French Decorative Designs

171 full-color Gallic glories — borders, florals, panels, pilasters, cornices, and more architectural and ornamental images — in an incredible variety of styles: Byzantine, Roman, Gothic, and Renaissance.

French Decorative Designs

Author: P. Planat

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 048615596X

Page: 64

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171 full-color Gallic glories — borders, florals, panels, pilasters, cornices, and more architectural and ornamental images — in an incredible variety of styles: Byzantine, Roman, Gothic, and Renaissance.

French Decorative Designs of the 18th Century

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French Decorative Designs of the 18th Century

Author: Édouard Bajot

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 048699693X

Page: 48

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The delicate forms of 18th-century French decorative design lend craft and graphic projects a special air of grace and refinement. The highly detailed borders, cartouches, and other configurations in this superb collection — enhanced with real and legendary beasts, scrolling curves, floral motifs, and more — convey a timeless elegance. 209 black-and-white illustrations.

1100 Decorative French Ironwork Designs

Hundreds of finely detailed illustrations of garden seats, candelabras, moldings, gates, balcony grilles, vases, crosses, funerary ornaments and monuments, finials, doorknobs and many other ornamental features.

1100 Decorative French Ironwork Designs

Author: Denonvilliers Co.

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486155781

Page: 96

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Hundreds of finely detailed illustrations of garden seats, candelabras, moldings, gates, balcony grilles, vases, crosses, funerary ornaments and monuments, finials, doorknobs and many other ornamental features.

French Style and Decoration

A visual survey of French decorative art design is a panoply of original sketches, engravings, and printed patterns from the late seventeenth century through today, in a tribute that offers insight into the region's influence on the ...

French Style and Decoration

Author: Stafford Cliff

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780500514009

Page: 248

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A visual survey of French decorative art design is a panoply of original sketches, engravings, and printed patterns from the late seventeenth century through today, in a tribute that offers insight into the region's influence on the development of Art Nouveau, Art Deco, and International Modernism.

French Decorative Designs

Influenced by art nouveau and modernist styles, designers made bold statements with vivid colors and dazzling patterns.The images represented in this coloring book were created by a variety of accomplished artists.

French Decorative Designs

Author: Inc Pomegranate Communications

Publisher: Pomegranate Communications

ISBN: 9780764981395

Page: 48

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The French have long been leaders in the creation of textiles and wall coverings, especially during the art deco period of the 1920s. Influenced by art nouveau and modernist styles, designers made bold statements with vivid colors and dazzling patterns.The images represented in this coloring book were created by a variety of accomplished artists. E. A. Séguy was one of the leading French pattern designers. He created stylized insect, bird, and flower patterns using striking color combinations, some of which were manufactured as textiles or wallpaper.Séguy and others published design folios using the pochoir technique, a printing process that uses stencils to create clean lines and a wet appearance. Pochoir is labor intensive, and at its peak as many as thirty graphic design studios in France each employed as many as 600 workers. Less-expensive printing techniques, such as color lithography, came to replace pochoir.

New French Country

The long-awaited sequel to "French Country" revisits Provence for an up-to-date exploration of its culture, decorating traditions, and spirited new design trends. 275 full-color photos.

New French Country

Author: Linda Dannenberg

Publisher: Potter Style

ISBN: 9780609610411

Page: 304

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The long-awaited sequel to "French Country" revisits Provence for an up-to-date exploration of its culture, decorating traditions, and spirited new design trends. 275 full-color photos.

Decorative French Ironwork Designs

Over 1,500 attractive black-and-white illustrations — drawn from balconies, gates, grilles, stair railings, and elsewhere — incorporate floral and foliate designs, human and animal figures, musical motifs, heraldic crests, mythological ...

Decorative French Ironwork Designs

Author: Louis Blanc

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486135780

Page: 96

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Over 1,500 attractive black-and-white illustrations — drawn from balconies, gates, grilles, stair railings, and elsewhere — incorporate floral and foliate designs, human and animal figures, musical motifs, heraldic crests, mythological figures, geometrics, more.

Design Issues

What is not as well analyzed is the response of the French to machine production
. During the World Expositions in the 1850s and 1860s , French decorative arts
objects were singled out by British and German writers for their imaginative ...

Design Issues

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Splendid Innovations

The World of French Design, 1650-1785 : the Hyde Collection, Glen Falls, New
York, May 8-September 7, 1986 Henry ... For a genuine understanding of the
history of French interiors and the decorative arts it is essential to define Le
Brun's ...

Splendid Innovations

Author: Henry Joyce

Publisher:

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Page: 48

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The French Archive of Design and Decoration

The triumph of ROCOCO pages 58-61 of the Musée des Arts pages 66-67 pages
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The porcelain factory of Rococo designers , the sketches of designs for Sèvres ...

The French Archive of Design and Decoration

Author: Stafford Cliff

Publisher: Harry N Abrams Incorporated

ISBN:

Page: 255

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From the time of Louis XIV onwards, successive French political regimes made it their business to encourage and support the luxury crafts and industries of the country. The health of the applied arts was a sign of economic and social well-being: even the governments of the various Republics saw it as a reflection of their own importance. Beautifully reprinted in colour and black-and-white, here are original sketches and printed patterns representing three centuries of ideas for furniture, textiles, wallpapers, glass, ceramics and whole interiors - a French archive of design and decoration demonstrating the national fascination with elegant living. There is a wealth of material to draw on: from as early as 1685 the furniture designs commissioned for the royal collections at Versailles from Andre Charles Boulle were published as engravings; likewise the designs of the Rococo masters Meissonnier and Pineau were disseminated throughout France, while Napoleon's architects Percier and Fontaine themselves published many designs. Later on, the great international exhibitions held in Paris defined the styles of their period: Art Nouveau, Art Deco and International Modernism. The continuing vigour of the studio and small workshop traditions was seen in the work of such individuals and firms as Galle, Lalique, Guimard, and subsequently Ruhlmann, Sue et Mare, Baccarat and Christofle. Including a comprehensive resource directory making this a practical as well as a beautiful book, manufacturers, designers, decorators, retailers and craftsmen alike will find this treasury of French design heritage a unique source of inspiration.

Decorative Art in France

Boulle , and the two began to collaborate on a wide variety of modern furniture
and other finely crafted decorative items . At the 1925 Paris Exhibition Jallot
supplied furniture and interior design schemes for several rooms in the French ...

Decorative Art in France

Author: Gregory Gilbert

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Page: 31

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Decorative French Ironwork Designs

Hundreds of finely detailed illustrations of garden seats, candelabras, moldings, gates, balcony grilles, vases, crosses, funerary ornaments and monuments, finials, doorknobs, and many other ornamental features.

Decorative French Ironwork Designs

Author: DENONVILLIERS CO.

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486997847

Page: 48

View: 940

Hundreds of finely detailed illustrations of garden seats, candelabras, moldings, gates, balcony grilles, vases, crosses, funerary ornaments and monuments, finials, doorknobs, and many other ornamental features.

The Illustrated London News

Other decorative designs in this class ( 8 ) also deserve French , in the most
liberal manner , responded to a request on the England for this class of musical
manufacture , careful study - of their excellences , that we may learn from them ;
and ...

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