Peacock Pair was inspired by the victory gardens planted during World War I. Somewhat of a history buff, Timothy Martin’s riff on the patriotic practice includes two resplendent birds meant to hang together – either as a close-knit pair or as bookends to another larger piece. (The artist has the originals framed in lovely gold-leaf frames with sage green mats and hung on either side of his formal dining room windows.) Peacock Pair are each approximately 7” X 12” and normally sell for $395. This pair of showy bargains can be yours for just $195.
This artwork is a limited edition of 300 reproduced on acid-free museum quality paper.