Goblin tapestry hunting scene
Beautiful tapestry depicting a hunting scene inspired by an Aubusson wall hanging from the 18th century.
Tapestry in good condition.
Height: 2.10 m Width: 1.25 m
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This tapestry depicts hunters and horde of hunting dogs and castle in perspective.
Beautiful border with wraps of acante leaves doubled forming frame.
This prestigious old-fashioned weaving using wool and cotton allows the realization on loom Jacquard.
This results in an execution of great finesse.
The tapestry is basically a French tradition mainly in Ile de France and in the Loire Valley in the Middle Ages.
The craftsmen producing the tapestries have had to move, especially in the north of France and Flanders, in the course of history.
François 1er founded in Fontainebleau, the first royal manufactory of tapestry and in the 17th century, Colbert created the Gobelins.
- 2,10 m
- 1,25 m
- In good condition