Bianchini-Ferier Flowers 51139
Large watercolour of yellow and white poppies part on aqua/turquoise ground and part on orange ground. Extensive painted colour char to the right with written French noted and dated 1903. Glazed and floated in an ivory and gold distressed frame.
The Bianchini-Ferier Archive 1888.
Bianchini-Ferier was a leading fabric design house founded in Paris in 1888. Offbeat Interiors is in the enviable position of owning a collection of beautiful and original drawings of the fabric designs and scarves created for the likes of Hermes, Givenchy, Chanel, Dior and Yves Saint Laurent to name a few - and famously the artist Raoul Dufy produced over 4,000 designs for them between 1912-1928. Each of these designs forms part of an important overview of 20th century Parisian textile design.
Dimensions: 95cm W 67cm H
Finish: Original art in new frames