Schumacher Views of Paris Black & White 2628830

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 2 Yard Minimum - Born in Romania and trained in Milan, Saul Steinberg's drawings, paintings, prints, and collages made him an incredible force in the art world and one of the most renowned illustrators. Steinberg's exquisite combination of whimsical influence and mechanical precision elevated the use of popular graphics. His signature artwork, a perfect blend of consistency and complexity, was featured on the cover of New Yorker 90 times and inside of the magazine more than 1,200 times. Trained as a draftsman during the 1930s, Steinberg's architectural influence is apparent in his depictions of cities, buildings, roads, and animals. During the 1950s, Steinberg designed Views of Paris, Opera, Aviary, Trains, and Horses for Decorator's Walk and Greeff. These fanciful designs are now part of the Schumacher collection. They have a timeless appeal and add modern sophistication to a range of interior spaces. Views of Paris is a window into the 1950s, a time of widespread obsession with anything French. This architectural print is now timeless piece.  Also comes in Wallpaper.  
Fabric Content:   100% Cotton
Width of Fabric:  54"
Vertical Repeat:  25"
Horizontal Repeat:  27"

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