Large silk square scarves from Artists Collection by Brochier Soieries are manufactured in Lyon, France, for the greatest museums in the world. They reproduce masterpieces from famous painters. Their size is 90 x 90 Centimeters ( 34.5 x .34.5 Inches). This standard size is easy to wear and tie. It is also perfect for framing.
Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art, Bentonville, AR, Museum scarf: Summertime 1894. Mary Cassatt The beauty of this work of art will touch every woman, considering the subject and the harmony of the colours and composition. This scarf is the perfect gift, for all romantic people! It can be used as a personal accessory or be framed to...
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.
This scarf is a reproduction of the painting called: The Fighting Temeraire tugged to her Berth to be broken up, 1838 from J.M.W.TURNER. National Gallery, London. The marvellous explosion of warm orange nuances is remarkable.
New collection by Brochier Soieries for the Palace of Versailles. This elegant blue twill silk square shows the Swiss Basin and the Parterre of the Orangerie. The Piece d'eau was named for the Swiss guards who served the king Louis XIV and extended the existing octogonal basin.
Enjoy this contemporary twill scarf in black and white as a tribute to Toulouse Lautrec. You can read on it the name of Jane Avril, famous dancer from la belle époque. And also the name of Moulin Rouge, the adress 9 Place Pigalle in Paris, where she performed.
Stroll by the sea is a very important mastepiece of Joaquin Sorolla, that you can admire if you go in Madrid, Spain at the Sorolla Museum. Sorolla shows his wife and his elder daughter, walking with elegance on the beach. The beauty of the landscape and the two characters of this large painting is breathtaking.
Limited Edition Scarf for Centre Pompidou, Paris 2014 This colourful silk square evokes the famous tulips of Jeff Koons included in his Celebration monumental work(1995-2004). A portion of the proceeds of this product will benefit the Koons Family Insitute, an initiative of the International Centre for Missing & Exploited Children ( ICMEC).