Art Deco Cottage
Today’s photo is of the art deco Artist’s Cottage at Jardin Majorelle in Marakesh Morocco. The blue is so famous, they named it Majorelle Blue (indigo, basically). The studio has been converted to a museum focusing on Yves Saint Laurant’s collection of Berber costumes and jewelry. It is a WONDERFUL collection, but I was hoping to see the art deco interior of the cottage as it would have appeared when Jacques Majorelle would have used it. Perhaps it was originally boring inside (though I cant imagine that given the exterior), or perhaps they didn’t want competition for the Berber exhibit.
Photo Technical Info
- Aperture: ƒ/5.6
- Focal length: 27mm
- ISO: 250
- Location: 31° 38.5078′ 0″ N 8° 0.1738′ 0″ W
- Shutter speed: 1/1250s
- Title: A Window of The Artist's Cottage at Jardin Marjorelle
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