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Long recognized as an opiate, the seed-pods and flowers of the poppy were commonly used in Neo-Classicism as ornaments in bedrooms and funerary architecture, being associated with the twin brothers, children of Night, Sleep and Death. Poppy motifs were much used by Percier and Fontaine in Empire design, and they were common elements of Art Nouveau.

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