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La Musique - Contrepoint dessert plate by Marta Bakowski - Maison Matisse
La Musique - Contrepoint dessert plate by Marta Bakowski - Maison Matisse
La Musique - Contrepoint dessert plate by Marta Bakowski - Maison Matisse

Contrepoint dessert plate

Designer: Marta Bakowski

130 €

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The dessert plate Contrepoint completes a set of 6 earthenware plates created by the designer Marta Bakowski, in collaboration with Maison Matisse.
After having been painted and engraved by hand, the dessert plate Contrepoint has been coated with a varnish giving it a rough and elegant look.
Inspired by the painting La Musique by Henri Matisse (1939), this set of dessert plates will allow you to compose a service that meets your desires.

All of the pieces in the La Musique collection are suitable for food use.

• Dimensions (in.) : Ø7 x H1
• Materials: earthenware 
• Made for you, in Italy, in the region of Tuscany.

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• In stock, delivered within 3 to 7 days. 

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La Musique - Contrepoint dessert plate by Marta Bakowski - Maison Matisse
La Musique - Contrepoint dessert plate by Marta Bakowski - Maison Matisse
La Musique - Contrepoint dessert plate by Marta Bakowski - Maison Matisse
La Musique - Contrepoint dessert plate by Marta Bakowski - Maison Matisse
La Musique - Contrepoint dessert plate by Marta Bakowski - Maison Matisse

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Inspired by La Musique, painted by Henri Matisse in 1939, the Contrepoint plate is inspired by the variation of triangular shapes that appear on the couch that the guitar player is sitting on. 

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Care: Handwash using mild soap and a non-abrasive sponge. Dry carefully with a lint-free cloth. Not dishwasher-safe or microwave-safe.

The designer Marta Bakowski collaborated with Maison Matisse

Marta Bakowski

Maison Matisse invited the young designer Marta Bakowski to create its first permanent collection inspired by the painting La Musique (1939). The Franco-Polish designer took the palette of colors and brilliantly reinterpreted the most representative themes of Henri Matisse's work, such as the philodendron leaf, the figure of the woman and music.

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