Sunday, December 18, 2011

John Matthew Moore at Maison de Luxe Greystone

Paloma of La Dolce Vita posted a nice image of Barry Dixon's library with DC artist John Mathew Moore's much admired sheep portrait in sepia tones. Although I love it in it's full color (my good friend just placed one over her family room mantel), the sepia version is perfect in this room of warm neutrals. I've had the pleasure of meeting Matthew and visiting his studio, which was such a treat. To see more of his works, go here.

7 comments:

Teresa at Splendid Sass said...

Beautiful room and painting. Headed over to visit.
Thank you for sharing, Michele.
Teresa
xoxo

pve design said...

I have not had the pleasure of meeting John, however have had many on line chats and telephone chats too and I am so thrilled that he has a blog now. His work is wonderful.
pve

Carla Aston said...

How perfect for Barry Dixon's room, since he is a bit of a sheep farmer himself! Love it.

Renée Finberg said...

this is a very 'cool' and cozy space.
the wing chairs' lines are gorgeous.

xx

HRH The Duchess of State said...

Very interesting room. I do agree the sepia tones of the painting are a great addition to the colors of the room dahhling...

pinkertonjamesl said...
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pinkertonjamesl said...

Sweet room.All paintings are look really great.It really interasting.


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