Born in 1875, the places and people of undersung Dutch artist Evert Rabbers's home, the borough of Woolde in the town of Hengelo, provided the ideal subject matter for his bucolic artworks. From gestural pencil portraits to serene landscape oil paintings, John was lucky to come across a vast cache of the late artist's work.
Each one of Jeanette Farrier's creations has a story of its own. The London-based designer culls from her vast collection of vintage cotton sari fabrics from India and reimagines them as singular throws, bedspreads, cushion covers, baby blankets, and robes. A well-traveled gift at a time when we're collectively grounded.