Escarpolette, Tapisserie Jules Pansu

"Point de Gobelins" weave - Tapisserie Jules Pansu - XVIII - XIX centuries tapissery


In 1767, the painter Doyen got an order from a courtier to paint his mistress on a swing, pushed by a bishop, the lord himself hidden in the trees and watching his lady's petticoats. Doyen, scandalized by this, recommended Fragonard, best known for his paintings of gallant scenes.

Weaving with ""Point de Gobelins" weave"

Available sizes

140 x 92cm374,17 €
200 x 130cm662,50 €
270 x 180cm1 408,33 €


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