Early 20th Century Design Auction at Rago Arts

Early 20th Century Design on September 21st showcases decorative arts, ceramics, and furniture from the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Art pottery is led by multiple George E. Ohr forms and ceramics from Albert R. Valentien, Artus Van Briggle, Grueby, Newcomb College, Rookwood, Overbeck, and others. Furniture designers featured include Gustav Siegel, Roycroft, and […]

23rd Annual Twin Cities Arts & Crafts 20th Century Design Show & Sale

Minnesota State Fair Fine Arts Center Fine Arts Center, Falcon Heights, MN 55108, MN, United States

For over two decades attendees and exhibitors have ardently supported the Twin Cities Show, helping it grow into the largest and longest running event in the Midwest dedicated to the furniture and accessories of The American Arts & Crafts Movement. Fall’s approach reminds us that this year’s show will soon be here (Sept. 23 & 24)! […]


Fine and Decorative Two-Day Arts Auction at Fontaine’s

On September 23 & 24, Fontaine’s presents an important two-day Fine & Decorative Arts auction to include over 800 lots of 19th/20th century lighting, art glass, leaded glass windows, fine silver, porcelain, marble and bronze statuary, paintings, American and European furniture, clocks, watches and jewelry. This auction will include The Harold F. Wright Estate, McPherson, […]

The Arts & Crafts Movement Detroit and Environs

The Arts & Crafts Movement: Detroit and Environs Initiatives in Art and Cultures’s 25th Annual Arts and Crafts Conference September 27 – October 1, 2023 The 2023 Conference will travel to Detroit to examine the central role the City played in the American Arts & Crafts Movement. Over the course of 5 days, we will […]


How the Delaware Art Museum Became a British Art Powerhouse – Zoom lecture

Pre-Raphaelite art, produced by British artists during the second half of the nineteenth century, is characterized by abundant detail and brilliant colors. Most Pre-Raphaelite art can be found in Britain, its country of origin. But during the late nineteenth century, Samuel Bancroft, an American textile mill owner in Wilmington, Delaware, began acquiring Pre-Raphaelite drawings and […]

Historic Deerfield Fall Forum: The Arts and Crafts Movement in America’s Northeast

Historic Deerfield 80 Old Main Street Deerfield, MA 01342 United State 80 Old Main Street, Deerfield, MA, United States

Artists and architects in America’s northeast made significant contributions to the burgeoning Arts and Crafts Movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, producing work that is still keenly studied. Arts and Crafts communities flourished not only in urban centers such as Boston and New York City, but also in regional communities including Rose […]