Pochoir print of a garden by Raymond Charmaison.
Paris, 1919. From a limited edition of 300. Printed under the guidance of Jean Saudé, considered the master of the technique. Unsigned. Displayed in an archival mat with a 6.75" diameter opening. ...
Inspired by the stylized patterns of a formal
garden, this giclée print features a sophisticated gray and moss-green palette. Finished with deckle edges over an off-white mat, the piece is set off with a distressed-gray wood frame.
A set of two vintage reproductions of angling
and shooting by Richard Blome, who was among the most active publishers of cartographic and illustrated books in late 17th- and early 18th-century London. He was the first publisher in England for ...