Realism first put the Hamptons on the art map in the late 1800s. Southampton became the destination of choice for aspiring artists, thanks to William Merritt Chase and the Shinnecock Hills Summer School of Art, for which Chase created the Art Village.
Hamptons Cottages & Gardens - July-1 2012
The 18th century meets the 21st in mixed-media artist Anita Madeira’s art-filled Bridgehampton home.
Want to make your own wine at home? Let Michael Cinque show you how.
At the home they share in Sagaponack, friends and fellow artists Ross Bleckner and Eric Freeman indulge in tranquil beauty.
New and notable from the Hamptons and beyond
Artist Stephanie Reit creates and collects wonderfully whimsical birdhouses
Endlessly energetic and deeply passionate about nature, horse enthusiast and sculptor Marsia Holzer lives life to the fullest at her circa-1910 oceanfront cottage in Water Mill.
At her home in Bridgehampton, artist and textile designer Madeline Weinrib paints a pretty picture
These local discoveries have caught our expert’s eye
The Animal Rescue Fund (ARF) of the Hamptons held its 2nd annual Thrift Shop Designer Showhouse, featuring special designer room vignettes created from both thrift shop donations and personal contributions. Everything in the rooms was for sale, with proceeds benefiting ARF.
What do you love to collect?
Artist Cindy Sherman casts her eye on a historic Greek Revival in Sag Harbor.