Peter Tillou is depositing his assets in the 1904 landmark bank building in Torrington, Conn., after purchasing, fully restoring, and resc
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“I learned from looking back,” says Robert Kuo.
Cornelius Vanderbilt II’s Manhattan townhouse was the epitome of grandeur and grace during the 1880s.
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There is no such thing as a permanent collection.
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The insurance tycoon wanted for nothing, and he planned to keep it that way.
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Visit the Smith College art exhibition Corot to Picasso, now on a two-year tour of American museums, and you will see a work by Edga