Walnutts Antiques is now on Facebook! Join the conversation! When I was creating the Walnutts Facebook page, I was struck by the dichotomy of having a business rooted deeply in the past, and combining it with a technology that is … Continue reading
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Allan Stone was a giant in the art world, and had one of the most diverse and consuming collections of the 20th-century. He discovered and launched the careers of some of Modern Art’s greatest: Willem de Kooning, John Chamberlain, Wayne … Continue reading
The King Center of Atlanta unveiled a new website of never-seen-before archives of Martin Luther King Jr.’s speeches and correspondence. It is a beautifully designed site, featuring a treasure trove of historical American documents. Every man must decide whether he … Continue reading
Perhaps this is well-known among coinoisseurs of antique photography, but I was recently introduced to the concept of the “hidden mother,” an interesting yet strange part of photographic history. In early portrait photography, children would have to sit for quite some time … Continue reading
Eve Kahn, resident Antiques columnist for The New York Times, reflects on the 6 most intriguing auctions of 2011.