Le Nôtre Stole - Ruby - The French Game
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Le Nôtre Stole - Ruby - The French Game

The motif of the Versailles collection plunges us into the heart of Louis XIV's gardens in the purity of the lines of the Orangery with its massive circular fountain surrounded by its four geometric lawns.
This woolen scarf is surprisingly soft and light. Virgin wool comes from the first shearing of ...
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€79 €65
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Dimensions :
70 x 190 cm
Museum :
Musée des châteaux de Versailles et de Trianon
Material :
Maintenance :
Ne pas laver, ne pas mouiller
Artist :
André Le Nôtre (1613-1700)
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André Le Nôtre (1613-1700)

Gardener for the King and King of Gardens, Le Nôtre designed, among others, the gardens of the Palace of Versailles, the Trianon and Chantilly, magnifying what is now called the "French garden". The gardens of Le Nôtre skillfully combine symmetry of the axes and fantasy, the play of light and shade are also very present. Very courtier, Le Nôtre had the favors of King Louis XIV and his talents earned him considerable success in his time.