A late 19th century pen and ink study of a religious artifact, signed and commented by Amor Fenn.
Plans have been completed on tracing paper. Tracing paper offered as an attractive hard, smooth working surface. It is also thin and transparent and therefore, easy to reproduce.
Amor (1863 to 1933), trained at Goldsmith College, London. He has published two books, Abstract Design: A Practical Manual On The Making Of Patterns For The Use Of Students Teachers Designers And Craftsmen. Secondly, Abstract Design and How to Create It. Both can still be purchased today and show works of his illustration etc.
Approx. Dimensions: L:29 x D:1 x H:72cm
Sourced: Isle of White
Circa: 19th Century
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