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Thistle II by Juliette Milesi
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Artist: Juliette Milesi    Image Code: V05497

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  • Artist: Juliette Milesi

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    Eugène Grasset (May 25, 1845-October 23, 1917) was a popular decorative artist working in Paris at the height of the Belle Epoque, and is considered an innovative force in the development of art nouveau aesthetics and graphic design. Grasset was a teacher at the Ecole Guérin, a famous Parisian school of design. Between 1896 and 1899, Grasset published a book in two volumes entitled La Plante et ses applications ornementales, which consisted of a series of 72 color plate lithographs. These prints, each with a detailed rendering of a flower or plant, were made by Grasset’s students (many of whom went on to earn a name for themselves in the world of art) based on his own watercolors. Thistle II by Juliette Milesi is one such rendering. This kind of collaboration between a master and his students has a rich history throughout art, and has produced some of the finest work known today. The botanical prints from Grasset’s book, signed by artists such as Maurice Pillard Verneuil and Anna Martin in addition to Milesi, are stunning exemplars of the preeminence of the art nouveau movement in the history of art and design.