Eugène Séguy (1890 – 1985) was a French entomologist who published many portfolios of illustrations and designs from the turn of the century to the 1930s who worked in both the Art Deco and Art Nouveau styles.

Eugène Séguy - Science and Textiles

From Isazalie's Engravings board. Eugène Séguy. Science and Textiles inspiration.

Eugène Séguy - Science and Textiles

iCanvas Insects, Plate 3 by E. Seguy Gallery Wrapped Canvas Art Print by Print Collection

Emile Alain Seguy

Eugène Séguy: Insectes

Eugène Séguy

Art Deco Patterns of Beetles and Butterflies: E. Séguy, ‘Insectes’ (via NCSU Libraries)

Eugène Séguy   Science and Textiles inspiration

Eugène Séguy - Science and Textiles

Seguy an artist, designer and etymologist was very prolific in the early part of the last century in France. This is part of a larger set of about 16 groups of Insects. Plate 15 shown here.

Emile Alain Seguy

Compendium of Radness

Eugène Séguy: Insectes illustrations from a 1925 book detailing illustrations of Insects and colorful decorative compositions of their patterns and colouring

E.A. Seguy

Pochoir (hand coloured) lithograph (plate by EA Seguy, From "Suggestions pour Etoffes et Tapis" (Suggestions for Stuffs and Carpets) portfolio.


More ideas
Pinterest
Search