Handmade cushion cover with Miro art embroidery
Complimentary cushion filling included
Country of origin: France
Embroidery made by Jules Pansu in Paris; est. 1878
Size: length 45cm; width 45cm
Allow the creativity of Joan Miró’s vision to enter your world, and take pleasure in owning a part of his beautiful perspective. Born in Barcelona in 1893, Joan Miró was a perfect balance of an emotional and intellectual artist. Inspired by a life spent between France, the USA and his beloved native land of Spain and as an explorer of the physical and metaphysical world, Miró was also greatly influenced by the techniques and styles of modern Japanese masters.
Undoubtedly one of the most influential artists of the 20th century who both mastered and propelled Surrealism to greater heights, Joan Miró achieved this by allowing us to travel through his deep subconscious mind, enriching our own lives in return. In 2+5=7, Joan Miró takes us on a journey deep into the world of his dreams and subconscious mind. Working with the simplicity of symbols and lines, dots and splashes, Miró explains the inner workings of his world through his art, as the only way he knows how. By keeping his paintings pure and personal, he translates his visions into a language the world can truly understand.
Licensed by the Miró Foundation, Jules Pansu cushions are tapestry woven cushions created in France. Each cushion has a woven tapestry front, complemented by a neutral fabric back.
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we anticipate an average 8-16 weeks for delivery. However, delivery times are only an approximation and so cannot be guaranteed.
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Every Banbayu piece has been handmade from ethically-sourced materials in its country of origin. To preserve its unique charm and quality, some aftercare may be required for your purchase.
Much of our wood has been recycled or sourced from sustainable forests. As every tree is unique, so too is the wood in our products and there will be natural variations in colour and grain as a result.
Take care to avoid spillages or placing hot items on wooden surfaces. If there is a spillage, quickly wipe the surface with a soft cloth and dry the item as soon as possible. Direct sunlight can damage the colour of the wood. Take care to avoid generic cleaning fluids on your item, but you can apply beeswax polish in the direction of the grain to sustain its appearance.
Resin is sturdy, but for best results, avoid storing rein objects in direct sunlight and avoid cleaning them with harsh chemicals.
Seashells and sand
Beware that sand and seashell items are easily susceptible to damage. Clean products carefully with a dry soft cloth.
Store metal products such a bowls separately to avoid any scratches. Wipe the item gently with a soft polishing cloth to remove fingerprints and brighten its shine. Metals such as copper will become duller colour when exposed to the air; this is a completely natural process.
Some products have metal elements that have been inlaid by hand. While every care has been taken to strengthen the item, please be aware that this process means these items should be handled with extra care. If you are using a metal item to hold food, we recommend hand-washing the piece thoroughly before use with a gentle dish detergent.
Although every clay item is packaged carefully, some light pottery dust may remain. We recommend wiping the item with a soft polishing cloth or a gentle dish detergent before use. For best preservation, please avoid putting pottery items in a dishwasher.
Cotton products can be laundered or dry cleaned at a low temperature with care. Avoid using strong stain removers, which can damage dyed patterns.