A chinoiserie scene is placed in quincunx and set on a speckled background. Characteristic of the exoticism that was popular in the 18th century, this type of fabric, which was produced in France "in the Chinese style" evokes the country's products without imitating them: a China springing from the designer's imagination. Two decorative artists from the period, Boucher and Pillement, greatly contributed to the success of this style by publishing collections of Chinese figures that print, fabric and porcelain factories used extensively as sources of inspiration.
Use the trim & join marks during installation. Double-cut installation.
Pierre Frey wallpapers are designed and created in a spirit of a collection that draws its inspiration from art, travel or history.Discover more
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