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Bookplate design entitled 'Wall Decoration, Majolica' made by Lucien Henry

Made 1889-1891
Design, 'Wall Decoration, Majolica', from unpublished book, 'Australian Decorative Arts', watercolour and gouache over pencil, made by Lucien Henry, Australia / France, 1889-1891

Illustrated bookplate bearing the design for a majolica tile panel of various flowers. There are twenty tiles comprising the panel with a centre design of three large waratah flowers with leaves, with white flannel flowers and red Stenocarpus Sinuatus (Firewheel Tree] flowers above, on a dark blue background. At the bottom is a rising sun symbol above a green scrolled wave design.
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