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  • Sugg. Price: $350$630 Sale $299.99$549.99
    Created by French artist Jacques Barraband, these vibrant studies of African Grey parrots first appeared in Histoire Naturelle des Perroquets, a monograph published by scientist Francois Levaillant at the dawn of the 19th century. Our careful reproductions capture the vivid color and exquisite detail that made Barraband the foremost ornithological artist of his day. The deckle-edged prints are floated against off-white mats in carved, espresso-finished frames. 28" wide x 32"high, overall.
  • $1,250
    Painter and paper artist Isabelle de Borchgrave has traveled the world, always with her pad, pencil and brush in hand. This beach scene, punctuated with red and yellow sun umbrellas, reproduces a page from her travel journal. The print offers a glimpse of the artists world as she sees it, with sand, sea and sky captured with a painter's eye for color, light and exquisite detail. Gicle printed on archival watercolor paper. Floated against an acid-free mat.
  • $295$795
    Painter and paper artist Isabelle de Borchgrave has traveled the globe, always with her pad, pencil and brush in hand. These printsreproduced from pages in her travel journalcapture her love of the vivid, nuanced color she sees in the world around her. Each is mounted and framed to hang beautifully on its own, but we especially love the impact of the three displayed together. Gicle printed on archival watercolor paper. Floated against creamy cotton mats.
  • $250$450
    Expertly mounted inside a shadowbox, a polished slice of blue agate takes on the visual impact of abstract art. Natural rings and subtle shifts of color make each one unique. Vibrant blue genuine agate slice mounted against a white mat. Surrounded by a floating linen mat. Framed behind glass in wood with a matte white finish. 13" sq., " deep. D-rings on back. Made in Malaysia.
  • $350$630
    A crisp palette of indigo and white lends graphic punch to patterns inspired by ikat textiles. Careful gicle printing captures the freehand lines of the original watercolor paintings, so these works are as compelling up close as they are eye-catching from afar. 31"sq Reproductions of contemporary watercolor paintings. Gicle printing captures the nuanced lines of the original artworks. Printed on archival paper. Prints are mounted behind glass and in simple, mitered frames with a matte white finish.
  • $495$1,795
    Discovered in a London antiques shop, these illustrations date to the Victorian era and the dawn of modern botany. Beautifully melding science and art, they depict four varieties of the Malabaria plant, each with its own distinctive leaves and flowering stems. Our gicle prints re-create their subtle monochrome shading, as well as the aged character they acquired over a century.  Careful reproductions of botanical sketches from the late 1800s.
  • $250$1,350
    Self-taught artist Paco Vila Guillen is known for the intricate, repetitive compositions that he creates in his Valencia, Spain studio. His latest series is a meditation on pattern, featuring six prints that can be mixed and matched in any combination to create a graphic vignette. 17" wide x 22" high overall. Reproductions of original ink-on-paper sketches by Spain-based artist Paco Vila Guillen. Gicle printing captures the fine detail and subtle shading of the original artwork. Printed on archival paper.
  • $750$1,350
    Acclaimed interior designer Thom Filicia brings a stroke of modernity and movement to the home with bold abstracts in neutral tones. Framed in bronze-leafed wood, these wall-ready prints make an especially striking statement when hung together. Gicle printed on archival paper. Mounted behind glass in white-lacquered basswood frames. Ready to hang with D-rings and wire at the back. 32" sq. Print: Made in USA. Frame: Made in Vietnam.
  • $695$1,250
    Painter and paper artist Isabelle de Borchgrave has traveled the world, always with her pad, pencil and brush in hand. These seascapes, rendered in black and white, have the loose, expressive simplicity of watercolors painted in the moment, on the pages of her journal. 36"W x 30"H overall. Gicle printed on archival watercolor paper. Set behind layered, beveled mats in black and white. Mounted behind glass in a basswood frame, silver-leafed by hand. Ready to hang with wire on the back.
  • Sugg. Price: $550$990 Sale $499.99$899.99
    Tricia Strickfaden's modern interpretations of nature's evanescence are inspired by coastal living, suggesting an abstract quality of earth, sea and sky in unity. Her latest seascapes celebrate the ever-shifting hues of ocean and sky, observed at different moments throughout the day. 38" sq. overall. Reproduction of an oil-on-canvas painting by California-based artist Tricia Strickfaden. Gicle printing captures the fine detail and subtle shading of the original artwork.
  • Sugg. Price: $350$630 Sale $299.99$549.99
    Created by French artist Jacques Barraband, these vibrant studies of African Grey parrots first appeared in Histoire Naturelle des Perroquets, a monograph published by scientist Francois Levaillant at the dawn of the 19th century. Our careful reproductions capture the vivid color and exquisite detail that made Barraband the foremost ornithological artist of his day. The deckle-edged prints are floated against off-white mats in carved, espresso-finished frames. 28" wide x 32"high, overall.
  • $350
    The landscapes of American artist Stacie Clark cant be found on any map. Created through collagraph printingin which paper mat boards are carved and augmented, then inked and pressed like printing platesthey are explorations of form and composition. These expert reproductions capture every nuance of Clarks original, hand-pulled prints. Gicle printed on archival paper. Expert printing captures every detail. Mounted behind glass and cream paper mats. Wood frames have a distressed, silver-leaf finish.
  • $150$550
    Proving that nothing is more beautiful than natures own creations, a single pheasant feather on a black backdrop makes a striking work of art. Sustainably cultivated in the USA exclusively for us, each of these feathers is unique in its dramatic motif of red, black, white and gold. 9" wide x 1.5" deep x 16" high overall. Each feather is entirely unique. Floated on a black mat and mounted behind glass. Shadowbox frame is delicately distressed and finished with antique-gold beaded detail.
  • $350
    The landscapes of American artist Stacie Clark cant be found on any map. Created through collagraph printingin which paper mat boards are carved and augmented, then inked and pressed like printing platesthey are explorations of form and composition. These expert reproductions capture every nuance of Clarks original, hand-pulled prints. Gicle printed on archival paper. Expert printing captures every detail. Mounted behind glass and cream paper mats. Wood frames have a distressed, silver-leaf finish.
  • $1,250
    Painter and paper artist Isabelle de Borchgrave has traveled the world, always with her pad, pencil and brush in hand. This beach scene, reproduced from a page in her travel journal, is a glimpse of the world as she sees it: with a painter's eye for color, light and exquisite detail. Gicle printed on archival watercolor paper. Floated against an acid-free mat. Mounted behind glass in a white-lacquered basswood frame. Ready to hang with D-rings on the back.
  • $1,250
    Painter and paper artist Isabelle de Borchgrave has traveled the world, always with her pad, pencil and brush in hand. This beach scene, reproduced from a page in her travel journal, is a glimpse of the world as she sees it: with a painter's eye for color, light and exquisite detail. Gicle printed on archival watercolor paper. Floated against an acid-free mat. Mounted behind glass in a white-lacquered basswood frame. Ready to hang with D-rings on the back.
  • $250$900
    Solarized and printed on creamy watercolor paper, specimens from an antique herbarium take on the haunting, dreamlike quality of memories. Plant specimens from an herbarium published in 1800, found in a London antiques store. Solarized and gicle printed on archival watercolor paper. Mounted behind glass with beveled off-white cotton mats. Framed in basswood with a matte black finish. Ready to hang with wire at the back. 23 1/2" wide x 31 1/2" high overall (image is 16" wide x 24" high) .