Wildly colored, extravagantly imagined prints of Hindu gods and goddesses aren’t just for worship anymore—they’ve been discovered by Western art collectors. Continue reading
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Featured Work: A silvered bronze and enamel on metal Art Deco clock, 8 day movement. Marked: Observator Watch Co., Swiss made, 1920's.
Gallery #47 - The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center
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Featured Work: Gold and Opal sailfish pin, circa 1950.
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Featured Work: Pair of cloisonne horses, enamel on bronze. China, late 19th/early 20th century.
P.M.Tung Arts, Gallery #61 - The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center
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Boston was America’s first art city, and almost four centuries later, it is still a hub of creativity, art commerce and curatorial clout. Continue reading
Civil War-era photos and paintings come to the Met just in time for the 150th anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg. Continue reading
He became a famous teacher in Germany, but it was in the United States that the artist came into his own as painter. Continue reading
Against all odds, African-American cabinetmaker Thomas Day became an entrepreneur and a tastemaker in antebellum North Carolina. Continue reading
Artist El Anatsui talks to Art & Antiques’ Ted Loos about happy accidents, open-ended works and his current show at the Brooklyn Museum. Continue reading
Fountain pens, classic and contemporary, are making their mark on the market. Continue reading
A showing of works by Italian artist Giosetta Fioroni comes to the Drawing Center in a blaze of silver. Continue reading
A dedicated group of Chinese artists have revitalized the centuries-old tradition of ink-and-brush painting, giving it a distinctly contemporary aesthetic. Continue reading
The essentials of Navajo culture are woven into every textile they made, even though most were intended for the Anglo market. Continue reading