The Paris of Mariano Fortuny’s childhood was filled with excitement and intrigue, as vivid depictions of PERSEPOLIS’s ancient city were first published in Voyages en Perse de MM. Eugene Flanin peintre et Pascal Coste architecte, including over 350 revolutionary illustrations of the ruinous city. PERSEPOLIS, the ceremonial capital of the ancient Persian empire built by Darius the Great, continued to captivate Mariano Fortuny’s imagination years later, inspiring this whimsical and spirited pattern filled with sensual Persian floral, leaf, and pomegranate motifs.
Fortuny fabrics are appropriate for all your furnishing needs, including upholstery, wallcoverings, window treatments, pillows, and other home accessories.
Total pattern width with borders
141 cm / 55.5 in
Total pattern width without borders
125 cm / 49.2 in
62.5 cm / 24.6 in
37.5 cm / 14.8 in
Care and maintenance
Iron on reverse side with low setting at 110 °C / 230 °F. Do not steam. Suitable for dry cleaning.