Antique Prints.

Antique prints are always a wonderful source of inspiration. As an interior design I have used antique prints in clients homes many times. They always look great framed and matted and can look amazing when you hand a series in rows on a wall.
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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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An engraving done by Jean Baptiste Martin, a French costume designer in the 18th century. Few facts are known about him: he was the immediate successor of François Boucher at the Paris Opéra from July 1748 until 1757 or 1758… He designed costumes for opéras-ballets by Rameau and revivals of Lully and Charpentier. I did a post on Bastion & Lark about these engravings, please stop by and have a look.

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