qFull color photographs of a blue dower chest, stenciled rocker patterns, chair patterns, a cornice pattern, an English sewing table, an old tinsel picture, a nineteenth-century fancy chair and a Jappaned red secretary; plus a collection of authentic pattern designs, suitable for use by professional and industrial designers; basic brush strokes and detailed, step-by-step instructions for the amateur home decoratorq--Jacket.i I I L Planning the Decoration Figures 10, 11, and 12 give the stencil units traced from the sitting room and bedroom ... The running vine C was further used to divide the larger wall spaces into panels about twelve to fifteen inches wide. ... A glance at their original height or length, given in inches alongside each unit, will make plain the impracticability of reproducing such large designs in full size in a book.
|Title||:||Early American decorative patterns and how to paint them|
|Author||:||Ellen S. Sabine|