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MP Verneuil Quote About Eugene Grasset

By Melanie | May 6, 2012

“Takes Hold And Seduces” Maurice Pillard (MP) Verneuil about Eugene Grasset’s Work. Image by Eugene Grasset. Eugène-Samuel Grasset Born at Lausanne on May 25, 1844 and died at Sceaux on October 23, 1917 (Larousse mensuel n° 136 de juin 1918) Art Deco and Art Nouveau Publications Series Amazon B&N Magcloud Eugene Grasset: A Passion for…

The Vegetable, Fruit and Medicinal Plants of Edouard Maubert

By Melanie | May 1, 2012

About Édouard Maubert (Calais 1806 – Paris 1879) Maubert was a prolific painter who contributed to botanical books as well as horticultural journals. He worked with the leading botanists of the day including Jean Loiseleur-Deslongchamps, Charles Lemaire, Charles d’Orbigny, Hippolyte Jaubert and Jean Linden. The Groupe Edouard Maubert reports that he lived on the rue…

Wildcrafted California

By Melanie | April 15, 2012

By CTG Publishing in Mod Infusion 56 pages, published 14 APR 2012 With this issue, navigate through the world of almonds and sea veggie wildcrafting. Almonds, the nut that is loved world-wide, has tremendous history and presents challenges for the California farmers who supply 80% of the world’s almonds. This nut inspires good health, skin,…

Albin Mesnel Biography

By Melanie | April 2, 2012

[as translated by CTG Publishing from La Nature volume 4 by Gaston Tissandier] BORN: 1830, Manufacture des Gobelins DIED: 1875 All the contributors to the journal [La Nature] are dedicated to one joint literary effort; whether as writers or artists, we form, in a way, a sort of scientific family. We also find it our…

Temple of Flora

By Melanie | April 1, 2012

This edition is focused on Temple of Flora which is the collective work of artists led and financed by Dr. Robert John Thornton. The artists included in this edition include: Robert John Thornton (1768-1837) Peter Charles Henderson (died 1829) Philip Reinagle (1749-1833) Abraham Pether (1756 – 13 April 1812) John Russell (March 29, 1745 –…

Mark Twain Quote About Hawai’i

By Melanie | March 22, 2012

Well, it is refreshment to the jaded, water to the thirsty, to look upon men who have so lately breathed the soft airs of those Isles of the Blest, and had before their eyes the inextinguishable vision of their beauty. No alien land in all the world has any deep, strong charm for me but…

Edward Bliss Reed

By Melanie | March 10, 2012

This professor and author is part of the upcoming edition of Photographic Meditations. Since little information on him seemed readily available, I’ve posted the below biographical information. It is just nice to know who wrote the words that may have inspired a thought or feeling at their reading. Born August 19, 1872, in Lansingburgh, N.Y.…

Eugene Grasset, The Father of Art Nouveau

By Melanie | March 3, 2012

Eugene Grasset was born in Lausanne in 1844 and died in France in 1917. He can be called the father of Art Nouveau because of his work and efforts to educate the burgeoning artists of his day, some of which became architects. He was uniquely qualified to teach students about decorative arts as he himself designed…

Iris Botanical Prints

By Melanie | March 1, 2012

This edition of delsc focuses on Mary E. Eaton who also signed her work as M.E. Eaton. The artist produced hundreds of illustrations and a selection of her iris images from several issues of Addisonia were assembled for this edition of delsc. Addisonia was published by the New York Botanical Garden and the prints were…