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Why The Victorians Needed Claritin fabric by edsel2084 on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Andrea Enthal

Please click the New tab to enter my curated Cuisinart of abstract mirror designs borrowing from Victorian, Edwardian, paisley, and art nouveau, and my orphan cars, and very old ads.

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Pity the poor Victorians. Claritin had not yet been invented so they had to sneeze their noses off in every Victorian garden. And this garden is so packed with big and little and middle sized flowers and vines that it would not have been any fun to visit if you were a Victorian with alergies.
I drew this on September 19, 2014 borrowing bits from art nouveau, and bits from old 1880's book end etchings, and thinking of William Morris, who pioneered a 19th century style full of wind and posies and a kind of formality like this.
But this art was only inspired by William Morris. He was long dead before any of us were born.
In it you can find hearts and vines, little weeds and big hexagons, wind blown stems, and arrows and diamonds, all delivered in shades of cream, tan, brown, and white.

(file D45d4d, #757247)

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