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The Jacob Sass Desk and Bookcase: Documenting a Provenance, Preserving a History Spring 2009
This desk and bookcase (Fig. 1) is one of the few examples of eighteenth-century Charleston furniture with an indisputable attribution: written on the interior of a desk drawer is the inscription "Made by Jacob Sass—Charleston/ Octr....

Winterthur Primer: American Portraits in Pastel Spring 2009
Portraits created using pastel crayons were a popular alternative to oil portraits in Europe and America from the mid 1700s to the early 1800s. Available in nearly all the same colors as oil paints, when drawn across paper the crayons left a smooth...

A Masterful Mix of the Centuries Winter/Spring
Exceptional taste and an unerring eye have guided the formation of this multidimensional collection....

A Sense of Place Winter/Spring
A deep respect for the history of this country and the material associated with its past is evident in the collections within this private residence....

Cézanne and Beyond Winter/Spring
A year after Paul Cézanne's death in 1906, the Paris Salon d'Automne staged a large retrospective of the artist's work....

Destination: New York City Murals Winter/Springé
Murals are among our oldest and most popular forms of artistic expression....

The Life of Berthe Morisot Winter/Spring
This young woman in black, with a bouquet of violets and deep eyes, painted by Manet in the 1870s, is Berthe Morisot. She keeps on her....

Glassmaking, America's First Industry Winter/Spring
The Corning Museum of Glass has the largest and most comprehensive public collection of American glass in existence....

Graphic Masters: Highlights from the Smithsonian American Art Museum Winter/Spring
Drawings often reveal greater spontaneity and experimentation than paintings and sculpture....

Museum Focus: Neue Galerie New York Winter/Spring
In 1994Ronald S. Lauder and his longtime friend, Serge Sabarsky purchased a Beaux-Arts mansion on New York City's Museum Mile....


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