Chateau Bellevue, long tapestry

Chateau Bellevue, long

The Chateau Bellevue long tapestry is from The Tenture de Maisons Royals, or The Tapestries of the Royal Households, were commissioned by Louis XIV in about 1670. Designed by Charles le Brun, the First Painter to Louis XIV and also Director of Gobelins, each tapestry in this set of twelve represents a month of the year showing a different French Royal palace. They were woven at the Royal Gobelins workshops in Paris where 250 employees were producing tapestries. Here you can still see traditional hand-weaving of tapestries commissioned by the French government. This chateau tapestry is finely woven in France in wool and cotton and is lined and has a rod pocket for easy hanging.  Note this size is non-returnable.

Please note: we had difficulties showing accurate colours so refer to CE148 Chateau Bellevue for better colouring.

Chateau Bellevue, long tapestry

CE148L-AL

$1,350.00

The Chateau Bellevue long tapestry is from The Tenture de Maisons Royals, or The Tapestries of the Royal Households, were commissioned by Louis XIV in about 1670. Designed by...MORE

59"x110"
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