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The Louis Sullivan Skylight Tapestry Table Runner is inspired by a window designed by Louis Henry Sullivan. The window is from a branch of the Farmers Merchant & Union Bank, 1919. For a young Frank Lloyd Wright, his years working under Louis Sullivan, February of 1888 to June of 1893, undoubtedly shaped his design philosophy. Wright, who rarely acknowledged any direct influences called Sullivan his “Lieber Meister” (German for “Beloved Master”).
A design from an important architect and historic building, brought to life in products for today’s modern homes. Extraordinary weaving and depth of color. Each woven tapestry table runner measures 72" x 13.5". 100% Cotton. Care instructions: Spot clean or dry clean for best results.
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“Three Sisters - Evening Reflection” is a tribute to the end of summer sunsets. It is based on Yoshiko Yamamoto’s watercolor sketch at Scott Lake overlooking the majestic set of three mountains - Three Sisters. This linoleum block print was printed from 14 layers of colors using hand-carved blocks. Each color was hand-printed on acid-free 100% cotton Strathmore Paper, with...
This Yoshiko Yamamoto linoleum block print was made from multiple hand carved blocks with four of the blocks used as reduction blocks, to achieve the depth of color. Each print is signed and is one of a numbered limited edition of 240. Framed size: 25" x 18”. The frames are quartersawn oak with mortise & tenon construction by Dard Hunter...
“Kelmscott Manor” draws inspiration from a rural farmhouse that was so loved by William Morris. The farmhouse is located in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom just along the River Thames. Morris was associated with the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood and a founder of the British Arts & Crafts Movement. He is best known for his designs for furnishing fabrics and wallpaper. This linoleum block...
This Yoshiko Yamamoto linoleum block print was made from multiple hand carved blocks with four of the blocks used as reduction blocks, to achieve the depth of color. Each print is signed and is one of a numbered limited edition of 150. “Have you heard the red-winged blackbirds chirp? I love listening to their calls to each other in marshes...