2 edition of 19th Century Ornament found in the catalog.
19th Century Ornament
by Art Stock
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||296|
The World of Ornament The World of Ornament - image 1 The World of Ornament - image 2 an invaluable source book that presents beautiful patterns dating from antiquity to the 19th century.”. About this Item: Gramercy, Hard Cover. Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition; First Printing. Tight, clean and crisp. With gift inscription to title page and a touch of shelf wear to dustjacket with a tear to bottom of spine, otherwise an .
History of typographic writing: the 19th century French style, title page. Published by Atelier Perrousseaux, The history of typographic writing (L’Histoire de l’Écriture Typographique, in French) is a collection originally launched by Yves Perrousseaux, since directed by David Rault. It is well known among the French speaking amateurs and professional typographers. A PATTERN BOOK FOR NEIGHBORLY HOUSES ARCHITECTURAL PATTERNS D A series of well-developed architectural styles or vocabu-laries were popular throughout the United States in the 19th and early 20th styles were adapted by local builders through the use of early pattern books and later catalogs of house early houses were built.
Table of Contents 2, decorative motifs expertly reprinted in full color from a rare 19th-century publication. Adapted from borders, tiles, carved wood panels, and other ornamental sources, the designs include classic Egyptian, Greek, Roman and Etruscan motifs; Chinese, Japanese, Persian and Indian patterns; samples from the Arabic and Byzantine cultures; Celtic, medieval, Renaissance and. Ornaments Traditional Body Ornaments & Traditional Currencies are some of the finest objects ever made by indigenous people. From all over The Pacific Islands; Melanesia & Polynesia & Micronesia, this includes the Islands of Papua New Guinea, West Papua, Vanuatu, Solomon Islands, Fiji, Tonga, Samoa, New Zealand, Micronesia & Australian Aboriginal Indigenous people.
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The Grammar of Ornament is the masterpiece of Owen Jones (–), a British architect and one of the most influential design theorists of the 19th century. Owen travelled to many ancient cities throughout Europe and the Middle East collecting inspirational ornamental designs.
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19th-century compendiums of ornament. Dolmetsch, Heinrich (). The Treasury of Ornament. (s:de:Heinrich Dolmetsch) Owen Jones () The Grammar of Ornament. Meyer, Franz Sales, (), A Handbook of Ornament; Speltz, Alexander (). The Coloured Ornament of All Historical Styles.
References. Lewis, Philippa; G. Darley (). Original Antique Print - Persian Pattern Book, 19th Century Color Lithograph by Owen Jones, Grammar of Ornament $ Chart of U.S. Petroleum Production in. Book: All Authors / Contributors: E G Alberti; Anna E Blume.
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An ideal sourcebook for artists and designers, this profusion of designs from a rare 19th-century catalog covers an enormous range of subjects — from fruits, plants, animals, and playing cards to angels, sailing vessels, household furnishings, and clothing items.
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