White drawing poster on a blue background inspired on the Greek #6 illustration of the grammar of ornament by Owen Jones.
Jones describes Greek art as borrowed from the Egyptian and Assyrian people.
This poster is part of the following categories: owen jones design masterpiece, owen jones grammar, owen jones vintage illustration, owen describes greek art, ornament posters.
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Actual colors may vary slightly as each monitor displays them differently. Images are for illustration purposes only.