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Elie Nadelman: Poised for Posterity
The simplified, sinuous, sensuous line is the signature of one of America's greatest sculptor's of the twentieth century–Elie Nadelman.
Glassmaking, America's First Industry
The Corning Museum of Glass has the largest and most comprehensive public collection of American glass in existence.
Graphic Masters: Highlights from the Smithsonian American Art Museum
Drawings often reveal greater spontaneity and experimentation than paintings and sculpture.
Museum Focus: Neue Galerie New York
In 1994Ronald S. Lauder and his longtime friend, Serge Sabarsky purchased a Beaux-Arts mansion on New York City's Museum Mile.
Reviving an Icon: The National Arts Club
Founded in 1898, the National Arts Club quickly became one of the country's most prestigious associations.
The Chipstone Foundation Opens New American Collections Galleries
The Chipstone Foundation has a long history of asking new and progressive questions about the material past.
The Corning Museum of Glass
Nowhere are the mysteries of glass and the skill of its craftsman celebrated more completely than at The Corning Museum of Glass.
The Hidden Legacy of Enslaved Craftsmen
Enslaved black and free white craftsmen worked side by side across the southern landscape.
What Were They Thinking? Silk Embroideries Give us a Clue
Silk embroidered pictures made by schoolgirls were the height of fashion in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.
Destination: New York City Murals
Murals are among our oldest and most popular forms of artistic expression.
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