Items From Brand Divine Delights

An illustrative garden of textual delights, this hand-crafted rug, with its unique loop and cut-pile design features a unique scalloped border
$898 $449
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An illustrative garden of textual delights, this hand-crafted rug, with its unique loop and cut-pile design features a unique scalloped border
$898 $449
50 % OFF
An illustrative garden of textual delights, this hand-crafted rug, with its unique loop and cut-pile design features a unique scalloped border
$898 $449
50 % OFF
This gorgeous giclée design offers the look and feel of a hand-painted masterpiece, professionally hand-stretched and stapled over pine wood bars in gallery wrap style; fade-resistant archival inks remain vibrant for decades; overall dimensions provided
$632 $185
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This gorgeous giclée design offers the look and feel of a hand-painted masterpiece, professionally hand-stretched and stapled over pine wood bars in gallery wrap style; fade-resistant archival inks remain vibrant for decades; overall dimensions provided
$632 $185
70 % OFF
An illustrative garden of textual delights, this hand-crafted rug, with its unique loop and cut-pile design features a unique scalloped border
$898 $449
50 % OFF
An illustrative garden of textual delights, this hand-crafted rug, with its unique loop and cut-pile design features a unique scalloped border
$898 $449
50 % OFF
An illustrative garden of textual delights, this hand-crafted rug, with its unique loop and cut-pile design features a unique scalloped border
$898 $449
50 % OFF
An illustrative garden of textual delights, this hand-crafted rug, with its unique loop and cut-pile design features a unique scalloped border
$459 $230
49 % OFF
Pierpont Morgan Library, Lithograph: Lithograph Signed and numbered in pencil Year 1982 Edition of 185/300, 40 AP's Red Grooms, American (1937 - ) Red Grooms was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1937. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the New School for Social Research, New York. In the 1950s Grooms moved to New York City to immerse himself in the art scene. For nearly fifty years Grooms has combined color, vibrancy, and a generous dose of self-deprecating humor to produce art in all media that provokes and delights. He pokes fun at the icons of American politics, entertainment, the art world, while paying homage to his subjects at the same time. No artist since Honore Daumier has had a greater understanding of humor or a more direct connection to his audience. In return, Grooms has earned the public's unqualified admiration and appreciation. As a painter, sculptor, printmaker, filmmaker and theater designer Grooms' career to this point has been prolific. His graphic works alone includes an array of art forms including etchings, lithographs (two and three-dimensional), monotypes, woodblock prints and spray-painted stencils. Throughout the late 1980s and the mid 1990s Grooms devoted himself to a series of prints and three-dimensional works called New York Stories for which he is well known and admired. Today Grooms is recognized as a pioneer of site-specific sculpture and installation art. City of Chicago (1967), a room-sized, walk-through "sculpto-pictorama, " features sky-scraper-proportioned sculptures of Mayor Daley and Hugh Hefner "joined by such historical figures as Abraham Lincoln, Al Capone, and fan-dancer Sally Rand, accompanied by a sound track featuring gunfire and burlesque music. Grooms's genius for rendering the intricacies of architectural ornament is vividly apparent in several three-dimensional vistas of Chicago's famous buildings. Evident here and in the numerous other cityscapes Grooms has created is his extraordinary ability to capture a sense of place with a great sensitivity to detail." Another sculpto-pictorama, Ruckus Manhattan (1975) exemplifies the mixed-media installations that would become his signature craft. These vibrant three-dimensional constructions melded painting and sculpture, to create immersive works of art that invited interaction from the viewer. The pieces were often populated with colorful, cartoon-like characters, from varied walks of life. One of his biggest themes is the use of painting people, often using other artists or their styles to show his appreciation for their works. Regarding his large wall relief, William Penn Shaking Hands with the Indians (1967), based on a similarly titled painting by Benjamin West, Grooms remarked, "To tell the truth I did [the work] more because of Mr Benjamin West than Mr. Penn. Benjamin West is a hero for American Art. ... As I understand he set up the whole tableau for The Treaty on his estate using actors from a touring Shakespeare company Then he had an easel installed in the basket of a hot air balloon tethered at 60 feet, and with the help of sandwiches and birch beer hauled up to him by his wife, painted this great masterpiece in six days. To me, this is exemplary American behavior." Grooms's two most notable installations--The City of Chicago (1967) and Ruckus Manhattan (1975)--were enormously popular with the public. These works were executed in collaboration with then-wife, the artist Mimi Gross. Along with Gross, he starred in Mike Kuchar's Secret of Wendel Samson (1966), which tells the story of a closeted gay artist torn between two relationships. In the 1990s Grooms returned to his Tennessee roots, creating likenesses of 36 figures from Nashville history for the Tennessee Foxtrot Carousel (1998). Grooms' sculpture The Shootout, which depicts a cowboy and an Indian shooting at one another, drew protests by Native American activists when it was unveiled in Denver in 1982. The sculpture was evicted from two locations in downtown Denver after protesters threatened to deface it. In 1983 the sculpture was moved to the grounds of the Denver Art Museum, and now sits on the roof of the museum restaurant. Grooms commented "Denver is beginning to rival Grumpsville, Tennessee, as one of the great sourpuss towns." The artist's work can be found in museums and private collections worldwide including the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Fort Worth Museum of Contemporary Art. Fort Worth Texas; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York; Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California; Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York; and the Nagoya City Museum, Nagoya, Japan. Grooms currently lives and works in New York City in a studio in lower Manhattan at the intersection of Tribeca and Chinatown, where he has lived for around 40 years. He has one daughter, Saskia Grooms.
$2500 $2099
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Guggenheim, 1972 Lithograph: Lithograph poster on cartridge paper Red Grooms was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1937. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the New School for Social Research, New York. In the 1950s Grooms moved to New York City to immerse himself in the art scene. For nearly fifty years Grooms has combined color, vibrancy, and a generous dose of self-deprecating humor to produce art in all media that provokes and delights. He pokes fun at the icons of American politics, entertainment, the art world, while paying homage to his subjects at the same time. No artist since Honore Daumier has had a greater understanding of humor or a more direct connection to his audience. In return, Grooms has earned the public's unqualified admiration and appreciation. As a painter, sculptor, printmaker, filmmaker and theater designer Grooms' career to this point has been prolific. His graphic works alone includes an array of art forms including etchings, lithographs (two and three-dimensional), monotypes, woodblock prints and spray-painted stencils. Throughout the late 1980s and the mid 1990s Grooms devoted himself to a series of prints and three-dimensional works called New York Stories for which he is well known and admired. Today Grooms is recognized as a pioneer of site-specific sculpture and installation art. City of Chicago (1967), a room-sized, walk-through "sculpto-pictorama," features sky-scraper-proportioned sculptures of Mayor Daley and Hugh Hefner "joined by such historical figures as Abraham Lincoln, Al Capone, and fan-dancer Sally Rand, accompanied by a sound track featuring gunfire and burlesque music. Grooms's genius for rendering the intricacies of architectural ornament is vividly apparent in several three-dimensional vistas of Chicago's famous buildings. Evident here and in the numerous other cityscapes Grooms has created is his extraordinary ability to capture a sense of place with a great sensitivity to detail. Another sculpto-pictorama, Ruckus Manhattan (1975) exemplifies the mixed-media installations that would become his signature craft. These vibrant three-dimensional constructions melded painting and sculpture, to create immersive works of art that invited interaction from the viewer. The pieces were often populated with colorful, cartoon-like characters, from varied walks of life. One of his biggest themes is the use of painting people, often using other artists or their styles to show his appreciation for their works. Regarding his large wall relief, William Penn Shaking Hands with the Indians (1967), based on a similarly titled painting by Benjamin West, Grooms remarked, "To tell the truth I did [the work] more because of Mr Benjamin West than Mr. Penn. Benjamin West is a hero for American Art. As I understand he set up the whole tableau for The Treaty on his estate using actors from a touring Shakespeare company Then he had an easel installed in the basket of a hot air balloon tethered at 60 feet, and with the help of sandwiches and birch beer hauled up to him by his wife, painted this great masterpiece in six days. To me, this is exemplary American behavior. Grooms's two most notable installations - The City of Chicago (1967) and Ruckus Manhattan (1975) - were enormously popular with the public. These works were executed in collaboration with then-wife, the artist Mimi Gross. Along with Gross, he starred in Mike Kuchar's Secret of Wendel Samson (1966), which tells the story of a closeted gay artist torn between two relationships. In the 1990s Grooms returned to his Tennessee roots, creating likenesses of 36 figures from Nashville history for the Tennessee Foxtrot Carousel (1998). Grooms' sculpture The Shootout, which depicts a cowboy and an Indian shooting at one another, drew protests by Native American activists when it was unveiled in Denver in 1982. The sculpture was evicted from two locations in downtown Denver after protesters threatened to deface it. In 1983 the sculpture was moved to the grounds of the Denver Art Museum, and now sits on the roof of the museum restaurant. Grooms commented "Denver is beginning to rival Grumpsville, Tennessee, as one of the great sourpuss towns. The artist's work can be found in museums and private collections worldwide including the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Fort Worth Museum of Contemporary Art. Fort Worth Texas; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York; Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California; Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York; and the Nagoya City Museum, Nagoya, Japan. Grooms currently lives and works in New York City in a studio in lower Manhattan at the intersection of Tribeca and Chinatown, where he has lived for around 40 years. He has one daughter, Saskia Grooms.
$600 $339
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Nervous City Street Scene, Lithograph: Lithograph Signed in pencil, l.r. Year 1973 Edition of 120 Red Grooms, American (1937 - ) Red Grooms was born in Nashville, Tennessee in 1937. He studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and the New School for Social Research, New York. In the 1950s Grooms moved to New York City to immerse himself in the art scene. For nearly fifty years Grooms has combined color, vibrancy, and a generous dose of self-deprecating humor to produce art in all media that provokes and delights. He pokes fun at the icons of American politics, entertainment, the art world, while paying homage to his subjects at the same time. No artist since Honore Daumier has had a greater understanding of humor or a more direct connection to his audience. In return, Grooms has earned the public's unqualified admiration and appreciation. As a painter, sculptor, printmaker, filmmaker and theater designer Grooms' career to this point has been prolific. His graphic works alone includes an array of art forms including etchings, lithographs (two and three-dimensional), monotypes, woodblock prints and spray-painted stencils. Throughout the late 1980s and the mid 1990s Grooms devoted himself to a series of prints and three-dimensional works called New York Stories for which he is well known and admired. Today Grooms is recognized as a pioneer of site-specific sculpture and installation art. City of Chicago (1967), a room-sized, walk-through "sculpto-pictorama, " features sky-scraper-proportioned sculptures of Mayor Daley and Hugh Hefner "joined by such historical figures as Abraham Lincoln, Al Capone, and fan-dancer Sally Rand, accompanied by a sound track featuring gunfire and burlesque music. Grooms's genius for rendering the intricacies of architectural ornament is vividly apparent in several three-dimensional vistas of Chicago's famous buildings. Evident here and in the numerous other cityscapes Grooms has created is his extraordinary ability to capture a sense of place with a great sensitivity to detail." Another sculpto-pictorama, Ruckus Manhattan (1975) exemplifies the mixed-media installations that would become his signature craft. These vibrant three-dimensional constructions melded painting and sculpture, to create immersive works of art that invited interaction from the viewer. The pieces were often populated with colorful, cartoon-like characters, from varied walks of life. One of his biggest themes is the use of painting people, often using other artists or their styles to show his appreciation for their works. Regarding his large wall relief, William Penn Shaking Hands with the Indians (1967), based on a similarly titled painting by Benjamin West, Grooms remarked, "To tell the truth I did [the work] more because of Mr Benjamin West than Mr. Penn. Benjamin West is a hero for American Art. ... As I understand he set up the whole tableau for The Treaty on his estate using actors from a touring Shakespeare company Then he had an easel installed in the basket of a hot air balloon tethered at 60 feet, and with the help of sandwiches and birch beer hauled up to him by his wife, painted this great masterpiece in six days. To me, this is exemplary American behavior." Grooms's two most notable installations--The City of Chicago (1967) and Ruckus Manhattan (1975)--were enormously popular with the public. These works were executed in collaboration with then-wife, the artist Mimi Gross. Along with Gross, he starred in Mike Kuchar's Secret of Wendel Samson (1966), which tells the story of a closeted gay artist torn between two relationships. In the 1990s Grooms returned to his Tennessee roots, creating likenesses of 36 figures from Nashville history for the Tennessee Foxtrot Carousel (1998). Grooms' sculpture The Shootout, which depicts a cowboy and an Indian shooting at one another, drew protests by Native American activists when it was unveiled in Denver in 1982. The sculpture was evicted from two locations in downtown Denver after protesters threatened to deface it. In 1983 the sculpture was moved to the grounds of the Denver Art Museum, and now sits on the roof of the museum restaurant. Grooms commented "Denver is beginning to rival Grumpsville, Tennessee, as one of the great sourpuss towns." The artist's work can be found in museums and private collections worldwide including the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Fort Worth Museum of Contemporary Art. Fort Worth Texas; Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, D.C.; The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York; Moderna Museet, Stockholm, Sweden; Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles, California; Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York; and the Nagoya City Museum, Nagoya, Japan. Grooms currently lives and works in New York City in a studio in lower Manhattan at the intersection of Tribeca and Chinatown, where he has lived for around 40 years. He has one daughter, Saskia Grooms.
$3000 $2499
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Kinetic abstract in cool blues, teals, golds and coppers against a crisp white background by California artist Barbara Winkler. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$1195 $595
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Pair of vintage Italian gilt metal candle sconces with floral motif. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$1195 $349
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Large atmospheric oil landscape featuring lush trees along a riverbank.The artist uses a palette of luminous greens and aquas. Illegibly signed lower right. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$1495 $639
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Magnificent acrylic landscape by California artist Roberta Owen (b. 1928). Owen has the distinction of having painted the Frazier Park Mountains in the Los Padres National Forest more often than any other living artist. Her brushwork is confident and masterful and her lush palette is glowing and harmonious. Signed lower right. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$895 $495
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Picturesque oil painting of a landscape by S. Hunt. The bucolic work depicts a home nestled on the shores of a stream with woodlands surrounding it. White clouds float by in a blue and lavender sky. Beautifully executed by a lyrical and painterly hand. Signed lower right. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$1695 $439
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Expansive watercolor of rolling hills and a big blue sky by California artist Betty Levasheff (1919-2013). She studied at U.C. Berkley, and the Art Center College Of Design in Los Angeles. Her work was juried into the Santa Barbara Art Association, of which she was a member for over 30 years. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$695 $349
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Lyrical watercolor rendering of trumpet flowers in a California garden by 20th-century American school artist Barbara Winkler. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$495 $199
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Serigraph titled Yes Bird by Tom Van Sant (Stanford, Otis College of Design), circa 1985. Van Sant has done sixty major sculpture and mural commissions for public spaces worldwide, including the airports of Honolulu, Taipei and L.A., and has had 15 solo shows. He created The GeoSphere Project and the first satellite map of Earth from space. That image was the title page of National Geographic World Atlas. Signed, numbered 303/356. Silvered wood frame. Certificate of authenticity. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$2995 $1295
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Artist's proof lithograph by Roger Bezombes (Paris 1913-1994). He designed a monumental mural for the Paris Radio Symphonic Auditorium. His work's been exhibited worldwide. Signed lower right. Epreuve d'artiste (artist's proof) lower left. Tapis Persan center. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$2400 $695
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Post-expressionist oil landscape titled Sacred Mountains - Taos, by P.G. Shields (20th-century, American). Signed lower center. Titled on verso. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$995 $539
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Witty landscape painting by California plein air artist Jesse Don Rasberry (b. 1940) who is included in Eden Hughes Who Was Who In American Art. The decisive placement of saturated color-blocks makes for a clever statement in a small space. Contrasts of black and white and opposing colors evoke a clear day. Signed lower left. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$1500 $595
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Mountain landscape featuring evergreen trees in the foreground and majestic snow-capped mountains in the distance. The beautiful blue sky is full of fluffy white clouds. Signed "Roessler" lower left. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$1000 $369
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Ravishing abstract oil with a luminous palette by Canadian artist Vera Newman. Signed lower right and inscribed further on verso. Unframed. After a successful acting career, Cynthia turned her attention to antiques and design. She has worked with celebrity friends including Will Smith, and been featured in Romantic Homes, In Style and World of Interiors. She travels widely to assemble her exceptional treasures, and her clients can find them at Summerland Antiques, south of Santa Barbara, as well as on One Kings Lane. With her unique eye, Cynthia delights in items that are exquisite, unusual, and statement-making.
$1495 $495
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