ornament pattern

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Plates from Vol. 2 of Fantaisies Florales by Jean Pilters, published in the first decade of the 20th century in Jersey City, New Jersey by H.C. Perleberg

Jean Pilters was a little-known French ornamentist. Apart from publishing several pattern books in France and Jersey City, he also contributed to the publication Dekorative Vorbilder published from 1889-1929 in Stuttgart by Julius Hoffmann.

This volume is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Watson Library. These images are my own personal scans of the book.

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Tile designs taken from ‘Patterns of Maw and Co’s’ (1870′s?).

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Destroyed in Mackintosh Library fire of 23 May 2014.

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Plates from Vol. 2 of Fantaisies Florales by Jean Pilters, published in the first decade of the 20th century in Jersey City, New Jersey by H.C. Perleberg

Many of these flower studies were not done by Pilters but by his colleagues. Plates 3, 5, and 9 are copies of plates from Die Pflanze in Kunst und Gewerbe by Anton Seder, published in two volumes in Vienna by Gerlach and Schenck (1886 and 1889).

This volume is in the collection of the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s Watson Library. These images are my own personal scans of the book.

Я запускаю новую серию графических работ “ДАМАСК”
Эту линейку я буду дополнять многослойными композициями своих работ.
I start a new series of graphic artworks “DAMASCUS”
I will supplement this art line with multilayered compositions of my art works.
Yury Fadeev© 2017

First time trying Maya!

First impression is that it is a piece of shit, where even the most basic functions are hidden behind menus and lack hotkey functions, and it also crashes all the time and is slow at start-up (even on my newly built beast computer).

I’m sure it’s just a matter of getting used to it, though…


UPDATE: I’m happy to see I’m not alone in my anti-Maya sentiments!