As 2018 gets underway, the 22nd season of Antiques Roadshow greets viewers of PBS' long-standing hit show. Ahead of the viewing of the Green Bay, Wis. tour stop you can enjoy a behind-the-scenes report, courtesy of Antique Trader.
Following more than sixty years amassing and appreciating antiques and objects of Americana, Roland and Marilyn Kemble will present their collection for sale through Pook & Pook, Jan. 12-13.
Did you know iconic Louisiana artist Clementine Hunter didn't start painting until she was in her 50s? Or, that her work inspired an opera and play? Learn more about this inspiring southern artist.
This year marks a special anniversary (60 years) for the New Hampshire Antiques Show. The event, presented by the New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association, is set for Aug. 10-12.
Works by noted American expressionist painter Fritz Bultman were well received by bidders during Bruneau & Co. Auctioneers’ Summer Antiques & Fine Art Auction, held June 3.
A headlining lot from a folk art collection on offer at Thomaston Place Auction Galleries' Feb. 11-12, is a late 19th century carved wooden minstrel figure.
A reader's inquiry about a unique totem pole, purchased in 1947, prompts Ask the Experts' panelist Dr. G. Marchelos to conclude it is a piece of folk art, that may be worth $400-$600.
Varied examples of Americana from private collections and public shop inventory will come before bidders Oct. 7, 8 and 10. Pook & Pook, Inc. is presenting the auctions, which includes an online-only sale through Bidsquare.com on Oct. 9.
Turner Auctions + Appraisals is presenting the Barnaby and Karen Beck Collection of American Folk Art September 11.