Tag: #fine art

An artistic display; a stunning art show and sale

Wednesday, September 5th, 2012

Displaying art doesn’t have to be frustrating; in fact, it should be displayed, well, artistically. In the gallery, we have stacked two original signed and numbered lithographs by Salvador Dali over an antique Chippendale solid mahogany bookcase. The bookcase features fretwork on the doors as well as ball-and-claw feet. In the bookcase, we have purposefully […]

An antique English bookcase that’s unusual yet useful

Friday, July 20th, 2012

When we saw this English breakfront bookcase, we knew it belonged in the gallery. It’s one of the more interesting pieces we’ve found in our travels because the books are faux! The center doors open to reveal plenty of room for a flat-screen television that can stay hidden when not in use. Because of the […]

Enjoy the Garden District wherever you call home.

Friday, May 4th, 2012

Think Paris in the 1830’s – or 1930’s, for that matter. If that’s a bit too far away, think New Orleans at any time. The exquisite attention to detail – from a massive antique Chinese Chippendale mirror to a simple scalloped lampshade finished with fringe – the look is chic. The look is elegant. The […]

Art blooms at the gallery

Wednesday, March 14th, 2012

March is an especially artistic month for Clark Antiques Gallery. In general, we enjoy wall art, table art; we love large art, small art; we thrive on interesting art, unusual art. We have all kinds of art at the gallery, but on March 27th and 28th, we’ll have international art — brought to us by […]