Kehinde Wiley's collection of six porcelain coupe plates allow you to bring the contemporary art home. Made in direct collaboration with the artist, the collection features details from paintings spanning 2008-2012. Each of the six images - 3 male and 3 female - are cropped against intricate, vibrant backgrounds, and can be hung decoratively or used as completely functional dinner plates. This porcelain plate features a detail from Kehinde Wiley’s 2012 painting Mary Little, Later Lady Carr, reimagined from Thomas Gainsborough’s 1763 painting of the same name. Originally exhibited at Sean Kelly Gallery in An Economy of Grace, Wiley’s model was cast from the streets of New York City. Each coupe plate is 10.75" and shows a stamped signature on the verso. The plates are individually boxed.