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Maputo

F3710003 - Polaire

Graphic and dynamic, this modernist design, composed of interlocking and matte stripes, is a creation of Elise Djo-Bourgeois dating from 1927, present...
Maputo
Graphic and dynamic, this modernist design, composed of interlocking and matte stripes, is a creation of Elise Djo-Bourgeois dating from 1927, presented at the Salon des artistes décorateurs in Paris the following year. It is woven in jacquard in the workshops Pierre Frey in northern France.

Caractéristiques

Performance

Martindale > 25 000 T

Caractéristiques

Type

Jacquards

Caractéristiques

Composition

100 % Cotton

Caractéristiques

Width

143 cm / 56,29 inch

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Scenography

Maputo  - Laize: 143 cm / 56,29 inch
Raccord : Vertical 4 cm / 1.57 inch
Raccord : Horizontal 18 cm / 7.08 inch
Laize : 143,00 cm / 56,29 inch

Technical sheet

Maputo

F3710003 - Polaire

Pierre Frey - Elise Djo-Bourgeois collection

Performance

Martindale > 25 000 T

Type

Jacquards

Artist

Élise Djo-Bourgeois

Use

Normal use

Martindale

30.000 T

Composition

100 % Cotton

Sales unit

Available per meter/yard

Width

143 cm / 56,29 inch

Repeat

H: 18 cm - 7,08 inch
V: 4 cm - 1,57 inch
Straight repeat

Weight

859 gr / ml

Care

Washing prohibited Ironing 150° max Professional Cleaning Prohibited drying Stain removal prohibited

Notes

Made in France (EPV Living Heritage Mill)
Woven in Pierre Frey's workshop in northern France.Living Heritage Mill.

Information

Reinforced stitching recommended to avoid fraying at seams

Book

F9979212023
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Élise Djo-Bourgeois

Élise Djo-Bourgeois

Born in Oran in 1894, Elise received at an early age an education in the arts. As a student, she attended the Académie Julian and Les Ateliers Montparnasse allowing her own geometric and modern style to blossom, which was fully expressed between 1920 and 1937.  

Elise Djo-Bourgeois collection

Djo-Bourgeois! A mythical name for fans of the modernist movement that in fact belies the fact of two artists with complementary talents: Georges Bourgeois, known as Djo-Bourgeois, architect and designer recognized with a dazzling career, and Elise, his wife, textile designer. Like many artists of the time, they created as a duo. The former works on space and imagines furniture that the latter covers. As famous as Sonia Delaunay at the time, Elise was nevertheless forgotten, due to a career that was abandoned too early following the sudden death of her husband.

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