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Toile was identified by its printed cotton, which was made in the eighteenth century the French village of Jouy -en- Josas, near Versailles. It was first available in floral and striped designs, followed by pictorial groups, which reflected the local news- stories told on fabrics. Different shades of red, blue, green and eggplant scenery were printed on a white or cream background.
"The delights of the four seasons," created by the Faience Enghien in partnership with the National Museums and the Museum of Toile de Jouy