Summer 2020 Magazine Articles on Website
The summer 2020 issue of The Magazine of the Decorative Arts Trust has garnered much praise, and the Trust is pleased to offer this benefit to members. At over 40 pages, the issue is one of our longest yet, an accomplishment made more remarkable by the fact that the pandemic-related cancellation of spring events precluded the opportunity to include reviews of recent programs. Magazine contributors rallied, though, and there is plenty of good news in the field!
While the layout of the magazine cannot be matched, the Trust is happy to bring you these “digital” versions of some of the articles via our website:
- Small but Stunning: Portrait Miniatures at the New Orleans Museum of Art
- Shining a Light on Edward F. Caldwell & Co.
- Anti-Slavery Ceramics at Historic Deerfield
- An 18th-Century Parlor Brought to Life: The Artful Restoration of New Hampshire’s Moffatt-Ladd House
- Diving into the Pavilion Collection at Fort Ticonderoga
- Masterpieces of British Design in New Exhibition at Colonial Williamsburg
- The Met Debuts New British Galleries
- Scholarship Recipients Trace the Dutch Golden Age
- Discriminate Doorknobs: The Delineation of Space at The Breakers
- Versailles in Newport: Jules Allard’s Staircase Railing at Marble House
- Emerging Scholars Program Campaign Meets Goal
- Summer Reading Recommendations: Collecting and Collections
The Magazine of the Decorative Arts Trust, mailed twice per year, is one of our most popular member benefits. Read more about Trust membership benefits and levels on our website. The Trust also offers gift memberships for the decorative arts lovers in your life.
About The Decorative Arts Trust Bulletin
Formerly known as the "blog,” the Bulletin features new research and scholarship, travelogues, book reviews, and museum and gallery exhibitions. The Bulletin complements The Magazine of the Decorative Arts Trust, our biannual members publication.