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Review: Québec Folk Art

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Review by John Fleming

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EAN-FRANÇOIS Blanchette, recently retired as curator from the Canadian Museum of History after a research career in the fields of furniture his­tory (18th and...
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Sport and the Decorative Arts

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Editorial by John Fleming

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N THE WORLD of entertainment today, sport appears to play an ever-expanding role in the opiate spaces of the public imagination. In the...
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Flies Fit for a King

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Article by Jason Klimock

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KILLFULLY MADE FISHING FLIES of all types are noteworthy, and yet there is something especially captivating about the exquisite salmon flies of the nineteenth...
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The Hockey Photo with Legs

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Article by Sheldon Posen, Ph.D.

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N 1934, THE ST. LAWRENCE STARCH Company Ltd. of Port Credit, Ontario, introduced a campaign to promote sales of their Bee Hive...
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Sculptural Utility

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Article by Lorraine Johnson

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ITH FREEDOM AND SPEED defining the most adept skateboarders’ moves, it’s easy to be dazzled by the motion and lose sight of the...
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