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mid-century game table and chairs upholstered in taupe leather
4722
1950's

the square table with serpentine sides with four matching chairs barrel-back all with faux bamboo supports; new leather upholstery; Barnard & Simonds Co. (1898-1967) Rochester, NY moving to Grand Rapids, MI in 1959, purchased by Baker Furniture in 1967

Height: 
table 30" chairs 32"
Width: 
table 30" chairs 25"
Depth: 
table 30" chairs 26"
$18,900
Available
Milos 2011 #1, Greece, by william stanisich, san francisco; signed and framed
70044
2011

Milos Series 2000-2013 (watercolor on paper) A series inspired by the legendary Greek Island, Milos, with a ‘kaleidoscope of minerals, colors and water caves’.

Height: 
55
Width: 
75
$28,800
Available
At Grasmere #2 1996, Lake District Series, England  (watercolor on paper)  by william stanisich, san francisco; signed and framed
70043
1996

Bill Stanisich first encountered England’s Lake District through the poetry of Wordsworth and Coleridge. Upon visiting the area in the 1990's, Stanisich was stunned by the beauty and dramatic light, and the ever-present and often foreboding clouds. In these paintings, he was attracted to the play of light and shadow on the water - a theme he has often returned to.

Height: 
48"
Width: 
32.75
$9,800
Available
At Grasmere - #3 1996, Lake District Series, England  (watercolor on paper)  by william stanisich, san francisco; signed and framed
70042
1996

Bill Stanisich first encountered England’s Lake District through the poetry of Wordsworth and Coleridge. Upon visiting the area in the 1990's, Stanisich was stunned by the beauty and dramatic light, and the ever-present and often foreboding clouds. In these paintings, he was attracted to the play of light and shadow on the water - a theme he has often returned to.

Height: 
48"
Width: 
32.75"
$9,800
Available
At Grasmere - #1 1996, Lake District Series, England (watercolor on paper)  by william stanisich, san francisco; signed and framed
70041
1996

Bill Stanisich first encountered England’s Lake District through the poetry of Wordsworth and Coleridge. Upon visiting the area in the 1990's, Stanisich was stunned by the beauty and dramatic light, and the ever-present and often foreboding clouds. In these paintings, he was attracted to the play of light and shadow on the water - a theme he has often returned to

 

Height: 
46
Width: 
89
$22,900
Available

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