Researched Hermes scarf Made in France, model Jardins des Metamorphoses designed in 2010 by Françoise Houtin
About Françoise Houtin :
French, born in Craon en Mayenne, France on August 25, 1950.
Etcher and Draughtsman.
Lives and works in Paris since 1971. Learns printmaking with Jean Delpech at the Ville de Paris printmaking class. Starts his career as a gardener, a floral decorator and a landscape architect at Jacques Bédat and Franz Baechler in Paris. Became a full-time artist, focused on imaginary garden landscapes in 1979. He was awarded the Prix de Gravure Lacourière in 1981. He was awarded the Prix de Gravure Florence Gould in 1986. Became a member of the Société des Peintres-Graveurs Français in 1991
Don't miss it, amazing model, very chic and superb palette for this summer!
Brand : Hermès
Title : Jardins des Metamorphoses
Artist : Francoise Houtin
Issue : 2010
Note : contrasting Hem
Composition : 100% twill silk, hand sewn and rolled edges
Care tag : No
Box : No
Palette : Rose, Dark rose
Dimension : 35 inches square or 90 cm square approximately
Condition : Unworn
Manufacture : France