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By Alison Brown

The Glasgow tearoom designs of Charles Rennie Mackintosh for tearoom entrepreneur Miss Catherine Cranston

Prabhakar Barwe Grey Art Gallery, New York University Art Collection, gift of Abby Weed Grey Worldly visions at NYU’s Grey Gallery - Modernisms: Iranian, Turkish, and Indian Highlights from NYU’s Abby Weed Grey Collection, an exhibition on view at the Grey Gallery through December 7
Celebrating the happy art of Vera Neumann - For many women with a chic and sporty fashion sensibility, a Vera Neumann silk scarf—or a dozen of them—has long been a wardrobe essential.
An Extraordinary Map of an Imaginary World - Jerry's Map Exhibition Set 2 is currently on view at Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art in Chicago
Openings & Closings: Exhibitions, Shows, Fairs 10/15/19–10/21/19 - See what's going on this week in the art and antiques world
The Green Jewel - Most of New York City’s Victorian heritage has vanished so thoroughly that few of the locals have any idea that it ever existed.
Thomas Hart Benton on the Block - The artist’s original painting used in a liquor ad comes up for auction in Chicago
Nevertheless, she persisted: Commemorating the Nineteenth Amendment - On August 18, 1920, the Nineteenth Amendment to the US Constitution was ratified, granting women the right to vote in political elections. The road to suffrage had been a long one.
When Edith Met Abby - When Edith Gregor Halpert opened a gallery in Greenwich Village in 1926, the art world was a different place.
Openings & Closings: Exhibitions, Shows, Fairs 10/7/19–10/14/19 - See what's going on this week in the art and antiques world
Crazy Eight - Second Empire France—ruled by Napoleon III from 1852 to 1870—bequeathed a varied and colorful legacy, especially in matters of architecture.
Capture the Flag - We hadn’t heard much about Betsy Ross for—oh, about forty years or so. At the time of the Bicentennial, she was the most famous woman in American history, a figurative mother of the country who “gave birth to our collective symbol.”
A rediscovered Delacroix debuts in Houston - Today, the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston unveiled its latest acquisition: a newly rediscovered smaller and earlier version of Eugène Delacroix’s masterpiece Women of Algiers in Their Apartment


Shadows and scissors

By Suzanne Rudnick Payne, Michael R. Payne, and Peggy McClard


Re-examining Thomas Cole

By Elizabeth Mankin Kornhauser


Trim and ends

By John Whitenight


Boston baroque

By Alexandra Alevizatos Kirtley and Robert F. Trent


Breaking new ground

By Elizabeth Pochoda


The world of Bill Traylor

By Leslie Umberger


Ornaments in the landscape

By Carol Long

The San Francisco Fall Show
October 3 – 6

The oldest continuously operating international art and antiques show on the West Coast. The Show features approximately sixty dealers from across the United States and Europe, offering an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts from around the world.


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