Natural history and art come together in the form of the shell mosaics known as sailors’ valentines. A traditional 19th or early 20th century shell mosaic from Barbados usually includes a flower design. It also includes some form of heart, and perhaps a special verse or message. Among the sentiments featured...
Everything But the House (EBTH) is out to demonstrate that locating estate-fresh finds has never been easier. AT Print Editor Karen Knapstein explores more about this in a recent Knowing Your Business column.
In less than 10 years time, approximately 14,000 U.S. artists created hundreds of thousands of piece of art under the Federal Art Project. Here Karen Knapstein explores the program and interest in the posters.
Grand Bazaar NYC is a staple of the city's Upper West Side. Every Sunday, rain or shine, more than 150 antiques dealers and thousands of shoppers flock to the Bazaar to shop and support local school children.
Viktor Schreckengost is one of those people who lived his life to the fullest, and because of that, the rest of us are able to enjoy life even more. Learn more in this '10 Reasons' column by Print Editor Karen Knapstein.
Look around your yard or garden. Is there a spot that seems to be missing something? An outdoor antique for the garden may fit the bill.
Insights from the award winning interior design firm Roman and Williams may boost your confidence for choosing furnishings.
The art of ukiyo-e (Asian woodblock prints) is generating fascination within the auction market. The positive response to the unique work of one master of this genre, Paul Jacoulet, during a recent auction is reflective.
Enjoy a compelling exploration of fine pen collecting, use, and restoration, courtesy of Print Editor Karen Knapstein. Memories of your experiences with fountain pens and early rollerball pens will flood your mind.
At first blush, paint by numbers artwork may bring to mind memories of childhood. However, today vintage paint by number is popular as a collectible and element of design.