Tapestry 1250

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5' x 6' 10″  A beautiful 19th century Jacquard Loom machine-woven French tapestry in the style of 16th century Belgium tapestries depicting a forest and hunting scene. This is a reproduction of one of the panels (panel #2)  taken from a famous Renaissance series of twelve woven tapestries woven in 16th century Belgium.  The Hunts of Maximilian, which were designed by Bernaert Van Orley (ca.1528-1531), originally hand-woven in Brussels, in the Dermoyen workshop (1531-1533) with wool, silk and metal thread.

Dimensions:  5' x 6' 10″
Date of Manufacture:  4th Quarter of the 1800s
Place of Origin:  France
Material:  Wool, cotton
Condition:  Wear consistent with age and use

SKU: 1250

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