The French Impressionist painter Claude Monet surrounded himself with natural beauty in his Giverny garden. Reproducing one of his many Water Lilies paintings, our Monet journal sets his signature artwork against a letter he sent to Berthe Morisot, a fellow Impressionist.
Many of the artworks that Laurel Burch created toward the end of her life contained handwritten verses that spoke to her. The American Indian proverb she included with the painting that inspired this journal can be seen on the inside of the front cover.
Our Ironberry cover reproduces the binding of a prayer book belonging to the Archbishop Clement Augustus of Cologne. The prayers were written by Maria Joseph Clement Kaukol and the bound copies were given as gifts to the Archbishop’s friends, presumably to strengthen ties of friendship.
Gaze into the shimmering depths of our Florentine Cascade Delphine design and rediscover your commitment to extravagance. Reproduced from a plate in an 1890s book of designs, this colourful journal celebrates the art of ornament, flights of filigree and the fullest expression of the decorative arts in pattern on paper.
This image was originally created in the 1930s by French illustrator and painter Gaston Girbal. Best known for the posters he designed for Le Casino de Paris (including this cover art), Girbal also created more than 70 sheet music covers for popular Parisian music publishers of the time.
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