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The greeting cards in this set reproduce tea room wall decorations created by Mackintosh and his wife, Margaret Macdonald. The back of each greeting card also has a traditional tea room recipe (scones, oatcakes, pancakes, perkins and shortbread) from Perilla Kinchen's book, "Taking Tea with Mackintosh: The Story of Miss Cranston's Tea Rooms." The decorative boxed set contains 20 notecards (five each of four designs), blank inside, measuring 5" x 7" with 20 envelopes. The reproductions are of " O Ye, All Ye That Walk in Willowwood" and "The May Queen" by Margaret Macdonald, and "Part Seen, Imagined Part" and two details from "The Wassail" by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. © Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries, Glasgow.
The twelve images in this Frank Lloyd Wright Wall Calendar illustrate the scale and range of his seven decades career. No matter the design, Wright’s work still fascinates. And more than half a century after his death, Wright (1867–1959) is still viewed as America’s architect. Size: 12" x 12"; opens to 12" x 24". Each month has a Wright quote. Photography by award...
The Frank Lloyd Wright 2017 Engagement Calendar comes with 20 color photographs and descriptions of designs by Wright along with quotations from the prolific architect. Also included are fifty-three weekly grids and thirteen full-page monthly grids; double-page spreads of 2017 and 2018 yearly grids; pages for notes; a personal information page and an essay about Wright. Size: 7 x 9”.
The 2017 Fallingwater Calendar depicts interior spaces and exterior shots of Frank Lloyd Wright's masterpiece and focuses on the "Sculpture of Fallingwater." Photographed by Christopher Little, Kenneth Love and Timothy Sakamoto, each month features sculpture inside the house and on the surrounding grounds. This edition is limited, be sure to order yours now.
The Charley Harper Cardinal Holiday Card Assortment uses simple shapes and vivid color to capture the spirit of the holiday season. Before Charley Harper had painted animals of all kinds, he was exploring the foothills near his family’s home in rural West Virginia. Inspired by the landscape and wildlife around him, he created original paintings in his distinctive “minimal realist”...