Born in 1922, for almost 70 years Jeremiah Goodman has interpreted the changing tastes and interiors of the design elite in his moody gouache paintings. Bruce Webber, Greta Garbo, and Diana Vreeland have all fallen under the spell of the unique brushwork that has influenced architectural illustrators for decades. A lifelong New Yorker, Goodman was inducted into the Interior Design Hall of Fame in 1987, and continues to paint each day in his Manhattan studio. In 2007, he published his first book, Jeremiah: A Romantic Vision.
A striking work of craftsmanship and natural detail,
this frame is crafted from antique bone tiles in a unique woven pattern. The warm mix of hues from the bone offers a rich and sophisticated finish. Made of water buffalo bone ...
A beautiful pink elephant, walking against a blown-up
blue-and-white Delft tile design. This creative arrangement makes the elephant transparent.This is a fine print of the original felted wool design. The image is surrounded with a one-inch white border and set ...
Antique 19th-century Delft tile plaques.Tony Buccola travels to
Italy several times a year to scour the countryside and cities for unique items to fill his store, Antonio's Bella Casa, a southern California European-antiques shop. He also works closely with Italian ...