Inspired and motivated by their daughter, the Michigan-based husband and wife team of I Screen You Screen creates prints, textiles, and pillows that tell a story. Using a mixture of vintage and modern aesthetics, each print is made with loving attention to detail without sacrificing the beautiful imperfections of handmade work.
Vintage hand-colored etching based on 1838 plate by
G. K. Richardson after British landscape artist William Henry Bartlett (1809-1854). This print, titled "City of New York, The Ferry at Brooklyn," was issued by Edizioni Ponte Vecchio, a fine art publishing ...
Marie Antoinette: The Portrait of an Average Woman
by Stefan Zweig. New York: Garden City, 1933. First printing. An early biography of one of the most intriguing French aristocrats, pushed unwillingly into political upheavals that led to her undeserved death ...
Midcentury Italian ceramic baluster-shape lamp in the rococo
revival style with scrolled handles attributed to GInori. The bright white background, blue printed florals and hand-painted trim hint of Dutch delft. The turned wood gold leaf base has an antiqued finish. ...