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Employment Station, New York by Martha Walter, circa 1915

Liberation and the Modern Era: Women in Modern Art

Posted: April 15, 2015 13:34 Last Updated: | Bill Rau

This is the third of a three part series of blog posts preceding our exhibition Innocence, Temptation and Power: The Evolution of Women in Art, on view at M.S. Rau Antiques now through May 4.  A time of tumult both socially and politically, the early 20th century is remembered as an era of upheaval in the Western world. Two world wars, economic hardships and social revolutions affected the course of social history, and the art of the period came to reflect the rapidly evolving landscape of a new modern era.  The power of the person truly culminated in the art of the period,...


Mid Century Modern Design: Space Age

Creating the Home of Tomorrow: The History of Mid-Century Modern Design

Posted: April 15, 2015 12:54 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

Mid-Century Modern Design — When interior designers refer to “Mid Century Modern” design, they are referring to an aesthetic style based around the idea of streamlining everyday life using technology that was immensely popular in the 1950’s and 1960’s in the United States and Europe. After World War II, the industrialized nations of the world believed that the future success of their governments were heavily dependent on their ability to implement and adapt to changing technologies, and began to place a high emphasis on engineering, mechanization, and computer science. The effects ...


Call for Small Works for ArtisTTable Gallery Show at Richard App Gallery - Deadline Extended!

Posted: April 13, 2015 11:08 Last Updated: | ArtisTTable

The submission deadline has been extended to 29 April for the Second Annual smaill works show of the ArtisTTable, hosted at the Richard App Gallery in Grand Rapids, Michigan. • 2 LITTLE • An International Juried Exhibition at Richard App Gallery • An all media show with an open theme. • All Artwork must be for sale. • Longest dimension of the art must be 15" (38cm) or less. (Including frame) • Entry Fee $35 (Approximately €30) Submit up to 5 pieces for review online. • Submit online by: 29 April 2015 • Artist Acceptance Notification: 01 May 2015 • Artwork must be r...


Fine Antique Persian Mohtashem Kashan Rug 47483

Persian Art: Monir Farmanfarmaian Celebrates Her First Solo Exhibition in New York, at Guggenheim Museum

Posted: April 09, 2015 11:05 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

“I was a pretty Persian rug, an exotic find, so people invited me to things”  – Farmanfarmaian on her popularity in post-war American artists’ circles. Persian Art Exhibit at Guggenheim Museum – Persian artist Monir Farmanfarmaian, now over 90 years old, is celebrating a milestone in her life and artistic career: Her work is on view at the Guggenheim Museum through June 3rd, marking her first comprehensive solo exhibition in the United States. Persian artist Monir Farmanfarmaian was born in Qazvin, Iran, in 1924. She attended the Fine Arts College of Teh...


ArtisTTable Figure Show is now online.

Posted: March 27, 2015 10:51 Last Updated: | ArtisTTable

Over 60 painters, sculptors, and photographers submitted to this juried online show and competed for cash prizes in four different categories. The exhibition is divided up into galleries that feature art by Women that make art of Women, Women that make art of Men, Men that make art of Women, Men that make art of Men. The show will be online until 04 June 2015 at http://bit.ly/Vaw9Vo Visit the show and you can decide who will win the People’s Choice Award by voting for your favorite art. You may see all of the prior ArtisTTable exhibitions in the archive section called Shelved. http:/...


15 Tips for Decorating with Antique Rugs by Nazmiyal Collection

15 Tips For Decorating With Antique Rugs

Posted: March 26, 2015 07:52 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

How to Decorate with Antique Rugs Decorating with Antique Carpets – Adding an antique carpet to an interior space can drastically change the look of a room. While there are many different styles of antique rugs and vintage carpets to choose from, there are some tried-and-true rules to follow when it comes to choosing the size and placement of your rug. Below are Nazmiyal Collection’s tips for choosing the right rug for your space. 1. To determine what size rug to buy, measure your room’s width and length, and then subtract 2 to 3 feet from each dimension. Using a ru...


Minimalist Chinese Rug Interior

10 Beautiful Interior design Images and the Antique Rugs to Recreate Them | Nazmiyal

Posted: March 19, 2015 10:16 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

1. Minimalist Chinese Rug Interior This gorgeous design balances an antique Chinese carpet with contemporary, minimalist design details that let the architecture of this room shine. To achieve this look, pair sophisticated neutral furniture and white walls with one of Nazmiyal’s beautiful antique Chinese carpets: (View Entire Article and Images on the Nazmiyal Design Blog...) 2. Kitchen with Tribal Runner Rug Warm up your kitchen space by swapping your sink mat for a colorful Tribal runner rug. Adding a carpet to your kitchen adds depth and interest to an ...


Jéan-Leon Gérôme, Leda and the Swan, Circa 1895

An Age of Transformation: Women in Nineteenth Century Art

Posted: March 16, 2015 13:58 Last Updated: | Bill Rau

This is the second of a three part series of blog posts preceding our exhibition Innocence, Temptation and Power: The Evolution of Women in Art, on view at M.S. Rau Antiques from March 27 – May 4. From the mid-nineteenth century, Western Europe and the United States were witness to an extraordinary cultural and social upheaval. Truly a period of transformation, the end of the 19th century can be characterized also as an era of contradiction. As the great generation of French academic painters such as Jean-Léon Gérôme, with their idealized female figures and neoclassical subjects, slowly...


The Reader by Carl Holsøe

Famous Artist Birthdays for March 12

Posted: March 12, 2015 11:23 Last Updated: | ArtisTTable

On March 12 we celebrate three famous artists birthdays. Carl Holsøe 1863 - 1935 (Denmark) Kay Nielsen 1886 - 1957 (Denmark - USA) Elaine de Kooning 1918 - 1989 (USA) Visit the ArtisTTable Famous Artist Birthday Site. ArtisTTable Website.


A Few Days Remaining to Enter the ArtisTTable Figure Show.

Posted: March 11, 2015 14:59 Last Updated: | ArtisTTable

There are a few days left that you can gather your art featuring the human form and submit it to the ArtisTTable's Figure Show. The Figure Show is a juried online exhibition with cash prizes. The prizes will be awarded in four separate categories. The categories are: • Women that make ART of the Female form • Women that make ART of the Male form • Men that make ART of the Female form • Men that make ART of the Male form ArtisTTable exhibitions always have a People's Choice Award as well. You may submit up to 5 images for a single $25 entry fee. The...


Buying Antique Rugs - Nazmiyal's New York Antique Rug Gallery

Surviving Your First Experience Buying Antique Rugs

Posted: March 11, 2015 14:51 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

Click To View Our Comprehensive Antique Rug Buyers Guide What you Should Know If This Is Your First Experience Buying Antique Rugs So you're looking for a rug for you home, but you're not sure what to do to get started. You took to Google and ran your searches. You went to Facebook and even joined some online groups. You spoke with people you trust. Despite all this, you are still a little wary. You love rugs - you appreciate their artistry, their history, their uniqueness, and you want to make sure you find the right piece at a fair price. So what’s next? First Antiq...


Six Characters of Victor Hugo by Louis Boulanger

11 March - Louis Boulanger, Birthday

Posted: March 11, 2015 10:05 Last Updated: | ArtisTTable

11 March we celebrate the birth of Louis Boulanger, born 1806. Boulanger left the studio for the last time in 1867. https://sites.google.com/a/artisttableonline.com/famous-artist-birthdays/today

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Care and Maintenance of Antique Rugs and Carpets

Posted: March 11, 2015 07:58 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

Click Here For More Information About Rug Cleaning in NYC A Guide to Care and Maintenance of Your Investment Quality Rugs Care and Maintenance of Antique Rugs - Owning an antique rug, especially a fine antique one, is not only a pleasure, but a responsibility. Owners of antique carpets and Persian rugs should actually think of themselves as "the current owner", one in a series extending from the past and into the future. Antique rug care and maintenance is perhaps the most important and simplest aspect of owning a rug. Maintaining it is vital to pro...


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Consumer Guide to Buying Rugs and Oriental Carpets

Posted: March 11, 2015 07:52 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

Section 1: What Should I consider before I shop for an antique rug? I want to buy an antique rug but I am unsure on how to begin shopping for one. One of the most asked questions we receive is: "I want to buy an antique oriental rug but don't know where to start and what to look for". So with that in mind we have decided to tackle this question head on! First of all, one needs to understand that antique rugs and carpets are collectible items. They are sought after by collectors, dealers, interior designers and private clients. They are magnificent works of art...


Call for Small Works for ArtisTTable Gallery Show at Richard App Gallery

Posted: March 10, 2015 14:37 Last Updated: | ArtisTTable

The ArtisTTable is seeking submissions for the Second Annual International Juried Small Works Show at Richard App Gallery - 2 LITTLE. Last year the ArtisTTable partnered with the Richard App Gallery in Grand Rapids, Michigan, the response from was great from Europe and around the US as well as the expected local Michigan artist community. Grand Rapids, Michigan has been much more of an arts destination than anyone thought for years with its museums and festivals, but it was advent of ArtPrize that really put Grand Rapids on the larger worldwide stage. That event draws artists and ar...


Poodoocottah: Durbar Linnaeus Tripe, via the Metropolitan Museum of Art | Nazmiyal Design Blog

Historic Photographs of Nineteenth Century India at the Met Museum, 19th Century Indian Rugs at Nazmiyal

Posted: March 10, 2015 14:17 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

View Photographs from Nineteenth Century India and Browse Indian Rugs From the Same Period Nineteenth-Century Indian Photography and Indian Rugs – On view currently at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York is an exhibition of photographs by Captain Linnaeus Tripe (1822-1902) of India during the mid 19th Century. This is the first major exhibition of Captain Tripe’s work in New York. As a member of the British Army, Tripe traveled with the East India Trading Company’s expeditions, creating a visual inventory of the art and people of the region of South India. His work gives ...


Happy Birthday Euan Uglow 1932 - 2000

10 March - Happy Birthday, Euan Uglow

Posted: March 10, 2015 07:54 Last Updated: | ArtisTTable

10 March we celebrate the birth of Euan Uglow, born 1932. Uglow left the studio for the last time in 2000.  Visit the ArtisTTable Famous Artist Birthday site. http://bit.ly/1rccxgw


Introducing the ArtisTTable

Posted: March 10, 2015 07:31 Last Updated: | ArtisTTable

We just want to make this post as a quick introduction to the ArtisTTable. Started at the very end of 2012, The ArtisTTable is an art community and gallery. We host juried online art exhibitions with cash prizes. (See our current call for entries at The ArtisTTable Figure Show Call! ) We also have an art retreat program that gives artists the opportunity to get away from there studios, gather with other artists in a remote location and spend a week making art and exploring creativity. At the moment we have two retreats available, The next one is this June in Wisconsin, USA, ...


Michael Kors Collection & Vintage Moroccan Rugs

High Style: Antique Rug Selection Inspired by Fashion Week Runways

Posted: March 02, 2015 08:15 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

To View Full Article with Images, visit the Nazmiyal Design Blog. Antique Rugs Inspired by Fashion – At Nazmiyal, we believe that style extends to every aspect of life, from the way we design our homes, to the way we dress. Fashion Week in New York just ended, and we’re feeling so inspired by the beautiful styles worn by the models walking the runways. We couldn’t help but notice that many of the collections shown were reminiscent of styles of antique rugs and vintage carpets in the Nazmiyal inventory! We’ve highlighted a few below, in the hopes that you will also feel that...


French Art Deco Rug 48257 by Leleu at Nazmiyal Collection

The House of Leleu: A Legacy of French Rug Design at Nazmiyal Antique Rug Gallery in New York

Posted: February 18, 2015 07:45 Last Updated: | Omri Schwartz

NEW YORK, NY.- The interior design firm Leleu, named for the family who founded it, was one of the most prominent and well-respected design houses of the 20th century. From furniture design to textiles and beautiful rugs, Leleu was known for its chic and modern creations. This week, Jason Nazmiyal, owner of the Nazmiyal Antique Rug Collection in New York, is pleased to announce to the public the recent addition of three Leleu rugs to his vast collection. “This group of Leleu carpets, which we recently acquired from a private estate in Paris, embodies the ideals of Art Deco design. We’...


Giovanni dal Ponte, Madonna and Child, Circa 1420

Innocence, Temptation, and Power: The Evolution of Women in Art

Posted: February 12, 2015 12:14 Last Updated: | Bill Rau

This is the first of a three part series of blog posts preceding our exhibition Innocence, Temptation and Power: The Evolution of Women in Art, on view at M.S. Rau Antiques from March 27 – May 4. A mystifying creature with the ability to nurture, seduce, create and conquer, women have served as an endless source of inspiration for history’s most iconic artists, representing archetypes of ideal beauty, model behavior, and the ultimate temptation. These canvases invite viewers to peel back their many layers, each telling a different story about the woman it depicts, the artist who pain...


"St.  Jerome in a Dark Chamber" displays the stunning artistry and emotional depth for which Rembrandt is renowned.

A Lasting Impression: Rembrandt's Incredible Etchings

Posted: January 02, 2015 12:00 Last Updated: | Bill Rau

Rembrandt is one of the greatest artists in history, with his name alone being synonymous with fine art itself.  His portraits and genre scenes are iconic, enriched with a level of realism that gives them an exquisite ethereal quality unmatched by any other artist before or since. Yet, few realize that Rembrandt was also a master etcher, and is responsible for not only creating some of the most amazing etchings in history, but he also evolved and gave new life to the entire process of printmaking.   Rembrandt’s painting and etching careers run parallel, and in many cases, i...


French Revival Period with HAND painted Galleries

Preserving the Piano during the Holidays and Beyond

Posted: December 02, 2014 12:44 Last Updated: | Jim Vogelman - JMV Piano Classics

Holiday parties mean festive foods, gifts galore, and guests gathered 'round the piano singing carols. But whether tickling the ivories, or planning to give or receive a piano this season, it's still important to know how to maintain its appeal and the quality of its sound for years to come. Jim Vogelman, President of JMV Classics, a Florida-based piano design company that specializes in creating unique, custom art case pianos, offers helpful tips on piano maintenance: Maintaining one's piano may also help maintain one's well-being   Recent studies show that active par...


This incredible Aubusson tapestry is modeled on the work Les constructeurs sur fond bleu by Fernand Léger

Woven Masterpieces: Aubusson Fine Art Tapestries

Posted: November 03, 2014 09:25 Last Updated: | Bill Rau

At the ateliers of Aubusson, tapestries are woven today in the same way they were hundreds of years ago. An art both ancient and modern, the tradition of Aubusson woven masterpieces experienced a modern revival in the early twentieth century. Pablo Picasso, Fernand Léger, Georges Braque, Henri Matisse, Marc Chagall – these are just some of the master artists of the 1930s who contributed their works to the ancient art. From the 13th century, tapestry making was a flourishing art in France. At a time when the upper echelon of society resided in large, expansive estates, tapestries were us...


The ethereal light of the moon cast a glow upon this nocturnal dock scene painted by Grimshaw in 1883 entitled "Whitby"

Truth to Nature: The Paintings of John Atkinson Grimshaw

Posted: September 17, 2014 15:33 Last Updated: | Bill Rau

The consummate, self-taught Victorian artist John Atkinson Grimshaw possessed an unquestionable gift for painting. The influence of the Pre-Raphaelite Movement is apparent throughout Grimshaw’s oeuvre, and he worked these ideals to create awe-inspiring land and cityscapes unlike any artist before or since. Disappointed by the “mechanized” ideologies of academic art, the Pre-Raphaelites utilized exacting details, luminous palettes and sincerity to subject that ushered in a new era of expression in the 19th-century British art world. Grimshaw took their teachings and used them to craft am...


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