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Fabric Design with Blue Flowers attributed to Paul Poiret (French, Paris 1879-1944 Paris) ca. 1918-25, in The Met collection.

¤ Fabric Design with Blue Flowers Attributed to Paul Poiret (French, Paris Paris) Date: ca. Medium: Gouache and stencil over graphite

retro vintage 70s wallpaper by vintage4kids on Etsy https://www.etsy.com/listing/216758344/retro-vintage-70s-wallpaper

♡ This listing is for one meter of a vintage wallpaper cm or ♡ The width is 53 cm (approx ♡ If you purchase several meters,

Big Buti Indigo Canvas

Walter G fuses the traditional art of hand block printing and natural dying with contemporary design to bring you an eclectic range of fabric, pillows, table linen and lighting

Soprano Wallpaper - #Phone Wallpaper

School of Fish Urban Garden Painting - Urban Garden Fine Art Print Soprano Wallpaper - Gold iPhone 5 Wallpapers

Poiret, Atelier Martine. Martine, which opened on April 1, 1911, was the interior design business owned and operated by Paul Poiret, a noted Parisian couturier. The business consisted of École Martine, Atelier Martine, and La Maison Martine. École Martine

La Maison Martine (founded by Poiret) Date: ca. Medium: Silk satin Dimensions: H. 32 inches x cm.

Black and white silk satin gown with glass bead embroidery (detail), by Paul Poiret, French, 1913.

Poiret design for Miss Anita Blair Gown, 1913 Paul Poiret Black and White silk satin with glass bead embroidery. Worn by Miss Anita Blair at the debut ball of Gladys High. This was the first couture dress designed for an uncorseted figure.