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Boccara artistic rug – Auguste Herbin – Design N.66

Boccara artistic rug – Auguste Herbin – Design N.66

Auguste Herbin (1882 – 1960), a Braque and Picasso’s workshops neighbor, studied Cubism whose influence prompted him to create his first Cubist paintings in 1913. The artist conceived in 1946 “plastic alphabet” a system of composition based on the structure of letters which forms the basis for the organization of his canvases. Rug n°66 from Boccara collection.

Title: Auguste Herbin – Design N.66
Materials: natural silk
Limited editions of 8 in total
Manufactured by Boccara
Signed and numbered

Customers who would like to customise this rug can choose from the following options:
– Materials: wool or silk; wool and silk
– Dimensions
– Colours

Available sizes