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The tapestry and Picasso, "identical" reproductions of paintings by the Spaniard

The tapestry and Picasso,

Spanish artist, Pablo Picasso (1881-1973) spent his adolescence in Barcelona. He keeps his initial training between the fine arts (in Llotja), academicism and modernism. It was following a trip and a solo exhibition in Paris where Pablo Picasso developed his own style: a sensitive, melancholy and even miserable painting. Recognized, Picasso testifies to his attachment to Barcelona, ​​by signing in 1917, "The promenade of Columbus", between figuration, cubism and anecdote.

Today, we find these canvases in the form of tapestries. The latter are produced as closely as possible to reality thanks to the Jules Pansu manufacture and in collaboration with the Picasso estate.

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Pablo Picasso and the Cubist revolution

In the 1910s, an avant-garde movement changed arts forever. Cubism freed itself from the classic norms of painting, finally treating abstraction as a subject. This evolution towards more conceptual works carried a certain rejection of figuration that would eventually give birth to contemporary art. Behind this upheaval: Georges Braque and Pablo Picasso. The latter, whose career spanned over 7 decades, established himself as one of the most important artists of the 20th century. His paintings are often melancholic, delivering a distorted, emotional perspective on familiar scenes. Among his most celebrated works, Guernica (1937) is a dark chronicle of the Spanish Civil War. Another, The Promenade of Colombus (1917), testifies of the painter’s attachment to Barcelona. When Pablo Picasso died in France, in 1973, he left behind a colossal body of work, including over 1,800 paintings, 12,000 sketches and drawings, as well as thousands of sculptures and ceramics.

Tapisseries de Flandres : expert craftmanship from France

One thing that can be said about Picasso’s paintings is that they’re timeless: they remain as relevant and thought provoking today as ever. Unfortunately, few of us can afford an original, but woven tapestries are a good alternative to ordinary posters. For one thing, they connect the artist’s modernity with a more traditional form of artwork. Your Picasso wall tapestry will be a unique work of craftmanship, provided with a certificate of authenticity. Indeed, our collection was elaborated in close cooperation with the Picasso estate. You’ll find some of the artist’s colorful muses, posing in a friendly manner. Other pictures depict a painter and his model, as if the master was simply trying to seize the moment. Our Picasso replicas are available in different sizes, all large enough to let you appreciate every detail of these classics.

Exhibit your good taste with a Picasso tapestry

Picasso was a man who liked to use his hands to create beautiful and challenging works. At Tapisseries de Flandre, we share this respect and passion for patient, meticulous craftsmanship. All our products are made in France, and our Picasso tapestries come exclusively from the Jules Pansu manufacture. This honorable family business was established in 1871, with its looms now located in Flanders, nearby Lille. Most of our tapestries are made using the point Jacquard technique, but some also use point de Loiselles. Rest assured that, from design to finishes, a very special care is given to each step of the manufacturing process. What you see is what you get: a true traditional French tapestry. And while our products are delicate, they’re just as resistant: you’ll clean them with a simple vacuum cleaner.