Renaissance Document holder with flaps
The Rmn-Grand Palais honours the Renaissance through a collection of stationery made from models of foliage, grotesques and moresques by Johann Ambrosius Siebmacher, (c. 1561-1611) Nuremberg engraver.
The success of this renaissance ornamental repertoire continued unabated over the following centuries, particularly during the reign of Louis XIV, as artists and craftsmen continued to draw motifs from it to enhance the decorative arts.
Today, this refined repertoire serves as inspiration for these products from the Parisian workshops of excellence. The engraving comes from the national collections of the Renaissance Museum, Château d'Ecouen.
Cover printed in hot gilding in the workshops of Créanog, master of art in Paris and member of the Living Heritage companies.
Made in the workshops of the master builder PPA.èsPRINT in Montreuil (Label Imprim'Vert).
Cover printed on Sirio Ultra Black creative paper 370g/ m². Papers made from chlorine-free pulp from sustainably managed forests (FSC).
- Dimensions :
- 22 x 31 cm
- Museum :
- Ecouen - Musée national de la Renaissance
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