Sunday, November 9, 2008

Art Collection

I sometimes see homes only with furniture in it , I believe books and art are also important elements to bring life to a room. Else it would look like a furniture showroom. Here are some of the interesting art collections that I found and wanted to share with you... (click on the image to enlarge)


In the living room are Roy Lichtenstein’s Reflections: Spray II, left, and Thin Edge by Ralph Humphrey.

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Terra-cotta-colored walls offer a rich backdrop for the salon’s art and furnishings.

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This a purposeful balance of antique and contemporary style in the area of the master bedroom, The poster is a Tobias Stranovius’s 18th-century Peacock and Peahen.

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Damien Hirst’s 1997 acrylic Caesium Carbide 89 is the focal point of another part of the living room.



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Yes, 1963, by Joe Tilson hangs above a 19th-century butcher’s table in the entrance hall

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Over the living room’s fireplace is a 1960 Franz Kline oil. Andy Warhol and Jean-Michel Basquiat’s 1984-85 GE Tobacco Section is at left.

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Stone standing figures are displayed in the living room along with a 1935 painting by Fernand L├ęger.


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