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* Promo codes do not apply to this product, due to the brand's request.Adapted by famed New York artist Peter Tunney from one the Skull Books covers and etched into non-directional finished, marine-grade stainless steel that’s meant to last more than a thousand years, this skull image was chosen because it is the most durable part of the human anatomy. Signed by the artist. More Details -Etched steel skull artwork -Designed by famed New York artist Peter Tunney -Adapted from one of the covers he created for the Skull Book -Non-directional finished, marine-grade stainless steel -Pieces are marked AP (artist’s proof), each is 1/1 -Signed by the artist Dimensions: 50 x 60 x 3 inches/127 x 152.4 x 7.62 cm Weight: 50 to 60 lbs/22.67 to 27.21 kg Restrictions: Promotions cannot be applied to this product. Product Code: V07927
Each screen completed by six craftsmen in Jay Strongwater's New York workshops. Made of hand-wrought iron with cast-metal ornamentation. 81"W x 4.5"D x 75"T. Embellished with almost 25,000 hand-set Swarovski crystals and approximately 35 shades of hand-applied translucent enamel. Handcrafted in the USA. Boxed weight, approximately 340 lbs.
EXCLUSIVELY AT NEIMAN MARCUS Original acrylic on canvas by Carol Benson-Cobb. Only one available; includes certificate of authenticity. 61"Sq. x 2"D. Wood float frame. Handcrafted in the USA. Weight, 15 lbs. Boxed weight, approximately 40 lbs.
EXCLUSIVELY AT NEIMAN MARCUS Original signed artwork by Carol Benson-Cobb (includes certificate of authenticity). Square. Canvas/wood. 60"W x 60"T. Made in the USA. Boxed weight, approximately 22 lbs.
EXCLUSIVELY AT NEIMAN MARCUS Hand-painted original artwork from Carol Benson-Cobb; only one available. Acrylic on canvas. 73"W x 2"D x 46"T. Includes certificate of authenticity. Wood frame. Handcrafted in the USA. Weight, 18 lbs. Boxed weight, approximately 40 lbs.
American artist Wayne Gonzales manipulates digital photographs either gleaned from internet searches or from his own camera and translates them onto canvas, creating dynamic works that both reference and challenge the digital age. Gonzales' work often requires two viewpoints: from a distance to see a recognizable image and from close-up as the piece slowly transitions to the abstract.
The only thing more vibrant than this marquee’s neon glow is its history. Salvaged from an old Portland theater, this sign spans almost 16 feet and is nearly three feet tall. Not for the faint of heart, this sign will feel most at home in front of an audience, so it would be perfect for a retail or event space. Then again, it would make an unforgettable night light, too. If you are near our Portland, Oregon store location, please come by and see this incredible sign for yourself! It is on display in our Salvage show room. The original paint and construction are all in place, but we've restored the neon to full glory so that it will glow for many more years to come. This piece ships by Truck delivery. Upon you will be contacted by a customer service associate to discuss delivery time and details as they pertain to this one of a kind item. Delivery surcharges apply. Historical Style: Mid-Century Condition notes: Fully restored neon, bu the metal can letters show their age in some scratches and wear in the paint. All of this only adds to the character of the piece.
Estimated market value $80,000 - $100,000 Throughout his career, Boncompain fluctuated between various medias, such as pastels, oil painting and tapestry. Fruits d’été is a remarkable piece which illustrates a still life scene in Boncompain’s traditional manner, expressive reds and blues which blend flawlessly without losing their intensity. The viewer is invited to delve into a radiation of colors highlighted by the excellent quality of threads. Boncompain collaborated with L’Atelier 3 Les Lissiers in Paris to produce this outstanding composition. The studio, founded in 1972, is reputed for their hand made tapestries, as well as their use of low stronger technique which fundamentally differs from that of other workshops and allows for powerful and intense coloration. While only six of these works were produced, due to the hand nature of the construction, each is an individual. The master weavers at Atelier 3 are careful to point out that the tapestries are each unique collaborations between the artist and the craftsman.
Listed at estimated market value This stunning large scale painting by Austrian artist Eduard Angeli reflects the artist's minimalist sensibility with its near monochrome palate as well as his roots in the Abstract Expressionist movement with expressive brushstrokes which lend a wonderful tactility to the piece. Angeli's work will be exhibited in Albertina, an upcoming retrospective at the Viennese Museum in the Spring of 2017.
EXCLUSIVELY AT NEIMAN MARCUS Hand-painted original artwork signed by Carol Benson-Cobb. Acrylics on canvas. 61"W x 2"D x 41"T. Includes certificate of authenticity. Wood float frame. Made in the USA. Weight, 16 lbs. Boxed weight, approximately 40 lbs.
Pulling from his interests in graffiti and pop culture, New York-based artist Domingo Zapata creates bold, in-your-face works that share themes of sexuality, opulence and vitality. Marilyn 1 shares these stylistic qualities, as a black and white image of the iconic starlet is layered by thick, black script and images of a heart and a fish.
In the 1970s, Abstract Expressionist painter Jules Olitski returned to his most celebrated style: heavy impasto and thick brushstrokes explored through the experimentation of numerous materials. Olitski employed painters mitts, brooms, squeegees and spray guns to deliver an artistic vision that brought on critical acclaim in his field. Today, his work can be found in a vast number of high-profile permanent collections world-wide, including the Museum of Modern Art in New York City, the Tate Modern in London and the Uffizi Portrait Gallery in Florence.
The scale and vastness of the image showcases the challenges we as people face when dealing with the industries we created. How do we repair the damage? Better yet, how do we recycle the debris from these catastrophic events that change our landscapes? There is no one solution to these questions, only through unity can we resolve these issues. Includes plaque from Robert Koch Gallery. For our oversize Art & Home items such as Furniture and Area Rugs, we provide a White Glove delivery service which includes in-room delivery, assembly and removal of packing materials. Our deliveries typically take 4 to 6 weeks from the time the order is placed.
A centralized theme among Aaron's work is location; a warm oasis for relaxing. But unlike most of the artist's work, people are not the centralized subject of this piece. Rather the beauty and scenery of the French coast are the focal point. A macro perspective to the region where the 'beautiful people' vacation at. Numbered 2 of 150. For our oversize Art & Home items such as Furniture and Area Rugs, we provide a White Glove delivery service which includes in-room delivery, assembly and removal of packing materials. Our deliveries typically take 4 to 6 weeks from the time the order is placed.
In this work, American artist, John Grillo depicts a lively and colorful scene of a family having a picnic by a lake. Standing as one of the largest paintings the artist ever created, this work beautifully displays Grillo's signature style - bright, bold colors and grid-like patterns that are repeated throughout the composition. Although Grillo only lived on the West Coast for two years, he studied under impressionable artists, most notably Richard Diebenkorn, and ended up gaining the reputation of being one of the most important California Abstract Expressionist painters.
Priced at market value This monumental composition by Russian artist Darina Karpov was executed as an order by its patron. Known for her incredible density and animation, Karpov paints charged abstract-like works with the use of figurative motifs, in a warm and overwhelming atmosphere, which creates confusion and disorientation.
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From the Classic Fashion series, this photograph was shot in the Meatpacking District of New York for famous German fashion line and department store, Loden Frey. The rainy scene and wet streets enhanced the shoot, while the well-dressed woman with stron More Details Product Dimensions: H 30.0 Inches x W 0.0 Inches x L 40.0 Inches Product Code: V1182601
Fashion photographer Frank Horvat is most well-known for his reportage style and for moving fashion photography outside of the studio. His novel approach is particularly evident in this avant garde 1958 photograph, created for the fashion magazine Jardin des Modes, in which an elegant model in a Givenchy hat peers at the viewer. The group of men behind her view the landscape with binoculars.
Pillsbury specializes in long-exposure photographs made only with available light. Behind Perseus, The Metropolitan Museum of Art focuses on the passage of time and people within spaces both public and private. His work has addressed the growing role that technology is playing in our lives and the sense of modern seclusion that can seem at odds with the constant connectivity being offered by our smartphones and tablets. For our oversize Art & Home items such as Furniture and Area Rugs, we provide a White Glove delivery service which includes in-room delivery, assembly and removal of packing materials. Our deliveries typically take 4 to 6 weeks from the time the order is placed.
Pulling from his interests in graffiti and pop culture, New York-based artist Domingo Zapata creates bold, in-your-face works that share themes of sexuality, opulence and vitality. Rhino shares these features as a large rhinoceros with a top hat and cigar balances a beach ball on its horn.
Working in a modernist style, Mexican artist Yuri Zatarain draws inspiration for his work from a variety of places, including his grandmother's house, childhood memories, music, architecture and fashion. This painting oscillates between the real and the abstract - it may be viewed from a non-representational perspective, though at the same time, it evokes the sense of a violent tornado in an impending storm or a tree with wide branches reaching towards the sky.
American photographer, Sally Mann was often criticized for revealing the intimate moments of her family, much like she does in Larry Shaving. Larry Man, her husband, is seen shirtless mesmerized in his morning ritual and standing next to his daughter who is portrayed in the nude, reclining on a chair.
A great example of his oversize photographs, Ola Kolehmainen looks to study the effect light has on architecture while keeping the composition minimalist and relatively abstract.
This mixed media on canvas work depicts a view from a roof in New York City. Classic New York architecture is portrayed with a dark textured palette giving the sense of viewing the scene through an unclean window, perhaps a social commentary on the city.
Once in a blue moon we come across a neon sign with the perfect combination of form and patina. This neon Taxi sign has it all: an arrow shape, with plenty of wear in the bright yellow finish. This holy grail of vintage signs proudly advertises TAXI, complete with newly restored neon lettering. It's easy to imagine this remarkable piece on a busy street in New York, LA or Chicago. This sign is all original but for the tubes - worn finish and construction are all in place, but we've restored the neon to full glory so that it will glow for many more years to come, including adding a new transformer and a new 8' nylon cord. Two steel arm brackets protrude from the top of the metal can, so that this sign can hang from above. Ships by Curb Side delivery. Upon you will be contacted by a customer service associate to discuss delivery time and details as they pertain to this one of a kind item. Delivery surcharges may apply. Historical Style: Industrial Condition Notes: Plenty of wear in the painted sign faces – we clear-coated the paint to prevent further decay.
It's always a good time to eat with this extraordinary vintage Restaurant sign - especially as this piece is so rare and unusual. We believe this curvy galvanized arrow canister, which is complete with stamped galvanized Egg and Dart trim, dates to the early 20th century, and we were told that it hung outside of an establishment in upstate, NY. When it came into our shop, it was finished with layers and layers of green and paint. We stripped the paint away to reveal the ghost of the original lettering of "Restaurant," which we used to create the template for the new neon lettering you see today. Historical Style: Classic Condition Notes: The original paint and galvanized steel construction are all in place, but we've restored the neon to full glory so that it will glow for many more years to come. Ready to hang via the sturdy steel arms and comes outfitted with an 8' nylon cord.
American painter Wayne Thiebaud is widely admired for his vibrant depictions of everyday objects, particularly cakes, pies, pastries, and toys. Suckers, State II is a classic example of Thiebaud's subject matter with its emphasis on heavy shadow, serial repetition and isolation of simple, prosaic objects. Published by Gemini G.E.L.
Contemporary British artist Damien Hirst creates a lively and colorful display of carefully arranged butterflies in a concentric pattern against a black background in this silkscreen titled Sceptic. Butterflies, a recurring motif in Hirst's work, have been used in different contexts within his art. Hirst has exhibited butterfly wings as a vibrant portrayal of beauty excluding the hairy, unattractive body from the work or in a spiritual context as butterflies are a Greek reference to the soul and a Christian reference to resurrection.
Bonnie Edelmans latest series was born out of experimentation during a family vacation in Uruguay several years ago. While driving through the countryside, she mistakenly captured an out-of-focus image. In this digital age, she was tempted to erase her error immediately but held off for some reason. Weeks later, she came across the image again and fell in love with its abstract tranquil character and vibrant hues. Since then, shes captured others in a similar vein from shorelines, boats and airplanes, resulting in the aptly named Scapes (Land, Sea and Sky), her latest grand body of work. According to Edelman, embracing this unique style has given her a brand-new perspective on the world, allowing her to envision it in blurs of color rather than restrictive details. Sand Bar (2011), captured in the Turks and Caicos Islands, is available in two sizes. This archival-quality chromogenic print is face-mounted on quarter-inch-thick Plexiglas, then beautifully finished with flame-polished edges and acid-free Sintra foam backing. Each piece is signed and numbered. Materials: Archival-quality chromogenic print; Plexiglas; Sintra foam backing. Measurements:Medium: H 40" W 72" Large: H 50" W 90"
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* Promo codes do not apply to this product, due to the brand's request.From Robert Farber's Classic Fashion series, this fine art photograph was shot in 1991 at a Chelsea Laundromat for famous German fashion line and department store, Loden Frey. When the hair stylist came on location to ask how the model's hair should be done, Farber exclaimed, "just leave it in the rollers...she's in the laundromat!" One of the most recognized Farber images, this limited edition of 10 is signed and numbered. More Details Made in the United States. Archival pigment print on acid-free, archival watercolor paper. 100-percent cotton. Part of the Classic Fashion series. Limited edition of 10. Weight of 330 gsm. Restrictions: Promotions cannot be applied to this product. Product Dimensions: H 30.0 Inches x W 0.0 Inches x L 40.0 Inches Product Code: V1182603
Estimated market value $18000 Kiegel is a contemporary artist and has pursued many things such as fashion photography and art direction. Upon pursuing these together it made since to collaborate the two and shatter the boundaries of traditional fine art, modern art and photography. 'Image #069' is from the series 'Subliminal Messages, Confession of the Advertising Billboard' shows movement through what seems to be light beams traveling throughout the composition.
A portfolio of 10 prints of dancer Megumi Eda created by various contemporary artists including Chuck Close, Patrick Demarchelier, Eric Fischl, Bruce High Quality Foundation, Ralph Gibson, Nate Lowman, Mary Ellen Mark, Enoc Perez, David Salle, and William Wegman curated by David Salle to celebrate Eda's long relationship with Armitage Gone! Dance.
EXCLUSIVELY AT NEIMAN MARCUS Handcrafted triptych by Carol Benson-Cobb. Each piece, 31"W x 2"D x 59"T. Hand-embellished gicles are signed and numbered by the artist. In wood float frames with golden finish with hints of silver. Made in the USA. Weight of each piece, 15 lbs. Boxed weight, approximately 120 lbs.
As a part of Brazilian photographer Sebastião Salgado's Migrations series, which explores population growth around the world, the artist captures a tumultuous scene at Churchgate Station in Bombay, India. This piece depicts a stunning contrast between the moving crowd of people and the massive, stalled trains.
Imagine passing by the warm glow of this bright red neon arrow sign, knowing that in a few moments you'll be delighted – as anything with a swoopy red arrow directing you towards it must be wonderful! We are tantalized by this fully restored sign, which features neon on both sides, seen here in burning lava red. The sign boasts its original canister and finish, fully restored neon tubing and transformer and a new 8' long nylon corded-plug, which requires only a 110 voltage socket. Ready to hang via the four steel eye-hooks at the top of the canister. This piece ships by Curb Side delivery. Upon you will be contacted by a customer service associate to discuss delivery time and details as they pertain to this one of a kind item. Delivery surcharges may apply. Historical Style: Mid-Century Condition notes: Very good vintage condition. Original cabinet, new neon transformer, new neon tubing. A few dents and scratches in the steel cabinet and original paint – all commensurate with age.
Italian artist Nicola Bolla created multiple items embellished in unusual accessories. This object, Vanitas, is a decorated red skull embellished in Swarovski crystals and is presented in a cubic acrylic case.
Comparable piece sold from gallery at $8,900 Tumultuous clouds tumble across the surface of this monochromatic painting by Karyn Lyons. Dim lights wink through the hazy horizon in the far off distance, demarcating the division of sky and land amongst the vast empty space.
American artist, John Grillo depicts a lively and colorful abstract painting, that almost resembles a traffic light. This work beautifully displays Grillo's signature style - bright, bold colors and grid-like patterns that are repeated throughout the composition. Although Grillo only lived on the West Coast for two years, he studied under impressionable artists, most notably Richard Diebenkorn, and ended up gaining the reputation of being one of the most important California Abstract Expressionist painters.
Clear hand-blown glass biomorphic sculpture by Timo Sarpaneva. For our oversize Art & Home items such as Furniture and Area Rugs, we provide a White Glove delivery service which includes in-room delivery, assembly and removal of packing materials. Our deliveries typically take 4 to 6 weeks from the time the order is placed.
French contemporary artist Xavier Veilhan's signature angular style is expressed across a variety of media, including photography, sculpture and painting, many of which are displayed in a number of high-profile public collections world-wide. Le Gisant taps into Veilhan's interests in industrially produced objects, as the sculpture is made from thermoformed plastic.