Holiday Catch at Flying Cranes
Flying Cranes Antiques Galleries #55, 56 & 58 at The Manhattan Art & Antiques Center, 1050 Second Ave., NYC,...November 9, 201100
The New York Historical Society Reopens
The city’s oldest museum re-opens its doors Friday, November 11, after a $70 million renovation. Formerly a vault-like institution,...
Modernist Bequest to the Whitney Museum
In a five-year buying spree, energy tycoon John R. Eckel Jr. built an enviable collection of Modernist furniture and...
The Emporer's Secret Garden
Completed in 1776, the emperor Qianlong had a lavish palace built for his retirement, complete with 27 beautifully decorated...
Missing Ivory Base of the Linsky Collection Sold to the Met
Scott Defrin, gallery owner of The European Decorative Arts Company, located in Gallery #6 at The Manhattan Art &...October 24, 2011
The Akasaka Collection Makes an Imprint at the Center
The Akasaka Collection, Gallery #14, is definitely making an imprint on The Center. This gallery, located on the left...October 24, 2011
Bruce Frank Primitive Art Gallery
The Bruce Frank Primitive Art Gallery in New York City contains some of the finest antique and tribal art...
Edward Hopper At Bowdoin College
An exhibition of the iconic American chronicler of beauty and loneliness, Edward Hopper’s oil sketches and paintings from his...
Perfume Bottles Are Clearly Collectable
Who would have guessed, those commercial perfume bottles that our grandmothers kept on the vanity and bathroom shelf, would...October 14, 2011
Iris Rosenthal Blossoms at the Center
The Center welcomes Iris Rosenthal, Gallery #34, specializing in antiques from fine estates. You can find anything and everything...October 14, 2011