Seguy Insectes Papillons! We currently have both the rare French pochoir artwork’s of Eugene Seguy on bugs and butterflies… Eugène Séguy, known as Emile Allain Séguy, and as E.A. Séguy, was a most accomplished entomologist and reknown artist of Pochoir. Revered by the world for his unusual style and compositions, Seguy’s Parisian Art Deco plates are dramatic and timeless.
Currently Available Seguy Butterflies & Bugs:
For some reason the background paper tones vary in the photographs, the paper tones are actually more consistent than the photographs of them indicate… Call 413-245-4197 to speak with Anne or Mark.
E.A. Seguy Insectes Papillons: Art Deco at it’s best!
This gallery comprises of miscellaneous Seguy Insectes Papillons. Rare portfolios published in Paris in 1926 during the height of Art Deco. While 20 individual plates were issued per set, including 4 of patterns. They were sold then printed by the rare pochoir technique, where inks were applied by stencils. The coloring is bright and intense. Condition & paper tones vary slightly so please inspect each piece with care. Each piece measures 13 x 17 1/2″
Seguy Insectes – Bugs: Rare & Scarce Pochoir Antique Prints from 1926.
Portfolios of Seguy Insectes Papillons were published in Paris in 1926 during the height of Art Deco. While 20 individual plates were issued per portfolio of Papillons or Insectes, they were sold then printed by the rare pochoir technique, where inks were applied by stencils. Eugene E.A. Seguy Insectes were not nearly as popular as the Papillons making them scarcer on today’s market. The water coloring is bright and intense. Each piece measures 13 x 17 1/2″ and is in very good condition.
Original 1926 Patterns from the E.A. Seguy Insectes Papillons Portfolios!
Each print has slight overall toning of the paper. The water coloring is bright and intense. Each piece measures 13 x 17 1/2″ Call 413-245-4197
Seguy Papillons, His Butterflies. Rare Art Deco, Antique Pochoir Plates with Intense Metallic Colors.
Each print has slight overall toning of the paper. The coloring is bright and intense. Each piece measures 13 x 17 1/2″
Pochoir defined: the application of water color by stencil. A French technique used in the early 1900’s.
These desirable antique prints are in stock and available now. Eugène Séguy, is also known as Emile Allain Séguy, and E.A. Seguy. He is best known best for these FABULOUS works on Butterflies and Insects. Seguy published these incredible works of Art Deco in Paris, about 1926. Utilizing the French technique of adding color known as Pochoir, the metallic water colors were applied by stencils. The results were these fabulous examples of art deco. Each piece reflects the excitement experienced during the art nouveau period. Who can’t be appreciate the beauty of these works of art? Each stunning old print measures 12 3/4″ x 18″ Furthermore, these pieces are in excellent condition with extraordinary bright coloring!
The E.A. Seguy Insectes Papillons Portfolios represent Art Nouveau and Art Deco periods at it’s height.
Coming from unbound portfolios, the E.A. Seguy Insectes Papillons, are the most beautiful and amazing work ever produced on entomology. Decoratively illustrated in collages, the beetles, bugs and butterflies, moths and other insects are composed with great detail. The Papillons or Butterflies are exquisite, and reflect the natural details seen in actual specimens. The Insectes are fantastic illustrations that are difficult to obtain. Anne Hall Antique Prints has the most beautiful Antique Art Deco Pochoir Prints ever produced. Most of all these rare finds are in stock and available! Please inquire now for the best price.
Own a part of 1920’s Parisian History by Owning a Seguy Insectes Papillons!
Rare to come onto the market, the beautiful Seguy Insectes Papillons from 1926, emulate Paris Art Deco at it’s height. Occasionally coming onto the market are the Butterflies. Even though the Bugs or Insects are extremely hard to find, I have managed to offer them for sale. Mine have some of the best color ever seen. The plates are absolutely stunning in person. Each pieces impresses everyone who has had the opportunity to view them in person. Own a piece of 1920’s Parisian History when you purchase one of these rare pieces of artwork from my gallery. In return they will bring you years & years of pleasure each time you see them.
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