Les sonneurs du Roi, Tapisserie Jules Pansu

"Point de Loiselles" weave - Tapisserie Jules Pansu - XVI - XVII centuries tapissery

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125 x 180cm1 146,67 €
180 x 260cm2 080,83 €
250 x 360cm4 365,83 €
90 x 135cm651,67 €

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This baroque tapestry, originally woven by the Brussels workshops, was inspired by the series "The King's History" created by Charles Le Brun and the Flemish painter der Meulun between 1665 and 1680. This series retraces the victories and conquests of the Sun King by illustrating the movements and life of the armies of the time.

The reproduction of this historical tapestry is woven in France on a Jacquard loom, in the Point de Loiselles, a very fine stitch, which ensures a high quality tapestry.

Weaving with ""Point de Loiselles" weave" - 100% cotton weaving

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 This tapestry is woven in the Pansu workshops, in Flanders, on a Jacquard loom. The stitch used is the Loiselles stitch. The characteristic of this stitch is the search for a contrast between the treatment of the whole subject and certain motifs. The opposition is obtained by the effect of relief.

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