Made in France in the 1950 this wool tapestry reflect the democratic desire of that time to produce affordable art . Debieve tapestry use the vocabulary of natural symbol like the sun , animal and water mixing decorative subject with everyday life scene . Robert Debiève (1926-1994) is was hired by Nay furniture factories in the 60s (and MINVIELLE CABANNE). He renewed the design of modern furniture by introducing new materials, but also the layout and decoration of the apartment.
Designing wagon train or shows great liners, he also worked for the Aubusson workshops and contemporary tapestry.
In parallel, he developed a pictorial work largely inspired by the changing colors of Provence ponds and its colorful scenery. Those tapestry are to be placed on wall to bring an organic feel to a mid century interior , those creators answered to the need of bringing some warmth to an otherwise cold mass produce style of furnishing so prevalent in the 1950's and 1960's .
Size 58 x 32 . Signed in the back with the Corot label