Architect Owen Jones (1809–1874) published his masterpiece The Grammar of Ornament in 1856. Comprised of 112 plates illustrating design motifs from around the world, the visual dictionary was intended as a source book to inspire architects and designers. This chestnut leaf study comes from the final chapter in the book which explored forms from the natural world. Chestnut leaves is also available as a print tapestry.
Gallery-quality art print on 210 g Hahnemühle Studio matte paper.
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