Products in Pictorial Archive
|American Folk Art Designs and Motifs for Artists and Craftspeople |
by Joseph D’Addetta
309 authentic American folk art motifs (1710–1910) include flowers, fruits, border designs, human figures, animals, birds, and more, rendered from textiles, furniture, paintings, tinware, ceramics, embroidery, and other sources.
|American Indian Design & Decoration |
by Le Roy H. Appleton
Full text, plus more than 700 precise drawings of basketry, sculpture, painting, pottery, sand paintings, metal, much more. 4 plates in color. Text gives lore and tradition behind the designs.
|The American Revolution: A Picture Sourcebook |
by John Grafton
This collection of more than 400 black-and-white illustrations forms a vivid view of the struggle for independence. Illustrations of every important battle are included, as well as facsimiles of major documents, portraits, and more.
|Ancient Egyptian Ornament in Full Color: 350 Patterns and Designs |
by René Grandjean, Gustave Jéquier
All the classic elements are included — funerary art, exotic costumes and headdresses, religious iconography, dynamic charioteers, magnificent sailing ships, as well as exquisite patterns from interior and exterior architectural ornamentation. 350 designs.
|Animals: 1,419 Copyright-Free Illustrations of Mammals, Birds, Fish, Insects, etc |
by Jim Harter
Selected for its visual impact and ease of use, this outstanding collection of wood engravings presents over 1,000 species of animals in extremely lifelike poses. Includes mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish, insects, and other invertebrates.
|Arabic Art in Color |
by Prisse d’Avennes
Here are 141 designs and motifs in authentic full color from classic 19th-century work by noted French historian — a visual vocabulary of Islamic decorative art.
|Arabic Geometrical Pattern and Design |
by J. Bourgoin
Nearly 200 examples exhibit the wide range of Islamic art, including hexagon and octagon designs, combinations of stars and rosettes, and many variations on other geometric patterns.
|Argentine Indian Art |
by Alejandro Eduardo Fiadone
284 rare designs include animal and totemic designs, geometric and rectilinear figures, abstracts, grids, and many other distinctive styles. Carefully adapted, authentic motifs; perfect for textile and print design.
|Arms and Armor: A Pictorial Archive from Nineteenth-Century Sources |
by Carol Belanger Grafton
Over 750 detailed, high-quality illustrations from rare 19th-century sources: suits of armor, chain mail, swords, helmets, knives, crossbows and other implements, along with scenes of battle, soldiers, horses, artillery and more.
|Art Deco Decorative Patterns in Full Color |
by Christian Stoll
Reprinted from a rare 1910 portfolio, 160 sensuous and exotic images depict a breathtaking array of florals, geometrics, and abstracts — all elegant in their stark simplicity.
|Art Deco Design Fantasies |
by E. H. Raskin
Derived from a rare 1920s publication, these images pulse with the flowing grace of aquatic life. Thirty full-color unbacked plates feature 56 abstract and figurative patterns in authentic Art Deco style.
|Art Deco Design and Ornament |
by Henri Rapin
Elegant, sophisticated, and bold, 349 beautiful Art Deco designs include friezes, sculptures, and more. Reprinted from a rare early-20th-century edition, the stunning collection celebrates the rise of commerce, technology, and speed.
|Art Deco Spot Illustrations and Motifs: 513 Original Designs |
by William Rowe
Practical, affordable collection of 513 Art Deco designs — royalty-free and ready to use. Crisp black-and-white motifs combine stylized birds, insects, and floral elements with circles, squares, triangles, and other abstract forms.
|Art Forms in Nature |
by Ernst Haeckel
Multitude of strangely beautiful natural forms: Radiolaria, Foraminifera, Ciliata, diatoms, calcareous sponges, Tubulariidae, Siphonophora, Semaeostomeae, star corals, starfishes, much more. All images in black and white.
|Art Nouveau Design Fantasies in Full Color |
by J. Habert-Dys
Elegant and distinctive, these eye-catching motifs combine a refined naturalism with the sophistication of Art Nouveau. 66 full-color images abound in decorations originally intended for ceramics, furniture, textiles, walls, and ceilings.