An Ivan Da Silva Bruhns Art Deco cruciform wool carpet
Circa 1925 Woven in shades of taupe, brown and black, signed in lower edge. Size approximately 17ft (5m.20cm) x 12ft (3m.66cm)
Note: Da Silva Bruhns began as a painter and interior decorator, he received his first rug commission from cabinet maker Louis Majorelle. His rugs were often part of major decorative arts exhibitions in the 1920's and 1930's, such as the Exposition Coloniale 1931.