The print Paris was inspired by the designs of Raoul Dufy and Paul Poiret
The document print.
I have about a half a yard of this dress print in blue green.
We reproduced in fairly closely in Baltic Blue here
Mme. Dufy by Raoul Dufy, 1930
The two color piece with it's dense floral reminded me of Raoul Dufy's early 20th century designs. He is primarily remembered as a painter but he designed fabric in Paris about 1910-20.
The prints were often dark on white,
influenced by the look of hand-carved woodblock prints.
Dufy's blockprinted label design for a perfume
Toute la Foret from Paul Poiret.
Persian Coat by Poiret on the left; print by Dufy.
The print called Paris is printed in a variety of shades---Parisian apricot
Scots Rose Red
And Klimt Olive
See more about Dufy's fabric designs here: