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'Door for Australian Technical College, Art (Australian Door, Granite - Bronze and Majolica)' design from the unpublished book 'Australian Decorative Arts' by Lucien Henry

Designed by Henry, Lucien in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, 1889-1891.
Design, 'Door for Australian Technical College, Art (Australian Door, Granite - Bronze and Majolica)', from unpublished book, 'Australian Decorative Arts', watercolour and gouache over pencil, made by Lucien Henry, Australia / France, 1889-1891

Illustrated book plate, one of a series for a proposed "Australian Decorative Arts" book by Lucien Henry: Design for a door for an Australian Technical College Art Department, central image of heavily panelled door with painted sunburst design above, carved stone lintel & column surrounds painted & with waratah flower & starfish motif.(OF).
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