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Transportation Modes and Makers in American History

The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles

The post Transportation Modes and Makers in American History appeared first on The Journal of Antiques and Collectibles. Transportation is a subject that seems to be always in the news these days and usually for the wrong reasons: train derailments, bridge collapses, overturned tractor trailers, cruise ships running [.]

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Finding Phyfe: America’s Elusive Furniture Maker

Veritas Art Appraisals

Scottish-born Duncan Phyfe (1768-1854) was the most sought-after furniture maker in. Continue Reading The post Finding Phyfe: America’s Elusive Furniture Maker appeared first on Veritas Art Appraisals & Consulting.

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6 Visual Artists Who Dabbled in Jewelry-Making

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How Visual Artists Became Jewelry Artists Jewelry-making and art share a long, interwoven history, but it wasn’t until the 20th century that artists discovered the true potential of jewelry as another form of expression. Ray also leveraged the medium to further explore the artistic preoccupations of his career.

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Harmony Korine: 'If life is a movie, every blink could be an edit'

The Art Newspaper

As his paintings go on show at Hauser & Wirth in London, the film-maker, writer and artist tells us about his latest genre-bending output and his biggest influences

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Cuban Artist Julio Larraz’s 80-Year ‘Artistic Odyssey’ Is Highlighted in Traveling Retrospective

Artnet News

The post Cuban Artist Julio Larraz’s 80-Year ‘Artistic Odyssey’ Is Highlighted in Traveling Retrospective appeared first on Artnet News. "80 Circumnavigations of the Sun" will next debut at at Galería Duque Arango in Mexico City.

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‘Groundbreaking’ UK exhibition spotlights work of disabled, D/deaf and neurodivergent artists

The Art Newspaper

Towards New Worlds brings together the 'critically robust' work of 15 creatives, in an attempt to dispel the pejorative perceptions associated with work by disabled artists

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June Clark: the Toronto-based US artist exploring the American flag and its many meanings

The Art Newspaper

The New York-born artist, who has lived in Canada for more than half a century, explains how she bypassed sexism in the 1970s to teach herself photography, and why she will always be connected to the US