The London-based artist Alexandra Llewellyn’s bespoke backgammon tables—which may be fashioned from rare materials including ebonized ash and ferns from the British count
A work of art may shine for the techniques it displays and the insights it reveals, but how brightly it shines often depends on how it is displayed.
Jeff Bridgman’s career as a dealer of American folk art spans more than two decades, yet most of his clients have never set foot in his gallery—a 240-square-foot exhibition space on the second flo
The Chisholm Larsson Gallery (www.chisholm-poster.com) is one of the oldest galleries in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborh
Daniel Weinberg has worked at the Abraham Lincoln Book Shop (www.alincolnbookshop.com) in Chicago for the last 40 yea
Walking down the hallways of the Legacy Companies’ headquarters in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., the firm’s president and CEO, Neal Asbury, passes dozens of antique American and Asian maps hanging on dis
Winslow Homer, one of the most important American artists of the 19th century, painted many of his most recognizable works at his studio on Prouts Neck near Portland, Maine.
Twenty-two years ago, Sandra Hindman, the president and CEO of Les Enluminures (www.lesenluminures.com), opened the company’s Parisian
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts announced last weekit will divest its entire collection of the late artist’s work through Christie’s.
Jalal Aro opened the Phonogalerie (www.phonogalerie.com) shop in its current location in the ninth arrondissement of Paris in 2004, thou