The tapestry "Verdure Ferrières" is originally woven around 1718 in Brussels, by the Reydams workshops. Like Aubusson, it illustrates the tradition of wooded landscapes, sometimes reminiscent of parks. These tapestries were used in castles and mansions. The cartoons were created by painters such as Luc Achtsllinck and Augustin Coppens, landscapers of the 17th and 18th century. Here, this tapestry is woven on loom Jacquard, in France, at the point of Loiselles. It is made of very fine embossed cotton.
Weaving with ""Point de Loiselles" weave" - 95% coton, 5% Polyester
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