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.
Gallery-quality art print on 210 g Hahnemühle Studio matte paper.
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