E.A. Seguy

112 pages patterns, prisms, papillons and insects.  

Emile-Allain Séguy was a popular French designer throughout the Art Deco and Art Nouveau movements of the 1920s. Often confused with the French entomologist Eugene Séguy who was active during the same time period, E.A. Séguy designed primarily patterns and textiles and was heavily influenced by the natural world. He was particularly fond of the intricate patterns and beauty of insects, which he saw as “mechanic wonders” that provided abundant inspiration for interior design

7x10 soft cover


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