Art for Traditional Design

L'Arc De Triomphe

Print on archival paper

$565.00

 

La Place Des Vosges

Print on premium quality textured archival paper with a choice of frames

$565.00

 

Le Theatre de L'Odeon

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$565.00

 

La Rotonde Antique

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$565.00

 

Deco Roses

Print on premium quality archival paper with a choice of frames. "Nouvelles Variations" was an album of designs for textiles and wallpapers. As published, it consisted of 20 plates illustrating 75 motifs.

$325.00

 

Wide Piranesi Urn with Handles in Green and Yellow

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$325.00

 

Chinese Vase in Gold and Pink

Print on premium quality textured archival paper with a choice of frames

$325.00

 

Chinese Vase in Blue and Yellow

Print on premium quality archival paper with a choice of frames. Collection of Chinese Vases prints realized by Imprimerie Firmin Didot Frère et Fils et Cie. Paris distributed by Bauer Hth.

$325.00

 

Chinese Vase in Green and Pink

Print on premium quality archival paper with a choice of frames. Collection of Chinese Vases prints realized by Imprimerie Firmin Didot Frere et Fils et Cie. Paris distributed by Bauer Hth.

$325.00

 

Prayer for Good Crops

Print on premium quality archival paper with a choice of frames. Antique Allegoric Print 'Prayer for Good Crops' 'Orationis Enim Fructus Suos'

$55.00

 

Sing Your Praises with Understanding

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$55.00

 

Japanese Kabuki Block Print 2

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$275.00

 

Various styles and types of vases have been developed around the world in different time periods, such as Chinese ceramics and Native American pottery. In the pottery of ancient Greece "vase-painting" is the traditional term covering the famous fine painted pottery, often with many figures in scenes from Greek mythology. Such pieces may be referred to as vases regardless of their shape; most were in fact used for holding or serving liquids, and many would more naturally be called cups

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