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Cécile's bedroom
In 1863, for his daughter Cécile’s twentieth birthday, Charles-François began to decorate her bedroom by designing a frieze made of twenty different flower crowns. 

Cornflower blue crown
Poppy crown
Then he added murals recalling Cécile's childhood: illustration of narratives (Little Thumb, The fox and the raven, Little Red Riding Hood), representation of usual games (badminton, castanets ...).
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He also painted her piano along with a few flowered branches.

Cécile's piano
Last updated : March 20th 2014

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