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4 issues of Antiques & Fine Art

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

Red Guide 2007

Author: Frank L. Hohmann III

Contributors: Kirtland Crump, Donald L. Fennimore, Morrison Heckscher, Martha Willoughby, David Wood.

Specs: 376 pages, 500 color ills.

Publisher: Hohmann Holdings LLC, New York

Publication date: September 2009

Description: Groundbreaking publication showcasing approximately 100 of the very finest brass-dial clocks from 1720 through 1785 in private and public collections. Catalogue entries include illustrations of cases, dials, and works. Essay topics include clocks in society, the business of clockmaking, shops, accuracy in timekeeping, stylistic development, and maker biographies.

Surface Collectors: Deep into Water and Wood; William Trost Richards and the Art of the Storm

A Fancy for Color and Design: A Collection of Pennsylvania Folk Art; American Fancy: Exuberance in the Arts, 1790-1840; George Cope: An Artist's Life

Art lovers-in-Residence; Art and Life Along the Mississippi River

Gilbert Stuart in America and England; Art Deco: 1910-1939; Neoclassical Furniture in Western Massachusetts; Artists in America's First National Park; Classical Impulse in American Vernacular Chairs; Plein Air Painting: Art Focus

Beautiful Assets: Art as an Investment: Art Focus; Designer Style; Sargent's "Mrs. Carl Meyer" at Home; Tea Tables and India Backs: Some Chinese Influences in Early Georgian Furniture

The Call of the Coast: Art Colonies of New England; Hudson River Celebrations; The American Wing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Prendergast in Italy: Painting in the Present in the Land of the Past; Lyme in Mind: The Clement C. Moore Collection and the Florence Griswold Museum; Samuel Jordan: Artist, Thief, Villain
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American Stories: Paintings of Everyday Life, 1765-1915; Charles M. Russell: A Retrospective; America's Rome: Artists in the Eternal City, 1800-1900

Dedication to Preservation, One Couple's Mission; William Hunt Diederich: Forging His Noble Beasts; African Americans: Seeing and Seen, 1766-1916

Art Lovers; The Pyramid Club and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts; Interiors of Beacon Hill, Boston

Giverny and Old Lyme: Art Colonies Tous le Deux; Rediscovery of a New England Master: Russell Cheney (1881-1945; Maine's 2008 Folk Art Trail

The Art of the America's Cup; My Father's House: Artist Will Barnet Returns to His New England Roots

New American Collections Galleries: Milwaukee Art Museum; Elie Nadelman: Poised for Posterity; Cézanne and Beyond; Graphic Masters I: Highlights from the Smithsonian American Art Museum

Art Focus: The Ten American Painters; Classical Revival: Classical Furniture Graces a Greek Revival Home; Modern Classicism: The Art of Will Barnet; Samuel Mcintire, Carving an American Style

A Bit of New England in Pennyslvania; Art Focus: American Still Life: Part III Modernist Influences in the 20th Century; If I had €1 Million

Out of Africa; Painterly Controversy, William Merritt Chase and Robert Henri; Art Focus: American Still Life Part 2 The Late Nineteenth Century; Great American Folk Art at the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum Part 1

A Cornucopia of Americana: A Time Capsule with Heart; Investing: Collecting Chinese Export Porcelain; The Portraits of William Merrit Chase

"The Art of It": Lifestyle: The Stellar Folk Art Collection of Jerry and Susan Lauren; The Worlds of Frederic Edwin Church; Artists of the Fourteenth Street School; Fine Art as an Investment: Edward Henry Potthast (1857-1927)

Jasper Francis Cropsey (1832-1900): Fine Art as an Investment; John Marin (1870-1953): Fine Art as an Investment; The Modern West: American Landscapes, 1890-1950; Andrew Wyeth: Helga on Paper

Fine Art as Investment: Martha Walter (1875-1976); Americans "At Home" in Paris' A Spanish Revival in Los Angeles; From Spain to California: The Life and Art of José Deudis-Biada; Art Focus: The Influence of Provincetown on American Art; The Pleasures of Collecting Antique Jewelry from Southeast Asia

Fine Art as an Investment: Daniel Garber (1880-1958); Grant Wood's Studio: Birthplace of American Gothic; If I had $1 Million: A Winter Antiques Show Buying Spree
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Investing in Art: Hugh Henry Breckenridge; American Folk Art in a Classical Setting; The Lure of Antique Frames; The Artist's Vision: Romantic Traditions in Britain

Cézanne and Pissarro; California Landscapes; Striking the Perfect Balance; Investing in Wine: Liquefying Your Assets; John Brewster Jr.: A Deaf Artist in Early America; Newport in New York; Painting Like George

The Rewards of Discipline; George Caleb Bingham and Thomas Hart Benton, Pioneering Art in the Midwest; The Arts and Crafts Movement, Design for the Modern World; Toulouse-Lautrec: Challenging the Myth

The First Rufus Porter Museum; Harmonious Arrangements A Collection of Folk & Contemporary Art; The Archetypal Landscapes of Rockwell Kent; A Neighborhood Through Time: Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, New Hampshire; Painters of New Hampshire's White Mountains: Art Focus; Treasures from Olana: Landscapes by Frederic Edwin Church

Investing in Wine: Birthday Wine; The American Harvest: Art Focus; Americana in Minnesota; In Private Hands: 200 Years of American Painting

American Impressionism in a New York Townhouse; Fine Art as Investment: William Merritt Chase; Fine Art as Investment: Walter Launt Palmer

Museum Acquisitions: Top Picks of 2013; 250 Years of American Painting, Culture, and Cuisine; The Reeves Collection of Ceramics at Washington & Lee University; Robert McGuffin, Philadelphia Cabinetmaker, Part II; Arkansas Arts Center; Ipswich Impressionist Theodore Wendel; The Material World of the Early South; Folk Art: Painter of the Almond-Shaped Eyes; The Peabody Essex Museum

Historic Dining in Delaware; Havana Modern; In Plain Sight Discovering the Furniture of Nathaniel Gould; Researchers' Delight: The Peabody Essex Museum's Digitization Project; American Encounters: Anglo-AMerican Portraiture in an Era of Revolution; International Styles: Reconfiguring the American Wing at the Baltimore Museum of Art Conversations Around American Gothic; Benton in Black and White: Lithographs by Thomas Hart Benton; Folk Art & American Modernism; Picturing America: Signature Works from The Westmoreland Museum of American Art; Norton Simon and the House of Duveen; Boston's Algonquin Club

Historic Dining in Baltimore; Dipped in History; Make it New: Abstract Painting from The National Gallery of Art, 1950-1975; Painting the People: Alice Neel/Erastus Salisbury Field; George Washington's New Room: An American Vision; Golden Girl: The Reguilding of Saint-Gaudens' Diana; Evaluating the Shared Artistry: Mary Way and Betsy Way Champlain; Is it This Way or That Way? The Carew-Way Connection; American Eagle New Discoveries Concerning the Bold Art of John Haley Bellamy; A Tavern Sign Revealed; William Monroe's Baby Sideboard Model; Chinese Export Wares in An American Collection

Dining in Historic Philadelphia; TEFAR, Maastricht 2014; Grandeur in the White Mountains: Art, Architecture, & Automobiles; All the Raj, Frederic Church, Lockwood De Forest, and the Influence of India at Olana; Modern American Realism The Sara Roby Foundation Collection; Quilts & Color, The Pilgrim/Roy Collection; Historic Deerfield: Art & Life in an Extraordinary New England Town; The Athenaeum of Philadelphia; Faux Fraktur: Too Good to be True; Erik Magnussen, Masterpieces Revealed

Museums by the Numbers 2012 in Review; Aesthetic Era Anew; A New Approach to Furniture The Dr. Susan Weber Gallery at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; Modern Dialect American Paintings from the John and Susan Horseman Collection; The Preservation Society of Newport County

Studio Furniture in Massachusetts The Armory Show at 100; The Sculpture of Daniel Chester French; Silver from Historic Deerfield; The Chazen Museum of Art; New England Hearth Rugs; Maps at Winterthur

Maine Sublime: Frederic Edwin Church's Landscapes of Mount Desert and Mount Katahdin; Winthrop Chandler, the First American Painter of American Landscapes; Spectacular Vernacular; The Golden Age of California Scene Paintings

Kindred Spirits; Finding Edward Hopper's Vermont; Common Destinations: Maps in the American Experience; Modern Nature: Georgia O'Keeffe and Lake George

Long Island Retreat; American Decorative Arts at the World's Fairs; George Bellows

Made in Maine; Rockwell Kent's "Egypt": Shadow and Light in Vermont; Eastman Johnson and His Contemporaries on Nantucket

Pennsylvania in the Heart of Texas; From New York to Corrymore: Robert Henri and Ireland; A Portrait to be Treasured Once Again A Copley Pastel of a Boston Maiden; One Family's Treasure Newly Discovered Collection of Seymour Furniture

Isabella Stewart Gardener Museum; The American Wing at The Metropolitan Museum of Art; Duncan Phyfe at the Metropolitan Museum; Edgar Payne: The Scenic Journey

"A Rare Opportunity for a Residence"; Charleston Calling; The American Impressionists in the Garden

Maritime Portsmouth The Sawtelle Collection; Inspired Traditions: Selections from the Jane Katcher Collection of Americana; Schoolgirl Art: From the Misses Martin's School for Young Ladies in Portland, Maine

New York, New York! The 20th Century; Rediscovering the Murals of Jonathan D. Poor; Embracing Elegance: American Art from the Huber Family Collection; About Face: Portraiture as Subject

A Modern Interior Showcases an Abundance of 19th & 20th Century Treasures at Fernside Cottage; Milton Avery & the End of Modernism; The World Surrounding Him: Edward Hopper in Nyack; Rally 'Round the Flag Frederic Edwin Church and the Civil War

The Splendor of Cuba; Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art; Youth and Beauty: Art of the American Twenties; Something of Splendor: Decorative Arts from the White House

"A Most Noble Old Village": John Singer Sargent and the Broadway Art Colony, 1885-1886; New Perspectives on Domestic Life at Monticello; The New Art of the Americas Wing at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston

A Contemporary Home for a Classic Collection; Private Collection Complements the American Holdings at the Hood Museum of Art; Refreshed and Reloaded: Reinstalled Galleries at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Winslow Homer and the Poetics of Place; William Merritt Chase: The Final Volume; Boston School Painting: The Collection of Dr. and Mrs. James R. Taylor; American Modernism: The Shein Collection

The Whittemores of Connecticut: Pioneer Collectors of French Impressionism; The Cabots of Salem and Beverly: A Fondness for the Bombé Form; Women Artists of the Hudson River School
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