New York native Matthew Izzo established MatthewIzzoHome.com in 2002, offering fine furnishings for interior designers and home design enthusiasts. He has solidified himself as a renowned interior designer in the New York metropolitan area, and has been featured in media outlets such as HGTV, Vogue, NBC, CBS, The Fineliving Channel, the NY Times, and more. Today, Matthew and his team offer a wide array of different furnishings and decor to fit virtually any style of home decor. A collector of all things vintage, Matthew is eager to share his unique and truly amazing products with Apartment Therapy and fans of vintage and rustic items.
This lovely print by Herald L. Stendel, circa 20th Century, captures a unique take on the Cathedral Church of Saint John the Divine in Upper Manhattan, New York. Black and white contrasts embody this print, as shadows and light juxtapose one another and create a truly unique illusion of light within this captured space. The repurposed print was crafted using the giclee process, using a high-end inkjet printer to capture details in the most precise manner possible. This print was repurposed and printed again in New York City in 2009 by Antoon Taghon. A unique and striking artful addition to any home decor setting, and a great accent to bare wall space that could use a tasteful touch of art.
In fair condition, the frame shows some wear and tear but the print and background are both in pristine condition.