As all children Annie Bouquet loved to draw. Her talent she holds from her father and her grandfather
whose pictures are today hanging in many Europe and United States museum.
"Chacun son Paradis"
among others to
Vicq museum near Versailles
It Is bathed in this artistic ambiance that she acquire her sensitivity to the beauty.
After three years of studies in graphics advertising, and after a proposal offered by a very ancient manufactures of "Ouvrages de Dames" to work as painter and drawer for tapestries (we name cartonnier in french), she had to pose to herself the question of what way to choose: Either she continued in the advertisement where the creation was diluted in a sort of obligation to sell or she oriented her life to this that appeared as an appropriateness to create for this
named Tapestry and which since centuries makes the renowned of the French spirit.
Comtesse de Ségur:
"The wise girls model" illustrated by MATEJA Adaptation for counted stitch for Tapisserie de France studio.
May be because this it was the fact of the goal of this proposal met her all feminine taste for things of the interior and the house that lead her toward this without truly hesitations.