Lillian August, Abstract Crossings
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Lillian August, Abstract Crossings

Now: $979.50 Was: $1,225.00
Est. Arrival: Dec 14 - Dec 24
Entryway or White-Glove Delivery

Available online exclusively at One Kings Lane: This large-scale abstract work is ideal for bringing color and a modern sensibility to any room in your home. This piece is printed on gallery-wrapped canvas with an artist-enhanced paint finish for added texture. Displayed in a silver-gold wood floater frame, this piece arrives ready to hang.

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Artist: Lillian August
Dimensions: frame size, 46.75"L x 46.75"W x 2.125"D; image size, 46"L x 46"W
Finish: frame, silver/gold
Frame Details: wood
Made Of: giclée print on gallery-wrapped canvas
Please Note: Because this item is made to order, its estimated delivery date includes a longer lead time.
SKU: 77552625
ESTIMATED ARRIVAL: Dec 14 - Dec 24
HOME DELIVERY: Additional shipping fee applies. Learn More
RETURNS: This item is non-returnable. See our Return Policy for details.
With its retail and design showrooms and prestigious licensing partnerships, Lillian August has been at the forefront of the home furnishings world for nearly 25 years. Dan and John Weiss, co-founders and sons of the original Lillian, see their outposts as more than just stores: “We’re really in the lifestyle-improvement business.” Their eclectic aesthetic leads them to sources all over the world--from French deballages to the Brazilian countryside, from Asian fairs to flea markets across the U.S--to source the treasures that can make magic in a home.
About the Brand
With its retail and design showrooms and prestigious licensing partnerships, Lillian August has been at the forefront of the home furnishings world for nearly 25 years. Dan and John Weiss, co-founders and sons of the original Lillian, see their outposts as more than just stores: “We’re really in the lifestyle-improvement business.” Their eclectic aesthetic leads them to sources all over the world--from French deballages to the Brazilian countryside, from Asian fairs to flea markets across the U.S--to source the treasures that can make magic in a home.