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Vintage

Baeschlin Textiles Prototype, 1950

Docantic, Inc.

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Baeschlin Textiles Prototype, 1950
Baeschlin Textiles Prototype, 1950
Baeschlin Textiles Prototype, 1950

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1910-1950

Condition:

Very Good; marks, notes, small stains

Country of Origin:

France

Materials:

gouache on paper

Damage Information:

None; marks, notes, small stains.

Size:

19.5" L x 19.25" W

Why We Love This

This 1950 gouache by Baeschlin is from a selection of prototypes for textiles and wallpaper made for a well-known French company (1892-1970). A large part of the same collection has already been distributed to some of the most famous museums in France, such as the Bibliothèque Forney and the Musée Des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. It is dated, titled, numbered, and stamped.
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Why We Love This

This 1950 gouache by Baeschlin is from a selection of prototypes for textiles and wallpaper made for a well-known French company (1892-1970). A large part of the same collection has already been distributed to some of the most famous museums in France, such as the Bibliothèque Forney and the Musée Des Arts Décoratifs in Paris. It is dated, titled, numbered, and stamped.

About Docantic, Inc.

With one of the largest Art Deco databases in existence, Docantic, Inc. is a prized resource for collectors and professionals who want to learn the origins of their pieces as well as acquire more 20th-century treasures.