Growing up in Argentina, Gustavo Olivieri would go to auctions with his father, who gave him reign over the bidder’s paddle. So it’s perhaps inevitable that Olivieri would become such an admired dealer of rare and collectible artwork, books, furniture, and lighting. An architect by training, he’s a collector by avocation, and his shops in Miami, East Hampton, and New York City are proof of his passion for beauty.
The majestic Palace of Fine Arts was built
to prove that beauty could rise from ashes. San Francisco succeeded in conveying this message by building this magnificent edifice on the back of the earthquake of 1906. Forever intermingled, fashion and ...
1960s glass framed art with four graphic abstract
images. Signed, one of a series. Described by Angeleno Interiors as "accessibly edgy," Cuffhome, helmed by design team Wendy Schwartz and Kristi Bender, has been reimagining interiors and exteriors for more than ...
Admiring their wares and their work well done.
Forever intermingled, fashion and culture leap from the pages of National Geographic to your walls with this framed and matted fine-art print, created exclusively for One Kings Lane. National Geographic Fine Art ...