Here is our selection of museum silk scarves made in Lyon, France reproducing parts of masterpieces from these famous French artists: Pierre Bonnard, Eugene Boudin, Paul Cézanne, Jean Chafourier, Edgar Degas, Maurice Denis, Francois - Hubert Drouais, Raoul Dufy, Jean Benoit Héron, Gustave Leleu, Claude Monet,Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Henri Rousseau, Paul Signac, Henri de Toulouse Lautrec, You will discover in addition some whimsical creations from Soieries Brochier, about Toile de Jouy, the Bayeux tapestry, the Eiffel Tower. or an elegant design from the Museum of Fabrics, in Lyon.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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,...
Brochier Soieries has created this unique design, inspired by a precious fabric from 1763-1764 that you can see at the Museum of Fabrics of Lyon, France.This elegant scarf features a delicate flowery branch pattern printed on molded crepe fabric. It reproduces the French-style dress worn by the marchioness of Pompadour, for a painting by Francois-Hubert...
Be tempted by the delicate nature of this satin chiffon silk scarf adorned with these hellebores, also called Christmas Roses making it ever so pleasant to wear. It has been created by Soieries Brochier by reference of a design featured at the Museum of Fabrics of Lyon. Choose between gray or pink colours!