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  • Crate & Barrel Liquid Crimson Print
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    In this expressive, abstract composition Liz Jardine experimented with media and new ways of applying paint to canvas. Using multiple layers of gesso to create a very ground, she spilled on layers of acrylic paints, metallic glazes and ink, rotating and tilting the surface to allow the paints to drip and mix. Giclée print of the original is cleanly framed in a white ash with a hand-rubbed ebony finish.
  • Safari Animals with Burled Wood Frame, Lion
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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.
  • 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.
  • Crate & Barrel Coastal Clouds Print
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    Inspired by the coastal view of the setting sun, artist Sheila Finch layered transparent veils of oil paint to replicate the scene's dramatic vista of clouds, light and atmosphere. The vibrancy of Finch's original painting is brilliantly captured in a giclée print on paper. Each print is hand signed by the artist and is handsomely framed in pulai wood with a dark brown finish.
  • 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.
  • Crate & Barrel Wishful Print
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    Sisa's broad swaths of oil paint on linen evoke the emotional resonance of color and gesture popularized by the painters of the Abstract Expressionist school. The beauty of the original painting is brilliantly replicated as a giclée print on canvas. Each signed print is framed in a simple surround of pulai wood with a walnut wood grain finish.
  • Pantalla ("Lampshade"), 1920
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Botanical Sketch
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    Discovered in a London antiques shop, these illustrations date to the Victorian era and the dawn of modern botany. Beautifully melding science and art, they depict four varieties of the Malabaria plant, each with its own distinctive leaves and flowering stems. Our giclée prints re-create their subtle monochrome shading, as well as the aged character they acquired over a century. Careful reproductions of botanical sketches from the late 1800s. Giclée printing captures the exquisite detailing of the original artwork. Printed on archival watercolor paper. Floated on cotton mats and mounted behind glass. Framed in wood molding with a hand silver-leafed finish. Ready to hang with wire at the back.
  • Pasador ("Bolt"), 1940
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Pottery Barn Vintage Inspired Paris Map Framed Print
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    The gentle curve of the Seine brings as much life to the city of Paris as it does to this map. An exacting reproduction of a vintage find, ours is professionally matted and framed for long-lasting style. 60.5" wide x 46.5" high x 1.75" thick Giclée print. Frame is made of shorea wood with a black matte painted finish. Plexiglas front. Internet only.
  • Roseta Techo ("Roof Rosette"), 1949
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    Argentina's most famous blacksmith, José Thenée won international acclaim in the 1920s and 1930s for his works in metal. Throughout his life, he created hundreds of detailed schematics for items such as lighting, hardware and architectural adornments. Today, these drawings from his studio offer glimpses into the extraordinary, inspired mind of this master craftsman – and stand on their own as compelling, coveted works of art. Charcoal and ink drawings on paper are one-of-a-kind originals from the studio of José Thenée. All frames have a dark walnut finish and UV-protective Plexiglas® to help preserve the artwork. Drawings smaller than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide, ivory-hued archival mat, a 1½"-wide wooden frame, and a D-ring and wire for mounting. Drawings larger than 37" x 57" include a 1½"-wide ivory-hued fabric mat, a 2½"-wide wooden frame, and 2 D-rings for mounting.
  • Jody Dole Photography, Barn, Bushnell Farm
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    Award-winning photographer Jody Dole captures the serenity and soulfulness of rural backroads with images rich in texture and infused with mystery. Tightly cropped and printed in soft sepia tones, this image of a Connecticut barn has a timeless quality – as if the distant past has been miraculously brought into sharp focus. The limited-edition studio print is signed by the photographer. 48 1/4" wide x 37 1/8" 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. European Document Seals Small - 8
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    These seals were stamped on an array of French and Italian official documents during the 18th century – from church ledgers and wills to property deeds and government correspondence. We've replicated these vestiges of history, reproducing the intricate designs on acid-free archival paper, aged for an antique patina. Framed in wood, the seals make an impressive statement as a stand-alone piece or in a series. A faithful replica of an 18th-century French seal. Giclée printed on acid-free, archival paper. Set behind Plexiglas® with a white border in an ebonized wood frame. Mounting hardware included.
  • Steiner Sports Framed David Wright Collage
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    This framed collage features a map of all 32 baseball parks, with game used field dirt from each to go along with the number of hits he has had against each team. 20" x 32" Wood frame Made in USA Please note: This collage comes with a Steiner Sports Certificate of Authenticity.
  • Edison Lightbulb Patent Document - White
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    American inventor Thomas Alva Edison held more than 1,000 patents in the United States, the most famous of which are for his electric light bulbs and lamps. Printed on acid-free, high-resolution paper and displayed within a distressed wood frame, our meticulous reproduction of his electric light patents celebrates the beauty of Edison's invention as well as its historical significance. Thomas A. Edison electric light patent no. 239,745, Dated and notarized by the US Patent Office on May 4, 1880. Expertly reproduced and printed on high-resolution acid-free white paper with black lettering. Framed behind Plexiglas® in black-painted wood with a distressed finish. Mounting hardware included. Made in the USA.
  • Jody Dole Photography, Woodpile, Bushnell Farm
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    Tightly cropped to fill the frame with texture and pattern, this image of stacked firewood by award-winning photographer Jody Dole has the quality of abstract art. Sepia tones lend the image a dreamy, timeless quality. The limited-edition studio print is signed by the photographer. 56 3/4" wide x 41 3/4" high. Printed on glossy photo paper. Set behind a beveled white paper mat. Framed in rustic, distressed wood with a gray finish and set behind Plexiglas. Ready to hang with sawtooth mount at the back.
  • 19th C. Cameo Collection - 3
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    Both historical artifact and work of art, cameos have enchanted people since ancient Greek and Roman times. Showcasing neoclassic themes based on 19th-century models or castings, each of our cameos is set with a gold bezel and is displayed in a shadow box behind glass. Meticulous reproductions of 19th-century neoclassic cameos. Cast in plaster and surrounded with gold sides. Mounted within a raised gray mat board with an intaglio carved counter relief. Slender wood frame has gold metal leaf finish.
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  • Crate & Barrel Dinosaur Study II Print
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    The extravagant forms of ancient life are elegantly articulated in intriguing drawings that bring fine art to scientific observation. Intricately drawn in pencil, Ethan Harper renders dinosaur skeletons in on naturally aged parchment paper. Our giclée print on deckled paper captures all the detail of the original. Floated on a single white back mat, the print is framed in radiata pine, stained ebony with a hand-rubbed finish and honed edges.
  • Quartier De Palais Royal
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    This series of maps of Paris's arrondissements was originally published in an 1834 folio for French engineer Aristide M. Perrot. Discovered nearly 150 years later, the collection is a remarkable record of the city under the reign of Louis Philippe I, the last king of France. Reproduced on acid-free archival paper, each map displays a portion of an arrondissement as well as a single familiar landmark, with detailed locations of post boxes, cafés, hotels, public fountains, notaries, and schools clearly noted. Map of Paris's 2nd Arrondissement, Quartier du Palais Royal. Original map created in 1834 for French engineer A.M. Perrot and printed in the Petit Atlas Pittoresque des 48 Quartiers de la Ville de Paris. Expertly reproduced and giclée printed on archival acid-free paper. Framed in an ebonized wood frame behind Plexiglas®
  • Fornasetti Self Portrait Reprint
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    Limited edition reprint of Piero Fornasetti's self portrait, "Door on Side of Head," reproduced on Hahnemuhle paper and custom framed under glass. Limited edition, numbered of 9. Reproduced from the 1930-40's on smooth Hahnemuhle 308g paper. Handmade gold-painted wood frame; wall mountable. 11" width x 14.75" length x 1.75" depth. Made in Italy.
  • 19th C. Cameo Panel Collection - 2
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    Displaying ancient Greco-Roman themes inspired by neoclassic models or castings, our cameo panels are carved in plaster and displayed in a shadow box behind glass. Meticulous reproductions of 19th-century neoclassic cameo panels. Cast in plaster. Mounted within a raised white mat board. Slender wood frame has silver metal leaf finish.
  • 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.
  • 19th C. Cameo Panel Collection - 4
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    Displaying ancient Greco-Roman themes inspired by neoclassic models or castings, our cameo panels are carved in plaster and displayed in a shadow box behind glass. Meticulous reproductions of 19th-century neoclassic cameo panels. Cast in plaster. Mounted within a raised white mat board. Slender wood frame has silver metal leaf finish.
  • Crate & Barrel Papeles Print
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    Ancient handcrafted tradition marries modern natural style in this show-stopping work of art that has the artisanal look of a treasured find from far-flung places. Intricately woven of handcrafted paper of boiled bark, this piece is based on a time-honored technique of the Oaxacan people of ancient Mexico. Concentric rectangles of marbled, gnarled and woven fibers demonstrate a wealth of intricate pattern and texture unique to each piece. Strong linear format hangs vertically or horizontally for maximum impact. Each museum-quality piece is cleanly presented on a single white mat and framed in espresso-finished duria wood under plexiglass.
  • 19th C. European Intaglios Ivory - 1
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    Before photography, Europeans traditionally cast intaglios in plaster to commemorate the profiles of historic figures. Reproduced in stunning detail, ours are mounted on linen and displayed within shadowboxes behind glass. Reproductions of vintage plaster intaglios. Set of 3 mounted on ivory or black linen. Shadowboxed in a wood frame with a metal leaf inset fillet. In ivory linen with distressed ivory frame or black linen with distressed black frame. Ivory frame is accented by a fillet with an antiqued silver finish; black frame is accented by a fillet with an antiqued gold finish. Each intaglio is unique.
  • Fornasetti Self Portrait Reprint
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    Limited edition reprint of Piero Fornasetti's self portrait, "Boxes," reproduced on Hahnemuhle paper and custom framed under glass. Limited edition, numbered of 9. Reproduced from the 1930-40's on smooth Hahnemuhle 308g paper. Handmade gold-painted wood frame; wall mountable. 11" width x 14.75" length x 1.75" depth. Made in Italy.
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