Presenting the world’s best design – vintage, modern and contemporary – enhanced by blue-chip 20th century and contemporary art, Salon features leading art and design galleries from around the world, spotlighting the trends of collectible design.
"Historic design was also on show with Geoffrey Diner Gallery, Washington, DC. Flanking a monumental 1985 oil on canvas painting by Helen Frankenthaler titled “Cinquecento” were a set of three 1967 Mushroom Stools by Wendell Castle and an entry hall lantern from Arts and Crafts architect-designer Greene & Greene. The 1907 lantern of inlaid mahogany and a greenish-yellow stained glass with natural motifs originated from the Blacker House in Pasadena, Calif. Other Arts and Crafts offerings included a three-panel oak screen with pewter and copper inlay by Harvey Ellis for Gustav Stickley, circa 1904, and a Donegal carpet by UK designer/architect C.F.A. Voysey. Voysey’s carpets were very popular during his era, so much so that Stickley sold them in his stores." –Antiquesandthearts.com, Published November 2019