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eBook Roman Designs (British Museum Pattern Books) ePub

by Eva Wilson

  • ISBN: 0714180785
  • Category: History and Criticism
  • Subcategory: Photo and Art
  • Author: Eva Wilson
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: British Museum Press (March 1999)
  • Pages: 128
  • ePub book: 1729 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1449 kb
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The eighth volume in the British Museum Patterns Books series, this book illustrates the full range of Roman decoration in more than 300 line drawings taken from sculpture, mosaics, pottery, metalwork, glass, jewellery and lamps.

The eighth volume in the British Museum Patterns Books series, this book illustrates the full range of Roman decoration in more than 300 line drawings taken from sculpture, mosaics, pottery, metalwork, glass, jewellery and lamps.

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British Museum Pattern Books" reproduce in line drawings the rich variety of patterns and designs which decorate art and artefacts in The British . Published by British Museum Press. ISBN 10: 0714180661 ISBN 13: 9780714180663.

British Museum Pattern Books" reproduce in line drawings the rich variety of patterns and designs which decorate art and artefacts in The British Museum and elsewhere. This visual anthology of 280 designs and patterns is drawn from the rich heritage of Islamic art . 00-1600 AD. Designers, craftsmen, artists, teachers and students will find the series endlessly useful.

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Sales Points A new title featuring the best from the hugely popular British Museum Pattern Books series Informative introduction and extensive selection of richly illustrated patterns An essential and inspirational sourcebook for designers, craftsmen, teachers and students alike Includes a free CD with more than 800 images Description British Museum Pattern books reproduce in intricate line drawings the rich variety of patterns an. The Authors Eva Wilson began work as a potter in Denmark and then became draughtsman to the Archaeological Department of the University of Lund, Sweden

British Museum Pattern Books" reproduce in line drawings the rich variety of patterns and designs which decorate art and artefacts in The British Museum and elsewhere. This visual anthology of 280 designs and patterns is drawn from the rich heritage of Islamic art c. 800- 1600 AD. Издательство: "British Museum Press" (2012). Формат: 220x275, 128 стр. ISBN: 978-0-7141-8066-3.

A new title featuring the best from the hugely popular British Museum Pattern Books series ? Informative introduction and extensive selection of richly illustrated patterns ? An essential and inspirational sourcebook for designers, craftsmen, teachers and students alike ? Includes a free C. .

A new title featuring the best from the hugely popular British Museum Pattern Books series ? Informative introduction and extensive selection of richly illustrated patterns ? An essential and inspirational sourcebook for designers, craftsmen, teachers and students alike ? Includes a free CD with more than 800 images Description British Museum Pattern books reproduce in intricate line drawings the rich variety of patterns and designs which decorate art and artefacts in the British Museum and beyond

British Museum Pattern Books - Roman Designs by Eva WIlson (1999). Celtic Designs from the British Museum by Ian Stead 1998 Paperback Book.

British Museum Pattern Books - Roman Designs by Eva WIlson (1999).

The eighth volume in the British Museum Patterns Books series, this book illustrates the full range of Roman decoration in more than 300 line drawings taken from sculpture, mosaics, pottery, metalwork, glass, jewellery and lamps.