Design Santa Barbara
On Design Santa Barbara we show you some of Michael’s greatest treasures. As a result, Michael looks at these artifacts as a gate way to the past. Furthermore, to in rich our lives into what life was thousands of years ago. In addition, see an exclusive clip with famous painter James Paul Brown.
First of all, the two pieces come from Egypt. Hence, which is one of the cradles of civilisation because its regions stretch very far back. In addition, the textiles comes from an ancient Egypt middle kingdom and is 4000 years old.
Most of all, lets move to thousands of years into the future. Because After the development and spread of christianity. Pops today represent an significant population of Egypt. Therefore, this Coptic pattern from the 5th century simply represents a time where the christian phase was rapidly spreading across the known world. Furthermore, Using Ancient Egyption weaving techniques but incorporates Christian signs.
1500 BC. Minoan Art
Finally another piece from Michael’s personal Collection. In addition, this clay sculpture comes from the island of Greece. Most of all, This piece of Minoan art is from the middle bronze age and represents a water mark in the culture.
As a result, for the next antiquities of three different shawls from his collection.
As a result, What is unique about the three is that despite them having a very similar design. They come from vastly different regions. Furthermore, Giving the age of these textiles it is highly unlikely that the weavers ever cross pass each other.
Art from James Paul Brown
Finally, Don’t miss on Design Santa Barbara the wolds Famous painter James Paul Brown. As a result James was born in Indiana. While he was groomed throughout his youth for a career in banking and finance. In addition, Brown’s mother recognized his artistic talent early in his childhood. So, when he began painting, his father had a different future in mind for him. First of all, he placed him in summer internships in the investment houses of Merrill Lynch, Northern Trust Company and Hartford Insurance. As a result he then worked for the Chicago Tribune in advertising sales. Later joined the staff of CBS Radio FM, running the Midwestern office.
As a result All furniture from the program is available at:
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