From simple, unadorned geometrics and florals to extraordinarily ornate and intricate images, this collection features a rich and versatile selection of patterns. Many of these 257 black-and-white illustrations feature Art Nouveau influences, and all are derived from rare periodicals of the late nine... read more
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