Plate No.1. print by M.P. Verneuil and Saudé Jean - Kaléidoscope
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Plate No.1. Ad. Verneuil, M.P. Verneuil and Saudé Jean.
Kaléidoscope, ornements abstraits: quatre-vingt-sept motifs en
vingt planches, 1926 ©Victoria and Albert Museum, London
Created exclusively for the V&A.
Giclee printed for the V&A in Sussex on a traditionally made paper sourced from a UK paper mill. This print is supplied flat, in a board-backed cello bag.
Kaléidoscope, ornements abstraits; quatre-vingt-sept motifs en vingt planches (1926) is an art deco portfolio that is on display In the V&A's National Art Library. This vividly coloured portfolio of prints by French artists Ad. and M. P. Verneuil contains 87 different designs for textiles. Each page offers an exciting explosion of colour, with patterns composed of repeated geometric shapes. The asymmetrical arrangement adds to the brilliance of the variegated designs.
Author/Artist/DesignerM.P. Verneuil and Saudé Jean
A3 (29.5 x 42 cm)
Giclée printed on 300 gsm. Textured watercolour paper
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