Le tapis européen de 1900 à nos jours


Participated in this book: Marie-Hélène Aprile, Marie-Hélène Dali-Massé-Bersani, Catherine Giraud, Élisabeth Floret, Jocelyne Le Brenn, Olivia Schurck-Deroyan, Jacques Sirat.

This book traces the history of the European and especially French carpet from the 1900s to the present day. France indeed shines in this area as much by its creativity and its savoir-faire, as by the attraction that it exerts on the artists of the whole world. Throughout the great periods explored: Art Nouveau, Art-Déco, neo-classicism, are presented the models and realizations of the major artists of the twentieth century: Leleu, Ruhlmann, da Silva Bruhns, Boiceau, Lurçat, Gaudissart or Süe and Mare, of the late twentieth century: Daniel Riberzani, Nicole Gaulier, Sylvain Dubuisson or Aki Kuroda, and of the twenty-first century: Marcel Zelmanovitch, Alberto Pinto, Alain Demachy, Camille Henrot or Nicolas Buffe. This book also explores renowned factories, such as Gobelins and Aubusson, as well as contemporary carpet factories and publishers, such as Paraphe, Cogolin, Diurne, Été diffusion, Braquenié…

24 x 28 cm
356 pages
411 illustrations
Hardbound under laminated jacket

This book received the Syndicat National des Antiquaires prize in 2014

ISBN: 978-2-903824-83-9 50,00