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by Carol Belanger Grafton

eBook Victorian Design from the Crystal Palace Exhibition: Includes CD-ROM (Dover Pictorial Archive) download ISBN: 0486472191
Author: Carol Belanger Grafton
Publisher: Dover Publications; Green ed. edition (July 21, 2010)
Language: English
Pages: 128
ePub: 1792 kb
Fb2: 1933 kb
Rating: 4.9
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Graphic Design

Carol Grafton's book is really more of an assemblage of pictures for illustrators than anything else, but what pictures! . More than 900 very detailed crisp drawing from the marvelous people at Dover Publishing again

Carol Grafton's book is really more of an assemblage of pictures for illustrators than anything else, but what pictures! Over 900 B&W drawings lovingly display every little detail of the elaborate costumes of the Victorian and early Edwardian eras from the mid-1850's to 1903. More than 900 very detailed crisp drawing from the marvelous people at Dover Publishing again. They bring you inexpensive books that are a wealth of information, writers of period romance just cannot live without.

Start by marking Victorian Design from the Crystal Palace Exhibition . Paperback, 128 pages. Published July 21st 2010 by Dover Publications.

Start by marking Victorian Design from the Crystal Palace Exhibition: Includes CD-ROM as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. This exclusive gallery of items pares the exhibition's 400-page catalog down to a sparkling selection of more than 640 items. Brief captions accompany illustrations of a tremendous range of exhibits, from chairs, mirrors, and carpets to statues, ceramics, and jewelry.

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The Crystal Palace Exhibition Illustrated Catalogue. Victorian design from the crystal palace exhibition. London: The Art-Journal/George Virtue, 1851. Images from Deutsches Maler-Journal (Stuttgart: W. Spemann, c. 1888–94). Victorian woodturnings and woodwork. Images from Illustrations Typographies by Henri-Désiré Porret (Paris, 1840).

byCarol Belanger Grafton

byCarol Belanger Grafton. Format: PaperbackChange. Each item in this book is followed by a close caption, with a CD-ROM, it is a great help to understand the importance of the things being described in the book. This Book is surely CAPTIVATING if one is interested in METALWORK PRODUCTS. One person found this helpful.

Carol Belanger Grafton. London's Great Exhibition of 1851 was held in a massive glass structure called the Crystal Palace. автор, издательство, серия.

Victorian Design from the Crystal Palace Exhibition: Includes CD-ROM (Dover Pictorial Archive). between May and October of 1851, 6 million of them flocked to the grand world's fair known as the Crystal Palace Exhibition. The Victorians took a profound interest in décor and ornamentation, and between May and October of 1851, 6 million of them flocked to the grand world's fair known as the Crystal Palace Exhibition

Designs and engravings of Victorian goods and merchandise from the original Great Exhibition catalogue .

Designs and engravings of Victorian goods and merchandise from the original Great Exhibition catalogue 1851 - hundreds of objects. 835 Victorian Designs £ 1. 9. Victorian Design £ 3. 5. Victorian Designs CD Rom and Book £ 1. 700 Victorian Ornamental Designs £ 1. A Victorian Lady's Scrapbook £ 1. Victorian Goods and Merchandise £ 1.

The Victorians took a profound interest in décor and ornamentation, and between May and October of 1851, 6 million of them flocked to the grand world's fair known as the Crystal Palace Exhibition. Inside a massive greenhouse-like structure in London's Hyde Park, they admired the greatest assemblage of the era's applied and decorative arts. The ambition and optimism of the exhibition symbolize the nineteenth century's finest aspirations, and its dense catalog of engravings serves as a primary source for Victorian design.This exclusive gallery of items pares the exhibition's 400-page catalog down to a sparkling selection of more than 640 items. Brief captions accompany illustrations of a tremendous range of exhibits, from chairs, mirrors, and carpets to statues, ceramics, and jewelry. An authentic source of images representing the quintessence of Victorian design, this splendid resource includes a bonus CD-ROM that contains every image from the book.