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Summer 6 | w departments 8 Advertiser Index 12 Editor’s Letter 14 Discoveries 38 Happenings 111 Treasure Hunt Contents Summer 2020 Volume XIX, Issue 2 Antiques & Fine Art (ISSN: 2162-4607), vol. XIX, issue 2, is published four times a year (Anniversary/Spring (January–March), Summer (April–June), Autumn (July–September), Winter (October–December)) by Pure Imaging, Inc., 9 Fowle Street, Woburn, MA 01801. Material in this publication may not be reproduced in any form without written permission from the publisher. Contents copyright ©2020 Pure Imaging, Inc. All rights reserved. The advertiser seeking the services of Antiques & Fine Art and/or Pure Imaging, Inc., will indemnify and save harmless Antiques & Fine Art and/or Pure Imaging, Inc., and its agents from any liabilities, claims, lawsuits, damages, or expenses, including attorney’s fees and costs that may arise out of publication of the advertiser’s/agency ads or materials. Every e ort has been made to ensure thatall informationpresented in this issue isaccurateandneither Antiques&FineArt, Pure Imaging, Inc.,noranyof itssta is responsible foromissionsor information thathasbeenmisrepresented to themagazine.PeriodicalpostagepaidatWoburn,MA,andadditional mailing o ces. Postmaster, send address changes to Antiques & Fine Art, P.O. Box 3000, Denville, NJ 07834-3000. Subscription price is $15 for 1 year and $25 for 2 years (800.783.4903). Printed in the USA. 54 Interpreting the Documentary Evidence: Recreating George & Martha Washington’s Front Parlor By Adam T. Erby 62 At Sea: The New Maritime Galleries at the Peabody Essex Museum By Daniel Finamore and George Schwartz 72 New Beginnings: Romantics and Modernists in the West By Laura Smith and MaLin Wilson-Powell 82 British Masterworks: Ninety Years of Collecting at Colonial Williamsburg By Ronald L. Hurst and Margaret Beck Pritchard 92 The Electrifying Art and Spaces of Robert Winthrop Chanler By Gina J. Wouters 100 Rare and Wondrous: Birds in Art and Culture 1620–1820 By Paula Reich winterthur}primer 108 Triangulating the World: Chinese Wallpaper in Guadalajara, Spain, and the American East Coast By Olivia Armandro tribute 110 Dr. John Driscoll 1949–2020 By Glenn Adamson features on[the[cover (detail) Reconstructed sofa in Mount Vernon’s front parlor. Courtesy, Mount Vernon Ladies’ Association. Photo, Gavin Ashworth. From Interpreting the Documentary Evidence: Recreating George & Martha Washington’s Front Parlor, pages 54–61. 110 72 92 62 82 100