The water lily, Nelumbo lutea, in wallpaper and tile patterns. Lithograph by Verneuil with pochoir (stencil) handcoloring from Eugene Grasset's “Plants and their Application to Ornament,” Paris, 1897. Grasset (1841-1917) was a Swiss artist whose innovative designs inspired the “art nouveau” movement at the end of the 19th century. | Stock Photo #4409-67661

Stock Photo #4409-67661, The water lily, Nelumbo lutea, in wallpaper and tile patterns. Lithograph by Verneuil with pochoir (stencil) handcoloring from Eugene Grasset

Stock Photo - The water lily, Nelumbo lutea, in wallpaper and tile patterns. Lithograph by Verneuil with pochoir (stencil) handcoloring from Eugene Grasset's “Plants and their Application to Ornament,” Paris, 1897. Grasset (1841-1917) was a Swiss artist whose innovative designs inspired the “art nouveau” movement at the end of the 19th century.
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