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Hulme, F. Edward (Frederick Edward), 1841–1909
Art-studies from nature, as applied to design: for the use of architects, designers, and manufacturers. Comprised in four papers by F.E. Hulme ... J. Glaisher ... S.J. Mackie ... Robert Hunt ... With numerous illustrations on wood.
London, Virtue & co., 1872.
Physical Description:
xii p., 1 ., 212 p. illus. 24 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
NK1553 H8
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
Black- and gold-stamped purple publisher's cloth binding.
Advertisements: [6] p. at end.
Reprinted from the Art-journal.
Subject Terms:
Decoration and ornament -- Plant forms.
Nature (Aesthetics)
Virtue & Co. -- Publisher.
Wood engravings -- 1872.
Glaisher, James, 1809-1903.
Mackie, Samuel Joseph.
Hunt, Robert, 1807-1887.

  • I. The adaptability of our native plants to the purposes of ornamental art. By F.E. Hulme.--II. Sea-weeds as objects of design. By S.J. Mackie.--III. The crystals of snow as applied to the purposes of design. By J. Glaisher.--IV. The symmetrical and ornamental forms of organic remains. By R. Hunt.

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