Exclusive collection of silk scarves and velour scarves made in Lyon, France by Brochier Soieries, editor and manufacturer for the greatest Art museums of the world. Square scarves usually reproduce some masterpieces of Art. Oblong scarves feature interesting parts of a painting or a precious fabric. The choice of the type of silk for these scarves is made by the manufacturer himself, depending on the design.
In Italian, 1983. Museum collection scarf from Gagosian Gallery This dyptich is one of the most famous work of Jean Michel Basquiat. It is a real pleasure to admire this silk scarf reproducing the original atmosphere, words and colors of this masterpiece.
Project for the mosaic frieze of the Stoclet Palace, ca.1905-1909.The lightness and softness of this satin chiffon silk scarf will delight and enchant you.The world reknowned pattern by G. Klimt is as bright as it is modern.It would make a lovely gift for a fun-loving, cheerful and energetic friend.
Claude Monet: Rising Sun Impression 1872. (Musee Marmottan, Paris) This marvelous and delicate 100% silk chiffon scarf combines a beautiful stitched Bourdon finish and shades of soft colors.Its smooth and gentle warmth makes it an ideal accessory to stay cozy on a breezy terrace or a windy day.
Etang aux nymphéas et le pont Japonais.1899. Edition National Gallery of Art- Washington,DC. This square silk scarf reproduces the famous masterpiece painted by Monet, in his garden at Giverny. It can be a personal accessory or can be framed to become an extraordinary home decoration.
Claude Monet: Water lilies, ca.1906. Musée de l'Orangerie Paris.Decorated with water-lillies, this luxurious satin striped chiffon 100% silk scarf carries a superb Monet signature.Such a gift allows the wearer to express admiration for great Impressionist works of art.
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.