Habert-Dys’s Alphabet

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From Giornale Nuovo:

The following images show some of the letters from an alphabet designed by the decorative artist Jules-Auguste Habert-Dys. This alphabet comes from one of a series of booklets published in Paris in the late 1880s by Jules Rouam, under the Librairie de l’art imprint, as part of a Bibliothèque d’éducation artistique.

2 comments:

Cuidado said...

Really, really beautiful! They are signed Petit JC as far as my eyes can see.

Lori said...

Does anyone know where I can view the rest of the alphabet. I am esp interested in E and P?