Rare Italian Mariano Fortuny Moorish Design Style Border
A rare Italian 1919 Mariano Fortuny border of woven cotton twill. Deep forest green Moorish design on a silver ground with motifs of foliage, bows and flowers within interconnecting strap work frames. The stamp on this border "Societa Anonima Fortuny" signifying it was from a joint-stock company of 1919 where he was in partnership with Giancarlo Stucky. This border can be found in the Museum of Capodimonte in the Titian room, formerly the National Museum of Naples. You can also see this border depicted in a picture in Fortuny’s book Mariano Fortuny: His Life and Work on page 152, upper left picture. More than likely inspired by a 17th century design as so many of Fortuny designs.
WIDTH: 8¼ in | HEIGHT: 176 in
Shipping Estimate: $350 | FedEx
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CONDITION: Light fade as to be expected of a stenciled antique piece