Fine Art
03/24/2017 I By Bill Rau
The Master of Maritime: John Steven Dews
Coming from a long lineage of seagoers, Dews developed a fascination with the sea at a young age. He was just 5 when he composed his first marine sketches while visiting his grandfather, an assistant harbor master.
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The Story of The Tailor Who Sat at The King's Table
The Story of The Tailor Who Sat at The King's Table
Meissen porcelain is considered to be the first European porcelain ever to be created. Developed
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When Time Was Born: Renaissance-Period Clocks
When Time Was Born: Renaissance-Period Clocks
Renaissance-period clocks, like this Turret (Table) timepiece is an example of the earliest mechani
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On The World Stage: Sèvres World’s Fair Vases
On The World Stage: Sèvres World’s Fair Vases
  The quality and scale of these stunning Sèves porcelain vases denotes their creation f
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