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.
HM brig ‘Black Joke’ engaging the Spanish slave brig ‘El Almirante’ Posters & Art Prints by William John Huggins - Magnolia Box

HM brig ‘Black Joke’ engaging the Spanish slave brig ‘El Almirante’ Posters & Art Prints by William John Huggins - Magnolia Box

This shows how great an old antique print can look when nicely framed. If you aren't able to have the actual print you can have them printed out on good quality paper stock. I've used this technique in many clients homes, including my own.

This shows how great an old antique print can look when nicely framed. If you aren't able to have the actual print you can have them printed out on good quality paper stock. I've used this technique in many clients homes, including my own.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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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