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  • Crate & Barrel White Peony Print
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    The sensual allure of peony blooms blossoms bold and abstract in Irena Orlov's contemporary botanical painting. Manipulating photographic images and then lavishing the resulting image with painterly gesture and contrasting white on black color, she creates a brilliant interpretation of nature that borders on abstract. Our gorgeous giclée reproduction on paper captures the beauty of the original oil painting and is presented with a single white mat and a tulipwood frame finished in ebony. Each print is hand signed and numbered by the artist in a limited-release of 330 editions. Artist: Irena Orlov. Giclée print on paper. Hand signed and numbered by the artist. Numbered print of 330 editions. White mat. Tulipwood frame with ebony finish. Glass. Hang with D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Leaping Beatles
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    "Leaping Beatles" was shot in 1963 by the Hulton Archive, which is regarded as the greatest archive of photojournalism and reflects history in pictures over the last millennium. In this limited-edition print supplied by Getty Images, The Beatles rehearse for that night's Royal Variety Performance at the Prince of Wales Theatre on November 4, which The Queen Mother will attend. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 11" W. Black wood frame: 15" L x 15" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Derby Spectator
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    "Derby Spectator" was shot in 1923 by the Topical Press Agency and is a limited-edition print supplied by Getty Images. This print features a spectator looking through binoculars at the Derby horse races in Epsom, Surrey, England. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 15" W. Black satin frame: 19" L x 23" W.
  • Crate & Barrel Study in Ink Print
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    Asian in technique and impressionist in feel, Nan Rae's dynamic ink paintings deftly capture the fleeting beauty of a flower's full bloom edited into delicate lines and lush washes. Each giclée print on fine art paper is numbered and signed by the artist. Deckled-edge sheet is floated on a white mat and neatly framed in matte black under glass. Artist: Nan Rae. Giclée print on paper; hand-signed and –numbered by the artist. Numbered print of 300 editions. Matte black frame. Glass. Hang with D rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Audrey's Funny Face
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    This limited-edition print supplied by Getty Images features actress Audrey Hepburn on the set of the Paramount musical "Funny Face," which used beautiful costumes designed by Givenchy. "Audrey's Funny Face" was photographed in 1956 by Bert Hardy. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 15" W. Burl wood frame: 19" L x 23" W.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Eartha Kitt
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    This beautiful photograph of Eartha Kitt was taken by photographer Michael Ochs in 1970. This limited-edition print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 15" W. Silver frame: 27" L x 31½" W.
  • Love 26 1/2" Wide Wood Wall Plaque
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    Leaves surround metal text in this beautiful wall plaque. The wood plaque features a white washed finish for a country feel. Metal lettering beautifully offsets the wood material to complete the look. Wood wall plaque. Metal "Love" text. White washed finish. Leaves and floral design. 26 1/2" wide. 9" high.
  • Jayson Home Vintage Astronomy Poster
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    39.5"W x 27.5"H. Mid 20th century. Stockholm.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Fred Astaire
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    "Fred Astaire..." was shot in 1946 by the Hulton Archive, which is regarded as the greatest archive of photojournalism and reflects history in pictures over the last millennium. This limited-edition print is supplied by Getty Images. In this image, Fred Astaire, the American dancing star, dons the familiar top hat, ascot tie and tails for his farewell rehearsal dance in Paramount's "Blue Skies," after which he announced his retirement. He is practicing the part of Jed Potter on the studio rooftop. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 8¼" L x 10¾" W. Black wood frame: 15¼" L x 19" W.
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  • Novella Metal Flower 24 1/2" Round Sunburst Wall Art
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    Enhance the look of any space with this round wall art style. The metal construction forms a floral shape in an open work design. Perfect statement piece for any room in your home or office. Flower wall art. Metal construction. Sunburst design. Open circular shape. 24 1/2" round.
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  • Jayson Home Framed Indigo Textile - Small
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    We're crazy for indigo. We've upholstered with it, used it for throws and bedcovers, we've even had a book about this beautiful hand-crafted textile. But we've never hung it on the wall - until now. Our Framed Indigo Textile is the repurposed panel of an indigo skirt. We love the organic feel this textile brings to a room,. 15.5"W x 1.5"D x 30"H. Indigo skirt fabric panels. Dark brown woodgrain frame.
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  • Ralph Lauren Home Rolling Stones
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    In 1969, 20-year-old Mick Taylor replaced Brian Jones in the Rolling Stones. The group, from left to right, poses in Hyde Park, London: Charlie Watts, Mick Taylor, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and Bill Wyman. "Rolling Stones" was photographed in 1969 by J. Wilds. This print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Available in two sizes: 8" L x 11" W image with a 15" L x 18" W frame; 10" L x 15" W image with a 17" L x 22" W frame.
  • Serena & Lily Alysanne McGaffey
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    Watercolor on paper, contemporary frame. 15.5" x 12.5" Northern California New. This late 20th century watercolor on paper is entitled "Rockaway Beach, Pacifica CA" by Bay Area artist Alysanne McGaffey (1931- ). McGaffey was part of the Bay Area Figurative Movement of the late 1950s and early 60s while studying at the San Francisco Art Institute. She has had numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout her career and still holds offices in several art organizations including the Coastal Arts League and the Peninsula Chapter of WomenÕs Caucus for Art. She continues to paint watercolors of the Pacific seashore in her Pacifica studio. Framed in a contemporary solid-maple wood frame with white wash using clear spacers the piece floats on archival off-white linen matting behind conservation clear glass.
  • Jayson Home P. Marrot Butterfly - Blue
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    Our beautiful Butterfly giclée print is from the textile archives of French engraver, painter and textile artist Paule Marrot (1902-1987). Her bold use of color and pattern reflects a modernist style typically associated with the Art Deco movement. Marrot's artistic influences include the expressive writings of Marcel Proust from his book In Search of Lost Time. 56"W x 1.5"D x 44"H. From the textile archives of french artist Paule Marrot. Giclée print on archival paper. Acrylic frame.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Jane Birkin
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    The image for this print was photographed by S.E. Orchard on October 28, 1968, and features British singer Jane Birkin, who is best known for "Je T'Aime," her duet with Serge Gainsbourg. This print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 11" W. Silver frame: 18" L x 18" W.
  • World Map Wall Mural design by Komar for Brewster Home Fashions
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    Vinyl Coated Paper. 8' 10" x 6' 2" 4 Panel Photomural. Paste Included.
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  • Jayson Home P. Marrot Butterfly - Pink
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    Our beautiful Butterfly giclée print is from the textile archives of French engraver, painter and textile artist Paule Marrot (1902-1987). Her bold use of color and pattern reflects a modernist style typically associated with the Art Deco movement. Marrot's artistic influences include the expressive writings of Marcel Proust from his book In Search of Lost Time. 56"W x 1.5"D x 44"H. From the textile archives of french artist Paule Marrot. Giclée print on archival paper. Acrylic frame.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Bluebird
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    "Bluebird" was photographed in 1929 by Edward G. Malindine and features the Napier Arrol Aster car used by Sir Malcolm Campbell to break the land-speed record. This limited-edition print is supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 15" W. Black frame: 17" L x 22" W.
  • 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.
  • Jayson Home Bright Fields Art
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    This boldly striped giclée is enhanced in a unique presentation. The print is mounted behind a thin piece of plexiglass. A square frame on back not only assists with hanging vertically or horizontally, but creates dimension as it pushes the image away from the wall. 36"W x 1"D x 77"H. Giclée. Mounted behind plexi. Backed with a square frame for hanging. Hang vertically or horizontally.
  • Ralph Lauren Home Top Drivers
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    "Top Drivers" was photographed by the London Evening Standard on March 13, 1965, and features Joakim Bonnier, Graham Hill, Jackie Stewart, John Surtees and Jack Brabham competing at Brands Hatch. This print was supplied by Getty Images. Each exhibition-quality image is hand-printed and processed on archival fiber paper using the gelatin silver process, which offers the best in quality, both in tonal range and longevity. Each photograph is part of a limited edition of 300 prints and is numbered, which allows the client to know the number within the series. Ralph Lauren is the exclusive retailer to distribute this print in the United States. By partnering with Getty Images, Ralph Lauren has gained access to rare, iconic images. Getty chooses the emulsion that best complements each negative, ensuring that the final print has the most depth and contrast. Getty Images was founded in 1995 by Mark Getty and Jonathan Klein in an effort to bring the fragmented stock photography business into the digital age. Image: 11" L x 14" W. Black wood frame: 18" L x 21" W.
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  • Pottery Barn Geo Wire Wall Art
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    Inspired by his childhood pastime of using string and nails on wood to make interesting shapes such as this Geo Wire Wall Art, our designer created this piece using thick-gauge antique-gold wire on wood. 46" square, 1" thick Planked mahogany wood with a distressed hand-painted finish. Hand-forged iron with a gold painted finish Internet only.
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