Wildflower Designs And Motifs For Artists And Craftspeople (Dover Pictorial Archive)
Publish Date: 1993-09-02
Author: Charlene Tarbox
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Here are clear, accurate illustrations of 163 wildflowers, boldly rendered for easy use in graphic projects, needlework designs, and other applications in the arts and crafts. The flowers are depicted in many different configurations as individual blossoms, and in borders, corners, wreaths, and garlands. Many are arranged in a variety of useful basic shapes circles, squares, rectangles, and more. The wildflowers depicted include a number of best-known varieties found in North America tiger lily and water lily, snowdrop, ox-eye daisy, thistle, wild strawberry, primrose, and pasqueflower among them. Some are shown in handsome frames. With most appearing in generous full-page and half-page sizes, they make up a superb sourcebook of authentic wildflower designs a must for graphic designers, artists, and crafts enthusiasts.