Civil War Era SwordsEMERGING SCHOLARS > SUMMER RESEARCH GRANTS by Ruthie Dibble Yale University, History of Art, PhD. Candidate Thanks to the generosity of the Decorative Arts Trust, this summer I conducted crucial fieldwork relating to my dissertation, “’Strike Home to the Minds of...
by William Strollo, Director of Education and Public Relations, Wilton House Museum
A lot can change over a decade. Ten years ago, Wilton House Museum in Richmond’s West End looked like the typical local historic house museum.
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By Christian Roden
Of the many eye-catching objects on display in “Made in the Americas: The New World Discovers Asia,” at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, one that commands particular attention is a large desk and bookcase, completely covered in…
Renovated Cooper-Hewitt Impresses NYC VIP Crowd
In New York City, where the Met, MoMA, Guggenheim, and Whitney garner the lion’s share of museum-related press, the intense buzz about Cooper-Hewitt’s reopening following a lengthy and comprehensive renovation was notable.
The Decorative Arts and Architecture of Southern Maine
FALL SYMPOSIUM 2015
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