In intricate detail, an antique Persian rug comes to life in this long lumbar pillow. Using graphical applications, colours have been enhanced and patterns have been made on a white backdrop to create a whimsical design that graces the front and back of this pillow. Edges are finished with a 1" flange and a zipper is located in the back for inserts. SER-038-1632 Etemadi Large Rectangular Pillow 16”X32”
This pillow was inspired from the beautiful textile craft of carpet makers in Iran, specifcally in the Mashad region. Mashad carpets are part of the umbrella of Persian carpets and originate from Khorasand, Iran. Using graphical applications, colours have been accentuated and patterns have been mirrored to create a new pattern. This pillow is made with a brushed chenille velvet, is printed on the front and back, contains a flange edging and has a zipper on the back for inserts. SER-036-1632 Mashad Large Rectangular Pillow 16”X32”
Inspired from Persian rug design this Ambera pillow conjures shapes and patterns found in intricately handwoven carpets in Iran. Using graphical applications, colours have been adapted and patterns have been created to form this pillow. Designs are printed on the front and back on a brushed chenille velvet. Edges are flange finished and a zipper is located at the back for inserts. SER-037-1632 Ambera Large Rectangular Pillow 16”X32”
Jan Davidsz de Heem was born in Utrecht and first studied under his father David de Heem the Elder, and later under Balthasar van der Ast. His talent for creating meticulous still life paintings and portraits garnered him a sound reputation that commanded the highest prices for his paintings. Several of his paintings were actually works by his sons, or apprentices. He finished many paintings and signed them as his own. In this long dramatic lumbar, a marble cartouche holds a bouquet of sunflowers, fruits and creatures. DLA-033 Cartouche Sunflower Bouquet Pillow
This dyptich lumbar was inspired from the work of Jan Davidsz de Heem. In a style his own, flowers and creatures come alive in vibrant hues in de Heem's works. With careful inspection, each work reflected a fine attention to detail in its depiction of surroundings and the subjects. Note the striations of the centerpiece tulip and its juxtaposition to a midnight bearded iris and the masterful play of light in this still life bouquet. DLA-034 Mauritshuis Tulip Pillow
In the second part of this dyptich lumbar, Jan Davidsz de Heem captures a bouquet of flowers and fruit arranged in a bountiful manner to reflect the fruits of a harvest. Colours across the spectrum are vibrantly displayed in a realistic floral explosion. DLA-035 Mauritshuis Bouquet Pillow
In our Jana pillow, a bouquet originally drafted by the Dutch master Jan van Huysum captures the beauty of flowers arranged naturally in a bouquet. Capturing the season, real flowers were procured to model as still life subjects for each painting. CMI-027 Jana Square Pillow
Born in 1682 in Amsterdam, Jan van Huysum was trained by his father in the arts. His craft for drafting works, painting of still life and landscape evolved over time. In this Vana pillow, Van Huysum's hand in sketch conjures the realness of each bloom and captures the beauty of flowers arranged in an organic fashion. The overall colour tones are warmer, and yet subtler to portray the season of autumn. These drafted works of art were applied with vibrant jewel toned colours and became works of art in themselves. CMI-028 Vana Square Pillow
This diptych pillow was inspired from the artist Melanie de Comolera, who initially saw the work of Dutch still life Jan van Huysum in 1827 in London in the Henry Hope Collection in Cavendish Square. The work exemplifies van Huysum's attention to detail in portraying flowers, leaves, creatures in a honey toned setting. Note the detail of the terra cotta vase, and his study of flowers including Peonies, Roses, Carnations, An Iris, Anemones, Auriculas that make this bouquet a feast for the eyes. DLA-036 Comolera Coral Carnation Pillow
This diptych pillow was inspired from the artist Melanie de Comolera, who initially saw the work of Dutch still life Jan van Huysum in 1827 in London in the Henry Hope Collection in Cavendish Square. The work exemplifies van Huysum's attention to detail in portraying flowers, leaves, creatures in a honey toned setting. Note the detail of the terra cotta vase, and his study of flowers including Peonies, Roses, Carnations, An Iris, Anemones, Auriculas that make this bouquet a feast for the eyes. DLA-035 Melanie Blue Iris Pillow
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