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Since 1963, Antiques and The Arts Weekly has been the nation’s leading weekly publication on the Antiques and Arts trade, available both in print and online.

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  • Q&A: Victor Weinblatt
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:26

    When Antiques and The Arts Weekly received a press release headlined “Weinblatt Ceases Exhibiting at Shows,” interest was immediately piqued as to why South Hadley, Mass., dealer Victor Weinblatt, 77, a highly regarded specialist in American folk signage, would no longer be exhibiting […]

  • Santa Fe Gallery Succeeds With Artworks That Celebrate The American West
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:24

    SANTA FE, N.M. — Santa Fe Art Auctions periodically presents its Art of the West sales, devoted to showcasing a selection of artworks that celebrate the iconic landscapes, history, figures and wildlife that characterize the American West. It’s a genre that offers selections of vintage […]

  • McInnis’ $600,000 Extravaganza Focuses On Burbridge Foundation Collection
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:23

    AMESBURY, MASS. — The May 11 sale at John McInnis Auctioneers’ Amesbury gallery was not their typical sale, which usually lean towards Americana. This sale, billed as an “extravaganza,” focused on fine European and Asian decorative arts of the Grand Tour era: the mid- to […]

  • Ohio Collections Net $950K For Amelia Jeffers
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:22

    DELAWARE, OHIO — The 40-year collection of an unidentified Ohio couple was the focus du jour at Amelia Jeffers Auctioneers & Appraisers on May 3, giving bidders nearly 425 lots of Americana: silhouettes, portraits, tavern and trade signs, ceramics, toleware, treen, painted wooden objects, […]

  • From Indoors To Outdoors, New England Auctions Earns $530,000
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:20

    BRANFORD, CONN. — Fred Giampietro, the dealer turned auctioneer behind New England Auctions, is best known for Americana: folk art, furniture and related decorative objects. But when a collection of garden ornaments — a category he likes personally and wants to sell more of — came […]

  • Paintings, Glassware And Sculpture Lead At Tremont Single-Owner Sale
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:19

    SUDBURY, MASS. — On May 5, Tremont Auctions held its Single-Owner Collection of Fine Arts auction. There were 338 lots offered from a local Massachusetts estate, and the auction closed with a 91 percent sell-through rate. “We were very happy overall,” said Cameron Ayotte, auction […]

  • Furniture, Faberge & Fine Art Flourish At Casco Bay
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:18

    FREEPORT, MAINE — On May 11, Casco Bay Auctions held its Twentieth Century Art & Design auction, which featured modern art, midcentury furniture and decorative objects, art glass, studio pottery, original sculpture, vintage audio equipment and much more. The post Furniture, Faberge & […]

  • Across The Block
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:16

    A Colt model 1875 Gatling Gun blows away competitors to earn the top lot in this weeks’ Across the Block, when it sold at Morphy Auctions on May 8, for $381,300. Of the Gatling guns offered in the past 25 years, this example was considered one of the finest and came to auction with an The […]

  • The Nautical Antiques Show: Charting The Course For Scrimshaw Collectors & Enthusiasts
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:13

    NEW BEDFORD, MASS. — With the opening of the Nautical Antiques Show on Friday, May 10, the Antique Scrimshaw Collectors Association kicked off its 33rd Annual Scrimshaw & Nautical Antiques Weekend in New Bedford, celebrating maritime history and artistry with informative presentations all […]

  • Ellington Antiques Show Gets A Perfect Day In May
    par Jackie Doerwald le 22/05/2024 à 4:11

    ELLINGTON, CONN. — There are three essentials for a successful outdoor antiques show: good weather, support from the community and great vendors bringing interesting items. The May 4 Vintage & Antique Market, as the Ellington Historical Society styled it, had all three. The post Ellington […]

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