Marc Charbonnet, a native New Orleanian, first arrived in New York on the Fourth of July, a day he recalls as his “personal day of independence.” With a penchant for the classic and a knack for elegant, comfortable interiors, he has now been at the helm of MECA, his NYC interior decorating and design firm, for nearly two decades. He was included in Architectural Digest's AD 100 (including the cover) for three consecutive years.
Mid-20th-century watercolor sailing scene; framed in a restored
mid-century frame using non-glare glass. Materials: watercolor/paper/wood frame/non-glare glass Dimensions: 22.5"W x 2"D x 27"H Condition: very good with beautiful vintage patina Color: ... Care: Wipe with a dry cloth.
French watercolor and pencil painting of a harbor
scene. Signed "RD." Tony Buccola travels to Italy several times a year to scour the countryside and cities for unique items to fill his Southern California European-antiques shop, Antonio's Bella Casa. He ...
1980 watercolor on paper harbor scene with boats
by artist Wenclik. Signed and dated, lower right. Displayed in a restored vintage metal frame with gray, black and tan triple mat behind conservation clear glass. Hanging hardware included. Image, 11.5"L x ...