Inhabit Lotus in Silver and Scarlet Stretched Wall Art
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  • Crate & Barrel New York Explorer Print
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    Imbuing one of New York's iconic landmarks with painterly color and romance, photographer Irene Suchocki dissolves the city's 59th Street bridge into soft focus, depicting its looping lights like a string of pearls against a darkening sky. Our giclée reproduction captures the lush color and artistry of the original photograph. The print is smartly framed in silver wood with a crisp white mat.
  • Crate & Barrel Tonal Frequency I Print
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    This clean, gestural and graphic work by June Erica Vess strikes a balance between pattern, abstract form and color. Informed by mid-century design, she lends a sense of joyful spontaneity to the composition with expressive brushwork, delicate mark making and a fresh, contemporary palette. Capturing all the detail and rich color of the original watercolor composition, this giclée reproduction on paper sits in clean, dark grey wood frame with a single white mat.
  • Crate & Barrel Intervals Triptych Print
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    Reading like a modern take on an Asian screen, Julie S. Graham's delicately sketched and subtly colored drawings lay 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 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.
  • Oliver Gal Dramatic Entrance Chrome Wall Art, 15" x 10"
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    Eye-catching on its own or as part of a gallery wall, this stretched canvas from Oliver Gal makes an artful statement.
  • Crate & Barrel Tonal Frequency II Print
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    This clean, gestural and graphic work by June Erica Vess strikes a balance between pattern, abstract form and color. Informed by mid-century design, she lends a sense of joyful spontaneity to the composition with expressive brushwork and a fresh, contemporary palette. Capturing all the detail and rich color of the original watercolor composition, this giclée reproduction on paper sits in clean, dark grey wood frame with a single white mat.

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