An elegant town house on the island of Saint Croix features an exemplary collection of nineteenth-century West Indies–crafted mahogany furniture
Saving Cradles of the Civil Rights Movement
At about the midway point between Selma and Montgomery, in White Hall, Alabama, a one-story cottage—hardly more than a shack—squats on cinder blocks.
Rokeby: The past is present
In an excerpt from his new book, Life Along the Hudson: The Historic Country Estates of the Livingston Family, Pieter Estersohn examines the rich legacy of one of America’s great houses.
Brooklyn Museum curator Barry Harwood creates his own personal period rooms in an aesthetic movement Shangri-la In the Hudson valley
Talks, Tours, Cocktails, and a Treasure Hunt
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.
Day Trip Scrapbook: Hudson Valley Sunday
Look at some photos from our Sunday tour in the Hudson Valley
A royal residence gets a dazzling touch-up.
A Philadelphia flaneur
Our former editor in chief takes us on a stroll to some of her favorite places in the city.
A tastemaker and her rediscovered treasures
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 …