The history of furniture is a record of the continuity of design through changing social patterns and customs.
America's national identity in the nineteenth century was largely dependent on its landscape. The museum's large holdings of landscapes sheds light on the period.
The museum's collection of drawings, paintings, and watercolors is one of the most complete representations of a nineteenth-century American artist in any museum.
Tracing 3 centuries of discovery and development of different types of porcelain in Europe and the US.
A look at the appearance of the iconic classical structure in drawings, furniture, photos, birdcages, wallpaper & more.
Tracing the colorful history of the craft of ceramic tile-making over 400 years.
A handbook of architectural drawings of all types, from initial sketch to final presentation.
A tour-de-force of ingenuity and craftsmanship, this collection of keys and locks spans from ancient times to the present.
An illustrated tour of the amazing and mind-bogglingly intricate world of bobbin and needle-made lace.