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Owen Jones - "The Grammar of Ornament", ca. 1856 - Savage Tribes plate no.

Plate 9 (Egyptian), from "The Grammar of Ornament" by Owen Jones (1809 – 1874)

Image Plate from Owen Jones' 1853 classic, "The Grammar of Ornament".

Ornaments from Articles belonging to various Savage Tribes, exhibited in the United Service and British Museums.,  Image number:39088012147732_0023

Savage tribes, no. ornaments from articles belonging to various savage tribes, exhibited in the United Service and British Museums.

PLATE XVI.-XXI. Ornaments from Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum and the Louvre.

PLATE XVI.-XXI. Ornaments from Greek and Etruscan Vases in the British Museum and the Louvre.

greek and roman pottery design lesson plan | Art Education Daily

Krater (mid - Century BC) may be viewed at the Saint Louis Art Museum . Left, Teacher sample drawing of Greek pottery.

Grammaire de l'ornement illustrée d'exemples pris de divers styles d'ornement…

Nineveh and Persia. Illustration for The Grammar of Ornament by Owen Jones (Day and Son, c - Licences available from

Art arabe : enluminures de manuscrits : inscriptions ornées. From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

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Charles Lyell said "the past is the key to the present" and we could not agree more when we discovered The Grammar of Ornament. The Grammar of Ornament, a

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