Eighteenth-century Aubusson tapestry




Tapestry in wool and silk, with a central motif, which occupies practically all the space, representing an allegory to the dawn, through a goddess sitting in the middle of a forest full of vegetation, clouds, trees, a small temple to the left and surrounded by two little angels. The goddess is deploying his great red cloak of intense color, like the rest of the carpet, whose colour is also very much alive. It is bordered by a large valance and wider, with a multitude of flowers. The state of preservation is very good and it is provided of a system to be able to install it easily on the wall.

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    • Materials Wool
    • State of conservation Very good
    • Source Europe
    • Source France
    • Dating 18th century
    • Measures 255 x 280 cm (100,4 x 110 in.)

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    Eighteenth-century Aubusson tapestry