Lovely prints, meticulously reproduced from rare 18th- and 19th-century botanical classics: the Waratah Camellia by Samuel Curtis, Mary Lawrance's Austrian Copper Brier Rose, Anemones and other flowers by Jean-Louis Prevost, Walter Hood Fitch's Lily, G. D. Ehret's magnificent multi-blossomed Turk's-cap Lily, and the Iris xiphioides by Pierre-Joseph Redouté.
Thirty ready-to-color adaptations of the most beautiful floral prints of all time. Enchanting works by Redouté, Roubillac, Hooker, Prévost, and others, among them sprays of orchids, pansies, roses, peonies, tulips, and many more.
Extraordinary collection of Japanese woodblock prints by a well-known artist features 120 plates in brilliant color. Realistic images from a rare edition include daffodils, tulips, and other familiar and unusual flowers.
Ready to Frame Vintage Art Nouveau Prints Vol 2: 30 Beautiful Illustrations to Transform Your Home
Author: Barbara Ann Kirby
Wall Art Made Easy: Ready to Frame Vintage Art Nouveau Prints Vol 2 features thirty illustrations that showcases the decorative style of the Art Nouveau movement that was so popular between 1890 and 1910 throughout Europe and the United States. Inside you will find vibrant full color illustrations of prints and advertising posters by Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939) among others who was well renowned for Art Nouveau; decorative items and stunning jewelry designs by Paul Follot as well as numerous beautiful patterns. If you love Art Nouveau, you're sure to find some that you'll love to want to display on your walls in all their glory. Each illustration is ideal for framing and can be easily removed from the book by cutting along the line shown on the page. Easily transform your home décor using Wall Art Made Easy: Ready to Frame Vintage Art Nouveau Prints Vol 2, the far cheaper alternative to buying expensive prints!
My Freedom to Speak Diary Pages on Right With Pretty Flower Prints in a book Left Side Blank Pages to Journal, Diary, Write, Express, Doodle Exercise Your Mind &Practice Writing for Creative Expression, Mental Thinking Agility and Skill Development By Grace Divin
A exploration of a neglected genre of late-Meiji art: the type of handmade multicolour book frontispieces known as kuchi-e. The authors provide not only an introduction to a popular artistic tradition but also a lens through which to view Japanese life at the end of the 19th century.