Audsley  Bamboo
Audsley  Bamboo
Audsley  Bamboo
Audsley  Bamboo

Audsley Bamboo
1892

Designed by G A & M A Audsley. Inven Et Del and printed by Blackie & Son, London - Firmin-Didot & Cie Paris. Plate LXXVI.

The Audsley's wrote Victorian Designs and Patterns in Full Colour: All 100 Plates from the "Practical Decorator and Ornamentalist", the last and one of the most important of the great chromolithographic collections of decorative ornament produced in the Victorian era. Created by two noted British architects, George and Maurice Ashdown Audsley. Published in 1892, it presents a magnificent array of finely drawn patterns and designs in full color.The designs are primarily flat ornament ideal for the purposes of interior design, and were directed to architects, painters...

This would make an unusual and delightful present.

Description

A trellis design of bamboo and fan shapes in gold and pale and darker green.Designed by G A & M A Audsley. Inven Et Del and printed by Blackie & Son, London - Firmin-Didot & Cie Paris. Plate LXXVI.

11 1/4 x 16 in; 29 x 41 cm.

Condition

Excellent.

Price: £145 | $170 | €170

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