Tuesday, February 22, 2011

Lithograph layers...

Some beauty is unexpected. Beautiful onions are unexpected. This chromolithograph plate print {by Ernst Benary} is available at the Royal Horticultural Society. It's variegated, saturated, and savory.
{Spotted on Automatism.}

10 comments:

Meera @ firstsense said...

How unusual and... beautiful! (Love onions but never thought I'd find myself admiring the beauty in them!)

Diana said...

This is so pretty. I do think vegetables can look really beautiful and unique.

tinajo said...

This is great, would love it! :-)

solène said...

Ils vont me faire pleurer tes oignons mais ils sont magnifiques!
Belle journée !
Solène

Elin med Draumesidene said...

Lovely! Thank you for your comment on my blog! Makes me SO happy :) Your blog inspires me a lot, but I`m not good at posting comments. Sorry! I just want you to know, that I get very good ideas here!

The best hug!

Elin

quintessence said...

Love this!! They have so many beautiful prints - it's such a great source!!

anna k. said...

I´m so glad you stopped by our blog! I see that we have the same taste in things! Sweet! Hope to hear more from you!

avid chancer said...

they look like paper lanterns!

Redlilocks {Swoon Worthy} said...

These are fab & I'm loving this print (never thought I'd say that about onions) ;) Thanks so much for the link - going to have a good nosey 'round!

Style Attic said...

You're going to think I'm weird. I love the print, it's gorgeous. But I could never have it in my home. My greatest aversion is to earthworms. The texture and colors of the onion skin are tending towards that a bit!!! Ahhhhhh :) XO, Kelly

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