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This Yoshiko Yamamoto Japanese inspired print of two girls holding paper lanterns was printed by hand on acid-free paper. Each print is signed and is one of a numbered limited edition of 275. Framed size: 12" x 22.5”. The frames are quartersawn oak with mortise & tenon construction by Dard Hunter Studios.
Founded in 1996 by Yoshiko Yamamoto with her husband Bruce Smith, the Arts & Crafts Press uses antique printing presses to handcraft traditional woodblock prints and letterpress printed greeting cards at their studio in Tacoma, Washington. While preserving and advancing the traditional aspects of letterpress and woodblock printing, the Arts and Crafts Press also strives to print for our future generations with a commitment to seeking alternative, "greener" printing materials and tools.
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The Frank Lloyd Wright March Balloons Tapestry Throw is adapted from one of a series of 12 abstracts Wright created for the covers of Liberty Magazine in 1926-28 entitled "March Balloons”. The covers were never published as they were perceived as too radical at the time. Developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the throw measures 58" x...
The Frank Lloyd Wright Waterlilies Tapestry Throw Blue was inspired by a drawing for a window that was never realized. The graceful pattern depicts flowers and lily pads floating on a tranquil pool of water. Developed in association with the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation, the throw measures 48" x 68". 100% cotton. Machine washable and dryable.
The Frank Lloyd Wright 2020 Wall Calendar features 12 photographs of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture and design. Keep track of dates and appointments with month at-a-glance. The calendar covers 16 months (September 2019 - December 2020). Size: 12" x 12”, opens to 24” x 24”.
The Frank Lloyd Wright Colored Tree of Life Design Doormat is inspired by several variations of this design with its strong horizontal lines and planes in Wright’s Darwin D. Martin House. This doormat is constructed in coir fiber pressed into rubber base. The generous proportions of this mat are 30 inches by 18 inches.