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Printed Fabric Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954), Atelier Martine, Paris and France (1911-1930)

Sidewall, ca. 1930 This French art deco paper is boldly designed, brightly colored, and representative of the period. While beautifully-styled, it does not have a printed ground color. Ungrounded papers were less costly and were printed on a paper stock that is lighter in weight than their grounded peers.

Cherry Drink / Pattern inspiration

Based on vintage silk from Bombay first displayed at the Paris Exposition in 1850. Digital collage sheet 758 by piddix.

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Napper, Harry, born 1860 - died 1930

Morrison Cobalt fabric - small blue print on white 100% heavy cotton slubby basket print. 2.5" repeat. 54" wide. $20 per yard

Liberty Art Fabrics Susanna C Tana Lawn | Fabric by Liberty Art Fabrics | pink

Sonia Delaunay's wonderfully illustrated poem, La Prose du Transsibérien et de la petite Jehanne de France, by Swiss-French poet Blaise Cendrars