Magnificent Art Nouveau glass panel screen consisting of fifteen panels which were removed from a period house in Edinburgh. The colours are fired on to thick 8 mm glass and are therefore impervious to ultra violet light and water. They date from the 1890
Art Nouveau Water Lilies Inspired from a Textile from Harry Napper. Harry Napper was a British designer in both the mediums of textile and wallpaper, who was particularly popular at the turn of the twentieth century.