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Russian Folk Motifs (Dover Pictorial Archives)by Peter Linenthal
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Artists, designers, and craftworkers will welcome this inexpensive archive of traditional Russian folk motifs—all royalty-free. Over 220 designs, meticulously rendered from authentic art and artifacts, date from the third to the 20th centuries. Included are Matryoshka dolls; carpet motif from Moldova; stove tile motifs from Moscow and the Ukraine; clay toys from Archangel, Kirov, and Tula; metalwork motifs from the Caucasus; architectural motifs from Georgia; ceramic figurines from Gzhel; Ukrainian Easter eggs, and many more.
Ideal for bringing the authentic flavor of Russian folk art to a host of direct graphic art applications, this modesty priced treasury will also serve as a rich source of inspiration for textile design, home, and furniture decoration, and a wide range of other art and craft projects.
This treasury of 226 designs, all meticulously rendered from authentic Russian art and artifacts — motifs from Moldovian carpets, Ukrainian Easter eggs, stove tiles, more. Depictions of Matryoshka dolls, ceramic toys, woodcuts of folkloric characters.
This treasury of 226 designs for royalty-free use, all meticulously rendered from authentic Russian art and artifacts, include motifs from Moldovian carpets, Ukrainian Easter eggs, stove tiles, gingerbread molds, architectural carvings, ancient metalwork, and much more. Depictions of Matryoshka dolls, ceramic toys, and woodcuts of characters from folklore appear as well.
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