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A show at the Corning Museum of Glass explores the role of glass in early 20th-century Viennese design. Continue reading
Traditional Japanese paintings are an excellent buying opportunity, as well as a portal into a world of timeless grace and beauty. Continue reading
Whether in his collage-based art or in his activities as collector/scholar/curator of ancient artifacts, Tony Berlant is penetrating into hidden levels of meaning. Continue reading
In the period before Ab Ex, the multitalented Manhattanite Charles Green Shaw was a powerful advocate for abstract art in America. Continue reading
This summer, Santa Fe beckons collectors of virtually every kind of art, from ancient American to international contemporary. Continue reading
Revealing the subtle fascination of Renaissance chiaroscuro prints. Continue reading
A current exhibition celebrates the vibrant women artists of America’s South. Continue reading
The Craft & Folk Art Museum’s latest exhibition reveals the ever-deeper vitality and beauty of Japanese bamboo art. Continue reading
In 17th-century Holland, the sea was central to both life and art, inspiring a golden age of marine painting. Continue reading