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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Collecting the Brueghel Dynasty: Burgeoning Excitement Surrounds Pieter Brueghel the Younger
Collecting the Brueghel Dynasty: Burgeoning Excitement Surrounds Pieter Brueghel the Younger
A palpable excitement is building around Pieter Brueghel the Younger. Celebrated as a faithful copyi
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Kaleidoscope Brilliancy: Lightning Ridge Black Opals
Kaleidoscope Brilliancy: Lightning Ridge Black Opals
Though the opal was discovered centuries ago, the finest variety was not discovered 1905 in Lightnin
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Treasures from Brazil: Paraiba Tourmalines
Treasures from Brazil: Paraiba Tourmalines
Absolutely convinced he would find treasure buried deep beneath the barren hills of Paraiba, Brazil,
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All in the Family: Napoleon Bonaparte and Napoleon III
All in the Family: Napoleon Bonaparte and Napoleon III
Today he is a household name, an outright celebrity of Western history, and an enduring icon of Fren
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International Women's Day, Martha Walter
International Women's Day, Martha Walter
Joan of Arc. Anne Frank. Rosa Parks. Helen Keller. These extraordinary women are only a few from an
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The Splendor of Art Deco: Table Clocks for Him
The Splendor of Art Deco: Table Clocks for Him
A table clock can be a fascinating conversation piece, or the perfect accent to any handsomely furni
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Aspen Antiques, Jewelry, Automobiles & Fine Arts Fair
07/01/2017 - 07/09/2017


Aspen Ice Garden
233 West Hyman Avenue
Aspen, Colorado
Now in its 14th year and set amid the spectacular mountains of Colorado's Rockies, the Aspen Antique...
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Mastering Nature: Monet and the Seascape
Mastering Nature: Monet and the Seascape
  "I know that to paint the sea really well, you need to look at it every hour of every
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Made in the USA: American Brilliant Period Cut Glass
Made in the USA: American Brilliant Period Cut Glass
We have inevitably all seen it and grown familiar with its brilliance: American Brilliant Period cut
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Traditional and Transformative: Japanese Meiji Period Art
Traditional and Transformative: Japanese Meiji Period Art
The long-lasting Japanese Meiji era, beginning in 1868 and extending most recently into 2012, charac
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At a Second Glance - Pietre Dure
At a Second Glance - Pietre Dure
The creation of exquisite, magnificent Renaissance art involves more than just paint on canvas; its
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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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From Bolshaya Morskaya Street To The Palace
From Bolshaya Morskaya Street To The Palace
In just looking around the gallery, I realize we have many reasons to be thankful for Tsar Alexa
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