"Pink cloud, French Riviera" Signac silk and satin scarf

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The design of this silk and satin scarf is based on Paul Signac's painting "Nuage rose, Antibes", 1916.

Signac created the Pointillism Movement with Georges Seurat. Pointillism is a Post-Impressionist technique of painting using small, distinct dots of pure colour applied in patterns to form an image. The technique is characteristic of the works of Signac, of which the "Pink Cloud, Antibes" is a classic example. Signac's villa and studio in Saint-Tropez became a meeting point for his artist friends. He loved sailing and acquired a small boat from which he made many sketches of the Mediterranean coast which he then turned into canvases.  

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Cédric Brochier Soieries
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Chiffon with satin bands-100% silk-bumblebee
40 x 140 cm
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Since 1890, the Brochier Family has been working as silk manufacturers for now 5 generations. Their workshop is a qualitative reference of the French traditionnal know-how concerning the specific craft skills of silk thread. This silk-makers house which exists for 118 years has succeed in linking traditionnal skills and modern fashionned clothing.

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