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Art Nouveau: An Anthology of Design and Illustration from "The Studio" (Dover Pictorial Archives)by Edmund Vince Gillon
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Selected from the pages of The Studio, the legendary London publication that promoted the Art Nouveau style, these vintage illustrations played a tremendous role in influencing American artists and illustrators during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Included are splendid examples of book covers, posters, and advertisements; bookplates, menus, greeting cards, decorative alphabets, and a variety of designs and patterns by Walter Crane, Will Bradley, Charles Robinson, and other artists of the period.
Nearly 200 designs from turn-of-century London monthly feature illustrations by such artists as Beardsley, Crane, and Bradley: posters, ads, alphabets, etc. 199 black-and-white illustrations. Sources.
Nearly 200 designs from turn-of-century London monthly: posters, ads, alphabets, etc. 199 b/w illus. Sources.
Designs from the pages of the London monthly The Studio feature 171 Art Nouveau illustrations by such artists as Crane, Bradley, and Robinson: posters, ads, alphabets, and more. Sources.
The Studio magazine was the foremost source of Art Nouveau in England at the turn of the century and featured illustrations by such artists as Beardsley, Crane, Bradley, and others. Here are 199 of the best graphic art specimens including: posters, cards, borders, frames, and much more.
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