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Pablo Picasso’ first word was ‘piz’, short for ‘lapiz’, which means pencil in Spanish.
This extraordinary large scale paint on board shows the same obsession for line and is inspired by the drawings of the master himself, and will make a stunning focal point on any room.
Christopher Guy Harrison first became inspired by the world of decorative style while growing up in the 1970s along the shoreline of the French Riviera. Here Christopher became fascinated with the elegance intrinsic to French design, which he sees as "an effortless form that is beyond beauty".
In the years since then, a singular vision and uncompromising sense of style, along with an ongoing pursuit for elegance in every piece he designs, have driven Christopher to continually redefine the aesthetics of design. The result is a place at the forefront of the world's luxury furnishings market.
An international lifestyle allows Christopher to view the world through a critically constructive eye that draws inspiration from everything he admires, translating into design elements that form the bedrock of today's CG vast collection. Above all else, Christopher's unique work is characterized by elegance, which forms the DNA of each design and is central to the philosophy of the brand.
- Width: 140cm
- Depth: 7cm
- Height: 200cm
- Pictured Finishes: 12th Century Gold Leaf
- Wall mounted French cleat hanging system.
- Painted artwork mounted in a frame.
This is a "Special Order" item.
This item qualifies for complimentary delivery within the mainland of England
Despatch of this item is approximately 12 to 16 weeks from the date of ordering