An art collage from December 2012
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  • William Curtis Rolf: Stables Interior at Kedleston
    restorationhardware.com
    Drawn from the archives of fine art photographer William Curtis Rolf, his exquisite black-and-white photographs depict a life-long affection for the 18th- and 19th-century lifestyles of France and England. A fine example of Roman vaulting, the interior of the Samuel Wyatt stables at Kedleston is a small-scale cathedral to horses. The descendants of the original owners have lived on the estate near Kedleston Hall since 1297. When Rolf photographed the stables, one of the family members asked whether he wanted the leaves swept up! He said that he would prefer having them left as they were. This is one of his favorite stables interiors of the nearly 100 he has photographed in Great Britain and France. Black-and-white photographic print. Brown paper mat. Edition of 150. Print includes letter of authenticity. Printed to archival standards on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper using Canon Lucia pigment inks. Gold leaf over wood frame.
  • Russ Martin White Dahlia Petals Black & White Photograph
    artfulhome.com
    A close view of a dahlia flower. The print was created on mat surface fine art paper with archival pigment inks. The paper measures 16.5X23.38 inches, permitting borders of 1.7 inches on the top and bottom, and 1.6 inches on the right and left. It is titled and numbered on the lower left, and signed and dated on the lower right, in pencil
  • Sconset Cottage #1 - Nantucket
    cottageandbungalow.com
    Dimensions: 12 x 18. Limited Edition Giclee Prints of original oil paintings by Cape Cod artist Julia O'Malley-Keyes are created using only the finest imported European papers and permanent pigmented inks. Giclée printing is considered the cutting edge of Fine Art Reproduction. A signed Certificate of Authenticity is included with each Limited Edition Print. The village of 'Sconset is a dream like expression of Nantucket Island life. Rose covered cottages and charming country stores abound in this quaint village that's lost in time. A beautiful drive from the Village of Nantucket, the road to 'Sconset threads through pristine countryside views of farms and sea. 'Sconset, between the cranberry bogs and the rose-grown bluffs, is one of the most beguiling villages in the world.
  • Mike Cable Monochromatic Flowers No.1 Black & White Photograph
    artfulhome.com
    This is an image made using an old 4 x 5 monorail film camera and lens. The negative was hand processed in the artist's darkroom and scanned in with an epson flat bed scanner. The detail is outstanding and the film gives the image an almost 3 dimensional look. The pigment print is printed on an archival rag paper using an high quality 12 ink printer. This is a limited edition of 250 prints, signed and numbered. There is a 0.25" border around each edge. Dimensions refer to image size.
  • Wild Trees Canvas Wall Art By Parvez Taj
    2modern.com
    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." Eco-friendly, solvent free ink on canvas. Ready to hang. Print will never crack, flake or fade. Hand signed by artist. Artist bio on back.
  • Russ Martin Two Flowers Black & White Photograph
    artfulhome.com
    This is a picture of the early stages of two flowers of the common landscape plant, the host. The image is printed on high quality mat fine art paper using a professional Epson printer and archival pigment inks. The resultant print is guaranteed to last hundreds of years without fading. The image is printed on 23 3/8 X16.5 inch paper, which produced a border on the top and bottom of one about 1.6 inches, and a border on the right and left of 1.5 inches. It is one of an edition of 50 plus two artist's proofs and is titled and editioned on the lower left in pencil. It is signed and dated by the artist on the lower right in pencil.
  • William Curtis Rolf: Versailles Queen's Staircase
    restorationhardware.com
    Drawn from the archives of fine art photographer William Curtis Rolf – whose exquisite black-and-white photographs depict a lifelong affection for the 17th, 18th and 19th-century lifestyles of France and England – these beautiful staircases were photographed in the Palace of Versailles and Château de Sceaux, a grand country house outside the city of Paris. Distinguished by their structural beauty and graceful lines, each one is stunning for its unique composition. Black-and-white photographic print of l'Escalier de la Reine, or Queen's Staircase, in the palace of Versailles. Finished completely in polychrome marble, it was the principal access route to the Queen's Guards' Room and then the Queen's Chamber. This image was taken from the first landing. Superb from all angles, the richness of this staircase's materials enhance its captivating design. Limited edition of 75 prints. Printed to archival standards on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper using Canon Lucia pigment inks. Wood frame with black finish; mat not included.
  • William Curtis Rolf: Chantilly Stables
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    Drawn from the archives of fine art photographer William Curtis Rolf, his exquisite black-and-white photographs depict a life-long affection for the 18th- and 19th-century lifestyles of France and England. The stables at Chantilly, along with those at Versailles, are among the grandest in the world. Those at Chantilly, completed in the first quarter of the 18th century for the Prince de Condé, cousin of Louis XIV, were home to 240 hunt horses and 450 stag hounds. The Prince hunted stag and wild boar daily, and believed that he would be reincarnated as a horse and live in these stables. Rolf's photo presents the view of the portal into the courtyard with access to the stalls, kennels and coach houses. Black-and-white photographic print. Brown paper mat. Edition of 150. Print includes letter of authenticity. Printed to archival standards on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper using Canon Lucia pigment inks. Silver with black over wood frame.
  • William Curtis Rolf: Versailles Gabriel Staircase
    restorationhardware.com
    Drawn from the archives of fine art photographer William Curtis Rolf – whose exquisite black-and-white photographs depict a lifelong affection for the 17th, 18th and 19th-century lifestyles of France and England – these beautiful staircases were photographed in the Palace of Versailles and Château de Sceaux, a grand country house outside the city of Paris. Distinguished by their structural beauty and graceful lines, each one is stunning for its unique composition. Black-and-white photographic print of l'Escalier Gabriel at the palace of Versailles. The design for this grand and beautifully symmetrical staircase was conceived by Louis XV's architect, Ange-Jacques Gabriel in the 1770s, but it was not constructed until the 1980s. Limited edition of 75 prints. Printed to archival standards on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper using Canon Lucia pigment inks. Antique black frame with silver leafing; mat not included.
  • New York Collage
    zgallerie.com
    "I take my camera and sketchbook with me wherever I go and these have always been my three favorite cities... There is something about the architecture and the energy of New York that inspires everyone and for me the Art Deco spire of The Chrysler building says New York like nothing else! And ask anyone around the world the single building that represents London and it is always Big Ben. The great Victorian Gothic clock tower is still the heartbeat of London. Whenever I return to Paris that first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower never fails to excite me - it is the true joie de vivre of Paris and inspires me now as much as it did when I was a boy. It allows me to share personal souvenirs and memories with the viewer in a richly detailed and decorative style that I have developed over many years. I am fascinated by the way that cities reveal themselves to us gradually and I hope my work creates a similar sensation." I like to combine architectural images of each city in a layered, collaged technique. It allows me to share personal souvenirs and memories with the viewer in a richly detailed and decorative style that i have developed over many years. I am fascinated by the way that cities reveal themselves to us gradually and i hope my work creates a similar sensation." Print framed in a matte black moulding.
  • William Curtis Rolf: Chateau de Sceaux
    restorationhardware.com
    Drawn from the archives of fine art photographer William Curtis Rolf – whose exquisite black-and-white photographs depict a lifelong affection for the 17th, 18th and 19th-century lifestyles of France and England – these beautiful staircases were photographed in the Palace of Versailles and Château de Sceaux, a grand country house outside the city of Paris. Distinguished by their structural beauty and graceful lines, each one is stunning for its unique composition. Black-and-white photographic print of the main staircase at the Château de Sceaux. The original chateau was built by Louis XIV's Minister of Finance, but during the French Revolution the property was confiscated and later demolished. The present smaller Louis XIII-style chateau was built between 1856-1862. Though diminutive in scale, this staircase is visually striking. Limited edition of 75 prints. Printed to archival standards on Hahnemuhle Photo Rag Ultra Smooth paper using Canon Lucia pigment inks. Wood frame with black finish; mat not included.
  • London Collage
    zgallerie.com
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    "I take my camera and sketchbook with me wherever I go and these have always been my three favorite cities... There is something about the architecture and the energy of New York that inspires everyone and for me the Art Deco spire of The Chrysler building says New York like nothing else! And ask anyone around the world the single building that represents London and it is always Big Ben. The great Victorian Gothic clock tower is still the heartbeat of London. Whenever I return to Paris that first glimpse of the Eiffel Tower never fails to excite me - it is the true joie de vivre of Paris and inspires me now as much as it did when I was a boy. It allows me to share personal souvenirs and memories with the viewer in a richly detailed and decorative style that I have developed over many years. I am fascinated by the way that cities reveal themselves to us gradually and I hope my work creates a similar sensation." I like to combine architectural images of each city in a layered, collaged technique. It allows me to share personal souvenirs and memories with the viewer in a richly detailed and decorative style that i have developed over many years. I am fascinated by the way that cities reveal themselves to us gradually and i hope my work creates a similar sensation." Print framed in a matte black moulding.
  • 1 Wall Red British Telephone Box on a Black and White Backdrop Wall Mural
    coggles.com
    Transform any room in the home with the commanding Red Telephone Box wall mural. The visually striking piece of wall art features the famous red box taking centre stage in a black and white shot, adding a contemporary feel. The mural comes in 4 easy to hang pieces, measuring 3.15 metres wide and 2.32 metres high, for statement making decor. R.K. Features: Wall mural of the iconic British Red Telephone Box. Comes in 4 easy to hang pieces. Make a statement in any room. Full instructions included. Size: Dimensions: 3.15m (wide) x 2.32m (high)
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