texas.
The man who brought together the furniture and works of art in two Texas homes takes inspiration from several directions.
Can there be more than one Robert Hicks operating out of a cabin called “Labor in Vain” somewhere near Nashville, Tennessee? You might be forgiven for thinking so. The Robert Hicks whose essay appears below is also a best-selling novelist (The Widow of the South, A Separate Country, and the forthcoming The Orphan Mother); a former music publisher and artist manager for a …