The line between decorative art and fine art grows ever fuzzier, with some declaring that it no longer even exists at all, if it ever did. I wouldn't go that far, but clearly what might once have been dismissed as elements of interior design can now more easily pass for, say, domestic art, for lack of a better, more all-encompassing term — not mere bric-a-brac or tchotchkes, but objects esteemed as much for their aesthetic grace as for their utilitarian value,... More >>>