Frontispiece Series: Drawings over Vintage Book Titles, Small
The artist Gayle Harismowich has overlapped her graphic black ink drawings over famous titles of vintage books. Subjects include:
- Flower over "The City of Fire" by Grace Livingston Hill
- Flower over "Self Raised" by Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
- A female bust over "Much Adoe About Nothing" by William Shakespeare
- Vase over "Evangeline: A Tale of Acadie" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
- A historic tribute to "Notre Dame De Paris" by Victor Hugo (known in English as "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"
- Rabbits over "Universal Architecture - Book II" by Thomas Wright
- Ferns over "Opere Varie" by Giambattista Piranesi
- Maze Pattern over "Q. Horatius Flaccus" by Richardi Bentleil
- Face among flowers over "House of White Shadows" by B. L. Farjeon
- Mask over "Le Corbeau" By Edgar Poe (known in English as "The Raven"
The Frontispiece Series literally sandwiches the new and the old. A "Frontispiece" is the decorative illustration which faces a book’s title page and Harismowich has overlapped her graphic black ink drawings over famous title pages of vintage books. You’ll love the assortment of Mask, Rabbit, Fern and Floral images of these wonderfully quirky pieces. Mix them up in gallery hangings or hang a trio over a sofa for a literary/ artsy punch. A beautiful addition to your gallery wall or make it a feature on a shelf or bookcase. Available in large and small prints. Please also see our listing for the Large series if you are looking for a large feature piece.
- Outside Dimensions: 17" x 21"
Unless currently in stock in our shop, our art pieces are custom made to order. Please allow 6 to 8 weeks for delivery.