Reform Gallery is an LA-based testament to Gerard O’Brien’s subjective and scholarly approach to design. With a focus on California Modernism and the artists and craftsmen of the movement, Reform Gallery houses an important collection of the best (and, all too often, unsung) designers of this influential era in design. The Landing, a new microgallery-within-a-gallery, showcases fine art from the same era. A collector of California Modern design elements for more than 20 years, O’Brien lives in LA with his wife and three children.
1940s Art Deco solid wood lamp with ball
feet. Lamp has hand carved detailing and painted finish in teal blue, cream, taupe, oatmeal and charcoal. Includes a linen hardback drum shade in deep cream. Newly wired to include 3-way socket. ...
Golden arrows and prancing zebra motifs add dynamic
pattern to the oversize body of this curvy porcelain table lamp. Inspired by Scalamandre's iconic wallpaper from New York City's late lamented restaurant Gino's. A linen-blend empire shade tops the look.
French blue and white Murano glass gold fleck
inclusion lamp with controlled bubbles. Giltwood base and accents. Original brass fittings. Includes new white cotton-and-linen blend shade. Shade, 11"H; 20"Dia bottom x 18"Dia top. Height to socket, 28"H. Wired for the ...