Items From Brand Eastland Made In Maine

Maine Patio Barstools: Set of two solid polywood barstools Aluminum frame Features wooden plank boards Suitable for indoor and outdoor use Measurements: Armrest 0.5" W x 9" H Backrest 1" W x 17" H Seat 18" W x 20" - 18" D x 28.5" - 29" H Overall, each measures 40" W x 23.5" D x 43.5" H
$475 $269
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Round-toe boot Leather upper Rawhide lacing Moc toe stitching Back pull tab Leather lining Rubber outsole Made from 100% American Horween leathers, tanned in the USA with hand rubbed finishes Measurements: shaft height 5", calf circumference 8"
$340 $219
35 % OFF
Moc toe chukka boot Leather Lace-up vamp Embroidered details throughout Unlined Vibram outsole Measurements: shaft height 4.5", calf circumference 8"
$375 $249
33 % OFF
Round-toe boot Leather upper Rawhide lacing Moc toe stitching Back pull tab Leather lining Rubber outsole Made from 100% American Horween leathers, tanned in the USA with hand rubbed finishes Measurements: shaft height 5", calf circumference 8"
$340 $219
35 % OFF
Moc toe chukka boot Leather Lace-up vamp Embroidered details throughout Unlined Vibram outsole Measurements: shaft height 4.5", calf circumference 8"
$375 $249
33 % OFF
Moc toe chukka boot Leather Lace-up vamp Embroidered details throughout Unlined Vibram outsole Measurements: shaft height 4.5", calf circumference 8"
$375 $249
33 % OFF
Maine Patio Barstools: Set of two solid polywood barstools Aluminum frame Features wooden plank boards Suitable for indoor and outdoor use Measurements: Armrest 0.5" W x 9" H Backrest 1" W x 17" H Seat 18" W x 20" - 18" D x 28.5" - 29" H Overall, each measures 40" W x 23.5" D x 43.5" H
$475 $279
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Angel More Lithograph: Lithograph on arches Signed and numbered in pencil Edition of 150 Year 1977 Robert Indiana (born Robert Clark) was born in New Castle, Indiana on September 13, 1928. In 1953, Indiana received a degree from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and in 1954, attended the Edinburgh College of Art in Scotland. In 1956, Indiana moved to New York, where he became a part of the Pop Art movement. He began to paint in a geometric, hardedge style, blending commercial art and existentialism. While in New York, Indiana worked with artist Andy Warhol, creating Eat, a film of Indiana eating a mushroom. With his first New York solo exhibition at Eleanor Ward's Stable Gallery in 1962, Indiana began a long career of showcasing his works in over 30 museums and galleries, including the Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Museum of Modern Art, New York, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, California, Hirshhorn Museum, Washington D.C., and the Stedelijk Museum, Schiedam, The Netherlands, Indiana is most well known for his iconic LOVE sculpture. Originally created in 1964 for a Christmas card design for the Museum of Modern Art, the image was reproduced on United States Postal Service postage stamp in 1973, and sculptural versions of the image can be found at institutions around the world. Indiana has lived and worked in Vinalhaven, Maine since 1978.
$750 $629
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Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1277
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This modern, sculptural design brings a contemporary atmosphere to any space in your home; 3-way switch; uses (1) 150-watt bulb, overall dimensions provided
$452 $181
59 % OFF
This modern, sculptural design brings a contemporary atmosphere to any space in your home; 3-way switch; uses (1) 150-watt bulb, overall dimensions provided
$452 $181
59 % OFF
Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1277
29 % OFF
This modern, sculptural design brings a contemporary atmosphere to any space in your home; 3-way switch; uses (1) 150-watt bulb, overall dimensions provided
$452 $181
59 % OFF
Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1277
29 % OFF
Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1169
35 % OFF
Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1169
35 % OFF
Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1169
35 % OFF
Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1169
35 % OFF
Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1169
35 % OFF
Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1169
35 % OFF
Spend more time outdoors, enjoying good food and company with this chic set that is crafted from FSC certified wood; armchairs measure 35"H x 19.5"W x 23"L; table measures 30"H x 33.5"W x 82.5"L
$1799 $1169
35 % OFF
Original map from Alvin J. Johnson's "Family Atlas", a collection of hand-colored engravings published by Johnson and Browning in 1860-1863; displayed in a solid wood frame with a double-thick cream mat and UV glass
$450 $209
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This is an original map from Samuel Augustus Mitchell's "New General Atlas"; framed in a real wood moulding with a double thick cream mat and UV glass
$399 $194
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High heel peep-toe platform sandal Leather upper Metal coral accents throughout Adjustable buckle ankle strap Covered heel and man-made strcutrual platform Leather insole and sole Measurements: Heel height 5.5", platform sole 1.5"
$1895 $799
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New York City View, Lithograph: Lithograph Signed and numbered in pencil Year 1975 Edition of 152/250 Ralph Fasanella, American (1914 - 1997) Ralph Fasanella (191497) was a self-taught painter who created large, colorful and intricate paintings of working-class culture and American politics from 1945 until his death in 1997. Fasanella had an artistic vision born of a working life. A child of Italian immigrants, he spent his youth delivering ice with his father and enduring the harsh regimen of a Catholic reform school. During the Great Depression, Fasanella worked in garment factories and as a truck driver. From his mother--a literate, sensitive, and progressive woman, Fasanella acquired a social conscience. Through her influence he became active in antifascist and trade union causes. Fasanella's political beliefs were radicalized by the Depression. His antifascist zeal led him to volunteer for duty in the International Brigades fighting fascism in Spain, where he served in 1937-1938. Upon his return to New York City Fasanella became an organizer for various unions, particularly the United Electrical, Radio, and Machine Workers of America, with whom he achieved some major organizing successes. In 1945, disillusioned by the labor movement and plagued by a painful sensation in his fingers, Fasanella started to draw. He left organizing and began to paint full time. He painted obsessively, capturing the vibrant moods of the city and the tumult of American politics. For a brief time he received some critical notice for his work, and had shows of his work in galleries as well as union halls. Fasanella included in his paintings a profusion of brightly colored details, showed interiors and exteriors simultaneously, and combined past and future. He populated his paintings with likenesses of family and friends. In 1950 Fasanella married Eva Lazorek, a schoolteacher who supported the couple through over two decades of artistic obscurity and blacklisting by the FBI. In the 1950s Fasanella retreated from political content in his works out of fear of reprisals. With the emergence of the New Left in the 1960s, however, his works became large, sharply focused political essays using images from the popular media. In 1972 Fasanella was featured in "New York" magazine and in an illustrated coffee-table book, "Fasanella's City". His large-scale, intricate paintings of urban life and American politics were then introduced to art critics and the public. In the late 1970s Fasanella spent two years in Lawrence, researching the 1912 Bread and Roses Strike. The result was a series of eighteen paintings depicting the life of the mill town's diverse immigrant population and the events of the strike. Paintings from the series are in the Lawrence Visitor Center, The Hirschorn Museum in Washington, D.C. and Lewiston Auburn College at the University of Southern Maine. In the 1980s and 1990s Fasanella largely painted scenes that refined familiar subjects such as urban neighborhoods, baseball, and labor strikes. He also focused his efforts on working with Ron Carver, a labor organizer, to place his works on public view through the Public Domain Project, which was initiated in 1987 to purchase works out of private collections and donate them to institutions or municipalities. This effort led to placing Fasanella's paintings in the Museum of American Immigration at Ellis Island National Historical Park, the New York State Historical Association, the American Folk Art Museum (whose painting is installed in the New York City subway), and the National Museum of American Art. In 2001 Fasanella was the subject of a comprehensive book and retrospective exhibition, "Ralph Fasanella's America", at the New York State Historical Association. Fasanella died on December 16, 1997.
$950 $669
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