Art

New Yorkers, Go See Jeff Zimmerman’s Glimmering Glass Creations

The Brooklyn-based glass master has breathtaking new works on view at R & Company.

Why Surrealist Godfather René Magritte Switched Styles Later in Life

The Belgian painter did not always identify with the movement that made him famous. We look closer at his shifting styles.

6 Creative Ways to Decorate with Sculpture Busts

Just because a statue looks classical doesn't mean it has to be conventional. Designers share their tips for placing busts in the perfect spot.
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Peggy Fleming portrait

Amazing Art and Memorabilia from Past Winter Olympics

In honor of the Winter Games in Pyeongchang, South Korea, we combed through our dealers' offerings to find incredible pieces from Olympics of yore.

10 Real Quotes from Surrealist Master Joan Miró

What he says may inspire you to pick up a paintbrush.

This Refined São Paulo Duplex Has a Swimming Pool in the Living Room

Interior architect Fernanda Marques took a clean, holistic approach to highlighting the homeowners' impressive collection of Brazilian works. Plus, there's a pool in the wall!

Mood Board: Mixing Metals

You can forget any decorating "rules" you've heard about limiting your decor to one metal. Using multiple finishes works well.

Tour a Mexico City House Built for a Blue-Chip Art Collection

Architect Roy Azar used the homeowner’s artworks as the starting point for his creative vision.

Tramp Art, America’s Most Misunderstood Art Form, Is Trending in Interiors

Designers are beginning to see this enigmatic form of folk art in a whole new light.

Photographer to Know: Massimo Listri

The Italian lensman captures decadent interiors of palatial estates around the world.
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