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  • Paul Kozal Photography, Napa in Fog
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    Luminous and ethereal, Paul Kozal's photographs are suffused with quiet, intense beauty. He shoots primarily in black and white, often toning or hand-tinting his images to enhance their atmospheric and evocative quality. Among his favorite subjects are the landscapes that surround his home in Northern California, as seen in this sepia-toned image of a fog-veiled barn in the Napa Valley. 41 1/2" wide x 33 1/2" high overall. Limited-edition print, signed by the artist. Printed on glossy photo paper. Mounted with a beveled white, acid-free paper mat. Set behind Plexiglas in a walnut-finished wood frame. Ready to hang with sawtooth mount at the back.
  • CB2 Water Tower Print
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    Chicago high rise. Water Tower captures the majesty and resilience of a Chicago landmark—one of the few surviving buildings from the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. Artist Ben Holiday originally rendered this image in oil on acrylic layered with spray paint and hand-drawn ink, which is digitally replicated here on canvas. Against the cool contrast of a rainy April sky, the historic Chicago Water Tower glows as "a reincarnation of the heat and flames once surrounding the structure during the Great Chicago Fire." ben holiday. Chicago-based artist Ben Holiday draws inspiration from a broad range of subjects and eras for his elaborate compositions—from 1920s terra cotta architecture to 1980s NYC transit graffiti. With a background in architecture, Holiday has a deep understanding of how powerfully a simple line can illustrate perspective. His unique style of painting blends hand-drafting over spray enamels and metallics on architectural materials, such as acrylic, wood and leather. CB2 Edition LMTD: CB2 Edition LMTD original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 Edition LMTD print has a limited-edition release of 144. Details and Dimensions: Water tower print. 36"Wx48"H. CB2 Edition LMTD print by Ben Holiday. Digital print on stretched canvas. Wipe with soft, dry cloth. Made in China. Overall Dimensions: Width: 36" Height: 48"
  • Alligator Print
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    In their studio in Texas, artist Adam Cohen and Ben Labay create striking prints by painting ink onto actual animal specimens to create detailed impressions on paper. The technique—which they adapted from the traditional Japanese art of Goyotaku, or "fish rubbing"" – captures each animal's unique form with compelling realism. Surrounded by white space and a sleek, simple frame, the fruits of this centuries-old craft become compelling contemporary works of art. 45" sq. including frame. Life-sized image of an American alligator, created by inking the animal itself. Our expert reproduction is giclée printed on archival paper. Mounted behind Plexiglas in a solid wood frame with an antiqued silver finish. D-rings at the back for hanging.
  • Erin Malone Waterway Print
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    A light-filled landscape takes on a dreamy quality in Waterway by award-winning American photographer Erin Malone. Known for her moody imagery and the blurred surfaces in her work, Malone explores time, light, motion and the layers of what happens when these elements are mixed together. 41.25" wide x 44.25" high overall. Printed on photographic paper using archival inks. Limited edition; each item is stamped and numbered by artist. Expertly matted and mounted behind plexiglass. Hardwood frame has a painted silver finish.
  • Charcoal Landscape Lake Sketch
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    The landscapes of American artist Stacie Clark can’t be found on any map. Created through collagraph printing—in which paper mat boards are carved and augmented, then inked and pressed like printing plates—they are explorations of form and composition. These expert reproductions capture every nuance of Clark’s original, hand-pulled prints. Giclée printed on archival paper. Expert printing captures every detail. Mounted behind glass and cream paper mats. Wood frames have a distressed, silver-leaf finish. Ready to hang with a wire at the back. 24" wide x 26" high overall (image is 16" wide x 11" high). Made in USA.
  • CB2 Los Angeles Framed Map Print
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    On the map. Los Angeles navigates a graphic love letter to the City of Angels in a hand-inked original design. In a time-intensive process that takes approximately 12 hours, artist Dan Elliott cuts stencils and applies ink to reveal the words "Robust American Love" and "Los Angeles." Each unique piece is made using a vintage map of the city. In urban graffiti style, the text speaks to romanticized notions of California, especially Los Angeles, where Elliott imagines to be "always warm, always perfect, everyone always beautiful and always on the beach". Dan elliott. Artist Dan Elliott explores letterpress printing and mixed media to create designs that he describes in contradictory terms: Clean and messy, clear and abstract, simple and complex. Based in North Carolina, Elliott's work is largely influenced by the history of art and graphic design—from the Arts and Crafts movement of the late 19th-century and avant-garde styles of the early 20th-century to Gutenberg's first moveable type press. CB2 Edition LMTD: CB2 Edition LMTD original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 Edition LMTD screen print has a limited-edition release of 50. Details and Dimensions: Los angeles framed map print. 23"Wx36"D. CB2 Edition LMTD screen print by Dan Elliott. Original screen print on vintage paper map. Wood frame. Wipe with soft, dry cloth. Made in USA. Overall Dimensions: Width: 23" Depth: 36"
  • 18th C. Intaglios on French Royal Paper 4
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    In the 18th century, with the excavation of Pompeii, Greco-Roman plaster reliefs became collectibles in France and other European countries. Selections of finely reproduced intaglios are grouped together and mounted on official French royal pronouncements dating from the same period. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Each intaglio is an intimately scaled relief of an antique portrait or bust, in varying shapes. Backed with official French royal pronouncements from the king, extracts from the Board of State Registers, each with the headline De Par Le Roy. Dates of the pronouncements vary from 1740 to 1792. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail. Equipped with D-rings for mounting.
  • Bonnie Lammar Photography, Windows of Perspective
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    Two of Northern California photographer Bonnie Lammar's signature subjects—nature and architecture—come together in this image. Soft focus and saturated color lend an almost surreal quality to the scene of a seaside meadow. This limited-edition print is signed by the artist. 48 1/2"W x 36 1/2"H overall. Signed, numbered limited edition. Printed on glossy photo paper. Set behind Plexiglas in a solid wood frame with a satin-black finish. Ready to hang with D-rings at the back.
  • 18th C. Intaglios on French Royal Paper 2
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    In the 18th century, with the excavation of Pompeii, Greco-Roman plaster reliefs became collectibles in France and other European countries. Selections of finely reproduced intaglios are grouped together and mounted on official French royal pronouncements dating from the same period. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Each intaglio is an intimately scaled relief of an antique portrait or bust, in varying shapes. Backed with official French royal pronouncements from the king, extracts from the Board of State Registers, each with the headline De Par Le Roy. Dates of the pronouncements vary from 1740 to 1792. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail. Equipped with D-rings for mounting.
  • Safari Animals with Burled Wood Frame, Zebra
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    The keen eye of the photographer brings exotic beauty into focus. Printed in sepia tones, these portraits capture their subjects with classic grace and graphic verve. Each is set in a wide, scooped frame crafted from solid acacia wrapped in rich birds eye maple veneer. Printed on photographic paper using archival inks. Expertly matted and framed in hardwood. Set behind glass. Ready to hang with D-rings at back. Image: 15" x 11 1/4". Overall: 24" x 19 1/2", framed. Made in the UK.
  • 18th C. Intaglios on French Royal Paper 1
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    In the 18th century, with the excavation of Pompeii, Greco-Roman plaster reliefs became collectibles in France and other European countries. Selections of finely reproduced intaglios are grouped together and mounted on official French royal pronouncements dating from the same period. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Each intaglio is an intimately scaled relief of an antique portrait or bust, in varying shapes. Backed with official French royal pronouncements from the king, extracts from the Board of State Registers, each with the headline De Par Le Roy. Dates of the pronouncements vary from 1740 to 1792. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail. Equipped with D-rings for mounting.
  • Empirical Style Horsetail Botanical Wall Chart
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    These vintage style science wall chart featuring bold botanical illustrations are an incredible wall feature. They are printed on linen cloth-backed paper and flanked with a wooden rod at the top and bottom and cloth tie to hang. These charts are printed in the same European printing shop and by the same family company since the 1950′s. The work is done by hand preventing any loss of colour or artistic nuance and guarantees the outstanding quality of each chart. Mounted on canvas and fitted with wooden rods, nylon cord and fabric tie. Chart dimensions - W 23 inches x 44 inches. This series of graphic botanical and zoological images was illustrated by Jung-Koch-Quentell in the 1890's and updated in the 1950's and 1960's. These ship from Australia and have a current lead time of 6 weeks.
  • 18th C. Intaglios on French Royal Paper 3
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    In the 18th century, with the excavation of Pompeii, Greco-Roman plaster reliefs became collectibles in France and other European countries. Selections of finely reproduced intaglios are grouped together and mounted on official French royal pronouncements dating from the same period. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Each intaglio is an intimately scaled relief of an antique portrait or bust, in varying shapes. Backed with official French royal pronouncements from the king, extracts from the Board of State Registers, each with the headline De Par Le Roy. Dates of the pronouncements vary from 1740 to 1792. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail. Equipped with D-rings for mounting.
  • Nador Wall Art By Parvez Taj
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    Parvez Taj is a visionary artist and pioneer of UV inks as a fine art medium. To achieve his original images he freely mixes photographs, UV inks, water-based and acrylic paints with a variety of substrates such as aluminum, canvas, cork and recycled woods. Each of these pieces is an example of his out-of-the-box thinking and international inspiration. Canadian born and raised, Parvez currently lives in Los Angeles. Features. Made in USA. Materials: Reclaimed White Barn, Reclaimed Douglas Fir, Brown Distressed Wood. Each piece is then hand-selected by fine craftsmen for printing. Reclaimed wood: Given the wood’s age and previous use, it is likely to have irregularities such as knots, stains or an uneven surface; these imperfections add character and patina to this fine work of art. Arrives ready to hang. Includes a certificate of authenticity. Artist's signature on the front. Dimensions (inches): XSmall: 24W x 24H x 2D. Small: 32W x 32H x 2D. Medium: 40W x 40H x 2D. Large: 48W x 48H x 2D.
  • 18th C. Intaglios on French Royal Paper
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    In the 18th century, with the excavation of Pompeii, Greco-Roman plaster reliefs became collectibles in France and other European countries. Selections of finely reproduced intaglios are grouped together and mounted on official French royal pronouncements dating from the same period. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Each intaglio is an intimately scaled relief of an antique portrait or bust, in varying shapes. Backed with official French royal pronouncements from the king, extracts from the Board of State Registers, each with the headline De Par Le Roy. Dates of the pronouncements vary from 1740 to 1792. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail. Equipped with D-rings for mounting.
  • Sailing Santorini Print
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    Painter and paper artist Isabelle de Borchgrave has traveled the world, always with her pad, pencil and brush in hand. These seascapes, rendered in black and white, have the loose, expressive simplicity of watercolors painted in the moment, on the pages of her journal. 36"W x 30"H overall. Giclée printed on archival watercolor paper. Set behind layered, beveled mats in black and white. Mounted behind glass in a basswood frame, silver-leafed by hand. Ready to hang with wire on the back.
  • 18th C. Neoclassical intaglios 3
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    With the neoclassical revival that swept Europe in the 18th century following excavations at Herculaneum and Pompeii, Greco-Roman figures and deities soared in popularity. Our collection features intimately scaled intaglios surrounding a central, figural etching. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Reproduced from etchings of Greco-Roman figures, the center image is printed on light grey rag paper, to which the plaster intaglios are mounted. Each plaster intaglio depicts an antique portrait or bust, in a variety of shapes. Contrasting black background highlights the irregular edge of the paper. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail.
  • Elementem Photography African Sunrise Triptych Wall Art
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    Wake up on the African Plains and smell the cool air as the bright sun slowly rises over the grass. Create a gateway into another world with the frameless Elementem Photography African Sunrise Triptych Wall Art. Featuring a deep shot of the African plains, the pieces are printed on vinyl and mounted on wooden MDF frames. Each panel is then lightly laminated for easy cleaning (Windex and water recommended) and protection. All materials needed for installation are provided, making it easy and quick to put up. Elementem is dedicated to bringing beauty into homes, and this scene is no exception. You won't want to miss this breathtaking view only a few have ever seen. Elementem Photography donates one percent of sales towards environmental causes. High resolution photograph for great clarity and quality. Three laminated panels.
  • 18th C. Neoclassical intaglios 5
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    With the neoclassical revival that swept Europe in the 18th century following excavations at Herculaneum and Pompeii, Greco-Roman figures and deities soared in popularity. Our collection features intimately scaled intaglios surrounding a central, figural etching. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Reproduced from etchings of Greco-Roman figures, the center image is printed on light grey rag paper, to which the plaster intaglios are mounted. Each plaster intaglio depicts an antique portrait or bust, in a variety of shapes. Contrasting black background highlights the irregular edge of the paper. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail.
  • Alison Langley Photography, Detailed Ship Building
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    After studying film and photography, Alison Langley lost her heart to the sea. She learned to sail and spent six years crewing on yachts that took her around the world, camera always in hand. Her nautical photography combines an artist's eye with an intimate knowledge of classic boats, capturing moments of beauty in lines and details of construction. This limited-edition print is signed by the artist. 38.5" wide x 51" high overall. Signed, numbered limited edition. Printed in color on glossy photo paper. Set behind a beveled white paper mat. Framed in solid wood with a satin white finish and set behind Plexiglas. Ready to hang with D-rings at the back.
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  • 18th C. Neoclassical intaglios 6
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    With the neoclassical revival that swept Europe in the 18th century following excavations at Herculaneum and Pompeii, Greco-Roman figures and deities soared in popularity. Our collection features intimately scaled intaglios surrounding a central, figural etching. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Reproduced from etchings of Greco-Roman figures, the center image is printed on light grey rag paper, to which the plaster intaglios are mounted. Each plaster intaglio depicts an antique portrait or bust, in a variety of shapes. Contrasting black background highlights the irregular edge of the paper. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail.
  • Spring Hill Wall Art By Parvez Taj
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    Parvez Taj is a visionary artist and pioneer of UV inks as a fine art medium. To achieve his original images he freely mixes photographs, UV inks, water-based and acrylic paints with a variety of substrates such as aluminum, canvas, cork and recycled woods. Each of these pieces is an example of his out-of-the-box thinking and international inspiration. Canadian born and raised, Parvez currently lives in Los Angeles. Features. Made in USA. Materials: Reclaimed Douglas Fir, White Wood, Brown Distressed Wood. UV, Eco-friendly, solvent-free ink. Wood pieces are hand-selected by fine craftsmen for printing. Arrives ready to hang. Includes a certificate of authenticity. Artist's signature on the front. Dimensions (inches): Small: 36W x 24H x 2D or 32W x 24H x 2D. Medium: 45W x 30H x 2D. Large: 60W x 40H x 2D.
  • 18th C. Neoclassical intaglios 4
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    With the neoclassical revival that swept Europe in the 18th century following excavations at Herculaneum and Pompeii, Greco-Roman figures and deities soared in popularity. Our collection features intimately scaled intaglios surrounding a central, figural etching. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Reproduced from etchings of Greco-Roman figures, the center image is printed on light grey rag paper, to which the plaster intaglios are mounted. Each plaster intaglio depicts an antique portrait or bust, in a variety of shapes. Contrasting black background highlights the irregular edge of the paper. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail.
  • Jody Dole Photography, Old House
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    An old house on Nantucket Island takes on the haunting quality of a memory in this image by award-winning photographer Jody Dole. Tightly cropped and printed in soft sepia tones, it has a timeless quality. The limited-edition studio print is signed by the photographer. 42 1/8" wide x 55" high. Printed on glossy photo paper. Set behind a beveled white paper mat. Framed in rustic, distressed wood with a deep brown finish and set behind Plexiglas. Ready to hang with sawtooth mount at the back.
  • 18th C. Neoclassical intaglios
    restorationhardware.com
    With the neoclassical revival that swept Europe in the 18th century following excavations at Herculaneum and Pompeii, Greco-Roman figures and deities soared in popularity. Our collection features intimately scaled intaglios surrounding a central, figural etching. Cast-plaster reproductions of 18th-century originals. Reproduced from etchings of Greco-Roman figures, the center images are printed on light grey rag paper, to which the plaster intaglios are mounted. Each plaster intaglio depicts an antique portrait or bust, in a variety of shapes. Contrasting black background highlights the irregular edge of the paper. Mounted in wooden shadow box frames with beveled edges and gold-leaf detail.
  • Jody Dole Water & Waves
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    Inspired by the ever-changing patterns of water and waves, award-winning photographer Jody Dole explores the shifting play of color, light and texture created by ocean breezes. In these limited-edition prints, variegated shades of blue bring home the beauty of the sea. Limited edition prints, signed by American photographer Jody Dole. Framed in contemporary white-painted wood and set behind Plexiglas. Printed on archival paper. Ready to hang with D-rings and wire at the back. Each framed print measures 39" x 29 1/2" overall. Set of two includes Blue Horizon and Blue Wave 2. Prints: Made in USA. Frames: Made in Mexico.
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