The Jepson Center at Savannah’s Telfair Museums will welcome a new exhibition from the Dixon Gallery and Gardens in Memphis… Read more Monet to Matisse: Masterworks of French Impressionism
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The Gilded Age in American took up roughly three decades, from the 1870s to about 1900. Overall, it represents a period… Read more Christmas Vanderbuilt Style
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In the final months of World War II, British and US bombers raided the city of Dresden. Once called the… Read more Dresden: In the Face of History & Memory
Curating Relative Values: The Cost of Art in the Northern Renaissance–Pouring through ink blots and weathered stains decorating 16th-century documents containing everything from itemized inventory lists and artists’ contracts one begins to glean a sense of the overall price artisanal goods used to sell for.
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Gilded America–The Breakers, is a Vanderbilt Mansion, located in one of Rhone Island’s historic neighbourhoods where nothing is dirty and there’s not a mouse in the house. Well, certainly not in this house.
The Breakers, Vanderbilt Mansion had been adorned as a historic landmark and for good reason. Beyond lavish gardens, impressive size, and bedazzling decor, the site gives visitors a glimpse of America’s Gilded Ag