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Exhibit looks at history, influence of French parks and gardens Katherine Roth ASSOCIATED PRESS

green space in Paris was rapidly expanded 100fold, from about 45 acres to 4,500 acres. The result was transformational in many ways, and sparked a real mania for gardening and for the outdoors,”

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NEW YORK – Just in time for spring, a section of the Metropolitan Museum of Art has been transformed into a sort of 19th-century palm garden encircled by colorful galleries featuring still lifes, landscapes and other works – complete with Parisian-style signage and park benches – that trace the history of French parks and gardens. The exhibit makes a case that France’s parks and gardens, particularly their dramatic transformation under Napoleon III, had a huge impact on art, horticulture and the concept of outdoor leisure. “Public Parks, Private Gardens: Paris to Provence,” on view through July 29, consists of 175 paintings, drawings, photographs, prints, illustrated books and even period watering cans and gardening tools. It reveals what happened after the French Revolution, when the nation’s many royal gardens and hunting grounds were opened to the public. Suddenly, Paris was transformed from a warren of alleyways to a city of tree-lined boulevards, parks and public green spaces. These became open-air salons for city dwellers and inspired suburbanites to cultivate their own flower gardens. “The amount of public 2R

Edouard Manet’s “The Monet Family in Their Garden at Argenteuil” is an oil on canvas from 1874. The work is part of the exhibit in New York.

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says curator Susan Alyson Stein, who organized the show with curator Colta Ives. The transformation is richly illustrated by the Met’s collection of works from artists ranging from Camille Corot to Henri Matisse, many of whom were gardeners. The works are supplemented by a selection of private-collection loans. The show begins with a section called “Revolution in the Garden,” which traces a shift in garden design in the years surrounding the French Revolution of 1789. The very formal style perfected under King Louis XIV at Versailles and the Tuileries gave way to a more naturalistic and meandering aesthetic in the manner of English parks.

ways. The newly renovated Parc Monceau, for instance, is represented by two paintings by Claude Monet alongside a view by Gustave Caillebotte. Other parks are seen through the eyes of Childe Hassam, Auguste Renoir, Georges Seurat, James McNeill Whistler and others. In “The Revival of the Floral Still Life,” the exhibit showcases the revival of that genre alongside the boom in floriculture of the time. Botany had emerged as a science, and the nursery industry expanded. There are vividly colored paintings of bouquets, often picked from the artists’ own gardens. Hanging side by side are paintings of peonies and roses by Gustave Courbet and Edouard Manet, sunflowers as seen by Monet and Vincent Van Gogh, and the lilacs of Henri Matisse alongside those of Mary Cassatt. “You see a real dialogue between the artists and what they found for inspiration,” Stein says. The second half of the show focuses on private gardens and portraits in gardens, revealing glimpses of backyard retreats where artists cultivated plants and socialized, relaxed and set up their easels to paint. The exhibit is timed to overlap with

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the Met’s “Visitors to Versailles (16821789)” show, on view from April 16 through July 29, which focuses on visitors’ impressions of that palace and its gardens during the century before the French Revolution. Viewed together, the exhibits open a window on French culture from the late 17th century through the early 20th century.

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The “Parks for the Public” section explores the opening of royal enclaves after the revolution and later the transformation of Paris under Napoleon III into a city of leafy boulevards, parks and squares. Royal hunting grounds like those at Fontainebleau were turned into a network of public hiking trails, inspiring the establishment of the first National Parks in the United States. “One of the pronounced characteristics of our Parisian society is that ... everyone in the middle class wants to have his little house with trees, roses and dahlias, his big or little garden, his rural piece of the good life,” wrote French journalist Eugene Chapus in 1860, in the midst of this period. Groupings of works portraying particular parks in or around Paris allow visitors to compare the way various painters and early photographers captured the same places in very different

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‘Genuine leather?’ ‘Real wood?’ How to read furniture labels Katherine Roth ASSOCIATED PRESS

Americans spend billions of dollars a year on furniture, but they’re often not getting what they paid for. A big part of the problem is misleading labels, experts say. Terms like “genuine leather” and “real wood,” which seem straightforward enough, can be industry codewords for composite materials. And once items arrive on your doorstep, furniture – unlike most other consumer goods – is often too cumbersome to return. It’s also the type of product that people buy infrequently, and so they might be unsure what to look for. “The language that companies sometimes use to sell their furniture is so funny and misleading that even I was duped by an online ad into thinking I was getting something made of solid wood,” says Jen Levin, who owns the Maine-based Chilton Furniture Co.

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with her husband, Jared. They specialize in Shaker-style wood furniture. “I am extremely particular about wood, and my husband laughed his head off when he learned I’d been fooled into buying furniture made of some kind of composite. And guess what? It would have been such a pain to return the chairs that I ended up keeping them,” she says. “It’s embarrassing to admit.” “The minute I pulled them out of the box I knew they were wrong. They were too lightweight, and if you look at where the chair leg meets the seat, there was a little space where the so-called ‘wood grain’ stopped and the leg was just a pulpy white.” Levin and other furniture experts advise consumers to ask questions about what they’re buying. The term “topgrain leather” indicates a higher quality product than “bonded” or “genuine” leather. “Solid wood,” or better yet a specific type and quality of solid wood, indicates higher quality than “real wood” or, for example, “cherry colored wood,” terms often used to misrepresent lower-

Wood “We recommend looking for quality construction details, such as dovetailed drawer corners, mortise-and-tenon joinery on furniture tops and rails, and floating anti-warp cleats on dining table tops and headboards,” Paccione says. “Intricate wood carvings or hand-applied accents can only be achieved with great attention and skill. They are good indicators that the piece was made with care.”

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quality wood furniture. “The difference is truly in the details,” says Tracy Paccione, senior vice president of merchandizing for Ethan Allen furniture. But, she says, “there are some things you can look for to distinguish high-quality furniture from the rest.”

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leather. Paccione says Ethan Allen “only uses topgrain and full-grain leather for its upholstered furniture pieces.” Know your leather lingo: “Bonded leather” is a material that has been reprocessed from many leather pieces, which typically have been ground up, reconstituted and glued together into a sheet. It is typically less resilient than hide, and is more likely to crack and peel. “Genuine leather” is made from a hide, but the term doesn’t necessarily mean it is well made. Bonded leather that contains only hide parts can be marketed as genuine leather. “Top-grain leather” comes from the most durable part of the hide. It is lightly sanded or buffed to minimize natural markings. “Full-grain leather” is unaltered by sanding or buffing, so it retains the hide’s natural markings and is of-

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z 310 Bottecchia Blvd, 84 Lumber Acquisition and Development Company Lp, Johnstown Investments LLC, 3/14/ 2018, $380,000 z 308 Bottecchia Blvd, 84 Lumber Acquisition and Development Company Lp, Johnstown Investments LLC, 3/14/ 2018, $380,000 Monroe Township z 5359 Miller Church Rd, Taylor Gregory A and Billie Jo, Nyeste Danielle K and Lassak Daniel A, 3/14/2018, $250,500 Newark z 910 Golden Dr, Paul John and Renee, Jones Robert L and Andrea M, 3/14/ 2018, $309,000 Newton Township z 7426 Licking Springs Rd, Stair Timothy W, Mechling Brandon Christopher Lee and Charis, 3/12/2018, $124,900 Perry Township z 15637 Mccown Rd, Giuliani Michael J and Mary E, Frost Leigh A and Natalie B, 3/14/2018, $49,900 Hebron z National Rd, Painter Curtis P and Geraldine N, Painter Michael Curtis and Erwin Leslie Tess, 3/16/2018, $229,260 Union Township z Granview Rd, Bowman Edith J and

Dale, Lofquist Thomas S, 3/14/2018, $279,500 z 4103 Granview Rd, Bowman Dale A and Edith J, Lofquist Thomas S, 3/14/ 2018, $279,500 z National Rd, Painter Curtis P and Geraldine N, Painter Michael Curtis and Erwin Leslie Tess, 3/16/2018, $229,260 Heath z 152 Irving Wick Dr E Lot 9, Marshall Robert, Rideout Stephen S, 3/14/2018, $2,000 Newark z 950 Troy Ct, Jones Andrea M and Robert L III, Offenberger Rachel D, 3/ 12/2018, $127,500 z 376 Cedar N St, Gibson Brett Trustee, Anderson Nathan R and Bremer Erin E, 3/16/2018, $70,000 z 404 Eastern Ave, Grigsby David P and Bonnie L, Munyan Jessica E, 3/16/2018, $72,000 z 64 Wilson St, Goodwin Craig B and Gloria J Trustees, Inman Thomas L, 3/16/2018, $26,450 z 1045 Weiant Ave, Rodgers Mary, Chaialee Saengdao, 3/14/2018, $21,000 z 95 Linden Ave, Thomson Bertram R and Brigitte A, Tomlinson Jason S and Kari K, 3/16/2018, $99,900

z 1000 Shaw Dr, Clary Investments LLC, Dejesus Joseph and Kandis D, 3/12/ 2018, $159,500 z 725 Snowdon Dr, Denison John B and Carol A, Richards Cynthia A, 3/16/2018, $255,000 z 329 10th St, Emde Mindi K and Michael W, Maines Daniele R and Lacroix Donitta M, 3/14/2018, $66,000 z 238 Park Trails Dr, Levino Rene P and Evelyn A, Diklich-Standley Jocelyn, 3/16/2018, $274,900 z 633 Greenwood Loop, Anderson Phil, Wilcox Cory Allen Vincent and Hannah Elizabeth, 3/14/2018, $320,000 Pataskala z 320 Roberts Dr, Ebright Jason R, Knowles Harold H Revocable Living Trust, 3/16/2018, $54,500 z 324 Edgemont Ct, Mays John Richard and Tessily, Ireland Jesse T and Melissa, 3/14/2018, $230,000 z 3851 Dixon Rd SW, Ashbaugh Shawn A, Bayer Chase Pr, 3/14/2018, $140,000 z 6393 Summit Rd, WBH Columbus LLC, Devore Kimberly J and Homan Timothy A, 3/15/2018, $130,000 z 210 Cedar St Lot 209, Coulter Stephen Brian II, Richardson Victoria K, 3/16/2018, $5,000

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65 Chestnut St, North NewarkMove-in ready home, nicely updated! New flooring, paint, light fixtures & doors throughout. New kitchen w/pantry includes new cabinets/counter tops/sink & microwave. Newer windows, siding, gutters, plumbing, electric, roof, A/C, furnace & hot water heater. $69,900

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209 Quaker Rd, HeathBeautiful 4 bed, 1.5 bath all brick ranch w/full basement. 24x30 attached garage, great for car enthusiast/collector. Wonderful updated kitchen. Replacement windows. Neutral decor. Fenced yard. $129,900

81 Fairfield Ave, North Newark-

443 Central Ave, NewarkGreat opportunity for Investor or Buyer! Home sitting on double lot. Private formal living & dining, eat in kitchen, rear lot for playing & more. Hardwood floors, lots of character, front sitting room covered front porch & screened in rear surrounded by windows! Garage, covered porch, $129,900 front porch, newer roof! $77,900 Well cared for 4 Bedroom, 1.5 Bath home,

1197 Brittany Hills E, Northwest NewarkBeautifully maintained home on cul-de-sac lot offering extra privacy. Formal & informal entertaining areas. High quality finishes throughout. Main level laundry room, vaulted ceiling Owner’s suite includes a large loft area. Full unfinished basement with poured concrete walls. Large deck, covered front porch. $285,500

742 Lake Shore Dr, HebronSpacious 4 level split located in Harbor Hills, ample living space & room to entertain. 1st floor laundry, Owner’s suite w/huge walk-in closet, 4 car attached garage great for that collector car or workshop! 4 season room w/panoramic views, rear deck & patio, easy access to private boat dock on Maple Bay! $479,000

637 Brighton St, Pickerington103 Oak Run, HeathBeautiful 3 bedroom, 2 and ½ bath condo Nice home located in Preston Trails located at The Villages of River Oaks. Open concept, gas log fireplace, 2 car offering 3 beds, 2 ½ baths, living room attached garage, walk in closets, 1st floor & family, room, loft, 2nd floor laundry, laundry, 2nd level bedroom could also be bonus living room great for entertaining! and fire place to stay cozy. $239,900 $229,000

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7363 Mount Vernon Rd, Saint Louisville9.6 acres residential, mini-farm/commercial use. Ranch style home w/updates offering great room & home office w/separate entrance. Private patio, large covered front porch. Large storage room for work shop or additional space w/double utility doors to side of home. $179,900

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340 Rodney Lane, HeathRiver Oaks Lots, Heath-River Equestrian Facility w/a total of 35.74 Oaks Subdivisionacres(10-15 acres wooded & 8-9 acres Restricted home sites w/city water & farmland), 166’ x 60’ new barn addition sewer. Convenient to SR 16, SR 79 & w/tack room, 2 wash bays, 8 stalls, 130’ x 60’ mirrored indoor arena, lighted 1-70. Great location for the commuter. outdoor arena, 66’ covered round Total of 40 lots available in subdivision. $649,900 Prices vary.

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