Duke of Berry, Tapisserie Jules Pansu

"Point d'Halluin" weave - Tapisserie Jules Pansu - XVIII - XIX centuries tapissery

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Jean de France, Duke of Berry, is famously known for his richly illuminated Book of Hours. For this, he chose very skilled artists to illustrate and miniaturize daily labour work during the four seasons, with nice landscapes and beautiful castles, and always showing the Duke himself favourably in large scale. This tapestry represents May, the month considered as the month of love.

Weaving with ""Point d'Halluin" weave" - 77% laine, 20% coton, 3% polyester

Available sizes

95 x 140cm640,83 €
130 x 185cm1 158,33 €

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