Designs taken from ‘The Art of Decorative Design’ by Christopher Dresser. Published 1862 by Day and Son.
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He kept the skull in his room all the time. Between the grinning teeth was thrust a cigarette, and in the sockets of the eyes were tiny electric lights and rakishly balanced on one side of the skull was a battered straw hat.
Designs taken from ‘The Book of Delightful and Strange Designs’ (being one hundred facsimile illustrations of the art of the Japanese stencil-cutter, to which the gentle reader is introduced) by Andrew White Tuer.
Published 1893 by Leadenhall Press.
Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library.