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  • Crate & Barrel Cellular Grid Print
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    Watery splashes float in feathery abstraction against an airy grid of soft blues and violet. Artist Jennifer Goldberger's masterful balance of light and space is brilliantly reproduced in a giclée print of the ink and oil original, double matted in frosty white and oxford grey. Each print is hand signed and numbered by the artist in a limited-release of 350 editions. Artist: Jennifer Goldberger. Giclée print on paper. Hand signed by the artist. Clear glass. Wood frame with elephant grey finish. Numbered print of 350 editions. Hang with D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with soft dry cloth. Made in USA.
  • Vencka 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.
  • CB2 Rex Acrylic Print
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    Dino mighty. Rex revives the Tyrannosaurus rex from the prehistoric past in a modern green flash. Originally drafted by hand in oil pen, layered with spray paint and ink, the laser-printed image floats on a clear acrylic panel in artist Ben Holiday's signature style of 3D realism. Inspired by an iconic T-rex at The Field Museum in Chicago, the expertly contoured skeleton comes to life, casting its own shadow behind the clear panel. Ben holiday Chicago-based artist Ben Holiday draws inspiration from a broad range of subjects and eras for his elaborate compositions"from 1920s terra cotta architecture to 1980s NYC transit graffiti. The common link for Holiday is true to his architectural background: "Understanding the line and how it can be constructed, arranged and represented to illustrate a perspective is uniquely powerful." CB2 Edition LMTD: CB2 Edition LMTD original works are offered one time only in a small reserve. This special CB2 Edition LMTD print has a limited-edition release of 250. Details and Dimensions: Rex acrylic print. 48"Wx1.25"Dx36"H. CB2 Edition LMTD design by Ben Holiday. Digital print. Acrylic panel. Includes four metal pegs for hanging. Wipe with clean, dry cloth. Made in USA. Overall Dimensions: Width: 48" Depth: 1.25" Height: 36"
  • 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. Duria wood frame. Plexiglass. Single back mat. Dust with soft dry cloth. Hang by D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Hangs vertically or horizontally. Made in USA.
  • Crate & Barrel Red Melody Print
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    Drawing up on her background in architectural, furniture, interior and product design, Irena Orlov transforms an up-close photograph of a flower into a graphic, contemporary art statement. Manipulating the image with painterly gesture and intense color, she creates a brilliant interpretation of nature that borders on abstract. Our gorgeous giclée reproduction on paper captures is presented with a single white mat and a wood framed finished in black truffle. Artist: Irena Orlov. Giclée print on paper. White mat. Wood frame with black truffle finish. Glass. Hang with D-rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.
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  • 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.
  • 18Th C. European Document Seals Small - 8
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    These seals were stamped on an array of French and Italian official documents during the 18th century – from church ledgers and wills to property deeds and government correspondence. We've replicated these vestiges of history, reproducing the intricate designs on acid-free archival paper, aged for an antique patina. Framed in wood, the seals make an impressive statement as a stand-alone piece or in a series. A faithful replica of an 18th-century French seal. Giclée printed on acid-free, archival paper. Set behind Plexiglas® with a white border in an ebonized wood frame. Mounting hardware included.
  • Vencka Series - #8, 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.
  • 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.
  • Eye Chart on Douglas Fir By Parvez Taj
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    Artist Statement: "I work to create edgy, urgent, thought-provoking work -- a personal statement that acts as a narrative of my own aesthetics and points of view of the world, society, myself." Douglas Fir is harvested from old buildings throughout Southern California. Each piece is of wood is hand selected by the artist and then prepared by fine art craftsman for printing. Our inks are UV cured, which are eco-friendly. Parvez Taj's artwork connects the out-of-reach luxury art world with the modern, fashion-conscious home decorator by delivering high quality artwork that is both affordable and hip. These Limited Edition pieces will arrive ready to hang. Please unwrap the package with care. Art work is available in multiple sizes.
  • 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®
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  • Crate & Barrel Liquid Crimson Print
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    In this expressive, abstract composition Liz Jardine experimented with media and new ways of applying paint to canvas. Using multiple layers of gesso to create a very ground, she spilled on layers of acrylic paints, metallic glazes and ink, rotating and tilting the surface to allow the paints to drip and mix. Giclée print of the original is cleanly framed in a white ash with a hand-rubbed ebony finish. Artist: Liz Jardine. Giclée print. White ash frame with hand-rubbed ebony finish. Glass. Hang with D rings provided; do not hang with wire. Dust with dry cloth. Made in USA.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Tree Ski Reclaimed White Barn Siding Wood Art By Parvez Taj
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    Artist Statement: "I work to create edgy, urgent, thought-provoking work -- a personal statement that acts as a narrative of my own aesthetics and points of view of the world, society, myself." White Barn Siding is harvested from old buildings throughout Southern California. Each piece is of wood is hand selected by the artist and then prepared by fine art craftsman for printing. Our inks are UV cured, which are eco-friendly. Parvez Taj's artwork connects the out-of-reach luxury art world with the modern, fashion-conscious home decorator by delivering high quality artwork that is both affordable and hip. These Limited Edition pieces will arrive ready to hang. Please unwrap the package with care. Art work is available in multiple sizes.
  • 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.
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  • Aspen Reclaimed White Barn Siding Wood Art By Parvez Taj
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    Artist Statement: "I work to create edgy, urgent, thought-provoking work -- a personal statement that acts as a narrative of my own aesthetics and points of view of the world, society, myself." White Barn Siding is harvested from old buildings throughout Southern California. Each piece is of wood is hand selected by the artist and then prepared by fine art craftsman for printing. Our inks are UV cured, which are eco-friendly. Parvez Taj's artwork connects the out-of-reach luxury art world with the modern, fashion-conscious home decorator by delivering high quality artwork that is both affordable and hip. These Limited Edition pieces will arrive ready to hang. Please unwrap the package with care. Art work is available in multiple sizes.
  • 19th C. European Intaglios Black - 5
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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 black linen. Shadowboxed in a wood frame with a metal leaf inset fillet. In black linen with distressed black frame. Black frame is accented by a fillet with an antiqued gold finish. Each intaglio is unique.
  • 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.
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  • 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.
  • Birds Chillin' Reclaimed White Barn Siding Wood Art By Parvez Taj
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    Artist Statement: "I work to create edgy, urgent, thought-provoking work -- a personal statement that acts as a narrative of my own aesthetics and points of view of the world, society, myself." White Barn Siding is harvested from old buildings throughout Southern California. Each piece is of wood is hand selected by the artist and then prepared by fine art craftsman for printing. Our inks are UV cured, which are eco-friendly. Parvez Taj's artwork connects the out-of-reach luxury art world with the modern, fashion-conscious home decorator by delivering high quality artwork that is both affordable and hip. These Limited Edition pieces will arrive ready to hang. Please unwrap the package with care. Art work is available in multiple sizes.
  • 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.
  • Vencka 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.
  • 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.
  • RFA Fine Art "Rhapsody In Twilight" Painting
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    A peaceful moment from an earlier era captured on canvas. By artist Claudette. Giclee on canvas. Hand-embellished. Wooden frame. 56.5"W x 2.25"D x 44.5"T. About Claudette: Claudette's artistic history started early: from the time she could walk, Claudette had a paintbrush in her hand. Her natural talent and interest in the arts were fostered by her artistic family (everyone in her family is involved in some area of the arts, from music to architecture to textiles). Claudette's formal artistic education included a year at the Gerritt Reitveld Art Academy in Amsterdam. There she studied the city's architecture and Old Masters' paintings as well as the the modernistic style taught at the school. She received her degree in art from the San Francisco Art Institute and worked both in northern California and the Southwest before joining Rosenbaum. Claudette's work reflects her background in its perfect balance of the old and the new. She feels the strength in her work is "to see the reflections of the past and remember the present," and she achieves this through a mix of both loose and tightly representational strokes as well as by often using a muted palette. She frequently chooses people as her subject because they provide a narrative quality to her work, but all of her paintings tell a story.
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