Articles in Art & Collectibles

When Pelé published his autobiography in 1977, he dedicated it to "all the people who have made [...
Marie Antoinette’s custom desk. Neither the many accolades heaped upon nor the charges leveled at...
Photograph courtesy Hearst Castle/California State Parks
No figure yokes together with less violence (to revise Dr. Johnson’s phrase) the themes of this,...
Perhaps our most daunting challenge as editors of a magazine about connoisseurship is that our...
World-renowned knife maker William Henry is using his unique crafting techniques and materials in a...
One of the first oligarchs was Boris Berezovsky, who exploited his connections with then Prime...
The upcoming Christie’s Ski Sale (www.christies.com), to be held January 28 at the auction house’s...
Photograph by Roger Dixon, Bonhams
A fragment of Darwin’s journey captured in scrimshaw. In April 1834, more than two years into...
Loiminchay’s newest Jazz pen may at first glance seem a departure from the company’s signature...
“Everything is permissible as long as it is fantastic,” designer Carlo Mollino (1905–1973) once...
The Historical Design Gallery in New York, known for its exhibitions of sculpture and form, will...
“Life is pretty simple: You do some stuff. Most fails. Some works. You do more of what works. If it...
Cartier has held a fascination with the Orient since the early 1920s, interpreting China’s messages...
Chicago’s Sculpture, Objects and Functional Art Fair (SOFA) will celebrate its 15th anniversary by...
Painted just months after The Scream, Edvard Munch’s Vampire (1894) will be a highlight of Sotheby’...
Conway Stewart, the 100-year-old Devon, England-based writing- instrument company, has created a...
Sotheby’s fall photograph sale, being held October 14 and 15, will feature many seminal photographs...
"I discovered antique maps on a ski trip to Taos, where I stumbled into a shop selling them and...
In 1927, on a Parisian boulevard, 45-year-old husband and father Pablo Picasso first laid eyes on...
The Brunswick Billiards Isabella (www?.brunswickbilliards.com) is a table fit for—or at least...

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