The recipient of just about every award and accolade in the business--including Architectural Digest’s AD 100--Vicente Wolf has been at the top of the NYC design industry for more than 35 years. From a spacious light-filled loft, Wolf and his team build on a passion for design driven by integrity, simplicity, and a global aesthetic. The head of two companies, VW Home by Vicente Wolf and Vicente Wolf Associates, he has a portfolio that ranges from residences to hotels, restaurants, and product design for clients such as Baccarat, Henredon, and Ralph Pucci.Architectural Digest
Abstract acrylic on paper by artist Anne Helioff.
She was an important member of the Woodstock, NY artist's colony who studied with and was friends with Yasuo Kuniyoshi. Signed Helioff lower left. This painting dates to 1967. Image size, 17-3/8"L ...
In a classic palette of blue and white,
this seashell print has the feel of an antique cyanotype, a photographic process that dates to the 19th century. A frame finished in bronze and gold brings out the print's cool blue ...
Abstract gouache on paper by Woodstock, NY artist
Rolph Scarlett, signed lower right. Circa 1950. Paper, 8" x 12". Displayed in a contemporary black wood frame. Rolph Scarlett was a major and early exponent of non-objective painting. Examples of his ...