Homes & Antiques' June issue is out now!

The June issue of Homes & Antiques is out today!

Now that summer is firmly on the horizon, it’s time to sit back, bathe in the glorious sunshine and delve into a world of exquisite antiques, striking interiors and artistic finesse.  

Psst! Did you know that this issue is our art special? Inside, we take a look at the bold and elegant vintage posters of the 19th century, and discover how they enabled the art of advertising to flourish. We also explore iconic works by pioneering artists and uncover affordable ways to buy 20th-century art now.

Plus, find out how to mix decorative antiques with chic, modern design to create a flower-filled country retreat, as celebrity florist Nikki Tibbles takes us on a tour of her beautiful country home.

As usual, H&A is packed full of specialist antiques advice. This month, Antiques Roadshow expert Rupert Maas gives tips on how to spot the finest Victorian engraved prints, while Rachel Turnbull, English Heritage's senior collections fine art conservator, reveals that there’s more to caring for fine art than meets the eye.

You’ll also get a list of the best antiques and vintage fairs in June, a tour around Houghton Hall, and a fascinating look back at the history of paint.

The June issue of Home & Antiques is available in shops and in digital format now!

 

The art of the pin-up

From the colourful and bold to the hand-drawn and elegant, pick up our June issue and enjoy the visual impacts of 19th-century vintage posters. Discover how the growth of advertising in travel, film-making and entertainment have influenced this golden era of design. 

 

 

The power of flowers  

Florist to the stars, Nikki Tibbles' Sussex home effortlessly blends decorative antiques with 20th-century design to create a chic, flower-filled country retreat.  

 

 

 

Temple of the arts 

Once home to Sir Robert Walpole, Great Britain's first prime minister, Haughton Hall is rightly considered a Palladian gem; renowned not only for its lavish William Kent interiors, but also for its 18th-century art and antiques. 

 

What lies beneath   

With painterly skills and the know-how of an art historian, English Heritage's fine art conservator Rachel Turnbull reveals there's more to the works of art in her care than meets the eye. 

 

 

 

Buy your copy of Homes & Antiques' June issue in shops or in digital format today! 

 

On Sale Date: 
28th April 2017
Issue Number: 
295
Available
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