This design "French Alphabet" is a print on linen/cotton blend fabric.
Based on a page created in 1751, this piece "French Alphabet" shows the calligraphy by Encyclopedia writer Denis Diderot. The famous encyclopedia was first created by Diderot with co-editor Jean le Rond d'Alember, and was the first to be composed of a collection of writings by many name authors. This piece is based on a page from that work which contained 28 volumes, with over 71 000 articles and over 3000 illustrations. Here we see the alphabet carefully crafted on a staff of lines to accurately guide the writing. This in effect is defining a font with precision. "French Alphabet" is available in the options below:
This French Linen Collection print is available as Gallery-Style (stretched around a frame), or to hang as a tapestry with a rod pocket at the back.
Each piece is printed on a linen/cotton blend, and is made in the United States.
You can also add nailheads to the edges of any Gallery-Style piece, by selecting this as an option below.
Note: the large size in Gallery-Style (stretched around a frame) is available in the continental United States only .