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  • Crate & Barrel Seasonal Fence Print
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    Artist Jeanne Williamson is fascinated by the ways in which common chain-link fences parcel landscapes into gridded views. Watching the seasons change through this geometric perspective, she created a series of mixed-media works that begin as monoprints of fences. These images are then painted, collaged and stitched on fabric. The fine detail and nuanced color of Williamson's original composition is faithfully reproduced in our giclee print on paper signed by the artist. Each print is presented with a white and cream single mat and framed in radiata pine with a distressed matte gesso finish. Artist: Jeanne Williamson. Giclee print on paper, hand-signed by the artist. Radiata pine with distressed matte gesso finish. Glass. Hangs vertically or horizontally. Hang with D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.
  • Horchow "Blue Coral" Prints
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    Nature-inspired prints each depict a different variety of coral. Rendered in varying shades of blue, they are double matted in ivory and navy to enhance their beauty. Images are under glass and held within beveled-mirror frames. Made of paper, wood, and glass. Set of four; each, 15"W x 2"D x 19"T. Made in the USA of imported materials. Boxed weight, approximately 42 lbs.
  • Crate & Barrel Cascade Growth Print
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    Inspired by the lush, foliage-dense landscape of her Los Angeles home, artist Alexandra Carter brushes a luxuriant bouquet of leaves and grasses in verdant greens and extravagant washes. Although appearing as a traditional watercolor, her work is the result of an unusual technique by which Carter applies pools of ink to waterproof yupo paper, allowing the pigment to traverse across the non-porous surface in unpredictable ways. Our limited-edition giclée reproduction of the original painting is printed on paper and hand signed by the artist. Presented in a single white mat, the print is framed in pine with a matte white finish. Artist: Alexandra Carter. Giclée print on paper, hand signed by the artist. Pine frame with matte white finish. Glass. Numbered print of 475 editions. Hang with D rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.
  • Crate & Barrel Winter Helianthus Print
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    Long a favorite of artists, the iconic sunflower looks considerably different in Liz Innvar's landscape that considers the plant after its signature yellow petals are spent. Using ink and watercolor on handmade paper, she describes the stately stalks and nodding seed heads, abstracting their forms into intriguing shapes and washing the scene in fall's subdued palette. Offered in a limited-edition run of 350, each giclée reproduction on paper is hand signed and numbered by the artist and presented with an ivory top mat and a poplar wood frame with a warm satin bronze finish. Artist: Liz Innvar. Giclée print on paper. Poplar frame with satin bronze finish. Non-glare glass. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Numbered print of 350 editions. Hang with D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.
  • Crate & Barrel Intervals Triptych Print
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    Reading like a modern take on a Asian screen, Julie S. Graham's delicately sketched and subtly colored drawings lays out a three-part panorama of a fog-enshrouded landscape. In the undulating fence of brick-like rectangles and the fine-lined stems and grasses, she contrasts nature's organic forms with the ordered urban environment in a format that suggests movement and the passage of time. Three limited-release giclée reproductions of the original graphite, gouache and pencil drawings are presented side by side in single black-and-white double mat, framed in a bold matte black wood frame. Artist: Julie S. Graham. Giclée prints on paper. Durian wood frame with matte black finish. Double black and white mat. Glass. Numbered print of 265 editions. Hang with D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.
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  • Wendover Art Group Crackled Scenic View 11 Artwork
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    A hand-crackled finish lends an ethereal air to this giclee reproduction of a country landscape.
  • Ethan Allen Fern Impressions B
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    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.
  • Horchow "Hot Air Balloon" Giclee
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    Artist Deb Haugen's use of color and brushstrokes on this handcrafted giclee convey the buoyancy and movement of its inspiration, a hot air balloon. Giclee reproduction of original abstract art originally created in acrylic ink and pen. Double matted under glass in a white matte-finish wood frame. Signed by artist Deb Haugen. 29"W x 1.5"D x 35"T. Handcrafted in the USA. Boxed weight, approximately 17 lbs.
  • Ethan Allen L'Homme au Chandail
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    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.
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  • Set of 2 Possibilities Prints Wall Art
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    Expand your horizons and your possibilities with this pair of prints featuring sketched art of two serene landscapes. Fallen trees and patches of grass mark these otherwise barren scenes. Set of 2. Black finished molded polystyrene frame. Giclee prints. Double matted. Each is 28" wide. Each is 24" high.
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  • Ethan Allen Galerie Claude Bernard
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    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.
  • Crate & Barrel Arc & Rhythm Print
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    Arranging a collection of objects found in nature, artist Kelly Ventura was struck by the intriguing shapes, paring them down in this mixed-media painting to their most expressive forms. Choosing to focus on small and imagined details, she used expressively painted lines, subtle color washes and fluid brushstrokes to capture nature's nuances. Offered in a limited-edition run of 400, each giclée reproduction of the original artwork is hand signed and numbered by the artist and presented in a clean, matte black pine wood frame. Artist: Kelly Ventura. Giclée print on paper. Pine frame with matte black finish. Glass. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Numbered print of 400 editions. Hang with D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.
  • Ethan Allen Au Palais des Papes
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    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.
  • Wendover Art Group Golden Coast Artwork
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    This giclee reproduction features a timeless landscape motif in soothing colors and a rich texture.
  • Ethan Allen Galerie Berggruen
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    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.
  • Pottery Barn Framed Indigo Dots Abstract Print
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    These works are artful interpretations of shapes and movements within a landscape. While making these abstracts, the artist was influenced by the Japanese concept of wabi-sabi, or imperfection and impermanence, which gives these pieces characteristics of asymmetry and simplicity. Saturated indigo gives them a rich fluidity and texture. 24" wide x 30" high x 1.25" thick Giclee print. Archival quality beveled cut mat. Frame made of pine wood with a black matte painted finish. Glass front.
  • Ethan Allen Le Cantique des Cantiques
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    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.
  • Pottery Barn Dreamland Framed Print
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    Based on an imagined landscape, this giclée reproduction of a painting by New York City-based artist Laura Fayer captures the interaction between the earth and sky. Rich colors supplement the short, quick marks, creating an energetic composition that emulates a constant, ever-changing nature. 23.5" wide x 29.5" high x 0.75" thick Giclée print. Frame is made of pine with a distressed silver-gilt painted finish. Archival-quality white mat. Glass front. Internet only.
  • Ethan Allen Le Cycliste
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    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.
  • Fleun Series - #1, Limited Edition By Campbell Laird
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    Award-winning Australian artist Campbell Laird now offers his original images to modern art lovers. His works appear in private collections across the US, from the Trump Tower in NYC to modernist homes in the Hollywood Hills. For over 20 years, Laird has produced art for major US and foreign corporations, including Macys, American Express and 20th Century Fox, the New York Times, and the LA Times. Campbell's artwork was featured in the Dwell Magazine Case Study home, as well in Modernism and Los Angeles Magazines, among others. Limited Edition Series of 125 , each piece is individually printed on 20ml artist's cotton canvas or 310gsm watercolor paper, using pigment based inks of the highest quality, the archival rating for these giclee prints exceeds 150 years under gallery conditions. They are part of a limited edition of 125 and are proofed, signed and numbered by Campbell. Each piece is hand-brushed with three coats of specially formulated environmentally friendly UV varnish. A certificate of authenticity is included identifying the piece with the name, the edition number and date of publication. Campbell Laird is the one of the pioneers of water based pigment ink printing. No solvents of any kind are used from the ink to the final varnish finish. This process is completely eco friendly. The 8.5" x 11" prints have a 0.5" border and are not part of the Limited Edition Series. They are only available in Heavy Weight Archival Paper.
  • Ethan Allen L'Atelier Mourlot
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    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.
  • Crate & Barrel Fox Print
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    Using tonal brown washes for the fur and bold gestural lines to animate the feet and ears, Emma Brooks captures the swift movement of a fox on the prowl in this gorgeous work on paper. She leaves the white of the paper to describe the snowy surface as well as to add definition to the animal's coat, demonstrating a masterful, sensitive approach to working in watercolors. Our giclée reproduction of the original painting is printed on canvas without a mat in a floating, black wood frame. Artist: Emma Brooks. Giclée print on canvas. Kiln-dired pine frame with black finish. Hang with D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with soft dry cloth. Made in USA.
  • Ethan Allen The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
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    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.
  • Purer Series - #4, Limited Edition By Campbell Laird
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    Award-winning Australian artist Campbell Laird now offers his original images to modern art lovers. His works appear in private collections across the US, from the Trump Tower in NYC to modernist homes in the Hollywood Hills. For over 20 years, Laird has produced art for major US and foreign corporations, including Macys, American Express and 20th Century Fox, the New York Times, and the LA Times. Campbell's artwork was featured in the Dwell Magazine Case Study home, as well in Modernism and Los Angeles Magazines, among others. Limited Edition Series of 125 , each piece is individually printed on 20ml artist's cotton canvas or 310gsm watercolor paper, using pigment based inks of the highest quality, the archival rating for these giclee prints exceeds 150 years under gallery conditions. They are part of a limited edition of 125 and are proofed, signed and numbered by Campbell. Each piece is hand-brushed with three coats of specially formulated environmentally friendly UV varnish. A certificate of authenticity is included identifying the piece with the name, the edition number and date of publication. Campbell Laird is the one of the pioneers of water based pigment ink printing. No solvents of any kind are used from the ink to the final varnish finish. This process is completely eco friendly. The 8.5" x 11" prints have a 0.5" border and are not part of the Limited Edition Series. They are only available in Heavy Weight Archival Paper.
  • Ethan Allen Provence X
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    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.
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