Plates four, thirteen and fifteen from the album ‘Papillons’ by Emile-Allain Séguy. Published in 1925 by Tolmer Éditeur.
Blank inside, so suitable for birthdays, anniversaries, and all occasions.
Dimensions: 127mm by 178mm (portrait).
Printed on 300gsm FSC approved Invercote card stock using high quality inks to retain the colours of the original image. Each card is supplied with a white laid envelope, so you can share them with friends and family.
Séguy was an artist and designer whose contributions to the Art Deco and and Art Nouveau proved extremely popular. Drawing inspiration from the natural world, his designs often featured colourful repeating patterns of butterflies, insects and plants. He is often confused with Eugène Séguy, an entomologist and artist of skill, with some going so far as to claim they are one and the same person.