Art & Collectibles

The handmade American furniture brand hosted the Grand Opening event for it's summer alternative gallery program, "The Best of Maine Contemporary Art."
Casa Lever—the acclaimed Milanese restaurant in midtown Manhattan’s Lever House building—has long...
The 13 new portraits include images of Douglas Cramer, Judy Garland, and Ernesto Esposito.
The finest art, boats, cars, furnishings, and jewelry are all on offer under one roof.
For the last three decades, a Disneyland fan in Southern California has been quietly amassing one of the largest collections on the theme park outside of the Walt Disney Archives and the Walt Disney...
Glass is impervious to sun damage, and its beauty is only enhanced by natural light.
These antique optics from the Japanese Navy were used in combat and took over six months to restore…
The ultrarare sculpture is one of the few castings that remain in private hands…
Golden Waters, a temporary light installation by artist Grimanesa Amorós, which extends from the famous Soleri Bridge, is on view now until September 30, 2015. Scottsdale Public Art, a leader of...
During his short life, the German artist Franz Marc (1880–1916) was at the cutting edge of modern art. The painter and printmaker, who died in combat during World War I, started out painting...
Of the dozens of iconic midcentury designs by Hans Wegner, perhaps none is as clever as the valet chair.
Members will receive VIP access to exhibits, festivals, and acclaimed artists…
Robert Blumenthal Gallery East Hampton is pleased to present Dirty Summer of Love, Marie Jacotey’s first solo show with the gallery. The exhibition includes pieces from Jacotey’s, Babe Cave series, a...
The ’60s will be on the minds of many on August 6, which marks the 50th anniversary of the Voting Rights Act of 1965.
Globally prominent art dealer Jan David Winitz, whose Claremont Rug Company gallery specializes in art-level Oriental carpets from the “Second Golden Age of Persian Weaving,” has announced the...
One of the most renowned American artists, Norman Rockwell captured the spirit of our nation as no other had before, and his patriotic compositions like this oil on canvas are among his most...
F. Scott Fitzgerald inscribed the book with a handwritten note to Harold Goldman, the man who inspired the Gatsby character.
This exceptionally rare Enigma Machine is possibly the finest example that has ever surfaced. Used by the Germans to send secret messages during World War II, this important four-rotor Model K Enigma...
The limited-edition pen pays tribute to Alexander Fleming and to the entire medical community.
Within moments of opening the doors, significant works were acquired by prominent collectors, art advisors, and museum professionals. Over 5,000 top art world luminaries attended the Preview with an...
On June 11 at the Profiles in History office in Los Angeles, the memorabilia auction house offers a glimpse into the mind of a genius, with one of the largest collections of Albert Einstein’s letters...
The German artisan safe builder Buben & Zörweg has taken the concept of “look, but don’t touch” to a new level with its latest security solution, the Buben & Zörweg Private Museum . Crafted...
Sir Winston Churchill's reputation as a politician and statesman often overshadows the tremendous talent he possessed for painting.
Fans of the famous counterculture jam band the Grateful Dead should make the pilgrimage to Napa Valley’s Cliff Lede Vineyards : The Yountville winery’s Backstage reserve tasting lounge is serving as...
As the silversmith to the last king of France and the House of Orléans, Christofle knows that everyone is entitled to a little royal treatment now and then—and what better way to celebrate a crowing...
To honor the galactic import of today’s date—May the 4th (be with you)—and the upcoming release of Star Wars Episode VII: The Force Awakens , we have compiled some rare finds from the original...
Street photography is stepping into a thrilling new era.
Collected Scott Foraker and Babe Ruth’s Bat
At the Heritage Auctions sale on April 18, fans paid big money for a little pop history.
On May 11 the auction house Christie’s hopes to brush past its previous world record for art sold at auction when Pablo Picasso’s Les Femmes d’Alger (Version “O”) goes on the block, with bidding...

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