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André Arbus (1903 -1969)

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Art Deco Savonnerie

Marion Dorn (1896-1964)
In 1939, interior designer, HG Hayes Marshall described Marion Dorn as ‘one of the most prominent and successful designers of our time’. Dorothy Todd, an influential journalist who had first brought Dorn to public attention in 1925, christened her the ‘architect of floors’.

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English Art Deco

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English Art Deco

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Art Deco Savonnerie

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Art Deco Savonnerie

Ashley Havinden (1903 – 1973)

03164
English Art Deco

03124
Art Deco Savonnerie

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Aubusson

Jean Lurçat (1892-1966)

A French artist born in Bruyères, France 1892, Jean Lurçat has been hailed as the father of modern tapestry, revitalizing their popularity during the twentieth century. He spend his academic years at the Académie Colarossi, where he studied along pupils such as Paul Cezanne, Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and Henri Matisse. Much of his early work drew heavily from avant-garde and Cubist direction.

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Tapestry

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Tapestry

07153
Tabriz

The fame of the finely-crafted decorative rugs from the city of Tabriz can be traced back to at least the 16th century when the Safavid court commissioned these extraordinary carpets for use in palaces, holy sites, and tombs. The famed Ardebil Carpet, long housed in London’s Victoria & Albert Museum, is considered the finest extant example of 16th century Tabriz carpet weaving.

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Tabriz

07155
Tabriz

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