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InCollect Designer Focus: Dining Rooms; Edwin and Mary Scheier: Mid-Century Modern New Hampshire Artists; Richard Brunton: Folk Artist and Counterfeiter; Magna Carta and Massachusetts; John Singer Sargent, Portraits of Artists and Friends; Jewelers of New York in the Gilded Age; 50 Years of MESDA: A Colorful Past, A Bright Future; In His Own Words: The Discovered Writings of Ira Chaffee Goodell (1800–1877), A Nineteenth-Century American Folk Art Portrait Painter; Examining America’s Artistic Grassroots; Rich and Tasty: Vermont Furniture to 1850; Let’s Vase It! Revisiting Some Once-Popular Flower Containers

Piratenim, The Story of an Extraordinary Historic Ship’s Figurehead; The Artistic Journey of Yasuo Kuniyoshi; From Houdon to Saint-Gaudens: A Private Collection of Nineteenth-Century American Sculpture; Paul Durand-Ruel: Champion of the Impressionists; “Beyond Expectation, Beautiful, Graceful and Superb”: Inlaid Miniature Chests of the Philadelphia Circus, ca. 1793; American Epics: Thomas Hart Benton and Hollywood; A Colorful Folk: Pennsylvania Germans and the Art of Everyday Life; The Glory Days of Ohio Pottery and Glass, 1860‒1945; Contemporary Glass Seen in a New Light; Winterthur Primer Matchsafe Mysteries Illuminated

Historic Hotel: The Surrey Hotel, NYC; Museum Acquisitions: Top Picks of 2014; Drawn with Spirit: Pennsylvania German Fraktur from the Joan and Victor Johnson Collection; American Encounters: The Simple Pleasures of Still Life; The Myth of G. Gustemer and the Recognition of George Gassner; The Artist’s Garden: American Impressionism and the Garden Movement, 1887-1920; Preserving New York: The City’s Historic Landmarks Law Turns Fifty
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