Les Patineurs - left

Les Patineurs skating tapestry

Les Patineurs, The Skaters, is here the left side of a tapestry from the Months of Lucas series of tapestries dating from the 18th century. Copied from paintings and cartoons by the Gobelins manufactory the works are often incorrectly attributed to Dutch artist Lucas van Leyden (1494 - 1533). It is believed they were inspired by the work of a number of artists and enhanced by Gobelins own artists and weavers. The scene shows Les Patineurs (the skaters) enjoying a cold afternoon skating on a frozen lake. The original tapestry of 1770 is at the Elysee Palace, the official residence of the President of France.

This fine French tapestry is lined and has tunnel for ease of hanging. The full Les Patineurs - Skating tapestry is also available, in a horizontal format.

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Les Patineurs - left

RL190AL

$540.00

Les Patineurs, The Skaters, is here the left side of a tapestry from the Months of Lucas series of tapestries dating from the 18th century. Copied from paintings and cartoons by...MORE

59"x43"
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