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Oriental Floral Designs and Motifs for Artists, Needleworkers and Craftspeople (Dover Pictorial Archives)by Ming-ju Sun
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This book provides artists, needleworkers, and craftspeople with floral illustrations usable in a variety of ways. The full-page unified designs are complete patterns in themselves; the smaller motifs are individual spots that can be used directly or repeated and combined to create larger patterns; and there are also border elements. These designs and motifs encompass not only the strictly floral—a variety of representative Oriental flowers such as peony, wisteria, and lotus; cherry and plum trees in full bloom; and many kinds of herbaceous plants including bamboo—but also the associated animal life, such as grasshoppers climbing plant stalks, and birds, bees, and butterflies active amid the blossoms. All of these natural forms are rendered with the combination of elegance and precision characteristic of Far Eastern art.
Over 90 royalty-free black-and-white illustrations offer graphic excellence of Oriental art. Peonies, wisteria, lotus, cherry and plum trees in full bloom, bamboo, birds, insects, decorative border elements, more.
Over 90 royalty-free illus. Peonies, wisteria, lotus, cherry, plus trees in full bloom, bamboo, birds, insects, decorative border elements, more.
The combination of elegance and precision characteristic of Far Eastern art enriches this collection of floral designs. Over 90 royalty-free black-and-white illustrations include a wide variety of peonies, wisteria, lotus, cherry and plum trees in full bloom, bamboo, birds, insects, decorative border elements, and much more. Total of 94 black-and-white illustrations.
Based on a story by Alarcón, this witty musical frolic recounts a magistrate's attempts to seduce a miller's wife. First performed in 1919, this staple of both the ballet and orchestral repertoires is enhanced with the flavor of Andalusian folk melodies. This affordable miniature score is reproduced from an authoritative 1921 English edition.
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