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Wayne Pate, Pillar Tree, Mini

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Product Information

Artist:

Wayne Pate

Dimensions:

16" x 13"

Materials:

print on fine-art paper

Frame details:

polystyrene

Frame finish:

white

Why We Love This

A playful take on classical style, this bold black-and-white print from artist and illustrator Wayne Pate is rendered on fine-art paper and handsomely framed.

Why We Love This

A playful take on classical style, this bold black-and-white print from artist and illustrator Wayne Pate is rendered on fine-art paper and handsomely framed.

About the Brand

With a style at once classic and whimsical, artist Wayne Pate creates drawings and prints beloved by interior designers and collectors. Pate begins each work by sketching in his journal, concentrating on line and imbuing each form with a playful sense of movement. Largely self-taught, Pate has been featured in galleries around the country and in such publications as "Lonny" magazine. Pate lives in Brooklyn with his wife, designer Rebecca Taylor.