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This fan in cotton and wood is inspired by prints and ornaments from 18th century.
"In the 18th century, French fashion radiated its elegance to all the courts of Europe. These motifs, inspired by the "Traité pierres précieuses et de la manière de les employer en parure" (Treatise on precious stones and the manner of using them in adornment), illustrate all the refinement of the embellishment of the period."
With the Galeries des Modes collection, the Rmn Grand Palais asked Happy Remix Productions to revisit the theme of frivolous 18th century elegance. This graphic design studio was born of the meeting of Florence Deviller, artistic director, and Camille Soulayrol, stylist and editor, who have worked together for many years in the press, advertising and publishing. The pieces proposed are inspired by the prints and ornaments published in the "Galerie des modes et costumes français" and in the "Traité des pierres précieuses".
- Maintenance :
- No maintenance
- Original work kept at :
- Versailles - Musée des châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon
- Art movements :
- 18th century, 21st century
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- Material :
- 100% cotton, chopsticks woode
- Dimensions :
- 42 cm x 1 cm x 22 cm
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