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Art Nouveau Designer Sheet, 1886

Maps and Art

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Art Nouveau Designer Sheet,   1886
Art Nouveau Designer Sheet,   1886
Art Nouveau Designer Sheet,   1886
Art Nouveau Designer Sheet,   1886

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Product Information

Era:
Antique; 19th century
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
France/Austria
Materials:
ink on paper
Size:
24" L x 0.1" W x 30" H
Color/Finish:
ecru/multi

Why We Love This

Beautifully designed stone chromolithograph of designs from the Art Nouveau movement by Anton Seder, director of the project Die Pflanze in Kunst und Gewerbe (Plants in Arts and Crafts) in 1886. Displayed on a white mat with a gold border, which fits a standard-sized frame. Archival plastic sleeve and Certificate of Authenticity included. Artwork, 15"L x 21.25"H; mat, 24"L x 30"H.
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About Maps and Art

David & Natasha Deighton's fine art gallery, MAPSandART, specializes in original antique maps, antique prints and works of art on paper, no reproductions. A husband and wife team, we started Antique Maps and Works on Paper Ltd. after moving from Paris, France. The collection contains more than 100,000 works on paper, one of the most extensive of its kind. We personally select our pieces during frequent trips to Europe and across the U.S., providing distinct one-of-a-kind art for over 14 years.