- DETOUR HERE! Berenson, Ruth // National Review;11/14/1980, Vol. 32 Issue 23, p1407
The article reflects on the opening of the Museum of Soviet Unofficial Art in New York City which features the works of dissident artists from the Soviet Union in 1980. It features Aleksandr Glezer who was forced by the Soviet Union to emigrate together with his artworks. It examines the impact...
- SOME ERRONEOUS, DOUBTFUL, AND MISLEADING BAXTERIAN ATTRIBUTIONS IN WING AND HALKETT AND LAING. Keeble, N. H. // Notes & Queries;Jun1985, Vol. 32 Issue 2, p187
The article presents information related to literary work of author Richard Baxter. In his comprehensive survey of his earlier publications in "Reliquiae Baxterianae" Baxter points out "The Saints Everlasting Rest" as the first book he began writing. The overture is not listed either among the...
- THE HORSE'S MOUTH. // New Yorker;4/25/1959, Vol. 35 Issue 10, p16
The article reviews the motion picture "The Horse's Mouth," starring Alec Guinness.
- Protecting your possessions. // Country Living;Sep85, Vol. 8 Issue 9, p54
Greater awareness and interest in American furniture and decorative arts in the past few years has caused a gradual price rise in some areas and dramatically sharp price escalation in others. Knowledge of the marketplace, and the translation to what you own, is the job of the fine-arts...
- Private eyes: The modern Medicis. Gold, T. // Harper's Bazaar;May89, Issue 3329, p98
Examines the growing trend of major art collectors to display their collections in museum-quality settings termed `vanity museums.' Corresponding decline in contributions to existing museums.
- Art-collecting craze. // Newsweek;5/13/1985, Vol. 105 Issue 19, p90
American art collectors of the '80s range from self-made millionaires with 4-star collections, to younger not so rich seekers of the undiscovered--and they are radically changing the art market. Inevitably, some of the best new collections--like those of the great patrons of the past--will wind...
- The collectors: Art Deco verve. Gruen, J. // Architectural Digest;Nov88, Vol. 45 Issue 11, p220
Features the apartment and office of Steven A. Greenberg, a New York City financier who has filled both with Art Deco works from the 1920s, when art was to affect every element of the environment.
- Art fever. // New York;4/20/87, Vol. 20 Issue 14, p34
The rich have always collected art, but never as much so as today, when they are furiously buying the old masters, early moderns or the newest wave. Though some of the new owners appreciate art, for others, the joy of collecting is not owning art, but buying it.
- Design: The art of the matter. Bethany, M. // New York;1/11/88, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p50
A decade ago the typical contemporary-art collector's apartment was wiped clean of character and furnished as neutrally as possible out of reverence for the art. Today, collectors David and Penny McCall have come up with a perfect blend of art and life in their Upper East Side apartment. By...