The craftsman's plant-book:
or figures of plants selected from the herbals of the sixteenth century, and exhibiting the finest examples of plant-drawing found in those rare works, whether executed in wood-cuts or in copper-plate engravings,
arranged for the use of the decorator with supplementary illustrations and some remarks on the use of plant form in design, by Richard G. Hatton.
|Main Author:||Hatton, Richard G. 1864-1926|
London, Chapman and Hall, ltd., 1909.
Botany / Pre-Linnean works. /
Decoration and ornament > Decoration and ornament / Plant forms.
ix, 539 p.
incl. illus., plates. col. front.
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