Reproduction of an old print by Merian. Colorful fruits and butterflies. Linen matte and ivory wood frame.
Etos, a vibrant partnership of two young international designers, perfectly balances a fusion of European glamour and Manhattan practicality. Mercedes Desio and Alberto Villalobos met in design school in NYC, where their passion for merging the old with the new led them to open a boutique that functions as a canvas for their eclectic styles. Inspired by a wide range of cultural influences, the gallery is filled with carefully selected furniture, accessories, and art and personal vignettes that inspire the imagination and evoke its owners’ travels and backgrounds.
At a time when few women were educated
or literate and rarely travelled, German-born naturalist and artist Maria Sibylla Merian (1647-1717) made history with her studies of insects in Surinam. Trained as a copperplate engraver and watercolorist, she documented the ...
Reproduction of a 1703 print by Maria Sibylla
Merian. Done on high quality paper. Floated on linen and framed in an off-white wood frame. Frame not pictured.Etos, a vibrant partnership of designers Mercedes Desio and Alberto Villalobos, perfectly balances a ...
A set of two fine-art reproduction prints by
Maria Sibylla Merian, a German naturalist and scientific illustrator. Merian left Amsterdam for Suriname in 1703 to study the entomological world. She spent over 2 years there studying insects and put together ...