Inside Summer 2023
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A National Collection of Artists’ Books
Once the private collection of a Mexican billionaire, the Aramont Library was recently donated to the Library of Congress, where it now showcases the interplay between artists and writers
By Rebecca Rego Barry
Mapping Willa Cather
On the land that inspired the Nebraska novelist in her 150th year
By Jennifer Howard
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Gently Mad
The Art of the Digital Hunt
How one bibliophile finds beautiful books in India where antiquarian collecting is a rare passion
The Land Library Branches Out in a Colorado High Valley
Blaise Cendrars, the Radical Poet
A Victorian Alpinist’s Ascent
Albert Smith’s Mont Blanc
In View
Notes from a City of Change
A new look at Berenice Abbott’s New York album
The National Gallery of Art descends into six centuries of depictions of Hell inspired by Dante
Beyond the Basics
The Lives of Booksellers
Some lesser-known accounts of the antiquarian book trade
From Bricklaying to Telephone Guidance
A roundup of first editions, manuscripts, and one dog
How I Got Started
Decorated Bindings
Collector Lowell Thing
Henry Voigt believes we are what we eat.“I have always been interested in food and wine, how culture is expressed in food and social customs, and the…
Throughout history, many cultures have depicted birds in art, from the elaborate mosaics of ancient Rome to the elegant drawings of the Renaissance.…
Centuries after its creation, the literary masterpiece by Dante Alighieri (1265–1321) remains widely read and relevant to modern society.
On April 20, 2023, Potter Auctions sold the first selection from Robert Hess’s vast collection of material related to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and…