In this piece, Noah Fleisher, author of “Warman’s Antiques & Collectibles 2016” shares his own memories of Saturday morning cartoon viewing, and takes a closer look at the influence and impact of the creative force behind those cartoons: animation art.
Dr. G. Marchelos fields two intriguing inquiries in the latest Ask the Experts column, including one reader's fascination with the initial use for a wooden rack.
Bessie Pease Gutmann's work is unmistakeable. Be it familiar depictions of charming children, or masterful illustrations that have become an integral part of literary history, her contributions also represent a life well lived, as explained by Mary Manion in her latest Art Markets column.
Prior to being auctioned by Theriault’s in a spectacular July event, Shirley Temple's personal memorabilia collection is taking a nationwide museum tour.
Among the more than 800 lots featured in Archives International's May 7 auction is a seldom-seen stock certificate for Pabst Brewing, from 1889.
A unique 19th century “Last Spike” watch fob, recently discovered, is headlining Witherell’s online Western Americana Auction and Old West Show, which begins May 1.
A collection photos of Marilyn Monroe, taken by Bert Stern during the historic 'Last Session' sold for a combined $80,000 at Heritage Auctions recently.
As Clars Auction Gallery prepares for its May 30-June 1 auction the hope is it will be as successful as the February sale; which saw a Chinese triple Fusee and gilt bronze bracket clock with automaton soar past its estimate of $40,000 to finish at $270,000.
Primarily utilized by women at first, by the 20th century, rocking chairs were used universally. In the April 29, 2015 issue of Antique Trader, Furniture Detective Fred Taylor explores the evolution of the American rocking chair.
The 56th Shenandoah Antiques Expo, in Fisherville, Va., is rapidly approaching, and access to the show on May 8-9 is up for grabs.