Banners, Ribbons and Scrolls

Banners, Ribbons and Scrolls

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by Carol Belanger Grafton
     
 
Elegant, refined, artful, imaginative . . . these draped decorative elements ― be they banners, ribbons, or scrolls ― run the gamut from the most extravagant confections of swirling delight to staid and conservative commercial illustrations. Perched patriotic eagles, medieval ladies-in-waiting and knights in armor, sailing ships, dollar signs,

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Elegant, refined, artful, imaginative . . . these draped decorative elements ― be they banners, ribbons, or scrolls ― run the gamut from the most extravagant confections of swirling delight to staid and conservative commercial illustrations. Perched patriotic eagles, medieval ladies-in-waiting and knights in armor, sailing ships, dollar signs, calligraphic doves in flight ― nearly every conceivable motif is represented. They come in a variety of sizes with open or narrow spaces suitable for graphic messages and are ready to be adapted to the purposes of any artist, designer, or advertiser.
Artist Carol Belanger Grafton has selected all 503 of these beautifully drawn banners, ribbons, and scrolls from authentic nineteenth-century sources: Cassell's Magazine, Century Magazine, Illustrated London News, and other popular periodicals as well as various catalogues, copybooks, and book plates. Sumptuous Victorian designs reflect the glorious styles of the past: Egyptian, Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque—and prefigure the styles of the future — Art Nouveau and Art Deco. Each and every design is handsome, affordable, and royalty free.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780486244433
Publisher:
Dover Publications
Publication date:
05/01/1983
Series:
Dover Pictorial Archive Series
Pages:
96
Sales rank:
1,098,211
Product dimensions:
8.20(w) x 10.80(h) x 0.20(d)

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Banners, Ribbons and Scrolls 2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
TextileWiz1 More than 1 year ago
Only thing I didn't like is that there are too many images that are virtually the same and some ARE duplicates that have been enlarged or flipped. That feels like a rip-off, though most of this type of book does that.