American Bronze Casting

American bronze casting is an integral part of the story of great US art. In fact a fine bronze casting is often the state gift of choice from the US Government to world leaders. However, ... Continue Reading →

James Madison

The lifespan of James Madison (1751-1636) encompasses the genesis of the United States of America. James Madison was politically active in the push for American Independence, and the ... Continue Reading →
John Adams

John Adams

John Adams was born in 1735 in Quincy, Massachusetts. After finishing his studies from Harvard in 1775, John Adams decided to study law, and in a few years, he was admitted to the bar. ... Continue Reading →
Aaron Douglas

Harlem Renaissance

The Harlem Renaissance flourished between the two world wars, and was known as “the New Negro Movement”, after a 1925 anthology. Encompassing music, literature and art, ... Continue Reading →
Historical wall décor

Historical wall décor

As anybody with any experience in the field of interior design will tell you, it is always a good idea to take notice of past trends in historical wall décor. Continue Reading →
Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt

The 26th US president was Theodore Roosevelt and he was famous for being awarded with the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906 for his role as negotiator in the Russo-Japanese War. Roosevelt was ... Continue Reading →
Harley Davidson

Harley Davidson: A Legendary History

From a 1901 engine blueprint, to the first production machine in 1903, and on to the latest, 122 horsepower, V-Rod Muscle, Harley Davidson have been building iconic motorcycles for ... Continue Reading →
Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon endured the most public downfall of any president of the United States. His legacy will be forever tainted by the Watergate scandal. Unfortunately this means that the ... Continue Reading →

Ronald Reagan

Ronald Reagan was the 40th President of the United States. Born in Illinois in 1911, he graduated from Eureka College before becoming a radio broadcaster in Iowa and then moving to ... Continue Reading →
The design of colonial furniture is still appreciated

Impact of U.S. Colonial Era Still Felt Today

The colonial era in the United States refers to the nearly 150 years of exploration and colonization undertaken by European powers in North America, that began in the early 1600s and ... Continue Reading →