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.
Hand-colored steel engraving from the Galerie du Musée
Napoléon by Antoine Michel Filhol, published in Paris in 1802. Print is titled "Mars and Venus" (Mars and Venus). Date of hand-coloring is unknown. Unframed. Slightly frayed edges.
Lost New York by Nathan Silver. Houghton-Mifflin, 1967.
First edition. Over 200 photos, prints and drawings. The great buildings, structures and interiors of New York's architectural past. From Pennsylvania Station to the Times Tower to Steeplechase at Coney Island, a ...
The Poetical Works of Lord Byron. Edinburgh: William
P. Nimmo, with no printed publish date; inscriptions dated 1983. Lacquer over board covers with leather spine. Inscriptions on fly leaf pages to previous owners. Scuffs, scratches and wear to covers.