Seasons in the Sun The Beaux Arts Cookbook 30th Anniversary Commemorative Edition
The recipes contained in Seasons in the Sun were gathered by Beaux Arts members from their own kitchens and from their friends and local restaurants.
Soft Cover, 302 pages.
Ukara Cloth Frame
This unique and beautiful photo frame of nickel silver is adapted from a blue and white textile in the African Collection of the Lowe Art Museum. Ukara cloth is an emblem of the Igbo version of the Ekpe society, a powerful secret association. The cloths are made for individual members of Ekpe's highest rank; who are responsible for choosing the designs to be used on their particular cloth and for whom the motifs serve a as personal "signature." Nsibidi signs alternate in geometric patterns symbolizing the leopard spirit of Ekpe.
Frame holds a 2" x 2" photo.Price: $96.00
Moon Goddess Bookmark
Maya graves contain molded pottery statues of extreme sensitivity and beauty. This female figure dates to the Late Classic period (600-900) and was made on Jania Island in Mexico, the western edge of the Maya world. The long flowing cape and elaborate headdress identify her as a goddess.
24 Kt. Electroplate. Made in U.S.A.Price: $6.99
Italian Renaissance Coasters from the Kress Colletion
Set of 4 coasters are handmade on tumbled Botticino marble quarried in Italy, and are cork backed to prevent any damage to fine home furnishings. Each coaster features one of each of the following Lowe Art Museum’s Kress Collection Italian Renaissance Paintings.
Sano di Pietro, Italian (Siena), 1405-1487. MADONNA AND CHILD WITH SAINTS, c.1450
Bernardino Fungai, Italian (Siena), 1460-c.1516. MADONNA AND CHILD WITH SAINTS AND ANGELS,c.1510/15
Master of the Blessed Clare, Italian (Rimini). THE ADORATION OF THE MAGI, c.1340
Bicci di Lorenzo, Italian (Florence), 1373-1452.THE ANNUNCIATION, c.1435Price: $42.50 set
Italian Renaissance Magnets from the Kress Collection
Kress Collection Boxed Magnets Set of 4
Price: $28.00 set
Lowe Tote Bag
Sturdy natural canvas logo bag featuring artist signatures with black carrying straps.
14 1/2 'W x 15' H x 4 " D
CUNDO BERMÚDEZ: A Life in Art Lowe Art Museum University of Miami April 23 – June 1, 2003