Panoramic Brazil rising sun

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PARTNERSHIP Museum of Decorative Arts of Paris

Panoramic scenery: BRAZIL Sunrise.

Enchanting settings

Made in 1862 by Joseph Fuchs for the Jules Desfossé factory, this panoramic wallpaper: Brazil depicts an exotic landscape very fashionable in the 19th century by exalting the tropical character of the country, through idealized fauna and flora. Scarlet ibises, parrots, peacocks, birds of paradise and pelicans flit around the palm trees and lush plants.

Landscape paintings, panoramic wallpapers, were a form of wall decoration, specifically French, in keeping with the taste of the 19th century, for the outdoors and the picturesque. Changing the interior into the exterior, the panoramic launches the imagination through landscapes, mythological stories, travel reports, successful novels...

Did you know : Executing a panoramic could require several thousand engraved plates and several years of work.

Available in 2 colors: original colors or rising sun. Revisited version of this magnificent decor in variations of pale yellow, pink and blue, evoking the softness of the first light of the day.

  • Printed on 165 g/M2 non-woven paper (light-resistant) and sold in strips
  • 95 cm wide for a height of: 1M80 or 2M70 or custom-made (see custom format tab ) .
  • Installed edge to edge.

For a height of 1.80 m, this decor is made up of 10 strips of 95 cm wide for a total width of 9.50 m. Minimum purchase: 1 strip.

For a height of 2.70 m, this decor is made up of 15 strips of 95 cm wide for a total width of 14.26 m. Minimum purchase: 1 strip.

Important information

It is recommended to avoid ordering different strips of the same decor several weeks apart, knowing that slight color differences may appear from one print to another.

Note: Due to variations in computer monitors, we cannot guarantee that the colors shown are truly representative.

Designer : Joseph Fuchs Manufacture: Desfossé

Collection of the Museum of Decorative Arts of Paris

Photographic credit: @MAD Paris/ Jean Tholance

Inventory number 52446

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