Klimt Modern Mustard Wool Rug / Wall Tapestry Art Nouveau Hand Embroidered 6ft x 4ft
This modern accent wool Rug is hand embroidered by the finest artisans of Kashmir and design inspired by the works of modern artist, Gustav Klimt. Many of our customers buy these contemporary rugs as a wall art to decorate the walls of their modern homes or to spice up their traditional decor. The expert Kashmiri needlework in this handmade, hand embroidered contemporary rug is of the finest chainstitch, a superlative stitch. The eye-catching design deserves to be seen and experienced. Wherever you place it, it is sure to draw attention. The Kashmir wool makes it soft to the touch, and the texture of the embroidery is a sensory delight. This area rug will make an excellent outdoor or indoor rug and will add fun and festive atmosphere to your home.
A close-up view of this abstract modern rug allows you to see the amazing chain-stitch embroidery work of master artisans who have practiced this art their entire lives.This abstract rug could grace the cabin of your boat or the wall in your office. Perfect wherever you need a splash of color, this modern area rug creation is as durable as it is beautiful.
The creases visible in the pictures are due to fold and will straigten instantly once mild iron is used from the back.
Size: 6 ft x 4 ft (Approx.)
Hand-embroidery: 100% Hand dyed Soft Wool
Back & Base: 100 % Cotton Canvass
Washing Instructions: Cold Hand Wash, Dry Flat & Mild warm Iron or simply Dry Clean.
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Gustav Klimt is remembered as one of the greatest decorative painters of the twentieth century, and also produced one of the century’s most significant bodies of erotic art. Initially successful as a conventional academic painter, his encounter with more modern trends in European art encouraged him to develop his own eclectic and often unique style.Klimt believed in the equality of fine and decorative art, and was one of the most influential exponents of Art Nouveau, the movement that spread throughout Europe in the late 19th century.