Panoramic Eden in gray

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Panoramic decor: Eden in black and white

Painted by Fuchs and manufactured in 1861 by Manufacture Desfossé, this panoramic wallpaper masterfully depicts a virgin tropical forest. It was probably exhibited at the International Exhibition in London in 1862.

It is a heavenly setting whose fantasized representation of nature, with blue and green shades and lush landscape, dense forests, mountains, cascades of flowers and animals, responds to an idyllic vision of a time when botanical discoveries fueled the imagination. It is a representation of an earthly paradise without seasons or geographical boundaries. Plants like lily of the valley, viper bugloss, Alpine carnation, Caucasian scabiousa, Clivia, Peruvian amaryllis, Amazonian bromeliads, Indian lotus, European water lily and Japanese hydrangea, not to mention oaks, cedars and palm trees coexist in this fantastic Edenic world.

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, best-selling novels.

Did you know : The execution of this panoramic will require a year of work, 3642 printing plates, 10 workers, the original model was composed of 1099 colors.

Available in 2 colors: original colors or black and white

  • Printed on 165 g/M2 non-woven paper (light-resistant) and sold in strips
  • 93 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 8 strips of 93 cm wide for a total width of 7.44 m. Minimum purchase: 1 strip.

For a height of 2.70 m, this decor is made up of 12 strips of 93 cm wide for a total width of 11.16 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 No. 52450

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