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A Treasury of Flower Designs for Artists, Embroiderers and Craftsmen (Dover Pictorial Archives)by Susan Gaber
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Susan Gaber's garden is a black-and-white Eden of lush flower design—100 graceful, botanically accurate garden flowers rendered for artists and anyone who admires or needs floral designs and motifs: needleworkers, craftsmen of all sorts, designers. All the drawings may be used royalty-free.
Ms. Gaber has drawn these flowers with sinuously weaving leaves and stems, flowing and swaying as in a breeze on the page, in compositions suitable for design purposes: some of the flowers appear several times, and many of the drawings form frames, repeating borders, and motifs. The flowers, many full-page, include African Violet, Begonia, Orchid Cactus, Columbine, Daffodil, Dogwood, Iris, Peony, Snapdragon, Tobacco, and much more.
A hundred garden favorites rendered in black-and-white line illustrations will suggest numerous design and artistic uses. Amaryllis, anemone, begonia, cinquefoil, peony, snapdragon flow and weave, many forming borders and frames.
Susan Gaber's encyclopedia of lush flower design contains 100 graceful, botanically accurate garden flowers rendered for artists, designers, or anyone who admires or needs floral designs and motifs. These drawings may be used copyright-free as part of Dover's Pictorial Archive Series. Over 150 line illustrations of 100 different flowers--from African violet to Iris to flowering Tobacco.
Ideal for use in newsletters, catalogs, bulletins, posters, ads, craft projects and more — no permission or fee ever required!
100 garden favorites lushly rendered by artist for artists, craftsmen, needle-workers. Many form frames, borders.
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