Paule Marrot Textile
From the proprietary archives of legendary textile artist, engraver and painter, Paule Marrot (1902-1987) comes this beautiful, wide-ranging collection of prints. Working primarily from 1920-1960, her rich colors and striking geometry put her at the heart of the Art Deco movement. Paul Marrot is back where she belongs. A part of your life, a thing to hold, to touch. Her reverent, lyrical depictions of the natural world won her a Legion of Honor medal in 1952, and compelled Jacqueline Kennedy to decorate an entire room based around Marrot’s Les Tulipes design. Car-maker Renault revered the impact of her dynamic pallet, and she helped transform their fleet Paule Marrot Textiles from post-war drab to fresh and vibrant. After great success using her imagery as inspiration for framed art, Natural Curiosities is proud to bring Marrot’s journey full circle. Over twenty of her most impressive designs, including Aurore, Les Grands Pavots and Nono au Cannet, are now available by the yard in 100% cotton, printed in France. This fabric is perfect for curtains, upholstery, wall coverings and creative projects. What will you do with your bolt of Paule Marrot?
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