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The greeting cards in this set reproduce tea room wall decorations created by Mackintosh and his wife, Margaret Macdonald. The back of each greeting card also has a traditional tea room recipe (scones, oatcakes, pancakes, perkins and shortbread) from Perilla Kinchen's book, "Taking Tea with Mackintosh: The Story of Miss Cranston's Tea Rooms." The decorative boxed set contains 20 notecards (five each of four designs), blank inside, measuring 5" x 7" with 20 envelopes. The reproductions are of " O Ye, All Ye That Walk in Willowwood" and "The May Queen" by Margaret Macdonald, and "Part Seen, Imagined Part" and two details from "The Wassail" by Charles Rennie Mackintosh. © Glasgow Museums and Art Galleries, Glasgow.
The Frank Lloyd Wright 2022 Wall Calendar features 12 photographs of Frank Lloyd Wright architecture and design along with famous quotes on each page. Keep track of dates and appointments with month at-a-glance. All major holidays and important dates marked, as well as room for you to write in your own important dates. Makes a great gift for any occasion...
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Renowned American artist Charley Harper (1922–2007) developed his deep affinity for the natural world early in life. Growing up in rural West Virginia, he spent many hours exploring the local hills, sketchbook in hand. After studying at the Art Academy of Cincinnati and the Art Students League of New York City, he went on to illustrate numerous books and to...
Gideon Dagan's original Perpetual Calendar was designed for MoMA in 1998. To use, simply insert the stand to place the calendar on a desk and move the magnetic balls manually to mark the date and month. Made of injection-molded plastic and magnets. May also be wall mounted (fixtures included). Size: Ht: 9" x W: 13" x D: 2".
This new desktop version of the Perpetual Calendar by Gideon Dagan commemorates the 10th anniversary of his original design. Gideon Dagan's original Perpetual Calendar was designed for MoMA in 1998. To use, simply insert the stand to place the calendar on a desk and move the magnetic balls manually to mark the date and month. Made of injection-molded plastic and...