Over the last several months, we’ve visited flea markets and auctions from Atlanta to Paris. Along the way, we’ve picked up several small prints that are big on impact. Dozens of them are available at Townhouse, and these are a few of our favorites:
From the top: Pour Robbe, Pablo Picasso - $1,600 / Noir 17 of 75, Holst - $1,100 / French Drawings Circa 1921 (Pair), Pierre Yves Tremois - $1,260 Each / Soho Street at Sundown, Ruben Toledo - $515 / Standing Figure, Auguste Garufi - $2,000 / Bridge, Ruben Toldeo - $515 / Mixed Media on Paper, J. Paul Parent - $1,550 / Original Sketch, Kimo Minton - $1,550
Townhouse by Robert Brown is featured in the August issue of Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles. Check out the article, then come see us!
Townhouse stocks a wide range of pieces from AVF’s striking acrylic collection. See it in-store, or reach out for more details: email@example.com
This week’s must-have item from Townhouse: This pair of antique Louis XVI chairs, likely from the early 1950s. We found them at Marché aux Puces St-Ouen de Clignancourt in Paris, and we were excited to see that they are completely original. Email Townhouse for more information.
Klein Reid Porcelain / I suppose it was luck that led me to Klein Reid earlier this year, because I had been planning to leave New York the day before I discovered their striking porcelain wares. A blizzard had put a halt to air traffic out of JFK, so I squeezed in a few extra hours of shopping for Townhouse, which had yet to launch. I found the Klein Reid team at NYNOW and heard all about their commitment to design and craftsmanship, and I knew right away that I had to bring their work to Atlanta. Their attention to detail and quality impressed me, and their work possessed the sort of lasting beauty that never goes out of style. Now Townhouse is open, and we are proud to offer a wide selection of porcelain from our new friends in NYC.
A large selection of Klein Reid porcelain is available at Townhouse by Robert Brown in Atlanta. For more information, e-mail or call 404-917-1333.