Maryvonne De Follin

Maryvonne de Follin is French and lives in Paris. She is a renowned colorist in textiles and decorative art. She paints and signs for famous French houses, including Caron, Christian Lacroix, Leonard, Ungaro, and Guy Laroche. She signs editions of contemporary carpets for Tai Ping carpets in Paris and New York, creates shawls for the Claude Monet Foundation at Giverny and signs limited editions of large vases for the “Fayenceries de Longwy”. While continuing to work with haute couture houses, she has developed her own collection of mural paintings on silk that she regularly exhibits and sells around the world. Firmly passionate with Asia, these unique paintings are always vividly inspired by this culture. She uses the Asian basic heritage, the Silk, as her medium of expression where she excels. She offers her Occidental look on the Silk.

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Maryvonne De Follin

Maryvonne de Follin is French and lives in Paris. She is a renowned colorist in textiles and decorative art. She paints and signs for famous French houses, including Caron, Christian Lacroix, Leonard, Ungaro, and Guy Laroche. She signs editions of contemporary carpets for Tai Ping carpets in Paris and New York, creates shawls for the Claude Monet Foundation at Giverny and signs limited editions of large vases for the “Fayenceries de Longwy”. While continuing to work with haute couture houses, she has developed her own collection of mural paintings on silk that she regularly exhibits and sells around the world. Firmly passionate with Asia, these unique paintings are always vividly inspired by this culture. She uses the Asian basic heritage, the Silk, as her medium of expression where she excels. She offers her Occidental look on the Silk.
For her creativity, Maryvonne was honored by the City of Paris (Médaille de Vermeille de la Ville de Paris) with the prestigious Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres.

Exhibitions:

Gallery Andre Mace,Paris.
Polo de Bagatelle, Paris.
Champ de courses de Vincennes, France.
Penelope, Lalique Tokyo
UNESCO
Lafarge, France.
Fondation Lesur.
Gallery Artelano, Paris.
French Ministere des Affaires Culturelles.

Original creations for:

Musee Claude Monet Givenchy, Azzaro, Scherrer, Hanae Mori, Helen Rubinstein, Feraud, Pierre Cardin, Guerlain, Portault, Carven, Caron, Leonard, Alain Delon inc.Tai Ping Carpet, Maison du Chololat.