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One remarkable example with conventionalized blue crab decoration by Mary Williams Butler is perfectly executed with a deep rich crimson color that thinned just enough in firing to clearly convey the complex carving in the clay Fig. One exceptional early landscape is rendered on an upside-down bell-shaped bowl, with imagery arising from a series of colored bands to a ground of deeply saturated indigo holding the roots to trees rising above Fig.
For reference, see Kevin W. That version is a less-satisfying but excellent early effort: a tall cylindrical vase, decorated with narrow tree formations repeating six times. Paul Getty Museum, to October 6. A vivid apocalyptic scene the English romantic artist John Martin is the focus in this single-work exhibition.
Relief sculptures of the ninth to seventh centuries B. With so many reliefs destroyed and looted in the Middle East, these pieces have become precious examples of Assyrian renderings of myth, ritual, war, and life. The beautiful era? Not so beautiful, necessarily, according to the artists of the time. Rather than the obvious and glittering aspects of Parisian life between and , artists like Pierre Bonnard and Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec turned to the details of raw and unfiltered life.
The exuberant styles they, and their contemporaries, developed are on display in this exhibit. In return, they gave her fantastical decorative experiences, the likes of which could be seen nowhere else in the world.
Names that speak for themselves, but with a focus on their contributions to printmaking. In a show that includes the work of artists from across three centuries, the Newport Art Museum takes a look at how we represent children in art. In celebration of the th anniversary of the original Cushing building, the museum is showcasing some of their finest works by the artist in his namesake structure. Rising up in the midst of the Charleston Historic District, what is today the Gibbes Museum of Art was founded in and has inhabited a sumptuous beaux-arts monument, inspired by the works of Andrea Palladio, since It offers an unparalleled selection of period design from the s to the s, and is a destination for international decorators, collectors, and style-conscious private buyers.
The oldest continuously operating international art and antiques fair on the West Coast, the show includes approximately sixty dealers from across the United States and Europe, offering for sale an extraordinary range of fine and decorative arts from around the world. The Philadelphia Furniture Show, October Showcasing exceptional artisan-quality furniture, the show is now in its twenty-fourth year—the longest running exposition of its kind. The PFS continues to set the bar for the finest heirloom handmade furniture and furnishings in the United States.
Holy Roman Emperor and builder of the Habsburg dynasty, Maximilian I — adored pageantry and the trappings of power. He published verse and books about his exploits in love and war, held jousting tournaments, and patronized armor makers with the same gusto with which the aristocrats of another place and era would employ Savile Row tailors.
Featuring more than objects selected from some thirty public and private collections in Europe, the United States, and elsewhere—including weapons, paintings, sculpture, prints, drawings, stained glass, tapestry, and even toys—it is billed as the most comprehensive loan exhibition of European arms and armor in decades. Maximilian ruled with an eye on posterity. Most mortals would regard an exhibition at the Met mounted in their name a sufficient tribute.
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Maximilian—maybe not so much. Girl with Mirror by Walt Kuhn — , Phillips Collection, Washington, DC. Egg Beater No. Americana by Charles Sheeler — , Oil on canvas, 48 by 36 inches.
Abby Aldrich Rockefeller — in a photograph of The modern interior was designed by Donald Deskey and Halpert. Rockefeller Archive Center. Hunger by Ben Shahn — , Tempera on board, 39 by 25 inches. Oil on canvas, 30 by 26 inches. Oil on canvas, 34 by 26 inches. Oil on canvas, 36 by 30 inches. Milwaukee Art Museum, gift of Mrs. South of Scranton by Peter Blume — , Metropolitan Museum of Art, George A.
Liberty weathervane pattern by Henry Leach — for Cushing and White, This piece was acquired from Halpert by Electra Havermeyer Webb. Shelburne Museum, Vermont. Seated Woman by Elie Nadelman — , c. Bishop Barns by Kate Freeman Clark, ca. Oil on canvas.
Newcomb Pottery by Mary Sheerer, Cincinnati Art Museum. Portal Icosohedron by Anthony James, Steel, glass, LED lights. Views of Havana by Reginald Marsh — , — Reginald Marsh in the sunlight at the Benton.
Photograph by Michael Lombardi. One of two exterior eight-sided gas lamps, which still function. Except as noted, photographs are courtesy of Joseph Pell Lombardi. The cast-iron railing surrounding the veranda contains castings of the head of Prince, the white English terrier show dog owned by Joseph H. Stiner — All the house colors, inside and out, are based on paint analysis.
As an in-place archive, the original layers were left intact under the current paint. Photograph by Katherine Lanza. One of the two curving stairways that lead to the veranda, each flanked at the bottom by carved brownstone bases supporting a classical lion on one side and a gas lamp on the other. Fifty-six columns surmounted by capitals cast with native flowers ornament the veranda, which encircles the entire house. The entry hall is one of the most ornate rooms in the house. The ceiling and cove moldings are covered in copper, silver, and aluminum leaf.
The Renaissance revival furnishings include an eight-sided center table, a mirrored hallstand and matching hall chairs with seats that open for the storage of gloves. Rugs here and elsewhere in the house are of wool woven in patterns available in the third quarter of the nineteenth century. Michael Lombardi photograph. The cove molding and center medallion of the dining room are highlighted in bronze leaf. The sideboard is topped by a carved head of an Eastern elk, a local species now extinct the Eastern elk is also seen in light shades, sconces, and the weather vane.
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The nineteenth-century Renaissance revival chairs retain their original leather upholstery. The original wood stove and hood remain the stove has been electrified but can be reversed back to wood-burning. The character of the salon, with its delicate colors, is lighter than that of the rest of the house. It is furnished with a ten-piece parlor set by Newark, New Jersey, furniture maker John Jelliff — Nineteenth-century Hudson River paintings adorn the walls, and other objects in the room also reflect regional themes, such as a contemporary Rip van Winkle sculpture by Richard Masloski — and nineteenth-century sculptural groups by John Rogers — , including Courtship in Sleepy Hollow.
To the left of the staircase to the second floor are eight glass doors that open into a triangular conservatory.