Kate Lewis, Marble Top Table
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Kate Lewis, Marble Top Table

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Why we love this

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This lively original work from Kate Lewis is composed using a mix of graphite, watercolor, and acrylic and features a colorful interior with a potted arrangement in front of a bold blue wall and a patterned carpet underfoot. The table depicted here was partly made by Lewis's father and grandfather using bedposts for the legs and a found piece of marble for the top. Painted on canvas and beautifully framed, this piece arrives ready to hang.

Artist: Kate Lewis
Dimensions: 13.25"L x 10.25"W x 2"D; image size, 12"L x 9"W
Finish: frame, deep maple
Frame Details: pine
Made Of: graphite/watercolor/acrylic on gallery-wrapped canvas
SKU: 77459811
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Dec 14 - Dec 23
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Kate Lewis is a Chicago-based artist known for her punchy, thoughtfully choreographed interiors and still lifes full of color, pattern, and whimsy.
Why we love this

Seen first at One Kings Lane: This lively original work from Kate Lewis is composed using a mix of graphite, watercolor, and acrylic and features a colorful interior with a potted arrangement in front of a bold blue wall and a patterned carpet underfoot. The table depicted here was partly made by Lewis's father and grandfather using bedposts for the legs and a found piece of marble for the top. Painted on canvas and beautifully framed, this piece arrives ready to hang.

About the Brand
Kate Lewis is a Chicago-based artist known for her punchy, thoughtfully choreographed interiors and still lifes full of color, pattern, and whimsy.