The new exhibition, "Navajo Weavings: Tradition and Trade," opening July 14 the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Folk Art Museum, one of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg, honors the creativity and culture of Navajo weavers.
For centuries scarves have adorned the bodies of everyone from queens to field workers. In this 10 Things You Didn't Know column, Antoinette Rahn explores vintage scarves.
Did you know the earliest chainsaws date back to the mid-1920s and the oldest manufacturer in the world (Stihl) is still cranking out cutting machinery. Yet, it's the vintage models of chainsaws that are the object of interest for a growing community of collectors.
A bevy of Japanese artists' work will be represented in woodblock, watercolor and mezzzotint prints on offer in Turner Auctions + Appraisals' June 17 sale.
A selection of unique artistic Native American Portrait Galvanos created by Edward Warren Sawyer during the early 20th century will come before bidders during Heritage Auctions' auctions at the Long Beach coin show, June 13-18.
Have you ever heard about mystery clocks? If not and if the name piques your interest, you may want to consider checking out Potter & Potter Auctions' June 16 sale, which features a selection of these unique clocks.
Collectors of trivets and pressing irons will gather in Pennsylvania July 13-14, with newcomers welcome to attend.
A fresh-to-market oil on Masonite painting by the late Francis Newton Souza soared to $235,000 before the gavel fell during Weiss Auctions' May 17 auction.
The Library of Congress' collection of comic books, art and related objects is the largest in the nation and now, thanks to a recent donation of 3,000+ items from Stephen A. Geppi Collection, the archive is that much more robust.