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Christophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection

Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, a renowned creator from France, left an indelible mark on the world of furnishing fabric

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Le Meunier, Son Fils, et l'Ane (The Miller, His Son, and the Ass) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1806

Le Meunier, Son Fils, et l'Ane (The Miller, His Son, and the Ass) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1806. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet after Jean Baptiste Oudry, manufactured by Oberkampf Manufactory

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Paul and Virginie, Furnishing Fabric, France, after 1818. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory

Paul and Virginie, Furnishing Fabric, France, after 1818. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory
Paul and Virginie, Furnishing Fabric, France, after 1818. Engraved by Tony Johannot and others after works by Jean Michel Moreau and Jean Frederic Schall

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: La Marchande d'Amour (The Merchant of Love) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1815/17

La Marchande d'Amour (The Merchant of Love) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1815/17. Designed by Louis-Hippolyte LeBas, after Jacques Firmin Beauvarlet

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: La Marchande d'Amour (The Merchant of Love) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1815/17

La Marchande d'Amour (The Merchant of Love) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1815/17. Designed by Louis-Hippolyte LeBas, after Jacques Firmin Beauvarlet

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Les Travaux de la Manufacture (The Activities of the Factory) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/84

Les Travaux de la Manufacture (The Activities of the Factory) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/84. Dyeing and printing of mass-produced textiles

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Amorini et Medallions (Cupid and Medallions) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810

Amorini et Medallions (Cupid and Medallions) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet, manufactured by Christophe Philippe Oberkampf. Detail from a larger artwork

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: La Chasse au cerf et au sanglier (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1780

La Chasse au cerf et au sanglier (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1780. Deer and wild boar hunting. Engraved by Johann Elias Ridinger after Philip Wouverman

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Panel (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1795 / 99. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory

Panel (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1795 / 99. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory
Panel (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1795/99. Neoclassical vignettes with floral pattern. Engraved by Giovanni Volpato after Raphael, manufactured by Oberkampf Manufactory

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Les Travaux de la Manufacture (The Factory in Operation) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/84

Les Travaux de la Manufacture (The Factory in Operation) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/84. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet, manufactured by Oberkampf Manufactory

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Au Loup! (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/89. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf

Au Loup! (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/89. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf
Au Loup! (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/89. Wolf! designed by Jean Baptiste Huet after Jacques Stella, manufactured by Christophe Phillipe Oberkampf

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Les Monuments de Paris (The Monuments of Paris) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1816/18

Les Monuments de Paris (The Monuments of Paris) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1816/18. Designed by Hippolyte Lebas, engraved by Nicolas Auguste Leisnier, manufactured by Christophe Philippe Oberkampf

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Paul and Virginie, Furnishing Fabric, France, 1802. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory

Paul and Virginie, Furnishing Fabric, France, 1802. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory
Paul and Virginie, Furnishing Fabric, France, 1802. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet after engraving by Abraham Girardet after drawing by Jean-Michel Moreau the Younger

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Chinoiseries (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1780. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf

Chinoiseries (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1780. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf
Chinoiseries (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1780. Chinese-influenced pattern, floral print with vignettes of people. Designed by Jean Baptiste Pillement after engravings by Pierre Charles Canot

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Les Travaux de la Manufacture (The Activities of the Factory) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/84

Les Travaux de la Manufacture (The Activities of the Factory) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/84. Dyeing and printing of mass-produced textiles

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Le Parc du Chateau (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1783. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory

Le Parc du Chateau (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1783. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory
Le Parc du Chateau (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1783. The grounds of the chateau; rustic scenes. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet, manufactured by Oberkampf Manufactory

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: L'Amour et Psyche (Cupid and Psyche) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810

L'Amour et Psyche (Cupid and Psyche) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf
L'Amour et Psyche (Cupid and Psyche) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet, manufactured by Christophe Philippe Oberkampf

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: L'Escarpolette, (The Swing), Furnishing Fabric, France, c. 1789

L'Escarpolette, (The Swing), Furnishing Fabric, France, c. 1789. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf
L'Escarpolette, (The Swing), Furnishing Fabric, France, c. 1789. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet after Jean Honore Fragonard, manufactured by Christophe Phillipe Oberkampf

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Les Quatre Parties du Monde (Four Quarters of the Globe) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1794

Les Quatre Parties du Monde (Four Quarters of the Globe) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1794
Les Quatre Parties du Monde (Four Quarters of the Globe) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c.1794. Indigenous people with a crocodile or alligator; flying fish

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Scenes Flamandes (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1775. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf

Scenes Flamandes (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1775. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf
Scenes Flamandes (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1775. Flemish scenes, designed by Jean Baptiste Huet after Cornelis Pietersz. Bega, manufactured by Christophe Phillipe Oberkampf

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: L'Historie de Psyche (The Story of Psyche) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810

L'Historie de Psyche (The Story of Psyche) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory
L'Historie de Psyche (The Story of Psyche) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet after Pierre-Paul Prud'hon, manufactured by Oberkampf Manufactory

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: La Marchande d Amour (The Merchant of Love) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1815 / 17

La Marchande d Amour (The Merchant of Love) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1815 / 17
La Marchande d Amour (The Merchant of Love) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1815/17. Designed by Louis-Hippolyte LeBas, after Jacques Firmin Beauvarlet

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: L'Amour Vainqueur (Love Triumphant) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1804

L'Amour Vainqueur (Love Triumphant) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1804. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf
L'Amour Vainqueur (Love Triumphant) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c.1804. Neoclassical design with sheep, wolf, sphinxes, Venus and Cupid

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: L'Hommage de l'Amerique a la France (America's Tribute to France) (Furnishing Fabric), c. 1790

L'Hommage de l'Amerique a la France (America's Tribute to France) (Furnishing Fabric), c. 1790
L'Hommage de l'Amerique a la France (America's Tribute to France) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1790

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Amorini et Medallions (Cupid and Medallions) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810

Amorini et Medallions (Cupid and Medallions) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1810. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet, manufactured by Christophe Philippe Oberkampf

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Les Monuments d'Egypte (The Monuments of Egypt), furnishing fabric, France, c. 1800

Les Monuments d'Egypte (The Monuments of Egypt), furnishing fabric, France, c. 1800. Creator: Oberkampf Manufactory
Les Monuments d'Egypte (The Monuments of Egypt), furnishing fabric, France, c. 1800. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet. Christophe Phillipe Oberkampf (producer), Louis Francois Cassas (painter)

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: La Liberte Americaine (American Liberty) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/89

La Liberte Americaine (American Liberty) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/89. Creators: Unknown, Oberkampf Manufactory
La Liberte Americaine (American Liberty) (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1783/89. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet after medallion designed by Augustin Dupre

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Le Couronnement de la Rosiere (The Crowning of the Rose Maiden) (Furnishing Fabric), c. 1780

Le Couronnement de la Rosiere (The Crowning of the Rose Maiden) (Furnishing Fabric), c. 1780
Le Couronnement de la Rosiere (The Crowning of the Rose Maiden) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1780. Designed by Jean Baptiste Huet after Jean Baptiste Greuze, manufactured by Oberkampf Manufactory

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Panel (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1785. Creators: Unknown, Oberkampf Manufactory

Panel (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1785. Creators: Unknown, Oberkampf Manufactory
Panel (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1785. Floral print with rustic vignettes. Possibly manufactured by Oberkampf Manufactory

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Les Vendages (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1785. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf

Les Vendages (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1785. Creator: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf
Les Vendages (Furnishing Fabric), France, 1785. Scenes of grape-harvesting and wine-making. Manufactured by Christophe Phillipe Oberkampf

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: La Danse des Noirs (The Dance of the Blacks) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1760

La Danse des Noirs (The Dance of the Blacks) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1760. Manufactured by Christophe Philippe Oberkampf

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Les Quatre Elements (The Four Elements) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1780

Les Quatre Elements (The Four Elements) (Furnishing Fabric), France, c. 1780. Water nymphs with coral and sheashells, and stylised dolphin

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Napoleon awarding the Legion d Honneur to French industrialist Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf

Napoleon awarding the Legion d Honneur to French industrialist Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, 1806 (chromolitho)
1093874 Napoleon awarding the Legion d Honneur to French industrialist Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, 1806 (chromolitho) by French School

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: La Marchande d Amour, The Merchant of Love, 1815-17 (cotton, plain weave

La Marchande d Amour, The Merchant of Love, 1815-17 (cotton, plain weave
2972842 La Marchande d Amour, The Merchant of Love, 1815-17 (cotton, plain weave, engraved roller printed) by Lebas, Louis Hippolyte (1782-1867); 99x95.2 cm; The Art Institute of Chicago, IL

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, French industrialist (chromolitho)

Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, French industrialist (chromolitho)
972173 Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, French industrialist (chromolitho) by French School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf (1738-1815)

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Fragments of Copperplate Printed Cotton, c. 1789. Creator: Christophe Philippe Oberkampf (French)

Fragments of Copperplate Printed Cotton, c. 1789. Creator: Christophe Philippe Oberkampf (French)
Fragments of Copperplate Printed Cotton, c. 1789

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Fragment Copperplate Printed Cotton Les quatres parties du monde

Fragment Copperplate Printed Cotton Les quatres parties du monde
Fragment of Copperplate Printed Cotton with " Les quatres parties du monde" Design, 1788. Firm of Christophe Philippe Oberkampf (French, 1738-1815), Jean-Baptiste Marie Huet (French)

Background imageChristophe Philippe Oberkampf Collection: Fragments Copperplate Printed Cotton 1789 Firm

Fragments Copperplate Printed Cotton 1789 Firm
Fragments of Copperplate Printed Cotton, c. 1789. Firm of Christophe Philippe Oberkampf (French, 1738-1815), Jean-Baptiste Marie Huet (French, 1745-1811)



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Christophe-Philippe Oberkampf, a renowned creator from France, left an indelible mark on the world of furnishing fabric. His artistic genius is evident in his exquisite designs such as "Le Meunier, Son Fils, et l'Ane" (The Miller, His Son, and the Ass) and "La Chasse au cerf et au sanglier" (The Hunt for Deer and Wild Boar). These fabrics transport us to a bygone era with their intricate details and vibrant colors. Oberkampf's masterpieces also include "Les Travaux de la Manufacture" (The Factory in Operation), which beautifully captures the essence of industrial work during 1783/84. The dedication to craftsmanship is palpable in every thread woven into this fabric. Similarly impressive is "Au Loup. " where Oberkampf showcases his talent for storytelling through textile artistry. In addition to capturing scenes from everyday life, Oberkampf ventured into depicting iconic landmarks with fabrics like "Les Monuments de Paris. " This creation allows us to adorn our homes with the beauty of Parisian architecture while adding a touch of elegance. Oberkampf's collaboration with the Oberkampf Manufactory resulted in timeless pieces like "Paul and Virginie, " which exudes sophistication and grace. Meanwhile, his expertise in chinoiserie shines through in another masterpiece aptly named "Chinoiseries. " One cannot overlook Oberkampf's tribute to his own craft with "Les Travaux de la Manufacture. " This fabric encapsulates the spirit of hard work that went into creating these magnificent textiles at his factory during 1783/84. As we delve further into Oberkampf's portfolio, we discover enchanting designs such as "Le Parc du Chateau, " transporting us to idyllic gardens filled with serenity.