The Artwork of Paule Marrot. Marrot was an engraver, painter, and textile designer working in early-to-mid 20th-century France. She began her craft by hand-painting floral fabrics and evolved through her career to create more abstract patterns. Marrot is often considered part of the Art Deco movement because her works feature a soft geometry
Anthropologie has released the Paule Marrot home collection, featuring more than 40 pieces of furniture, bedding, dining ware, and stationary in the late designer's playful, nature-inspired prints.
From the proprietary archives of legendary textile artist, engraver and painter Paule Marrot (1902-1987) comes this beautiful, wide-ranging collection of prints. Working primarily from 1920-1960, her rich colors and striking geometry put her at the heart the Art Deco movement.
Natural Curiosities Art - Reproductions - AN ESSENTIAL ELEMENT OF DESIGN Gallop Express, Botanicals, Flight, Gold & Sliver, Paule Marrot, & Pignier Collections.
I am obsessed with the Paule Marrot (1902 - 1987) art prints they carry. Marrot was French-born and was known for her innovative use of color and textiles. Butterfly Blue, Fete, Clouds, Pink Birds. All works pictured by Paule Marrot sold through Natural Curiosities. Etsy and Ebay are my other go-to places to find artwork.
Destiny - perhaps Paule Marrot was destined to be an artist. At just 14 years of age she attended L'ecole Des Arts Decoratifs. She was painter, a textile designer, an engraver, and a teacher. She was a favorite of Jaqueline Kennedy, who used her textiles to design a room in the White House.