Marika Letrero ("Marika Sign"), 1959 - Restoration Hardware
  • Sugarboo Designs Black All That Is Gold Wall Art
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    It's a Sign. Fill your home with poetic beauty. The simple yet striking Black All That Is Gold Wall Art from Sugarboo Designs is the perfect way to set the mood in your home. It features the compelling opening lines from a famous J.R.R. Tolkien poem on a stark, black background. Georgia artist Rebecca Puig draws ideas from her family life, children's art, antiques, and nature to pour her creativity and passion into every single piece. She lovingly crafts each one by hand. Full of intrigue and mystery, this gorgeous work from Sugarboo Designs is a sure sign of great style. Handmade in the USA. Unframed wood. Mounting hardware not included.
  • Dermond Peterson Ochre Bee Wall Art Print
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    The honeyed green tones in the Ochre Bee Wall Art Print bring warm distinction to the block-printed bee displayed with matting in a simple modern frame. Detail and visual texture create depth with each element of the design, from the beady eyes to the ribbed wings of the insect. With these facets, the wall décor piece has eclectic style and bold color contrast: Block-printed by hand on paper, with a wood frame and neutral matting. Ink is environmentally-sensitive and water-based, without solvents, lead or heavy metals.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Go Jump in the Lake New York New York Black and White Wall Art
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    Big lights, big city. Add a big apple touch to your home with Go Jump in the Lake's New York New York Black and White Wall Art. Stand out with big, bold, black letters against a white background - just like the city itself. Company owners Laurie and Lee Dayvault make each of their signs by hand, screen-printing and distressing the wood to create a relaxed, rustic look. Water-resistant paint helps the New York New York Black and White Wall Art withstand the elements, while a fitted picture wire on the back allows for easy installation. Make NYC a part of your home decor for big style. Handcrafted in the USA. Unframed plywood and water-resistant paint. Back is painted and fitted with picture wire. Coated with polyurethane prior to hanging outside permanently. The New York New York Black and White Wall Art ships free in 2-3 weeks.
  • Erin Malone Waterway Print
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    A light-filled landscape takes on a dreamy quality in Waterway by award-winning American photographer Erin Malone. Known for her moody imagery and the blurred surfaces in her work, Malone explores time, light, motion and the layers of what happens when these elements are mixed together. 41.25" wide x 44.25" high overall. Printed on photographic paper using archival inks. Limited edition; each item is stamped and numbered by artist. Expertly matted and mounted behind plexiglass. Hardwood frame has a painted silver finish.
  • 19th C. European Intaglios Black - 3
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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.
  • Go Jump in the Lake Black Mustache Wall Art
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    Hairy Business. Playful and whimsical, the light-hearted Black Mustache Wall Art from Go Jump in the Lake is an easy way to pump up the fun in your home. Company owners Laurie and Lee Dayvault make each of their signs by hand, painting and distressing the wood to create a relaxed, rustic look. This décor item prominently features a handlebar mustache to cross into the realm of eclectic cool and on-trend style. Water-resistant paint helps the Black Mustache Wall Art withstand the elements, while a fitted picture wire on the back makes installation easy. For a humorous addition to your home, you've got to try this mustachioed wall art from Go Jump in the Lake. Handcrafted in the USA. Unframed plywood and water-resistant paint. Back is painted and fitted with picture wire. Coat with polyurethane prior to hanging outside permanently. The Black Mustache Wall Art ships free in 2-3 weeks.
  • 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®
  • Chinese Zodiac Tile : Year of the Horse
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    The Chinese Zodiac (also known as Shēngxiào) operates on a 12-year cycle, with a different animal and personality representing each birth year. This unique ceramic tile depicting the symbol for the Chinese Year of the Horse is handcrafted of stoneware clay, hand-painted, provided with a crackle glaze, and high-fired to a permanent finish. The edge of the tile has a wavy, paper-like edge, forming a nice contrast with the black wooden board upon which it is mounted. The tile arrives boxed and includes a complimentary gift card describing the Year of the Horse personality. Measures 7.5" square and is ready to hang. Created by hand in Manitoba, Canada. The Year of the Horse: The horse is the sign of refinement. Those born in the year of the horse are strong and energetic with great capacity for hard work. Horses are seen as attractive and popular. Independence and freedom are strong characteristics. Famous horses include Isaac Newton, Theodore Roosevelt, Frankin Roosevelt, Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford, Cindy Crawford, Barbara Streisand, and Nelson Mandela. The birth-dates for those born under the 'Year of the Horse' are as follows: February 11, 1918. - January 31, 1919. January 30, 1930. - February 16, 1931. February 15, 1942. - February 04, 1943. February 03, 1954. - February 16, 1955. January 21, 1966. - February 08, 1967. February 07, 1978. - January 27, 1979. January 27, 1990. - February 14, 1991. February 12, 2002. - January 31, 2003.
  • 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.
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  • Majestic Kingdom Zebra Photography
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    A Burchell's zebra rests on the Athi Plains of Kenya in this photograph by Carl E. Akeley, drawn from the archives of National Geographic. A conservationist, nature photographer and inventor, Akeley made several expeditions to Africa—including one with Theodore Roosevelt in 1909– and was considered the father of modern taxidermy. Out of a deep desire to preserve Africa's wilderness and protect the animals, he helped to establish the first national park on that continent. 44 ½"W x 52 ½"H overall. A fine giclée print of a photograph by famed conservationist Carl E. Akeley (1864–1926). Sourced from the archives of National Geographic. Mounted behind Plexiglas with a white mat. Glossy espresso frame. Ready to hang, with D rings and wire at the back. A Williams-Sonoma Home exclusive.
  • 19th C. European Intaglios Ivory - 4
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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.
  • Go Jump in the Lake S & H Green Stamps Wall Art
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    You won't want to trade this away. Reminiscent of a former time, the Go Jump in the Lake's S & H Green Stamps Wall Art pays homage to the popular trading stamps available from the 1930s to the 1980s. White text pops from the green background while postal stamp scalloping rungs along the edges. Company owners Laurie and Lee Dayvault make each of their signs by hand, screen-printing and distressing the wood to create a relaxed, rustic look. Water-resistant paint helps the S & H Green Stamps Wall Art withstand the elements, while a fitted picture wire on the back allows for easy installation. Handcrafted in the USA. Unframed plywood and water-resistant paint. Back is painted and fitted with picture wire. Coated with polyurethane prior to hanging outside permanently. The S & H Green Stamps Wall Art ships free in 2-3 weeks.
  • 19th C. European Intaglios Ivory - 6
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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 4 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.
  • Go Jump in the Lake Motor City USA Wall Art
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    Detroit by Design. Celebrate your love of all things Detroit with the Motor City USA Wall Art from Go Jump in the Lake. Featuring bold white lettering on a weathered black background, the Motor City USA Wall Art is a simple way to proclaim your allegiance to Motown. Company owners Laurie and Lee Dayvault craft each of their signs by hand, screen-printing and distressing the wood to create a rustic, relaxed look. Water-resistant paint helps the Motor City USA Wall Art withstand the elements, while a fitted picture wire on the back allows for easy installation. Let everybody know that Detroit has you all revved up with this chic wall art from Go Jump in the Lake. Handcrafted in the USA. Unframed plywood and water-resistant paint. Back is painted and fitted with picture wire. Coat with polyurethane prior to hanging outside permanently. The Motor City USA Wall Art ships free in 2-3 weeks.
  • Vintage French Brasserie Menu 1
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    The late 19th and early 20th centuries heralded the modernization of French haute cuisine, credited in great part to master chef Georges August Escoffier. Reprinted on acid-free paper, these hand-written menus – dating from 1896 to 1948 – capture the high art of French gastronomy, as well as a knack for charming presentation. Reprints of six varied, hand-written, French menus. Expertly reproduced and printed on acid-free paper. Bordered with a white mat. Framed behind Plexiglas® Black and gold wood frame.
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  • Charcoal Landscape Lake Sketch
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    The landscapes of American artist Stacie Clark can’t be found on any map. Created through collagraph printing—in which paper mat boards are carved and augmented, then inked and pressed like printing plates—they are explorations of form and composition. These expert reproductions capture every nuance of Clark’s original, hand-pulled prints. Giclée printed on archival paper. Expert printing captures every detail. Mounted behind glass and cream paper mats. Wood frames have a distressed, silver-leaf finish. Ready to hang with a wire at the back. 24" wide x 26" high overall (image is 16" wide x 11" high). Made in USA.
  • Circa 1800 Art Géometrique Drawing - Plate #14
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    Originally published as black-and-white plates in a 1901 treatise on technical illustration, drawings by French graphic virtuoso Ambale Tronquoy depict precisely rendered geometric forms. These works evidence the draughtsman's masterly combination of drawing and ink wash techniques. Each is a detailed consideration of light and shadow, line, surface, and volume. Dating from the 1800s, the drawings are considered a preface to 20th-century art movements like Minimalism. Reproduction of an original drawing from the 1800s that appeared in the book Dessin Géometrique et Lavis (Geometric Drawing and Wash) by Ambale Tronquoy, 1901 edition. Plate 14 studies two intersecting cylinders. Printed on acid-free paper. Framed behind acrylic in a black painted wood frame. Back is equipped with wire for hanging.
  • Go Jump in the Lake On Beach Time Wall Art
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    Gone to the Beach. Whimsical and fun, the On Beach Time Wall Art from Go Jump in the Lake is a playful way to decorate your home. Company owners Laurie and Lee Dayvault make each of their signs by hand, painting and distressing the wood to create a relaxed, rustic look. The On Beach Time Wall Art features bold text on a pretty light-green background. Water-resistant paint helps it withstand the elements, while a fitted picture wire on the back makes installation easy. Let the On Beach Time Wall Art set a laid-back vibe in your coastal home or remind you of lazy summer days any time of year. Handcrafted in the USA. Unframed plywood and water-resistant paint. Back is painted and fitted with picture wire. Coat with polyurethane prior to hanging outside permanently. The On Beach Time Wall Art
  • Circa 1800 Art Géometrique Drawing - Plate #12
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    Originally published as black-and-white plates in a 1901 treatise on technical illustration, drawings by French graphic virtuoso Ambale Tronquoy depict precisely rendered geometric forms. These works evidence the draughtsman's masterly combination of drawing and ink wash techniques. Each is a detailed consideration of light and shadow, line, surface, and volume. Dating from the 1800s, the drawings are considered a preface to 20th-century art movements like Minimalism. Reproduction of an original drawing from the 1800s that appeared in the book Dessin Géometrique et Lavis (Geometric Drawing and Wash) by Ambale Tronquoy, 1901 edition. Plate 12 offers a study of intersecting cylinders. Printed on acid-free paper. Framed behind acrylic in a black painted wood frame. Back is equipped with wire for hanging.
  • 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.
  • 17th C. Façade Du Louvre
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    Claude Perrault, 18th-century architect to France's King Louis XIV, completed the Colonnade of the Louvre in 1670, when it was still part of the royal palace. This exquisite rendering, taken from an engraving of the period, shows a portion of the inner courtyard facade, which is characterized by its heroic scale, restrained ornamentation and balanced proportions. Our framed reproduction is impressively sized to showcase the majesty of the architecture and highlight the original engraving's incredible attention to detail. A faithful reproduction of an engraving of Claude Perrault's inner courtyard facade of the Louvre. The engraving, created during the same time period as the facade's construction, reads "Avant Corps de la Facade du Peristyle du Louvre, " with the inscription "N. Ransonette del and Sculp" Printed on acid-free archival giclée paper, it captures every detail of the original engraving, including the paper's soft sepia tones. Framed behind Plexiglas® in a wooden frame. D-rings and wire for mounting. Wipe clean with a dry cloth.
  • Dermond Peterson Persimmon Octopus Wall Art Print
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    Detailed and brilliant, the Persimmon Octopus Wall Art Print has a bright, eye-catching orange-red octopus block-printed and set in a simple frame with matting. The vivid persimmon shade of the sea creature creates a bold statement from the Coastal and eclectic print. These elements make the piece a vibrant feature on your walls: Block-printed by hand on paper, with a wood frame and neutral matting. Ink is environmentally-sensitive and water-based, without solvents, lead or heavy metals.
  • Vintage French Brasserie Menu 6
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    The late 19th and early 20th centuries heralded the modernization of French haute cuisine, credited in great part to master chef Georges August Escoffier. Reprinted on acid-free paper, these hand-written menus – dating from 1896 to 1948 – capture the high art of French gastronomy, as well as a knack for charming presentation. Reprints of six varied, hand-written, French menus. Expertly reproduced and printed on acid-free paper. Bordered with a white mat. Framed behind Plexiglas® Black and gold wood frame.
  • Dermond Peterson Blue Cordoba Wall Art Print
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    A bracketed web display of angled lines in the Blue Cordoba Wall Art Piece shows bright layers of weave with deep navy, electric blue, and vivid turquoise sections. Without curves or rounded shapes, the lines of the design weave together at an angle to create a kaleidoscope design. These elements make the wall décor piece stand out with vibrant color on your wall: Block-printed by hand on paper, with a wood frame and neutral matting. Ink is environmentally-sensitive and water-based, without solvents, lead or heavy metals.
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