One design with envelopes
FSC [ from sustainable forests], chlorine free, acid free and recyclable.
Packed in a bio-degradable and compostable cello bag.
Hubert-François Gravelot (1699-1773) was a prolific and versatile designer who moved from Paris to London in 1732 and is credited with introducing the French ‘Rococo’ style to England. He was a drawing master at the St Martin’s Lane Academy and mentored Gainsborough at the outset of his career.
Hubert-François Gravelot (1699-1773)
‘Design for a Cartouche Supported by Putti, c1741’
Pencil with pen and ink on paper
26 x 22 cm