Our unique and vast collection of rectangular silk scarves is designed and manufactured in Lyon, by Brochier Soieries, for the greatest museums of the world. These women's oblong distinctive scarves are 140 x 40 Centimeters ( 56 x 16 Inches) )long. They are very easy to wear and to match with your wardrobe.You can choose between contemporary or classic patterns inspired by masterpieces from French , American or other countries famous artists.
The portrait of Adele Bloch -Bauer is also called The Woman in Gold or The Lady in Gold. This painting is the final and most fullly representative work of the Golden period of Gustav Klimt, It is on display at the Neue Galerie in New York City as part of the largest Klimt collection in the U.S.
La Joconde, Leonardo Da Vinci's Mona Lisa is the most famous painting in the world. Visitors from all over the world visit the Louvre Museum to have the opportunity to see it! This silk scarf is available in different colors.
Pierre-Auguste Renoir , 'The Boating Party Lunch', 1881. This magnifiscent blue satin chiffon silk scarf represents sheer elegance with a bright display of vibrant colours.Illustrated is a yellow shaded boating party sailing over a vivid blue.
Graphic images and vibrant colors meet on this pure silk scarf featuring Jane Avril (1868-1943), who was a famous French can-can dancer at the Moulin-Rouge cabaret of Paris. Satin stripes give to this silk chiffon a subtle sheen and the hem is elegantly finished with a bourdon stitch.. This scarf is available in magnificent colors: Orange, Purple, Blue,...
Nude in the bath c.1925 This scarf doesn't show a nude silhouette, but reproduces a mix of colours from the background of this painting. It is a marvelous example of Bonnard's love for contrasting colors. The chiffon silk emphasizes the beauty of the color gradient, from pale blue to orange.
A colorful mix of romantic brush strokes artistically finished with aspects of the painting itself. The variety of colors and silk material makes this timeless scarf great for any occasion, 12 months of the year. In summer, envision this scarf over an all-white ensemble. In winter, pair this beautiful scarf with a deep purple or jet black outfit to...
Based on the painting: Le Grand Pin, c. 1898 from the Sao Paulo Art Museum and created in collaboration with Philippe Cezanne, this oblong scarf shows the subtle and misty mix of blue and green of one of the most famous masterpieces of Paul Cezanne. The vigor and energy of this giant pine tree is communicative.
Nuage rose, Antibes 1916. A masterpiece with vibrant colors of Cote d'Azur, in France. Echoing the pointillism of Paul Signac's Le Nuage Rose, Antibes (1916), this chiffon silk with satin stripes scarf highlights individual brushstrokes up close but blends into a scene of rose-colored clouds over the Mediterranean Sea from a distance.