Print Name

Telephone with the Dutch East Indies) by Leo Visser - 1933

Print Description

Telephone with the Dutch East Indies by Leo Visser, 1933.

Leo Visser (1880–1950) was a Dutch artist who created a number of calendars in addition to other decorative designs featuring plants and animals. This example is one of the earliest, combining both flora and the fauna in a series of attractive Art Nouveau plates. You don’t see monkeys very often in Art Nouveau designs, for some reason they were more popular during the Art Deco period. - Via

£30.00 GBP
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