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  • Crate & Barrel Set of 2 Culinary Herbs Prints
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    Kelly Ventura's depiction of freshly cut garden greens layered over a soft wash of grey offers a modern take on a traditional subject matter. Ventura's original watercolor and pencil work on paper is faithfully captured in our giclée print on paper, presented in a matte white wood frame.
  • Crate & Barrel Letter Home Print
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    Abstracted yet suggestive of a landscape, David Diskin's acrylic painting recreates the blurred image of a beach in Sag Harbor taken from a moving vehicle. Marked by the moment and tinged with the inevitability of time passed, this compelling giclée reproduction on canvas is simply presented in a slim, white wood frame.
  • Crate & Barrel Reflection Print
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    Suggestive of a forest coming to life during the first blush of spring, Andrea Pramuk's painting introduces soft color into the pastel stillness of her ethereal landscape. Working in watercolor, ink, pencil, oil paint and wax she depicts a stand of trees that emerge from abstraction, glazed with a transparent veil of white. This giclée reproduction of the original mixed-media work captures the distinct character of materials and expressive brushwork of the original. Printed on canvas, each print is hand-embellished and presented in a brushed gold wood frame.
  • Crate & Barrel Gladiola Bokeh Print
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    Tightly curled lines bring form and substance to Jules Cozine's vaporous swirls of pastel color, suggesting blooming branches or a floral bouquet. A clean white wood frame calls attention to the work's intricate line and flowing color, brilliantly captured as a giclée reproduction on paper.
  • 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. Check out our ideas for above-the-bed decor.

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