"The Brute" by Robert Loughlin with a simple and striking blue background. Simply framed in black and float mounted on linen. Loughlin moved to New York City in the 1980s and became part of the flourishing art and social scene. Clients of Loughlin included Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat and Robert Mapplethorpe. He was struck and killed by a car in 2011.
Floating mirror with walnut frame and solid brass fittings. Custom s Available. Customization Options Brass, nickel hardware can be polished or matte. Wood can be... View full product details
Large-scale and expertly crafted design of a floating mirror with iron frame and thick brass detail. Leather strap and brass buckle. Brass square hanging puck.... View full product details
Fantastic Italian walnut mirror with twisted rope. PLACE OF ORIGIN Italy DATE OF MANUFACTURE 1960s PERIOD 1960-1969 MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES Oak, Rope CONDITION Excellent... View full product details
Jonathan Borofsky woodcut color print on rice paper. #5 1 of 5, circa 2010. PRODUCTION TYPE One of a Kind PRODUCTION TIME Available Now... View full product details