Hindoustanobe-Manteau, De Paul Poiret

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This painting by Charles Martin showcases a fashion design by Paul Poiret, and it is titled "Hindoustan Robe-manteau". It beautifully captures two women adorned in luxurious and elegantly designed outer garments.On the left, one woman is shown wearing a dark, possibly velvety manteau which fully envelops her body, leaving only her face and hands visible. The richness of the coat is emphasized by its voluminous and swooping form, giving it a rather regal appearance. The ties at the waist add an intricate detail that enhances the overall silhouette.The woman to the right wears a more patterned robe-manteau, with a white fabric decorated with cloud-like motifs and lined sections, possibly mimicking or inspired by an artistic interpretation of traditional Indian clothing elements, aligning with the 'Hindoustan' theme. This garment also features a wide, flowing style that exudes a sense of luxury and exotic elegance.The background, with its vibrant, geometric and abstract patterns in a range of blues, adds a dynamic contrast to the earthy tones of the garments.


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Charles Martin was well-known for his distinctive style that beautifully blended Art Deco aesthetics with traditional French design elements. His works were recognized for their elegance and sophistication, and Martin became one of the most recognized artists of his era. He was also noted for his innovations in fashion design, significantly contributing to shaping the fashion trend of his time.