Marchen in Henry Sass
Minimum order: 4 panels
We recommend ordering a sample before proceeding with your panel order.
The design “Märchen” (German; meaning fairy tale) is inspired by a combination of Nicole Fuller’s childhood memories of enchanting fairy tales, her favourite flower, peonies, and the artist Cy Twombly.
These three influences flow into a rich visualisation of Nicole’s imagination, forming beautiful dripping peonies clustered across the silk wallcovering. The hand-painted design is presented in seven unique colourways true to Fuller’s dramatic colour palette, each named after a classification of peony.
"Marchen is several things to me; it is both an homage to the work of Cy Twombly and this delicate, precise drip forms recurrent in his painting, and a garden fairytale fantasy.
“Peonies have a duality to them: they are exuberant and robust, while very ephemeral and delicate. The talented artists of Fromental have distilled these influences and ideas beautifully in my new wallcovering.”
SKU CODE: NF001-04
STANDARD: Hand Painted Dyed silk with paper backing
REPEAT: 6 Panels
PANEL WIDTH: 915mm
PANEL HEIGHT: 3000mm
Each painted panel begins its life as a length of raw silk which we size with a natural adhesive so that it receives paint without bleeding. This forms the extraordinary canvas on which our artists work their magic. Our artists are masters of traditional painting and work in teams to meticulously plan out each room before slowly building up the many layers of detail and colour. To achieve intensity and shade, the artist will blend hues, often using two brushes simultaneously
Our artists are masters of traditional Chinese painting and work in teams to meticulously plan out each room before slowly building up the many layers of detail and colour. To achieve intensity and shade, the artist will blend hues, often using two brushes simultaneously.
Each panel is 36” (915mm) wide
First measure the width of the wall or the full perimeter of the room.
Divide this width by the panel width which is 36” (panel_width).
There is a minimum order of four panels.