The Studio - NY
This table embodies the idea that nature is in a constant state of flux. The edge of the top flows seamlessly like a stream into the legs, gracefully transitioning to the arched base. The profile of the edge of the top, as seen from the sides, resembles a seagull in flight.
This console is beautifully crafted of mahogany with ofram veneers, a wood native to Ghana that is celebrated for the striking black streaks that appear throughout its grain. The simple form and natural appeal of this piece make it an easy addition to a variety of spaces, while its size offers ample space for displaying a favorite lamp, objets, and more.
Seen first at One Kings Lane: Faithfully reproduced here on canvas, this abstract work from Michelle Armas displays bold brushstrokes and an incredible sense of depth. This piece is displayed in a crisp white pine frame and arrives ready to hang.
Striking the perfect balance of luxury and drama, these vases are each crafted of glass with a seductive silhouette and colorful, painterly finish.
A fine-art reproduction of Circular Forms (1930) by Robert Delaunay. With his wife, Sonia, Delaunay co-founded the Orphism movement, noted for its use of strong colors and geometric shapes. Delaunay chose the view into the ambulatory of the Parisian Gothic church Saint-Séverin as the subject of his first series of paintings, in which he charted the modulations of light streaming through the stained-glass windows and the resulting perceptual distortion of the architecture. The subdued palette and the patches of color that fracture the smooth surface of the floor point to the influence of Paul Cézanne. This work is part of the Guggenheim collection. Custom frame.
To create this nine-volume Ernest Hemingway set, several elements of his life and work were combined into one original design. From African grass cloth and the colors of the Spanish flag, to Hem’s iconic signature and a larger than life elephant (like Hemingway himself), the result is a beautiful set to own, read, and grace the shelves. Hemingway enjoyed a long and productive relationship with his publisher Charles Scribner’s Sons, and this set includes the following nine books published by Scribner Classics: Across the River and Into the Trees, A Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls, Green Hills of Africa, Islands in the Stream, The Sun Also Rises, Death in the Afternoon, Selected Letters 1917-1961, and The Short Stories. All books are brand new from the publisher, Scribner Classics, with jackets designed and printed by Juniper Books on a special tear- and water-resistant paper.
A selection of nine Ernest Hemingway books designed with jackets that integrate Hemingway’s signature across the spines in a handsome dark green design. The titles include: Across the River and Into the Trees, A Farewell to Arms, For Whom the Bell Tolls, Green Hills of Africa, Islands in the Stream, Sun Also Rises, Death in the Afternoon, Selected Letters 1917-1961, and The Short Stories. Published by Simon & Schuster.