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Celtic Design: The Tree of Life

1 rating: 3.0
A book by Aidan Meehan

The designs and patterns of the Celts, expressed in their metalwork, stonework and jewellery, and continued in the manuscript illumination of Celtic Christianity, are an art form whose legacy has fascinated both Celtic and non-Celtic peoples for centuries. … see full wiki

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Author: Aidan Meehan
Genre: History, Arts & Photography
Publisher: Thames & Hudson
1 review about Celtic Design: The Tree of Life

Lots of background, less instruction

  • Dec 11, 2008
Rating:
+3
Actual Tree of Life designs, as opposed to every other category of Celtic knotwork, are somewhat uncommon. This book contains a lot of history and explanation, and not as much step-by-step how-to as many of the other books in Meehan's series.

I bought this volume to complete the set. The contents have not been immediately useful to my own art making. If you need Tree of Life information, this is the place to get it. If you aren't specifically looking for Tree of Life, you may not need this particular volume.

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