Intérieur aux aubergines - Belle-épine cushion by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Belle-épine cushion by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Belle-épine cushion by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse

Belle-épine cushion

Designer: Cristina Celestino

690 €

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The Belle-épine cushion is made with a jacquard fabric with an all-over print that is woven from natural yarns by a renowned Venitian factory that dates back to the 18th century. The cushion's flounce, with a contrasting trim, give the piece an ornamental feel. The cushion is sold with its insert and the cover can be removed for easy cleaning. This version features shades of green, red, and blue, and the cushion is also available in another color palette. 

• Dimensions (in.) : H5,9 x W2,7 x L2,7
• Materials: cotton and viscose jacquard fabric (64%CO 36%VI)
• Pure cotton cover, 100% polyester filling
• Handmade in Italy

DELIVERY
• In stock, delivered within 3 to 7 days. 

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Intérieur aux aubergines - Belle-épine cushion by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Belle-épine cushion by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse
Intérieur aux aubergines - Belle-épine cushion by Cristina Celestino - Maison Matisse

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Designed by Cristina Celestino, the fabric for the Belle-épine cushion is inspired by the fruit, vegetables and arabesques featured in Henri Matisse's Intérieur aux Aubergines (1911), one of the artist's most decorative paintings. 

Learn more about the inspiration behind the collection 

Care: 
The use of abrasive products is not recommended.
Prolonged exposure to direct sunlight may alter the color of the pieces.
The seat cushion covers are removable. Professional cleaning is recommended.

The designer Cristina Celestino collaborated with Maison Matisse

Cristina Celestino

For the permanent collection Intérieur aux aubergines, Maison Matisse was inspired by Henri Matisse's eponymous painting from 1911 and collaborated with the Italian designer Cristina Celestino. This choice seemed self-evident. The designer’s world is perfectly adapted to that of the artist’s painting in this particularly decorative canvas where the planes deeply superimpose each other.

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