Dom Robert x Jeanne De Marguerye



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This model is the result of a collaboration with Jeanne De Marguerye and the Abbaye d'En Calcat, and a contemporary adaptation of Dom Robert's Ombelles in a panoramic setting, hand-drawn by Francesco Battista.

Dom Robert (1907-1997), pseudonym of Guy de Chaunac-Lanzac, was born in Nouvelle Aquitaine. A Benedictine monk at En Calcat Abbey, he was one of the masters of contemporary tapestry. His artistic life was made up of contemplation of nature, sketches, drawings, elaboration of cartoons, numbered translation of colors, and monitoring of weaving in the Aubusson workshops.




This decor is composed of a panel 59 inches wide and 129 inches high. It can be repeated in an alternating way to create infinite decors. The panel is cut into three 19 inch wide strips.

Available on non-woven paper (lightfast, paste the wall, washable, dry-tearable) or High Performance Contract (scrubbable and impact resistant, PVC free).

✁ Also available in bespoke version .
Available in Original, Gris, Nocturne, Vert and Rose

➥ Samples


Ships within ten working days and delivery in two to four days depending on the country.

Please consult and follow the hanging instructions.
Be aware that non-woven paper is not totally opaque. 
In case of dark or colored wall please apply an undercoat or a liner.

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