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  • Ethan Allen Beholder IV
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    Ethan Allen Beholder IV
    This open, airy, abstract giclee is set into a simple brushed silver frame with no mat. Hung together, the four pieces in the Beholder series create the illusion of flow across the group. (Don't worry - each piece is also striking when hung alone.) See Beholder I, II, and III. Giclée on paper. The artwork is framed right to the edge of the print with no mat. Brushed silver frame.
  • Ethan Allen Bouclé Linen Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Bouclé Linen Pillow
    Our ivory and navy floral pillow has bouclé embroidery on both sides. The pillow itself is 100% linen with a 100% cotton lining. 100% linen exclusive of embroidery; 100% cotton lining. Bouclé embroidery on linen front and back. Zipper closure. Dry clean.
  • Ethan Allen Hand-Painted Navy Floral Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Hand-Painted Navy Floral Pillow
    This large scale abstract flower is hand-painted in a soft palette of watercolor blues. Each pillow is signed by the artist. 55% linen, 45% cotton front/back. Hand-painted on front with solid ivory back. Signed by artist. Zipper closure. Spot clean only (see Additional Product Information for product care)
  • Ethan Allen Framed Ivory Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Framed Ivory Pillow
    A taupe and blue frame defines the front of our linen/cotton blend pillow; versatile, stylish, and lovely when layered with the Hand-Painted Blue and Taupe Floral pillow (063022). 55% linen, 45% cotton front/back, exclusive of decorative trim. Frame border on front with solid ivory back. Zipper closure. Dry clean.
  • Ethan Allen Block-Printed "Bonjour" Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Block-Printed "Bonjour" Pillow
    Pillow talk: On one side, a cheery Bonjour ; on the other, a sweet Bonne Nuit. Each greeting is block-printed in black on crisp white, 100% cotton. Contrasting stitching gives it a modern, deconstructionist twist. 100% cotton front/back. "Bonjour" block-printed on front; "Bonne Nuit" block-printed on back. Contrast stitching on edges. Zipper closure. Spot clean only (see Additional Product Information for product care)
  • Ethan Allen Block-Printed Beige Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Block-Printed Beige Pillow
    This spirited, modern, large-scale damask is block-printed in cool ivory on a beige linen blend; ribbon fringe matches the print. 95% poly, 5% linen front/back; 100% acrylic trim. Block-print on front with solid back. Zipper closure. Spot clean only (see Additional Product Information for product care)
  • Ethan Allen Block-Printed Elephant Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Block-Printed Elephant Pillow
    Our quirky floral, block-printed elephant pillow delivers a welcome touch of whimsy. 55% linen, 45% cotton front/back; 100% acrylic trim. Block-printed on front with solid ivory back. Zipper closure. Spot clean only (see Additional Product Information for product care)
  • Ethan Allen Hand-Painted Blue and Taupe Floral Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Hand-Painted Blue and Taupe Floral Pillow
    An artist paints and shades these whimsical pillows by hand. All of them are cheerfully chic and are signed by the artist. 55% linen, 45% cotton front/back. Hand-painted on front with solid ivory back. Signed by artist. Zipper closure. Spot clean only (see Additional Product Information for product care)
  • Ethan Allen Hand-Painted Peacock Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Hand-Painted Peacock Pillow
    An artist paints each peacock feather by hand onto fabric that glimmers with a soft, gold metallic sheen. 55% linen, 45% cotton front/back. Hand-painted on front with solid back. Signed by artist. Zipper closure. Spot clean only (see Additional Product Information for product care)
  • Ethan Allen Block-Printed Ivory Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Block-Printed Ivory Pillow
    This spirited, modern, large-scale damask is block-printed in dark taupe on an ivory linen blend; ribbon fringe matches the print. 95% poly, 5% linen; 100% acrylic trim. Block-print on front with solid back. Zipper closure. Spot clean only (see Additional Product Information for product care)
  • Ethan Allen Ikat and Paisley Decorative Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Ikat and Paisley Decorative Pillow
    Why settle for one great print when you can have two? This reversible pillow pairs blue, white, and brown paisley and ikat patterns together for an unexpected look. 100% cotton, 200TC. Unquilted. Paisley front reverses to ikat back (shown) Knife edge. Zipper closure. Machine wash (see Additional Product Information for product care)
  • Ethan Allen Untitled II
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    Ethan Allen Untitled II
    A graphic, contemporary color study, this giclee is bold and surprisingly elegant in its simple black frame with a delicate gold fillet. See also: Untitled I. Giclée on paper. Black frame with coordinating gold fillet.
  • Ethan Allen Chevron Velvet Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Chevron Velvet Pillow
    It zigs. It zags. It's classic and it's contemporary. In our Chevron pillow, we've embossed this traditional design on velvet for a look that's fresh and new. Embossed chevron pattern front and back. 100% cotton velvet; 100% cotton lining. Zipper closure. Dry clean.
  • Ethan Allen Blue and White Foo Dog Jar
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    Ethan Allen Blue and White Foo Dog Jar
    An impressive piece with impressive craftsmanship. This exquisite jar is handmade by skilled artisans in Jiangxi - the source of some of the world's finest porcelain. It's carefully sculpted by hand using age-old techniques passed down from their grandfathers, and their grandfathers before them, and then meticulously hand-painted by a master underglaze artist with beautiful oriental scenic artwork. Made of hand-painted porcelain. Variations should be expected. Cannot hold water. Also available in black and white (432365)
  • Ethan Allen Quartz Velvet Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Quartz Velvet Pillow
    Our velvet Quartz pillow is one-hundred percent lovely luxury with a one-hundred percent cotton lining and a rich, soft hand. 100% velvet; 100% cotton lining. Knife edge, reverses to self. Zipper closure. Dry clean.
  • Ethan Allen Black Tang Horse
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    Ethan Allen Black Tang Horse
    This majestic statuette is a marvelous modern take on ancient horse sculptures revered during the Tang dynasty. It takes shape in a small town near the city of Venice where artisans hand-sculpt its design and then dip it in a deep, brilliant black glaze. Made of Italian ceramic. Hand-sculpted. Acrylic base. Available in white, red, platinum, and unglazed finishes.
  • Ethan Allen White Tang Horse
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    Ethan Allen White Tang Horse
    This majestic statuette is a marvelous modern take on ancient horse sculptures revered during the Tang dynasty. It takes shape in a small town near the city of Venice where artisans hand-sculpt its design and then dip it in a brilliant white glaze. Made of Italian ceramic. Hand-sculpted. Acrylic base. Available in black, red, platinum, and unglazed finishes.
  • Ethan Allen Honey Large Canton Box
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    Ethan Allen Honey Large Canton Box
    Chinoiserie chic. Our sleek and practical Canton pieces were inspired by antique Chinese travel trunks. Sturdy, fully functional steel hardware in a polished nickel finish gleams against its warm honey lacquer. Also available in smaller size (435951B). Made of poplar and birch veneer. Polished nickel finish on hardware. Available in a smaller size (435951B) Available in turquoise, black, white, and antique red finishes.
  • Ethan Allen Vintage Street Car II
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    Ethan Allen Vintage Street Car II
    A streetcar we admire. White on deep charcoal gray, like chalk on a blackboard, our vintage streetcar is graphic and grand in every sense of the word. At more than 2 feet high by 4 feet wide, this giclee was made to make a statement. Giclée on paper. Black shadow box frame with no mat.
  • Ethan Allen Global Art I
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    Ethan Allen Global Art I
    This fun, quirky print is set into a large, six-ply white mat and a simple, black, silver-highlighted frame. Pairs wonderfully with others in the series, yet strong enough to show on its own. See also: Global Art II and III. Giclée on paper. Large 6-ply white mat. Black frame with silver highlights.
  • Ethan Allen Small Fossil on Stand
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    Ethan Allen Small Fossil on Stand
    A remarkable design inspired by ancient marine artifacts of the Philippine islands, this piece is a unique replica cast from an actual fossil, surface-gathered by hand from a remote, mountainous region of the country. It's then hand-painted by an artist and mounted onto a hand-forged iron base. Available in three sizes. Made of composite. Natural stone finish on black iron base. Available in a large (438484A) and medium (438484B) size.
  • Ethan Allen Navy Cruiser Blueprint
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    Ethan Allen Navy Cruiser Blueprint
    White on deep charcoal gray, like chalk on a blackboard, our Cruiser Blueprint is graphic and grand in every sense of the word. At more than 2 feet high by 4 feet wide, this giclee was made to make a statement. Giclée on paper. Simple black shadow box frame with no mat.
  • Ethan Allen Small Mod Apple
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    Ethan Allen Small Mod Apple
    From Venice with love. And skill. And patience. This unique, polished apple accent comes to life in a small town near the city of Venice where artisans perfectly hand-sculpt its organic shape. Its body is finished with a brilliant white glaze, and its stem is hand-dipped in a radiant platinum. A fine example of the Italian artistic tradition, it has a modern style that looks stunningly fresh. Made of Italian ceramic. White with platinum stem. Available in a large (432390A) and medium size (432390B)
  • Ethan Allen Seaweed on Seafoam I
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    Ethan Allen Seaweed on Seafoam I
    This drawn-from-nature giclee is set into a simple brushed silver frame with a wide white mat and a brushed silver fillet. The effect is bold, sophisticated, and chic. Hang alone or with Seaweed on Seafoam II and III. Giclée on paper. Wide white mat with a brushed silver fillet. Brushed silver frame.
  • Ethan Allen Lingering Grey
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    Ethan Allen Lingering Grey
    The artist captures a wave just as it breaks onto the shore; the colors so vivid, you practically taste the salty air. We've set this giclée on canvas in a contemporary silver and black float-style frame for a look that's versatile and stunning. Giclée on canvas. Contemporary silver and black float style frame.
  • Ethan Allen Parking Lot
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    Ethan Allen Parking Lot
    Bright colors, a summery scene, a striking white lacquer frame - delightful. This piece is fresh and fun, with a hint of Impressionistic composition and movement. Giclée on canvas. Bright white lacquer frame.
  • Ethan Allen Walk the Line
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    Ethan Allen Walk the Line
    The artist uses a bold, confident line along with a delightful sense of whimsy to bring this sophisticated figure to life. This giclée is set into an oversized six-ply mat and a large, carved, black traditional frame that's been dry-brushed with light gold to bring out exceptional detail. Giclée on paper. 6-ply oversized mat. This traditional frame has light gold dry brushing on its carved details.
  • Ethan Allen Metaphysical I
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    Ethan Allen Metaphysical I
    The contemporary, textured frame complements the print's contemporary, subtle linework and its muted shades of brown and gray. With the addition of a thick, bright white mat, the presentation is powerful and beautiful. Hang alone or with Metaphysical II. Giclée on paper. Thick 8-ply white mat. Contemporary black textured frame.
  • Ethan Allen After Glow
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    Ethan Allen After Glow
    This "big sky" landscape gets a little bit of shine from its stunning brushed champagne frame. The tranquil scene and colors can't help but draw you in. Giclée on canvas. Beveled brushed champagne frame.
  • Ethan Allen Red Tang Horse
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    Ethan Allen Red Tang Horse
    This majestic statuette is a marvelous modern take on ancient horse sculptures revered during the Tang dynasty. It takes shape in a small town near the city of Venice where artisans hand-sculpt its design and then dip it in a deep, brilliant red glaze. Made of Italian ceramic. Hand-sculpted. Acrylic base. Available in black, white, platinum, and unglazed finishes.
  • Ethan Allen Glacier III
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    Ethan Allen Glacier III
    The soft, watery hues of a misty morning float gently through our Glacier giclée series. Dreamy, natural, and calming, each of the nine prints is alluring on its own, dramatic in a group display. Giclée on paper. White mat with hand painted bevel in charcoal gray. Flat faced black frame.
  • Ethan Allen Sleeping Beauty IV
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    Ethan Allen Sleeping Beauty IV
    An unembellished black frame and an extra-wide white mat let this bold, graphic print take center stage. One of a series of four (see Sleeping Beauty I, II, and III). Giclée on paper. Wide bright white mat. Simple unembellished black frame.
  • Ethan Allen Classic Flight I
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    Ethan Allen Classic Flight I
    Hand-applied embellishments add subtle sophistication to this delicately loose rendering of a vaulted bridge. The oversized ecru mat draws the eye to the artwork. Its coordinating frame echoes the piece's palette, with soft gold brushed atop a textured black surface. One of a series of two. Hand embellished giclée on paper. Hand applied embellishments. Oversized 6-ply ecru mat. Soft gold dry brushed frame.
  • Ethan Allen Seaweed on Navy III
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    Ethan Allen Seaweed on Navy III
    This drawn-from-nature giclee is set into a simple brushed silver frame with a wide white mat and a brushed silver fillet. The effect is bold, sophisticated, and chic. Hang alone or with Seaweed on Navy I and II. Giclée on paper. Wide white mat with a brushed silver fillet. Simple brushed silver frame.
  • Ethan Allen Shell on White I
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    Ethan Allen Shell on White I
    To let this delicate watercolor-style painting shine, we've framed this giclee as simply as possible: a wide white mat and unadorned white box frame highlight the print's versatile, casual appeal. One of a series of four. Giclée on paper. Wide white mat. Simple white frame.
  • Ethan Allen Lighthouse Blueprint
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    Ethan Allen Lighthouse Blueprint
    This giclee reproduction of an antique engraving is set in a simple black shadowbox frame. It's unmatted for a slightly more modern twist. Giclée on paper reproduced from an antique engraving. Simple black shadow box frame with no mat.
  • Ethan Allen Sea Life in Pen II
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    Ethan Allen Sea Life in Pen II
    Stunningly detailed and stunning in scale, this spectacular indigo print is set into a wide white mat with a hand-applied indigo bevel. Its oversize, high-gloss, white lacquer frame adds a bold, contemporary touch. See also: Sea Life in Pen I. Giclée on paper. Wide bright white mat with a hand-applied indigo bevel. Oversized contemporary white lacquer frame.
  • Ethan Allen Cullen Chest
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    Ethan Allen Cullen Chest
    The "box on stand" was an innovation of Asian furniture – placing a storage box atop a simple base to raise it and make it more accessible. Our Cullen chest has four spacious drawers and is crafted of solid white oak secured to a dark iron base. Asian-inspired hardware coordinates with the base. Solid oak case on iron base. "Married cabinet" design (a storage case mounted to a separate base to raise the functional height) Asian-inspired curved bail-pull hardware rests on round strike plates. Four drawers.
  • Ethan Allen Seaweed on Black I
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    Ethan Allen Seaweed on Black I
    Modern - the square, the graphic design, the subtle color that shades each print; meets tradition - the gold fillets, the black lacquer frame, the creamy linen mat - in this drawn-from-nature giclee on paper. Hang alone or with Seaweed on Black II, III, and IV. Giclée on paper. White linen textured mat holds a simple gold fillet next to the artwork. Black matte lacquer frame with a traditional gold beaded fillet.
  • Ethan Allen Gobi Sheep on Stand
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    Ethan Allen Gobi Sheep on Stand
    Rugged, yet graceful. Earthy and unexpectedly elegant. This artifact is a unique replica cast from an actual skull, finished meticulously by hand to create a remarkably realistic piece. Made of composite. Natural bone on black base. Variations in size and color to be expected.
  • Ethan Allen Medium Petrified Wood on Stand
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    Ethan Allen Medium Petrified Wood on Stand
    Thousands of years ago, a tree fell to the ground and began to turn to stone, suspending its natural beauty in a perfect stone fossil. This piece of petrified wood was harvested in the Philippines from the ground's surface. It's finished and mounted by hand, and there is no piece identical to it in the world. Also available in a smaller size (438585B). Made of polished petrified wood. Black iron base. Variations in size and color to be expected. Available in a larger size (438485A)
  • Ethan Allen Horned Skull on Stand
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    Ethan Allen Horned Skull on Stand
    Rugged, yet graceful. Earthy and unexpectedly elegant. This artifact is a unique replica cast from an actual skull, finished meticulously by hand to create a remarkably realistic piece. Made of composite. Natural bone on black base. Variations in size and color to be expected.
  • Ethan Allen Femina Moment I
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    Ethan Allen Femina Moment I
    Bright color and a relaxed hand come together to create this lovely image. Our giclée is paired with a carved black contemporary frame that's both striking and sophisticated. One of a series of two. Giclée on paper. Wide white mat. Contemporary black frame with a carved decorative frame.
  • Ethan Allen Urbanscape
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    Ethan Allen Urbanscape
    We chose a contemporary black and silver float-style frame to enhance the bold colors of this giclée on canvas. Altogether a powerful, versatile piece. Giclée on canvas. Contemporary black and silver float style frame.
  • Ethan Allen Floating World
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    Ethan Allen Floating World
    A simple beveled brushed champagne frame draws the eye directly into the soothing colors of the meadow depicted in this impressive, inviting giclée on canvas. Giclée on canvas. Beveled brushed champagne frame.
  • Ethan Allen Geometric Linen Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Geometric Linen Pillow
    Sophisticated styling and contemporary colors takes this modern geometric linen pillow to another plane. Well-sized at 20 inches square, it's 100% cotton linen front and back. Tonal geometric pattern. 100% linen; 100% cotton lining. Zipper closure. Dry clean.
  • Ethan Allen Platinum Tang Horse
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    Ethan Allen Platinum Tang Horse
    This majestic statuette is a marvelous modern take on ancient horse sculptures revered during the Tang dynasty. It takes shape in a small town near the city of Venice where artisans hand-sculpt its design and then dip it in a radiant platinum glaze. Made of Italian ceramic. Hand-sculpted. Acrylic base. Available in black, white, red, and unglazed finishes.
  • Ethan Allen Large Glass Ball
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    Ethan Allen Large Glass Ball
    Go eco-chic with this fantastic globe. Shaped entirely from 100% recycled glass by the hands and breath of a skilled artisan in the Philippines, its production requires less energy and emits less CO2 than the making of new glass. Available in three sizes. Made of 100% recycled glass. Clear finish. Available in a medium (436945B) and small (436945C) size.
  • Ethan Allen Medium Grey Swirl Candlestick
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    Ethan Allen Medium Grey Swirl Candlestick
    Add a flicker of contemporary elegance with this striking candlestick, hand- blown by artisans in Poland who merge centuries-old glassblowing techniques with modern-day technologies to sculpt its sophisticated, original design. Available in three sizes. Made of blown glass. Smoked gray finish. For use with 4"h (maximum) pillar candle. Also available in a large (436869A) and small (436869C) size.
  • Ethan Allen Large Grey Glass Candlestick
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    Ethan Allen Large Grey Glass Candlestick
    Add a flicker of contemporary elegance with this striking candlestick, hand- blown by artisans in Poland who merge centuries-old glassblowing techniques with modern-day technologies to sculpt its sophisticated, original design. Available in three sizes. Made of blown glass. Smoked gray and clear glass. Hand crafted and hand colored; variations to be expected. For use with 3"h (maximum) pillar candle. Also available in a medium (436834B) and small (436834C) size.
  • Ethan Allen Untitled
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    Ethan Allen Untitled
    De Segonzac's watercolors, lithographs, and etchings include landscapes, dancers, figures, and still life, executed with great spontaneity and elegance. The translucent quality of his etchings stands in contrast to the thickly painted surfaces and generally somber color of his oil paintings, which reflected his admiration for Courbet and Cézanne. He found lithography and etching to be complementary to his spontaneous drawing style, and by the end of his life, he had produced some 1,600 different prints. Lithograph on Japanese paper, 1964. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional silver frame. 4-ply soft charcoal archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. De Segonzac was born near Paris. After a period of military service, he studied at the Académie de La Palette. Soon he became a member of the group known as the "Section d'Or," which stressed geometric aspects in Cubism. He was one of the modernists included in the Armory Show that opened in New York in 1913. Between 1914 and 1918, he published and exhibited a number of war drawings, and by war's end, he had earned the Croix de Guerre. After 1920, his painting style became more lyrical and naturalistic.
  • Ethan Allen Fern Impressions B
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    Ethan Allen Fern Impressions B
    Artist Henry Bradbury is known for his unique printing process that produced what are now considered to be among the finest nature prints ever completed. This fern study print shows intricate details of leaf patterns and venation. It’s set in an aged gold frame to highlight nature’s first greens and golds. Giclee on paper. Ivory colored outer mat. Candlelight colored inner mat. Sepia toned colored bevel edge on both mats. Aged gold frame with delicate beaded inner edge detail.
  • Ethan Allen White Roses in Julep Cup
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    Ethan Allen White Roses in Julep Cup
    A cup of roses a day keeps the blues away. Brighten up a corner or freshen up the look of a room with an elegant bunch of blooming white roses arranged in a dazzling julep cup. White roses with leaves. Aluminum vase in silver finish. Container dimensions: 4.25" dia. x 7"h. Actual blooms, foliage, and placement may vary due to the hand-crafted nature of this item.
  • Ethan Allen Ivory Pillow with Leaf Appliqué
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    Ethan Allen Ivory Pillow with Leaf Appliqué
    This pillow design is firmly rooted in handcrafted style. Made from 100% cotton, a large-scale, natural-colored leaf appliqué is delicately stitched onto an ivory ground. Colors: ivory, natural. 100% cotton. Cotton appliqué on front. 1/4" inset flange. Zipper closure. Dry clean (cover only)
  • Ethan Allen Ivory Pillow with Fern Appliqué
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    Ethan Allen Ivory Pillow with Fern Appliqué
    This pillow design is firmly rooted handcrafted style. Made from 100% cotton, a large-scale, natural-colored fern appliqué is delicately stitched onto an ivory ground. Colors: ivory, natural. 100% cotton. Cotton appliqué on front. 1/4" inset flange. Zipper closure. Dry clean (cover only)
  • Ethan Allen Orange Velvet Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Orange Velvet Pillow
    We've selected a gorgeous velvet chenille from one of Italy's top velvet manufacturers and a luxurious, lofty featherblend insert for this new line of wonderfully huggable, fluffable 21" square pillows. They're available in Burgundy, Orange, Bronze, Charcoal, and Chocolate. Italian velvet chenille strie. Jumbo welt. Premium featherblend fill. Available in five colors. Zipper closure.
  • Ethan Allen L'Homme au Chandail
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    Ethan Allen L'Homme au Chandail
    This lithograph is a beautiful, rich interpretation of a famous painting by Léger, which was published by Fernand Mourlot in honor of the artist. Léger sought to express the noise, dynamism and speed of new technology and machinery, working through several themes, or cycles, of imagery depicting humans in motion. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1956. Limited quantity. Numbered in pencil lower right. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Léger was a draftsman, illustrator, printmaker, stage designer, filmmaker, and ceramicist. In his early works, he created a personal form of Cubism, which he gradually modified into a more figurative, populist style. His boldly simplified treatment of modern subject matter has caused him to be regarded as a forerunner of pop art. His mature work underwent many changes, from Cubist-derived abstraction in the 1910s to distinctive realist imagery in the 1950s.
  • Ethan Allen Tangerine Linen Grommet-Top Panel
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    Ethan Allen Tangerine Linen Grommet-Top Panel
    Solid colors are essential in interior design. This linen panel grounds a room's more gregarious patterns and prints. Classic and simply chic, your room will be on solid footing with this style staple. Nickel grommets fit up to 1.5" drapery pole. Available in multiple colors. Drapery: 100% linen; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. NOTE: Kelly green drapery(only) is 55% linen, 45% rayon; lining: 70%, 30% cotton. Lined; weighted; drapery pins included. Dry clean only.
  • Ethan Allen Galerie Claude Bernard
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    Ethan Allen Galerie Claude Bernard
    Estève was influenced by Léger and Bonnard, but in later years, the Surrealist and Abstract Expressionist movements captured his attention. His stylized figure, still life, and landscape compositions with strong colors gradually became completely abstract, with tight-knit interlocking shapes in rich, bold colors. His paintings established a new pictorial language: lyrical abstractions with the aim of depicting form and color with an almost poetic attitude. Lithographic poster, 1974. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Estève was an abstract painter and a central figure of Tachism. He was born in Culan. His family moved to Paris in 1913. He worked for a year as designer in a textile factory in Barcelona, and he later attended the free course at the Académie Colarossi where he studied the works of Fouquet and Uccello in the Louvre and particularly admired Cézanne. Estève took part in the Venice Biennale in 1954, and his works are established in most major art museums.
  • Ethan Allen Indigo Linen Rod Pocket Panel
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    Ethan Allen Indigo Linen Rod Pocket Panel
    Solid colors are essential in interior design. This linen-blend panel grounds a room's more gregarious patterns and prints. Classic and simply chic, your room will be on solid footing with this style staple. 4" rod pocket drapery panel. Available in multiple colors. Drapery: 100% linen; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. NOTE: Kelly green drapery (only) is 55% linen, 45% rayon; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. Lined: weighted; drapery pins included. Dry clean only.
  • Ethan Allen Bronze Velvet Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Bronze Velvet Pillow
    We've selected a gorgeous velvet chenille from one of Italy's top velvet manufacturers and a luxurious, lofty featherblend insert for this new line of wonderfully huggable, fluffable 21" square pillows. They're available in Burgundy, Orange, Bronze, Charcoal, and Chocolate. Italian velvet chenille strie. Jumbo welt. Premium featherblend fill. Available in five colors. Zipper closure.
  • Ethan Allen Au Palais des Papes
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    Ethan Allen Au Palais des Papes
    It was a confluence of influences that encouraged Picasso to lend his figures more weight and structure around 1906. And they ultimately set him on the path towards Cubism, in which he deconstructed the conventions of perspectival space that had dominated painting since the Renaissance. These innovations would have far-reaching consequences for practically all of modern art, revolutionizing attitudes to the depiction of form in space. Lithographic poster, 1970. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Picasso was a painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet, and playwright who spent most of his adult life in France. His artistic genius has impacted the development of modern and contemporary art with unparalleled magnitude. His prolific output includes more than 20,000 paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, theatre sets, and costumes that convey a variety of intellectual, political, social, and amorous messages.
  • Ethan Allen Orange Orchids in Glass Cylinder
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    Ethan Allen Orange Orchids in Glass Cylinder
    Orchids make a sophisticated style statement any time of year. Arranged in a round clear glass cylinder vessel that showcases their stems, this lifelike bouquet of orange phalaenopsis orchids adds a colorful touch of beauty to any room. Orange phalaenopsis orchids. Round clear glass cylinder. Container dimensions: 7" dia. x 7"h. Actual blooms, foliage, and placement may vary due to the hand-crafted nature of this item.
  • Ethan Allen White Orchids in Glass Vase
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    Ethan Allen White Orchids in Glass Vase
    Orchids make a sophisticated style statement any time of year. Arranged in a tall round clear glass vase that showcases their stems, this lifelike bouquet looks stunning on an end or night table. For an unconventional and dramatic touch, group several in the center of a dining table. White phalaenopsis orchids. Round clear glass vase. Container dimensions: 5.5" dia. x 14"h. Actual blooms, foliage, and placement may vary due to the hand-crafted nature of this item.
  • Ethan Allen Le Cantique des Cantiques
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    Ethan Allen Le Cantique des Cantiques
    This signed lithographic poster was created to promote the Musée National Message Biblique in Nice, France, to Japanese visitors. Chagall flirted with many radical Modernist styles at various points throughout his career, including Cubism, Suprematism, and Surrealism, all of which possibly encouraged him to work in an entirely abstract style. Yet he rejected each of them in succession, remaining committed to figurative and narrative art, making him one of the modern period's most prominent exponents of the more traditional approach. Lithographic poster, 1974. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Chagall was a Russian-Jewish painter and one of the best-known representatives of the Russian Avant-Garde in the West. A prolific and multifaceted artist, Chagall left behind him thousands of works in many different techniques and media that have established him as one of the foremost artists of the 20th century.
  • Ethan Allen Le Cycliste
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    Ethan Allen Le Cycliste
    Léger understood the Cubist notion of freeing the painter from a responsibility to realism yet he was more interested in materialism than other Cubists, such as Braque and Picasso. He sought to express the noise, dynamism, and speed of new technology and machinery, working through several themes or cycles of imagery depicting humans in motion. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1991. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Contemporary black frame. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Léger was a draftsman, illustrator, printmaker, stage designer, filmmaker, and ceramicist. In his early works, he created a personal form of Cubism, which he gradually modified into a more figurative, populist style. His boldly simplified treatment of modern subject matter has caused him to be regarded as a forerunner of pop art. His mature work underwent many changes, from Cubist-derived abstraction in the 1910s to distinctive realist imagery in the 1950s.
  • Ethan Allen Musée Cantini - Marseille
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    Ethan Allen Musée Cantini - Marseille
    Balthus' style is primarily classical. His work shows numerous influences, and although his technique and compositions were inspired by pre-Renaissance painters, there are also influences by contemporary surrealists like de Chirico. Balthus was one of the few living artists to be represented in the Louvre, when his painting The Children (1937) was acquired from the private collection of Pablo Picasso. Lithographic poster, 1973. Limited quantity. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Balthus was born in Paris. At the age of 13, he published his first illustrated book, which included a preface by Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke. In 1933, he moved into his first Paris studio at the Rue de Furstenberg. As his international fame grew with exhibitions in the gallery of Pierre Matisse in 1938 and the Museum of Modern Art in 1956, he cultivated the image of himself as an enigma. In 1964, Balthus moved to Rome where he became the director of the French Academy and a friend of the filmmaker Federico Fellini.
  • Ethan Allen The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
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    Ethan Allen The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
    Hayter was an innovator in the Abstract Expressionist movement. He is noted for his work in the development of viscosity printing (a process that exploits varying viscosities of oil-based inks to lay three or more colors on a single intaglio plate). Among the artists Hayter was credited with influencing were Alberto Giacometti, Alexander Calder, and Jackson Pollock. Lithographic poster, 1977. Limited quantity. Traditional silver frame. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Hayter was a painter and printmaker associated in the 1930s with Surrealism, and from 1940 onward, with Abstract Expressionism. He held a degree in chemistry and geology from King's College London and worked in Abadan, Iran, for the Anglo-Persian Oil Company from 1922 to 1925. In 1926, Hayter went to Paris, where he studied briefly at the Académie Julian. Regarded as one of the most significant printmakers of the 20th century, in 1927, Hayter founded the legendary Atelier 17 studio in Paris. In 1966, Oxford University Press published his book, New Ways of Gravure , and in 2005, the Tate Archive acquired Hayter's papers.
  • Ethan Allen Fuschia Fuzzy Dot Rod Pocket Panel
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    Ethan Allen Fuschia Fuzzy Dot Rod Pocket Panel
    We can't resist this drapery's spot-on style. The crisp white background is the perfect complement to all-over, candy-colored dots that are oh-so sweet! 4" rod pocket drapery panel. Available in lime green and fuchsia. Drapery: 100% polyester; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. Lined; weighted; drapery pins included. Dry clean only.
  • Ethan Allen Marine Blue Ticking Stripe Grommet-Top Panel
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    Ethan Allen Marine Blue Ticking Stripe Grommet-Top Panel
    This classic, menswear-inspired drapery is a perennial favorite. Each panel is outfitted with nickel grommets for a look that's simple and chic. We have weighted the panels so they have a finely tailored look--the hallmark of a well-made drape. Nickel grommet-top fits up to 1.5" drapery pole. Available in sun yellow and marine blue. Drapery: 100% cotton; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. Lined: weighted; drapery pins included. Dry clean only.
  • Ethan Allen Scarlet Linen Rod Pocket Panel
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    Ethan Allen Scarlet Linen Rod Pocket Panel
    Solid colors are essential in interior design. This linen-blend panel grounds a room's more gregarious patterns and prints. Classic and simply chic, your room will be on solid footing with this style staple. 4" rod pocket drapery panel. Available in multiple colors. Drapery: 100% linen; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. NOTE: Kelly green drapery (only) is 55% linen, 45% rayon; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. Lined: weighted; drapery pins included. Dry clean only.
  • Ethan Allen Kelly Green Linen Rod Pocket Panel
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    Ethan Allen Kelly Green Linen Rod Pocket Panel
    Solid colors are essential in interior design. This linen-blend panel grounds a room's more gregarious patterns and prints. Classic and simply chic, your room will be on solid footing with this style staple. 4" rod pocket drapery panel. Available in multiple colors. Drapery: 100% linen; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. NOTE: Kelly green drapery (only) is 55% linen, 45% rayon; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. Lined: weighted; drapery pins included. Dry clean only.
  • Ethan Allen Kelly Green Linen Grommet-Top Panel
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    Ethan Allen Kelly Green Linen Grommet-Top Panel
    Solid colors are essential in interior design. This linen panel grounds a room's more gregarious patterns and prints. Classic and simply chic, your room will be on solid footing with this style staple. Nickel grommets fit up to 1.5" drapery pole. Available in multiple colors. Drapery: 100% linen; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. NOTE: Kelly green drapery(only) is 55% linen, 45% rayon; lining: 70%, 30% cotton. Lined; weighted; drapery pins included. Dry clean only.
  • Ethan Allen Indigo Linen Grommet-Top Panel
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    Ethan Allen Indigo Linen Grommet-Top Panel
    Solid colors are essential in interior design. This linen panel grounds a room's more gregarious patterns and prints. Classic and simply chic, your room will be on solid footing with this style staple. Nickel grommets fit up to 1.5" drapery pole. Available in multiple colors. Drapery: 100% linen; lining: 70% poly, 30% cotton. NOTE: Kelly green drapery(only) is 55% linen, 45% rayon; lining: 70%, 30% cotton. Lined; weighted; drapery pins included. Dry clean only.
  • Ethan Allen Charcoal Velvet Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Charcoal Velvet Pillow
    We've selected a gorgeous velvet chenille from one of Italy's top velvet manufacturers and a luxurious, lofty featherblend insert for this new line of wonderfully huggable, fluffable 21" square pillows. They're available in Burgundy, Orange, Bronze, Charcoal, and Chocolate. Italian velvet chenille strie. Jumbo welt. Premium featherblend fill. Available in five colors. Zipper closure.
  • Ethan Allen Vermillion Pleated Pillow
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    Ethan Allen Vermillion Pleated Pillow
    Neat pleats are all the embellishment that this decorative pillow needs. The delicate detail is eye-catching and adds the textural touch that every great design requires. 100% cotton. Pleated front; smooth, solid back. Zipper closure. Intended for indoor use only. Machine wash cold, separately. Gentle cycle. Tumble dry low. Warm iron, if needed.
  • Ethan Allen Galerie Berggruen
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    Ethan Allen Galerie Berggruen
    This rare lithographic poster by Braque illustrates the artist's intent on depicting his vision of beauty in nature and everyday life. Through the use of volumes, colors, textures, and in particular, this rich mustard yellow, he portrays what he sees as a beautiful moment in the smallest of life forms: an insect. The earthy colors are reserved for ground scenes in contrast with brighter and lighter colors used for representations of birds and the sky. Lithographic poster, 1953. Limited quantity. Traditional silver frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Braque was a major 20th-century French painter, collagist, draftsman, printmaker, and sculptor. His important contributions to the history of art were in his alliance with Fauvism and the role he played in the development of Cubism. Braque's work between 1908 and 1912 is closely associated with that of his colleague Pablo Picasso.
  • Ethan Allen Large Wood and Glass Hurricane
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    Ethan Allen Large Wood and Glass Hurricane
    Keep the flame alive in a hurricane that suits rustic and contemporary styles alike. Available in two sizes for twice the glow. Made of wood with glass hurricane. Aged black finish with dark brown rub through. Can be used with a 4"h (maximum) pillar candle (not included)
  • Ethan Allen Blue Composition
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    Ethan Allen Blue Composition
    A major theme running through Lanskoy's work is the interaction of form and color. He breaks the subject to make it disappear in large solid colors and light refractions. Lanskoy's lyrical and dynamic abstract compositions were a revelation in a climate dominated by cold geometric abstraction, and although he refused to be categorized, he was an important forerunner of Tachism. Lithograph on Arches paper, c.1965. Limited quantity. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Traditional silver frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Lanskoy was a painter and printmaker who is associated with the post-War school of lyrical abstract painting called "Tachism." He was born Andrei Michailovitch Lanskoyin, son of Comte Lanskoy, in Moscow and fought in the Tsarist White Army during the Russian Revolution. Lanskoy left Russia afterwards, moving to Paris in 1921. He studied at the famously progressive Académie de la Grande Chaumière, painting portraits and still lifes in vivid colors with thick applications of paint, inspired by Vincent van Gogh and Chaïm Soutine. After 1942, he began to paint exclusively abstract works.
  • Ethan Allen L'Atelier Mourlot
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    Ethan Allen L'Atelier Mourlot
    Léger understood the Cubist notion of freeing the painter from a responsibility to realism yet he was more interested in materialism than other Cubists, such as Braque and Picasso. He sought to express the noise, dynamism, and speed of new technology and machinery, working through several themes or cycles of imagery depicting humans in motion. Lithographic poster, 1984. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Léger was a draftsman, illustrator, printmaker, stage designer, filmmaker, and ceramicist. In his early works, he created a personal form of Cubism, which he gradually modified into a more figurative, populist style. His boldly simplified treatment of modern subject matter has caused him to be regarded as a forerunner of pop art. His mature work underwent many changes, from Cubist-derived abstraction in the 1910s to distinctive realist imagery in the 1950s.
  • Ethan Allen Provence X
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    Ethan Allen Provence X
    One of Mühl's major sources of creativity throughout his career was light. It was in the south of France that he found the intense, bright sunlight that inspired him most. In this series of original signed lithographs from 1986, the artist depicts the landscapes around his home in Provence. These works were created to accompany texts and poems written by French author Marcel Pagnol. Original lithograph, 1986. Limited quantity. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Contemporary white frame. Print floats on top of an 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Mühl was a painter, draftsman, and sculptor. He worked in a representational style and used light colors in simple compositions to create airy and refreshing pieces. He studied under the famous artist Nicolas de Staël.
  • Ethan Allen Musée Dynamique - Dakar
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    Ethan Allen Musée Dynamique - Dakar
    Soulages was inspired by painters such as Picasso and Cézanne very early on. His powerful canvases are devoid of any reference to nature, relying on their rhythmic partition of the surface and on the relationship between forms and the textures of the paint to create what some critics described as "melodies" or "symphonies" of space. Using just one color to create a stark contrast against the white ground, Soulages refuses to commit himself to painting color harmonies. Lithographic poster, 1974. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Soulages is a French painter, engraver, lithographer, and designer. He arrived in Paris in 1938 with the intent to study painting, but he decided not to enter the École des Beaux-Arts after seeing exhibitions of Cézanne and Picasso's work. After meeting Sonia Delaunay, he became interested in abstract art and eventually settled in the French capital in 1946. There, he resumed painting and made his first non-figurative works in 1947 with black signs in heavy brushstrokes on a light ground. He still lives in Paris and exhibits regularly.
  • Ethan Allen Galerie Karl Flinker
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    Ethan Allen Galerie Karl Flinker
    Dribbling paint onto loose canvasses, Jenkins allowed his paint to roll, pool and bleed, and he sometimes even kneaded the canvas. By directing the canvas to control the flow of paint, Jenkins achieves a luminous, diaphanous effect in his pigments. At the beginning of the 1960s, influenced by Goethe's color theories, he began to preface the titles of his works with the word "Phenomena," followed by a key word or phrase. Lithographic poster, 1965. Limited quantity. Traditional silver frame. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Jenkins was an American abstract expressionist painter. He was born in Kansas City, Missouri, where he met Frank Lloyd Wright and Thomas Hart Benton. In 1948, he moved to New York City where, on the G.I. Bill, he studied at the Art Students League of New York with Yasuo Kuniyoshi for four years and with Morris Kantor. During that time, he met Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, and Barnett Newman. In 1953, he traveled to Europe, working for three months in Taormina, Sicily, before settling in Paris.
  • Ethan Allen European Clock Dial Fragment
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    Ethan Allen European Clock Dial Fragment
    Time has been kind. This decorative dial offers grand style on a grand scale. Each piece is assembled and finished by hand, so each one is unique. The charming fixed hands mean this ‘clock’ will be right twice a day. Made of sheet steel. Aged grey and ivory hand painted finish. Hand crafted each item is unique. Decorative art – not a working clock.
  • Ethan Allen La Géante II
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    Ethan Allen La Géante II
    The illustrative quality of Magritte's pictures often results in a powerful paradox: images that are beautiful in their clarity and simplicity but also provoke unsettling thoughts. They seem to declare that they hide no mystery, and yet they are also marvelously strange. Magritte was fascinated by the interactions of textual and visual signs, and some of his most famous pictures employ both words and images. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1950. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Magritte was a painter, draftsman, printmaker, sculptor, photographer, and filmmaker. He was one of the major figures of Surrealism and perhaps the greatest Belgian artist of the 20th century. Just as Magritte was achieving success and recognition, World War II broke out. Although he continued to develop his signature style, he also increasingly deployed a bright, impressionistic palette as a subversive response to the bleakness of the war. By the end of his life, he enjoyed great success, and there were six major retrospectives of his œuvre in the 1960s alone.
  • Ethan Allen Buste de Femme au Chapeau Bleu - Musée des Arts Décoratifs
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    Ethan Allen Buste de Femme au Chapeau Bleu - Musée des Arts Décoratifs
    It was a confluence of influences that encouraged Picasso to lend his figures more weight and structure around 1906. And they ultimately set him on the path towards Cubism, in which he deconstructed the conventions of perspectival space that had dominated painting since the Renaissance. These innovations would have far-reaching consequences for practically all of modern art, revolutionizing attitudes to the depiction of form in space. Lithographic poster, 1955. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Picasso was a painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet, and playwright who spent most of his adult life in France. His artistic genius has impacted the development of modern and contemporary art with unparalleled magnitude. His prolific output includes more than 20,000 paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, theatre sets, and costumes that convey a variety of intellectual, political, social, and amorous messages.
  • Ethan Allen Braided White Centerpiece
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    Ethan Allen Braided White Centerpiece
    Our intricately braided, earthenware centerpiece complements any table perfectly. It’s finished in a classic snow-white glazing for go-anywhere appeal. Made of earthenware. Glossy, bright white glaze. Made in Italy.
  • Ethan Allen Mixed Yellow Roses in Glass
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    Ethan Allen Mixed Yellow Roses in Glass
    A bunch of blooming yellow roses makes a stunning display. Blunt-cut stems are arranged in a round glass cylinder for a classic touch of natural beauty. Yellow roses in various stages of bloom. Round clear glass cylinder. Container dimensions: 7" dia. x 7"h. Actual blooms, foliage, and placement may vary due to the hand-crafted nature of this item.
  • Ethan Allen Tea Leaf Bonsai
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    Ethan Allen Tea Leaf Bonsai
    This substantial low bonsai lends warmth to any decor. Stylishly placed in an ebony-finished curved metal container, it looks freshly grown and freshly groomed from season to season. Tea leaf bonsai. Square, metal container with ebony finish. Container dimensions: 13.5” W X 6” H X 13.5” D. Actual foliage and placement may vary due to the hand-crafted nature of this item.
  • Ethan Allen Untitled
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    Ethan Allen Untitled
    Cocteau was a master at representing the languid forms of his subjects in sketches. He often used no more than five or six lines to create a woman's long wavy hair, full lips, or searching eyes. An important exponent of avant-garde art, he had great influence on the work of others, including Picasso. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1983. Limited quantity. Contemporary brushed silver frame. 4-ply soft mushroom archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Cocteau was a playwright, a novelist, artist, poet, designer, and filmmaker. He truly was a renaissance man living in Paris through the city's great artistic heyday. During the years of the Great War, Cocteau began to associate himself with artists across differing spheres, including the Russian ballet director Diaghilev, composers Stravinsky and Satie, and Picasso; however, it was not until his later life that Cocteau added art to his creative endeavors and experimented with pastels, prints, and posters. He eventually took up easel painting in 1950.
  • Ethan Allen Le Cirque
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    Ethan Allen Le Cirque
    Léger understood the Cubist notion of freeing the painter from a responsibility to realism yet he was more interested in materialism than other Cubists, such as Braque and Picasso. He sought to express the noise, dynamism, and speed of new technology and machinery, working through several themes or cycles of imagery depicting humans in motion. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1991. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Contemporary black frame. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Léger was a draftsman, illustrator, printmaker, stage designer, filmmaker, and ceramicist. In his early works, he created a personal form of Cubism, which he gradually modified into a more figurative, populist style. His boldly simplified treatment of modern subject matter has caused him to be regarded as a forerunner of pop art. His mature work underwent many changes, from Cubist-derived abstraction in the 1910s to distinctive realist imagery in the 1950s.
  • Ethan Allen De A à Z
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    Ethan Allen De A à Z
    De Kooning worked simultaneously in figurative and abstract modes. Although known for continually reworking his canvases, he often left them with a sense of dynamic incompletion, as if the forms were still in the process of moving and settling and coming into definition. In this sense, his paintings exemplify "action painting" - they are like records of a violent encounter, rather than finished works in the old Beaux-Arts tradition of fine painting. Lithographic poster, 1963. Limited quantity. Transitional silver frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. De Kooning was an abstract expressionist artist who was born in the Netherlands. After living for a year in Belgium in 1924, he traveled as a stowaway to the U.S., arriving in Virginia in August of 1926. He worked his way to Boston on a coal ship and then worked as a house painter in Hoboken, New Jersey, before moving across the Hudson to Manhattan. In the post-World War II era, he painted in a style that came to be referred to as "abstract expressionism" or "action painting." He was part of a group of artists that came to be known as the New York School.
  • Ethan Allen Musée Matisse Danseuse Créole
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    Ethan Allen Musée Matisse Danseuse Créole
    Matisse's signature cutout style is beautifully reproduced in this exhibition lithograph that was printed by Mourlot, Paris in 1965 for the French Tourism office to promote the city of Nice. For Matisse, the use of paper cutouts represented the apotheosis of his work, bringing together drawing, color and sculpture. Lithographic poster on Arches paper, 1965. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Matisse studied in Paris at the École des Beaux-Arts and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau and Gustave Moreau. Regarded as the leader of the Fauvist movement, Matisse pursued the expressiveness of color throughout his career, and by 1917, his celebration of color reached its peak when he began to spend time on the French Riviera.
  • Ethan Allen La Leçon de Philétas, Les Amoureux Devant l'Arbre
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    Ethan Allen La Leçon de Philétas, Les Amoureux Devant l'Arbre
    This poster, created for an exhibition of works by Marc Chagall that traveled Japan in 1987, was an interpretation of a previous lithograph from the Daphnis and Chloé series. Chagall flirted with many radical Modernist styles at various points throughout his career, including Cubism, Suprematism, and Surrealism, all of which possibly encouraged him to work in an entirely abstract style. Yet he rejected each of them in succession, remaining committed to figurative and narrative art, making him one of the modern period's most prominent exponents of the more traditional approach. Lithographic poster, 1987. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Chagall was a Russian-Jewish painter and one of the best-known representatives of the Russian Avant-Garde in the West. A prolific and multifaceted artist, Chagall left behind him thousands of works in many different techniques and media that have established him as one of the foremost artists of the 20th century.
  • Ethan Allen Galerie Knoedler
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    Ethan Allen Galerie Knoedler
    It was a confluence of influences that encouraged Picasso to lend his figures more weight and structure around 1906. And they ultimately set him on the path towards Cubism, in which he deconstructed the conventions of perspectival space that had dominated painting since the Renaissance. These innovations would have far-reaching consequences for practically all of modern art, revolutionizing attitudes to the depiction of form in space. Lithographic poster, 1971. Limited quantity. Traditional silver frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Picasso was a painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet, and playwright who spent most of his adult life in France. His artistic genius has impacted the development of modern and contemporary art with unparalleled magnitude. His prolific output includes more than 20,000 paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, theatre sets, and costumes that convey a variety of intellectual, political, social, and amorous messages.
  • Ethan Allen Untitled
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    Ethan Allen Untitled
    This bright and colorful original lithograph is typical of Cathelin's sober and elegant style. Very popular in Europe and Japan, his work is greatly influenced by Henri Matisse and exalts the ultimate search for beauty in art. Cathelin was adamant that art should bring grace and joy to the viewers. Lithograph, 1983. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Cathelin was born in Paris and studied under Henri Matisse and Maurice Brianchon, but his distinguished style separated him from his peers. Primarily using brushes and palette knives with oil on canvas, Cathelin applied rich colors and textures to poetic subjects honoring his home country and travels. He was also a skilled lithographer who worked alongside Marc Chagall and Pablo Picasso in the Mourlot print shop in Paris; he created more than 400 lithographs during his career.
  • Ethan Allen Coca Cola
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    Ethan Allen Coca Cola
    Buffet is a painter whose barren landscapes, harsh still life, gaunt religious scenes, and sad circus clowns brought him early fame and fortune. His rigorous gothic art is a reflection of his own personality: individualistic, elegant, sober, solitary, and melancholic. His first original lithograph dates from 1952, and from that time, he dedicated himself almost exclusively to this demanding artistic medium. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1986. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Transitional silver frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Buffet was an Expressionist painter and printmaker. By 1948, he had had his first one-man exhibition and received the Prix de la Critique. In the 1950s, he was considered the principal figurative artist in Paris, and during this period, the "misérabilisme" movement influenced him. His work appears in many major museums, including the Tate Gallery in London and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris.
  • Ethan Allen Les Peintres Témoins de Leur Temps, Musée Galliera (before lettering)
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    Ethan Allen Les Peintres Témoins de Leur Temps, Musée Galliera (before lettering)
    This vintage lithographic poster before lettering was executed for the annual exhibition "Les Peintres Témoins de Leur Temps" at the Galliera Museum in Paris. It was printed in collaboration with Charles Sorlier who was designated as the craftsman in charge of Chagall's lithographs at the Mourlot Studio. This particular image is based on a painting depicting a spoof on the Russian revolution. The central figure is Vladimir Lenin doing a handstand on a table, and in the process, dropping his red flag. Lithograph, 1963. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Chagall was a Russian-Jewish painter and one of the best-known representatives of the Russian Avant-Garde in the West. A prolific and multifaceted artist, Chagall left behind him thousands of works in many different techniques and media that have established him as one of the foremost artists of the 20th century.
  • Ethan Allen Atelier Mourlot 115 Bank Street, New York (before lettering)
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    Ethan Allen Atelier Mourlot 115 Bank Street, New York (before lettering)
    Masson was mostly associated with Surrealism. He believed that forcing himself into a reduced state of consciousness would help his art be free from rational control and hence get closer to the workings of his subconscious mind. He experimented with altered states of consciousness with other artists such as Miró and Dubuffet. Lithograph, 1967. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional silver frame. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Masson was a painter, sculptor, illustrator, designer, and writer born in Balagny-sur-Thérain (Oise). He spent most of his youth in Brussels, where he worked as pattern drawer in an embroidery studio and studied part-time at the Académie des Beaux-Arts. Then he moved to Paris and studied at the École des Beaux-Arts from 1912 to1914. After serving in the French army, he lived in the south of France before returning to Paris where he met Gris, Derain, and later Miró and Breton.
  • Ethan Allen Untitled
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    Ethan Allen Untitled
    Dufy's cheerful work mostly depicts events of the time period, including yachting scenes, sparkling views of the French Riviera, chic parties, and musical events. The optimistic, fashionably decorative, elegant, and illustrative nature of much of his work was at first less highly valued critically than the works of artists who have addressed a wider range of social concerns; however, over time, collectors and critics came to greatly appreciate his particularly distinctive approach. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1965. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Dufy was a painter and designer noted for his brightly colored and highly decorative scenes of luxury and pleasure. He was associated with the Fauvist movement and is best known for depicting recreational scenes, such as horse races and regattas. He also worked as an illustrator and printmaker, creating whimsically drawn etchings and lithographs in the 1920s and '30s.
  • Ethan Allen Provence IX
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    Ethan Allen Provence IX
    One of Mühl's major sources of creativity throughout his career was light. It was in the south of France that he found the intense, bright sunlight that inspired him most. In this series of original signed lithographs from 1986, the artist depicts the landscapes around his home in Provence. These works were created to accompany texts and poems written by French author Marcel Pagnol. Original lithograph, 1986. Limited quantity. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Contemporary white frame. Print floats on top of an 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Mühl was a painter, draftsman, and sculptor. He worked in a representational style and used light colors in simple compositions to create airy and refreshing pieces. He studied under the famous artist Nicolas de Staël.
  • Ethan Allen Provence VI
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    Ethan Allen Provence VI
    One of Mühl's major sources of creativity throughout his career was light. It was in the south of France that he found the intense, bright sunlight that inspired him most. In this series of original signed lithographs from 1986, the artist depicts the landscapes around his home in Provence. These works were created to accompany texts and poems written by French author Marcel Pagnol. Original lithograph, 1986. Limited quantity. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Contemporary white frame. Print floats on top of an 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Mühl was a painter, draftsman, and sculptor. He worked in a representational style and used light colors in simple compositions to create airy and refreshing pieces. He studied under the famous artist Nicolas de Staël.
  • Ethan Allen Karl Flinker
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    Ethan Allen Karl Flinker
    Dribbling paint onto loose canvasses, Jenkins allowed his paint to roll, pool and bleed, and he sometimes even kneaded the canvas. By directing the canvas to control the flow of paint, Jenkins achieves a luminous, diaphanous effect in his pigments. At the beginning of the 1960s, influenced by Goethe's color theories, he began to preface the titles of his works with the word "Phenomena," followed by a key word or phrase. Lithographic poster, 1963. Limited quantity. Traditional silver frame. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Jenkins was an American abstract expressionist painter. He was born in Kansas City, Missouri, where he met Frank Lloyd Wright and Thomas Hart Benton. In 1948, he moved to New York City where, on the G.I. Bill, he studied at the Art Students League of New York with Yasuo Kuniyoshi for four years and with Morris Kantor. During that time, he met Mark Rothko, Jackson Pollock, Lee Krasner, and Barnett Newman. In 1953, he traveled to Europe, working for three months in Taormina, Sicily, before settling in Paris.
  • Ethan Allen Médecins du Monde
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    Ethan Allen Médecins du Monde
    In his early career, Adami's works were expressionistic, but by 1964, he had developed a style of painting reminiscent of French cloisonnism, featuring regions of flat color bordered by black lines. His subjects are highly stylized and often presented in fragments in which objects are taken out of perspective and seen anew. In the 1970s, Adami began to address politics in his art and incorporate subject matter such as modern European history, literature, philosophy, and mythology. He has been the subject of critical studies by Jacques Derrida, Italo Calvino, Jean-François Lyotard, and others. Lithographic poster, 1988. Limited quantity. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Adami was born in Bologna and educated at the Accademia di Brera in Milan where he studied as a draftsman from 1951 to 1954. Early on, he was mostly associated with the Pop Art movement. His first major show in 1962 at the Institute of Contemporary Art in London was quickly followed by an exhibit at Documenta III in Kassel. He also represented Italy at the 1968 Venice Biennale. Nowadays, Adami mostly works between London and Paris.
  • Ethan Allen Mixed White Roses in Cachepot
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    Ethan Allen Mixed White Roses in Cachepot
    Flower-garden beautiful. 100% perennial. An overflowing mix of stunning, full-blooming white roses look natural in a classic blue and white ceramic cachepot. White roses with leaves. Ceramic blue and white cachepot. Container dimensions: 6" dia. x 6"h. Actual blooms, foliage, and placement may vary due to the hand-crafted nature of this item.
  • Ethan Allen Madame de Pompadour
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    Ethan Allen Madame de Pompadour
    Matisse's signature cutout style is beautifully reproduced in this 1995 reproduction of the poster originally printed by Mourlot in 1951 to honor the year-end ball of the École des Arts Décoratifs. For Matisse, the use of paper cutouts represented the apotheosis of his work, bringing together drawing, color, and sculpture. Lithographic poster, 1995. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Matisse studied in Paris at the École des Beaux-Arts and became a student of William-Adolphe Bouguereau and Gustave Moreau. Regarded as the leader of the Fauvist movement, Matisse pursued the expressiveness of color throughout his career, and by 1917, his celebration of color reached its peak when he began to spend time on the French Riviera.
  • Ethan Allen Le Bouquet de Renoncules
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    Ethan Allen Le Bouquet de Renoncules
    Chagall flirted with many radical Modernist styles at various points throughout his career, including Cubism, Suprematism, and Surrealism, all of which possibly encouraged him to work in an entirely abstract style. Yet he rejected each of them in succession, remaining committed to figurative and narrative art, making him one of the modern period's most prominent exponents of the more traditional approach. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1994. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Chagall was a Russian-Jewish painter and one of the best-known representatives of the Russian Avant-Garde in the West. A prolific and multifaceted artist, Chagall left behind him thousands of works in many different techniques and media that have established him as one of the foremost artists of the 20th century.
  • Ethan Allen Bouquet with Flying Lovers
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    Ethan Allen Bouquet with Flying Lovers
    Chagall flirted with many radical Modernist styles at various points throughout his career, including Cubism, Suprematism, and Surrealism, all of which possibly encouraged him to work in an entirely abstract style. Yet he rejected each of them in succession, remaining committed to figurative and narrative art, making him one of the modern period's most prominent exponents of the more traditional approach. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1994. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Chagall was a Russian-Jewish painter and one of the best-known representatives of the Russian Avant-Garde in the West. A prolific and multifaceted artist, Chagall left behind him thousands of works in many different techniques and media that have established him as one of the foremost artists of the 20th century.
  • Ethan Allen Untitled
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    Ethan Allen Untitled
    Dufy's cheerful work mostly depicts events of the time period, including yachting scenes, sparkling views of the French Riviera, chic parties, and musical events. The optimistic, fashionably decorative, elegant, and illustrative nature of much of his work was at first less highly valued critically than the works of artists who have addressed a wider range of social concerns; however, over time, collectors and critics came to greatly appreciate his particularly distinctive approach. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1958. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Dufy was a painter and designer noted for his brightly colored and highly decorative scenes of luxury and pleasure. He was associated with the Fauvist movement and is best known for depicting recreational scenes, such as horse races and regattas. He also worked as an illustrator and printmaker, creating whimsically drawn etchings and lithographs in the 1920s and '30s.
  • Ethan Allen Homage to Ben Shahn
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    Ethan Allen Homage to Ben Shahn
    Alexander Calder, as a tribute to the artist Ben Shahn, created this original lithographic poster. Ben Shahn, a Lithuanian-born American artist, was a close friend of Calder's, and the two were part of a tight group of writers and artists in New York after World War II. This print is an example of a two-dimensional work where Calder, just as he would in one of his mobiles, gives a sense that the shapes are randomly arranged in space by chance. Lithographic poster, 1975. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Calder is one of the most acclaimed and influential sculptors of the 20th century. He is renowned for the invention of the mobile, kinetic construction of suspended abstract elements that describe individual movements. He also produced numerous wire figures, notably for a miniature circus. In addition to sculptures, Calder painted throughout his career, beginning in the early 1920s. He picked up his study of printmaking after moving to Paris in 1926 and continued to produce illustrations for books and journals.
  • Ethan Allen An American Portrait (before lettering)
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    Ethan Allen An American Portrait (before lettering)
    Lindner's signature figural works reflect his perception of the unfulfillment of pop culture and are shown in surreal settings with bright, garish colors, flat forms, and faces with severe expressions. Critics have described Lindner's work as a mixture of mechanistic Cubism infused with personal imagination. Lithograph, 1975. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Lindner was a painter born in Hamburg, Germany. He studied at the Kunstgewerbeschule (Academy of Fine Arts), and from 1924 to 1927, lived in Munich where he studied at the Kunstakademie. He left for Paris in 1933 and earned a living as a commercial artist. Lindner was interned in 1939 and then served in the French and British armies until he left for America in 1941. In New York City, he worked as an illustrator of books and magazines. In 1948, he became an American citizen. From 1952 to 1965, he taught at the Pratt Institute and, from 1967 on, at Yale University School of Art and Architecture.
  • Ethan Allen Provence I
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    Ethan Allen Provence I
    One of Mühl's major sources of creativity throughout his career was light. It was in the south of France that he found the intense, bright sunlight that inspired him most. In this series of original signed lithographs from 1986, the artist depicts the landscapes around his home in Provence. These works were created to accompany texts and poems written by French author Marcel Pagnol. Original lithograph, 1986. Limited quantity. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. Contemporary white frame. Print floats on top of an 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Mühl was a painter, draftsman, and sculptor. He worked in a representational style and used light colors in simple compositions to create airy and refreshing pieces. He studied under the famous artist Nicolas de Staël.
  • Ethan Allen Musée Cantini - Marseille
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    Ethan Allen Musée Cantini - Marseille
    Léger understood the Cubist notion of freeing the painter from a responsibility to realism yet he was more interested in materialism than other Cubists, such as Braque and Picasso. He sought to express the noise, dynamism, and speed of new technology and machinery, working through several themes or cycles of imagery depicting humans in motion. Lithographic poster, 1966. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 8-ply bright white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Léger was a draftsman, illustrator, printmaker, stage designer, filmmaker, and ceramicist. In his early works, he created a personal form of Cubism, which he gradually modified into a more figurative, populist style. His boldly simplified treatment of modern subject matter has caused him to be regarded as a forerunner of pop art. His mature work underwent many changes, from Cubist-derived abstraction in the 1910s to distinctive realist imagery in the 1950s.
  • Ethan Allen Musée Cantini - Marseille
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    Ethan Allen Musée Cantini - Marseille
    It was a confluence of influences that encouraged Picasso to lend his figures more weight and structure around 1906. And they ultimately set him on the path towards Cubism, in which he deconstructed the conventions of perspectival space that had dominated painting since the Renaissance. These innovations would have far-reaching consequences for practically all of modern art, revolutionizing attitudes to the depiction of form in space. Lithographic poster, 1959. Limited quantity. Transitional silver frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Picasso was a painter, sculptor, printmaker, ceramicist, stage designer, poet, and playwright who spent most of his adult life in France. His artistic genius has impacted the development of modern and contemporary art with unparalleled magnitude. His prolific output includes more than 20,000 paintings, prints, drawings, sculptures, ceramics, theatre sets, and costumes that convey a variety of intellectual, political, social, and amorous messages.
  • Ethan Allen Orangerie des Tuileries
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    Ethan Allen Orangerie des Tuileries
    Giacometti wanted to depict figures in a way that captures a palpable sense of spatial distance so that viewers might share in the artist's own sense of distance from his model or from the encounter that inspired the work. His figures represented human beings alone in the world, turned in on themselves and failing to communicate despite their overwhelming desire to reach out. Lithographic poster, 1969. Limited quantity. Transitional black frame with subtle silver brush strokes. 4-ply soft charcoal archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Giacometti was a sculptor, painter, draftsman, and printmaker. He is primarily remembered as a Surrealist artist. He explained that, whether sculpture, painting, drawing, or print, his artwork reflected how he emotionally responded to his subjects; he rendered people the way he believed they ought to be seen by others. Ultimately, Giacometti was among the most influential of all modern artists, creating expressive paintings, portraits of stark figures, and lyrical drawings which continue to inspire artists and collectors alike.
  • Ethan Allen Untitled
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    Ethan Allen Untitled
    Buffet is a painter whose barren landscapes, harsh still life, gaunt religious scenes, and sad circus clowns brought him early fame and fortune. His rigorous gothic art is a reflection of his own personality: individualistic, elegant, sober, solitary, and melancholic. His first original lithograph dates from 1952, and from that time, he dedicated himself almost exclusively to this demanding artistic medium. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1982. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Transitional silver frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Buffet was an Expressionist painter and printmaker. By 1948, he had had his first one-man exhibition and received the Prix de la Critique. In the 1950s, he was considered the principal figurative artist in Paris, and during this period, the "misérabilisme" movement influenced him. His work appears in many major museums, including the Tate Gallery in London and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris.
  • Ethan Allen Sun Over Paris
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    Ethan Allen Sun Over Paris
    Chagall flirted with many radical Modernist styles at various points throughout his career, including Cubism, Suprematism, and Surrealism, all of which possibly encouraged him to work in an entirely abstract style. Yet he rejected each of them in succession, remaining committed to figurative and narrative art, making him one of the modern period's most prominent exponents of the more traditional approach. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1994. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Chagall was a Russian-Jewish painter and one of the best-known representatives of the Russian Avant-Garde in the West. A prolific and multifaceted artist, Chagall left behind him thousands of works in many different techniques and media that have established him as one of the foremost artists of the 20th century.
  • Ethan Allen Les Trois Cierges
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    Ethan Allen Les Trois Cierges
    Chagall flirted with many radical Modernist styles at various points throughout his career, including Cubism, Suprematism, and Surrealism, all of which possibly encouraged him to work in an entirely abstract style. Yet he rejected each of them in succession, remaining committed to figurative and narrative art, making him one of the modern period's most prominent exponents of the more traditional approach. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1994. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Chagall was a Russian-Jewish painter and one of the best-known representatives of the Russian Avant-Garde in the West. A prolific and multifaceted artist, Chagall left behind him thousands of works in many different techniques and media that have established him as one of the foremost artists of the 20th century.
  • Ethan Allen St.Tropez
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    Ethan Allen St.Tropez
    Buffet is a painter whose barren landscapes, harsh still life, gaunt religious scenes, and sad circus clowns brought him early fame and fortune. His rigorous gothic art is a reflection of his own personality: individualistic, elegant, sober, solitary, and melancholic. His first original lithograph dates from 1952, and from that time, he dedicated himself almost exclusively to this demanding artistic medium. Lithograph on Arches paper, 1981. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Transitional silver frame. 8-ply soft white archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Buffet was an Expressionist painter and printmaker. By 1948, he had had his first one-man exhibition and received the Prix de la Critique. In the 1950s, he was considered the principal figurative artist in Paris, and during this period, the "misérabilisme" movement influenced him. His work appears in many major museums, including the Tate Gallery in London and the Musée d'Art Moderne in Paris.
  • Ethan Allen Œuvres Cubistes (without text)
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    Ethan Allen Œuvres Cubistes (without text)
    Gris began to paint in 1911, and after 1912, he participated in the Cubist movement. His work is valued for its depth and consistency rather than its innovative style. Gris is also recognized for his independent and distinctive approach and noted for the classical purity and lucidity of his paintings. He is often credited for pushing Cubism further to its logical conclusion. Lithograph, 1973. Limited quantity. Annotated and stamped by the Mourlot Estate. Traditional gold frame. 8-ply ivory archival mat. Tru Vue Conservation Clear® glass. Artist Biography. Gris was born in Madrid. In 1906, he moved to Paris and became friends with Henri Matisse, Georges Braque, and Fernand Léger. He began to paint seriously in 1911 and developed his belief in the importance of mathematics in painting. In 1924, Gris designed ballet sets and costumes for Sergei Diaghilev and the famous Ballets Russes. After October 1925, Gris was frequently ill with bouts of uremia and cardiac problems. He died of renal failure at the age of 40.
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