E.A. Seguy, color pochoir from the Floréal portfolio ca. 1920. Pochoir - using stencils to repeat designs on cloth or paper. Easeguy Pochoir, E A Seguy Pochoir, Colour Pochoir, Graphics Design, Fabrics, Floréal Portfolio, Awesome Art, Art Deco, Seguy Colors Pochoir
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Textile designer Zina de Plagny print. Her prints were created for Parisian couturiers in the forties and fifties. The designs were retrieved from their portfolios in 2009, after a 60 years’ sleep, when they were revealed to the public for an exhibition.
Eugene Alain Seguy was one of the foremost French designers at the beginning of the 20th century. Working in both the Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles, he published many design folios utilizing the pochoir technique, a printing process that employs a series of stencils to lay dense and vivid color.
Aqua pattern...another wallpaper that cries out for use in a room with a bathtub. I always had a fondness for the colour aqua, after my mom took me dancing in a swimming pool for the first time and everything around me was greenblue bluegreen...