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Americana Celebration
by Clayton Pennington

Concord, New Hampshire “I thought it was great—it was better than the first two,” said promoter Peter Mavris several days after Americana Celebration, the one-day show he produces at the Douglas Everett Arena in Concord, New Hampshire, closed. The show happens on Tuesday during Antiques Week in New Hampshire, and it ... (Read More)

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New Owner for Wolfeboro Antiques & Artisan Barn
by M.A.D. staff

The Wolfeboro Antiques & Artisan Barn in Wolfeboro, New Hampshire, is under new management. Kyle Copeland now owns and manages the 30-dealer group shop that has been in business for almost 20 years and was formerly known as the 1810 House. The shop is located in a 1765 two-story dairy ... (Read More)

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Tighter and Better: Gurley Show in Deerfield
by Fran Kramer

Deerfield Antique Show, Deerfield, New Hampshire When we walked into one of two long tin-roofed buildings at the Deerfield Fairgrounds, located about 30 minutes from Manchester, New Hampshire, at 9 a.m. on August 6 to view the one-day Deerfield Antique Show, the first dealer we met said, “This show is tighter ... (Read More)

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Early Birds
by Fran Kramer

Milford Antiques Show, Milford, New Hampshire The early bird gets the-you-know-what, but just how early is that bird? How about 6:30 a.m. on a summer morning in Milford, New Hampshire? That is when promoter Jack Donigian opens his once-a-week show six months out of the year and at the beginning of ... (Read More)

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Good Things Come in Small Packages
by Fran Kramer

From Out of the Woods Buy and Fly Antique Show, Goffstown, New Hampshire “How many dealers in the show?” is a common question we have all asked. Bigger, however, does not always mean better. The 25 dealer booths on the lawn of a well-known antiques group shop in Goffstown, New Hampshire, ... (Read More)

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Maine Antiques Festival Approaching Middle Age at 37
by Mark Sisco

Maine Antiques Festival, Union, Maine With about 150 exhibitors, the Maine Antiques Festival, held in Union, Maine, August 3-5, lays claim to being the largest antiques show in Maine. I arrived in the early afternoon on Saturday, a bit after the early rush dissipated. As a reporter, one can always get ... (Read More)

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William Birch, Ingenious Artist
by Lita Solis-Cohen

In celebration of the tenth anniversary of its Visual Culture Program, the Library Company of Philadelphia has mounted an exhibition, William Birch, Ingenious Artist: His Life, His Philadelphia Views, and His Legacy, and will hold a one-day symposium on October 5, “William Birch and the Complexities of American Visual Culture.” The ... (Read More)

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The Wyeth Experience: A Series of Special Tours
by M.A.D. staff

The Farnsworth Art Museum in Rockland, Maine, is offering a special series of tours, “The Wyeth Experience.” These three-hour tours include the museum’s Wyeth Center and the Olson House in Cushing, where Andrew Wyeth painted for three decades. Tours will take place Friday and Saturday mornings throughout July, August, and ... (Read More)

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Americana and Paintings
by Frances McQueeney-Jones Mascolo

Eldred’s, East Dennis, Massachusetts Photos courtesy Eldred’s A summer auction on Cape Cod is a more than acceptable way to pass an afternoon. Over the course of three days, August 1-3, under a green and white striped tent in East Dennis, Massachusetts, Eldred’s sold nearly 1400 lots of Americana objects and paintings. ... (Read More)

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TEFAF and Artvest Separate
by M.A.D. staff

In 2016 TEFAF (The European Fine Art Foundation) expanded into the United States, a move facilitated by Artvest, owned by Michael Plummer and Jeff Rabin, via a two-year management services agreement with TEFAF New York. The TEFAF New York Fall show was launched in October 2016, and TEFAF New York ... (Read More)
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