Villas at Bordighera Silk Scarf - Monet

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Brochier Soieries

Les Villas à Bordighera,1884.

Art Institute of Chicago.

This square silk scarf reproduces this masterpiece with its sunny colours and luxuriant vegetation.

 

 

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This work catches the bright light of the Mediterranean and the painter's fascination for the landscapes of the region.

Here he has painted the garden of Mr Moreno, which he called "an earthly paradise".

Bordighera is a small town on the Italian Riviera, just over the border from France, where Monet and Renoir traveled in 1883, to paint the lush foliage and brilliant light. Monet returned alone in 1884 and expressed his delight at the natural colors of the sky and the Mediterranean sea.

 

The Villas at Bordighera combines several typical features of Monet's art.

It uses the large, almost square format which he favoured.

The repetition in the studio of a motif studied from the nature, presages his later "series".

Lastly, with this exotic landscape, Monet offers us a variation on one of his favourite themes: the garden.

  • Artist:Monet
  • Collection: Museums
  • Color Map:Multi Coloured
  • Color:Multi Coloured
  • Country of Origin:France
  • Department:womens
  • Design:Floral
  • KEY WORD A art scarf
  • KEY WORD Bmuseum scarf
  • KEY WORD Cmonet scarf
  • KEY WORD Dclaude monet scarf
  • Manufacturing Location:Made in Lyon, France
  • Material type:Other
  • Novelty:Museum silk square scarf reproducing a famous painting masterpiece
  • Packaging:Designer box.
  • Scarf Size:90 cm x 90 cm (35.4 in x 35.4 in)
  • Shape:Square
  • Silk Type:Crepe de Chine 100%silk
  • Size Map:Large
  • Size:Large
  • Style Name :Impressionist
  • Target Audience:Consumer Audience
  • Technique:Crepe 62 g / m2 & machine finition
  • Washing:Dry-Clean Only.
  • Brand : Brochier Soieries
  • Brochier Soieries : This Company was created by Jean Brochier in LYON, in 1890. It edits and manufactures high quality silk scarves and ties, inspired by artistic designs and masterpieces of famous painters. Cedric Brochier, great grandson of the founder, continues the family tradition and provides the most famous museums in the world ( The Louvre,The Museum of Fine Arts of Boston, The Metropolitan Museum, The Frick Collection , The Güggenheim and others..)

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