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Le Parkhor

Mathieu Matégot
Reference :
38 135
H. 172 x L. 220 cm / H. 5ft 7 ½ x W. 7ft 3

Tapestry after a cartoon by Mathieu Matégot (1910-2001)

France, Aubusson, Tabard workshop

Woven in wool and cotton (wrap in cotton, weft in wool)

Edition 2/6

Bolduc signed by the artist

Circa 1955-1960

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Born in Hungary, he studied at the Budapest School of Fine Arts. He travelled to Italy and the United States before settling in Paris in 1931.

As a designer renowned for his concept of perforated sheet furniture, he became a member of the APCT (Association des Peintres Cartonniers), following his meeting with Lurçat in 1950. His creation includes more than a hundred boxes of tapestries, including some monumental ones made for the French state.

Mathieu Matégot , Artist & Designer
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