Celtic Borders & Decoration

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Cassell, Oct 11, 2001 - Crafts & Hobbies - 95 pages
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It’s a classic book by the world’s acknowledged master of contemporary Celtic art. Perfect for all painters, designers, and handicraft enthusiasts who want to incorporate traditional Celtic patterns into their work, this beautiful collection contains a combination of over 80 abstract and realistic images. The inspiring range of motifs to trace or adapt includes knotwork, spirals, key patterns, crosses, and zoomorphic designs—some from classic works like The Lindisfarne Chronicles.

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The Art of Celtia
Courtney Davis
No preview available - 1995

About the author (2001)

Courtney Davis is now recognised internationally as one of the foremost modern interpreters of the traditional art and graphic symbolism of the Celts. She has achieved great success with some 18 books, including Celtic Illumination, The Celtic Art Source Book, Celtic Borders and Decorations and The Art of Celtia, and these have established a world reputation for his technique and imagery.

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