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It is heavily decorated with objects d'art - vases, clocks, ornate lamps and lots of gilt picture frames.
The numerous beautiful color plates illustrate some of the most important objects d'art created by 19th and 20th century African American artists.
Number one: this trendier-than-thou underground cesspit with its incongrous literature- filled bookshelves and pointless objects d'art makes me wanna heave
But after years of accumulating appliances, stereos, televisions and even a few luxury items like jewelry, furs, collectibles or objects d'art, you'll find that whatever coverage you have quickly falls short of the replacement value of your prized possessions.
They established American business patronage, underwriting national artists, importing foreign objects d'art, lobbying for a national gallery, and laying the groundwork for a tradition of social and cultural philanthropy that lives on to this day in such organizations as the Rockefeller Foundation, the Getty Trust, and the Aspen Institute.
Accessories are slowly evolving into objects d'art.
Los Angeles artist-writer Ellen Melinkoff, who introduced us to this project, often turns contemporary color photographs into objects d'art by this method.
Beautiful 18th, 19th and 20th century furniture, Asian art, fine prints, American and European 19th and early 20th century pieces and mid-century modernism; Also featured will be Russian Impressionist paintings; antique jewelry; textiles and rugs, sterling silver, porcelain; and objects d'art.
The Tower houses a lunar observatory center, as well as a museum for Islamic icons and objects d'art, serving to preserve and promote the region's culture and heritage.
Located along Madison Avenue, the boutique features a European-style townhouse garden while neighbors include antique dealers Linda Horn, Gerald Bland Gallery, Carnegie Hill Antiques, and other well-known interior design, furniture and objects d'art stores.
Today the castle is a treasure house of fine furniture, paintings and objects d'art.
Norwich Union claimed the small print of Maria Roth's home contents policy means she is not covered for the loss of items including antique jewellery, furniture, and objects d'art which were said to be worth an estimated pounds 500,000.