Fortuny Directory page 7

 

Murillo

No formal description.

Pattern 52" wide on 53" wide ground. No border.

Link to Murillo Color ways

 

Nicolo

15th C. Italian Pomegranate Design. This pattern in one of many pomengranate design Fortuny was so fond of and was recently brought back into production and is only available in this color way.

Pattern 49" wide on 53" wide ground. 28 1/2" vertical design repeat. Borders on both selvages.

Links to Nicolo photos

 

Obelisco (discontinued pattern)

18th Century Frenchors Design. Egyptian influence, based on obelisks dedicated to worship of sun god.

Pattern 49" wide on 53" wide ground. 45 1/2 vertical design repeat. No border.

Link to Obelisco

 

Olimpia

17th Century Italian design, Named in honor of 1955 AID European Conference.

Pattern less border 49" wide on 54" wide ground. 49 1/2" vertical design repeat. Borders on both selvages.

Link ot Olimpia

 

Orfeo

(discontinued pattern)

Yellow, Green & Silver Gilt printed on cotton satin ground. Pattern less border 48/49" wide. 10" vertical design repeat. Border on both selvages.

See: Mariano Fortuny His Life & Work page 119.

Link to Orfeo photos

 

Orsini

17th Century Italian Design, early period. Named for the famous Roman family.

Pattern less border 49" wide on 54" wide ground. 20" vertical design repeat. Border on one selvage.

Link to Orsini Color ways

 

Pergolesi

18th C. English influence.

Pattern less border 42" wide on 53" wide ground. 25" vertical design repeat. Borders on both selvages 3" wide.

Link to Pergolesi Color ways

 

Persepolis

Persian Design

Pattern less border 48" wide on 54" wide ground. 15" vertical design repeat. Borders on both selvages.

Link to Persepolis Color ways

 

Persiano

18th C. Persian Motif.

Pattern less border 48" wide on 54" wide ground. 2 1/4" vertical design repeat. Borders on both selvages.

 

Link to Persiano Color ways

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