At the turn of the nineteenth century, the progressive style of the Art Nouveau movement reached its dazzling height. Characterized by free-flowing designs inspired by nature and lush, curvilinear forms, it remains one of the most enduringly popular design styles. Gathered from a rare and authenti... read more
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At the turn of the nineteenth century, the progressive style of the Art Nouveau movement reached its dazzling height. Characterized by free-flowing designs inspired by nature and lush, curvilinear forms, it remains one of the most enduringly popular design styles. Gathered from a rare and authentic source, here is a glorious treasury of 571 Art Nouveau designs for use in an array of graphics and crafts projects. Enjoy a rhythmic gallery of animal arrangements, sprawling florals, rich decorative borders, undulating human figures, exquisite line work, highly stylized mural details, and more. Royalty-free and meticulously rendered, these beautiful black-and-white graphics are immediately usable — and infinitely browsable!
Dover original selection from 1000 Designs and Ideas, D. M. Campana, Chicago, Illinois, 1940.
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