Jean de La Fontaine – Toile de Jouy – GreenCollection Tradition
“Jean de La Fontaine – Toile de Jouy – Green” is an original creation © Le Presse Papier .
Aesop, Greek poet of the 7th century BC inspired the great Jean de La Fontaine to write his animal fables. Although written in classic French, they have not aged a bit to this day and each fable still teaches its own moral and invites to reflexion . For this new creation and these drawings styled as an old drypoint etching, we have chosen a composition with small scenes characteristic of the emblematic Toile de Jouy . La Fontaine's fables have been illustrated numerous times, among others by Baptiste Oudry and Gustave Doré in the 18th Century or more recently by the excellent Benjamin Rabier and even Chagall ... You will therefore find here our vision for The Raven and the Fox, The Hare and the Tortoise, The Cicada and the Ant, The Wolf and the Lamb, The Oak and the Reed, The Lion and the Rat; As an inexhaustible source of the French spirit, they will delight young and old alike. The model is also available in 7 distinct colors.
On the technical side
The design connects every 124 cm in width.
Connection of the drawing
This model is available in custom dimensions at the price of €85/m².
Configure your dimensions
Designed and manufactured in our workshops in Lyon
Fast and careful shipping in rigid packaging
Glue: Wall gluing
Solvent-free A+ inks
Recyclable non-woven wall covering
Pattern connection: Right/Left connection
Fire retardant: M1 classified
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