Les Roses de Rimbaud – Origin

Collection Botaniste

 “Les Roses de Rimbaud” is an archive © Le Presse Papier .

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Continuing to trace the path of preserving a precious and rare heritage of Decorative Arts, we have chosen to restore and honor a gouache, from the opulent history of the French textile industry of the 19th century.

This very beautiful grisaille from 1881, from the archives of the Société Française des Papiers Peints (ESSEF), comes in shades of gray of beautiful, elegant and florid roses.

Initially used as a preparatory step, the grisaille technique gains its nobility here, bringing with its subtle grays a depth and a winter light to each flower.

We also pay tribute, thanks to this archive reworked by us, to the city of Lyon, which became Capital of the Rose, and particularly to the Rose called Arthur Rimbaud. Blooming from spring to the first frost, this flower allows us to imagine, on a winter morning in 1881, a stroll in the footsteps of the young poet aged then 27, treading the meanders of the flower gardens of our city to find the inspiration from the poem Flowers in the Illuminations .

The history between the rose and Lyon develops after 1805, at the end of the trip of Napoleon and the Empress Joséphine, who, to show the satisfaction and pleasure felt during her stay, gave the  city rose plants from his own garden in Malmaison. Settled in the plant garden then on the slopes of the Croix Rousse, most of them coming from all over the world, these plants will allow the development of new species thanks to hybridization. Lyon's rose growers stood out for their audacity and their know-how and made the city the world center of rose production.

Nourished by these models on the motif, the painters of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts of Lyon and in particular those of the flower class, some specializing in the rose and called the Rosiers, will find there an obvious inspiration and the Silkies a inexhaustible repertoire to adorn fabrics made at Croix-Rousse.

The original model scrupulously respects the scale of the archive document, the scale of the other models is enlarged.

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Strip n°1, strip n°2 and strip n°3 are different, they are connected to the installation.

Connection of the drawing

horizontal connection size 186cm

vertical connection size 73cm


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Designed and manufactured in our workshops in Lyon
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Glue: Wall gluing
Solvent-free A+ inks
Recyclable non-woven wall covering
Pattern connection: Right/Left connection
Washability: Washable
Detachability: Removable
Fire retardant: M1 classified

FSC certifications - Greenguard - Imprim'vert - Indoor air emissions A +

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