Papillon Navy 2 Large
$3,499.00

Papillon' is part of the Paule Marrot collection. This artwork is a beautiful reproduction, printed on museum-quality, 100% cotton paper, mounted on natural cotton and cased in a contemporary perspex box frame.

Paule Marrot 1903 – 1983

Paule Marrot was the quintessential French textile artist. A painter, engraver, teacher, and ultimately an esteemed fabric designer, she met and was influenced by Impressionist master Auguste Renoir and Fauvist painter Raoul Dufy. She was admired by many famous personalities including the Ali Khan, the Shah of Iran, the British royal family, Billy Baldwin, Margaret Owen, and Jacqueline Kennedy who based the interior of an entire room of the White House on one of Marrot’s spirited flower designs.

In the world of interior decoration, Marrot’s fresh, colourful, spontaneous designs have always been synonymous with a wonderful sense of joie de vivre. Marrot made a unique contribution to the world of 20th Century textile design that still resonates today and which Great Frames honours in its exclusive Paule Marrot Collection.

Dimensions
Product dimensions (W x H x D): 143 x 113 x 4 cm
Product weight: 13 kg
Packed dimensions (W x H x D): 120 x 147 x 10 cm
Packed weight: 15 kg

Details and materials
Timber frame, glass, engineered wood backing.

Our framed prints are strung with cord and ready to hang. Visit your local hardware store or contact a professional picture hanger for advice on the best types of fixtures and method to use for your specific wall type. Please also be sure to take into account the weight of each piece.

Product care
To ensure the longevity of framed prints, we recommend avoiding exposure to direct sunlight for extended periods of time in order to maintain print colour. Wipe clean with a dry cloth.

Our framed prints are strung with cord and ready to hang. Visit your local hardware store or contact a professional picture hanger for advice on the best types of fixtures and method to use for your specific wall type. Please also be sure to take into account the weight of each piece.