Seguy Insectes Papillons – Rare Pochoir Art by Emile Allain Séguy

Seguy Insectes Papillons: 1920’s French pochoir art of bugs and butterflies. Eugène Séguy is known as Emile Allain Séguy and E.A. Séguy. Each plate represents an effort of the artist to connect nature with the arts. An accomplished entomologist. Furthermore, an artist of Pochoir. His work today, is revered by the world for his unusual style and compositions. The Parisian Art Deco plates are dramatic and timeless.

See additional, insect-prints: Maria Sybilla Merian Metamorphosis Insectorum Surinamensium and Insects of EuropeAurelian by Moses Harris. See more collections of original, antique lithographs and hand-colored engravings, which are over 100 years old. Thank you for visiting, Anne Hall Antique Prints!

Find art from original portfolios of Seguy Papillons & Insects. Published Paris 1926, at the Height of Art Deco.