This original French artwork is a beautiful example of Japonism & the art nouveau movement. The French term `Japonisme', coined by Philippe Burty, embodies the influence that Japanese art had on the arts in France from the 1860s onwards.
For many European artists, this was a period of soul searching and aesthetic renewal, looking upon the natural world with fresh eyes to appreciate the sinuous, organic forms, sensual textures and patterns it expressed.
This archive print has been lovingly restored and reproduced as a wallpaper design using digital printing and ethically sourced materials.
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70cm (width) x 70cm (height)
Our range of non-woven wallpaper uses paper sourced from sustainably managed forests and are all from FSC approved supply.We only use HP water based, environmentally friendly inks. The tactile, smooth non-woven paper has a matt printed finish. The non-woven wall coverings have a thicker feel than paper and appear more textile-like in appearance.
Hanging and Care Paste the wall. Use a quality pre-mix tub adhesive for non-woven wallpapers.Avoid contact with the printed surface.
Fire Rating: EN BS 13501-1:2002 Class B, s1, d0
FSC Certified C104236