|Young Girl in the Garden, Eugene Grasset.|
(As with many such design artists, dates are rare and largely uncertain.)
|Eugene Grasset, Self-portrait--one of|
his few works not done in Art Nouveau.
|Art Nouveau was a style cutting across nearly all the visual arts at the turn of the 20th century, especially architecture as seen here in examples from the Baltic city or Riga.|
|A brooch by Grasset,|
typical of Art Nouveau.
|Product advertisements led to posters, which led to art prints, which led to fame and fortune.|
|Grasset designed (and named after himself)|
a type font lending itself to Art Nouveau.
|St .Etienne Briare, France, 1895, Eugene Grasset|
|A hallway door window by Grasset.|
|Laying the Foundations of the Eiffel Tower, 1887, Eugene Grasset|
|Harper's Magazine, |
Christmas, 1892, Eugene Grasset
|A Drug Addict Injecting Herself, early 20th century, Eugene Grasset|