History of Floral Design .

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History of Floral Design. Occidental Style. Evolved from the Egyptian & Middle Eastern cultures Further developed by the Europeans Characterized by large, massive designs. Oriental Style. Started in China Used by the Japanese Characterized as a line design with few flowers used.
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History of Floral Design

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Occidental Style Evolved from the Egyptian & Middle Eastern societies Further created by the Europeans Characterized by extensive, enormous plans

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Oriental Style Started in China Used by the Japanese Characterized as a line outline with few blooms utilized

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Egyptian Period 2800 – 28 B.C. Blooms are orchestrated in columns in shallow holders, utilized brilliant hues Arrangements of perfectly heaped organic products & vegetables would be set on devour tables Water lilies & lotus blooms were set in expand vases, bowls, & containers

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Ancient Greeks 600 – 146 B.C. Blooms were scattered on tables & roads amid dinners & celebrations Used laurels & wreaths, these were worn at exceptional occasions & displayed as honors Cornucopia, horn-of-bounty, was presented. It was shown standing up, instead of on its side.

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Romans 28 B.C. – 325 A.D. Expound utilization of plant material Scattered roses on tables and floors at meals Altar endowments of bloom filled scarves were a piece of religious services

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Byzantine Period 320 – 600 A.D. Courses of action of cut blooms Formal funnel shaped outlines with bunches of blooms at consistent interims

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Renaissance 1400 – 1600 A.D. Expansive, tall, pyramidal & symmetrically adjusted plans Documented by the craftsmen of the time Loose, uncrowded & breezy outlines Used extreme hues to differentiation white dividers Arrangements were double the tallness of the compartment

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Baroque Period 1600 – 1775 A.D. Started as symmetrical oval molded plans Arrangements fused an assortment of frill The S-bend & bow courses of action were created

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Flemish Style 1600 – 1750 A.D. Wonderfully caught by Dutch painters Better proportioned & more conservative than the Baroque style Massed, oval molded outlines with rich hues & a variety of blossoms

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Georgian Period 1714 – 1760 A.D. Utilized a solitary bloom sort Symmetrical, triangular shape Nosegay: a hand-held bundle that got to be upscale. These were put in dishes & turned into the 1 st centerpiece as we probably am aware them today Greatly affected the enlivening demonstrations in Colonial America, fan-molded & triangular courses of action

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Victorian Period 1820 – 1914 A.D. Vast quantities of blossoms were packed into a minimal compartment Asymmetrical plans with no point of convergence Unplanned outlines with a wide range of hues & bloom sorts Attempted to set up tenets of botanical outline

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Line - Mass Designs Combination of occidental & oriental styles of plan Present style of outline in the U.S. today

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