Entries by Catherine Saunders-Watson

Exploring the faces and forms of Henry Moore

Henry Spencer Moore (1898-1986) was a renowned English artist best known for his semi-abstract monumental bronze sculptures that can be seen around the world as public works of art. In addition to sculpture work, he also did innumerable drawings, including a series done during World War II that depicted Londoners seeking shelter from the German […]

NHADA announces 2019 Board, next show dates

CONCORD, N.H. – The New Hampshire Antiques Dealers Association held its annual meeting on November 15, 2018 at the Common Man restaurant in Concord, New Hampshire. After a buffet luncheon, speaker Cliff Wallach gave a presentation about the company Jasper 52, which is a marketing platform for weekly antique auctions.

Newark Museum to host important Steuben glass exhibition

NEWARK, N.J. – A sparkling, colorful gift of Steuben glass from The Thomas N. Armstrong III Collection will be on display in an upcoming exhibition at the Newark Museum. Unexpected Color: A Journey Through Glass, opening on April 28, 2019, showcases more than 130 works in glass designed by Frederick Carder for the famed Steuben Glass Works […]

Artemis Gallery to host Dec. 5-6 no-reserve auction of antiquities, ethnographic & Asian art

BOULDER, Colo. – It is obvious when a collection of any type has been amassed with passion and perseverance. That is the case with the extensive and exceptionally fine collection of antiquities, Asian and ethnographic artworks at the heart of Artemis Gallery’s December 5-6 auction. Bid absentee or live online through LiveAuctioneers.

Celestial maps: a stairway to Heaven?

NEW YORK – Maps bridge many worlds, spanning time and place. Some of the earliest, found on prehistoric cave walls, depict the wondrous night sky. From time immemorial, its twinkling stars, besides dispelling darkness, figured in religious rites, orientation, and celestial navigation.