XV siècle

Tapestry 1

Way of the cross

  • Set of the passion of the christ
  • Arras or Tournai
  • C.1450
  • Wool and silks
  • 9’8,1″ X9’1.1″

XVI siècle

Tapestry 2

Feuille de choux with a balustrade

  • Flanders
  • Audenarde
  • Middle of the 16th century
  • Woven in wools and silks
  • 9’4.2″ x 8’6.3″
Tapestry 3

Banquet invites bonne compagnie and friends

  • Set of the condamnation of banquet
  • Tournai
  • First quarter 16th century
  • Woll and silks
  • 13,5 x 11,1 feet
Tapestry 4

The Whaling

  • Series of “Grotesques de la couronne”
  • Flanders-Brussels
  • Workshop of Cornelis and Jan Mattens
  • Cartoons attribuée to Giulio Romano
  • Late 16th century
  • Woven in wools and silks
  • 13’7.3″ x 18’0.5″
Tapestry 5

war scene

  • Flanders
  • Circa 1600
  • Wool and silks
  • 8ft2.42 x 8ft2.42

XVII siècle

Tapestry 6

Bacchanalian children – the city

  • Series of the “Naked boys”
  • England – Mortlake Manufactory
  • ca 1660-1670
  • Woven in silks ans wools
  • 10’4″ x 8’8.3″
Tapestry 7

The birth of Marie

  • The birth of marie
  • France- XVII century
  • Wool and silks
  • 9ft6.17 x 8ft10.29
Tapestry 8

April

  • Set of the twelve month
  • France
  • Attributed to the worshop of Pierre Damour in Reims
  • 17th century
  • Wool and silks
Tapestry 9

The fishing

  • France
  • Circa 1600-1630
  • After Stradanus
  • Needlpoint on canvas
  • Wool and silk
  • 8ft4.39 x 3ft7.3

XVIII siècle

Tapestry 10

Verdure with a lynx

  • Series of the “Verdures aux oiseau de la ménagerie”
  • Beauvais royal manufactory
  • Cartoon attributed to Firens
  • Early 18th century
  • Woven in silks and wools
  • 11’3.8X 15’1.1″
Tapestry 11

Bacchus

  • Tenture des Grands Dieux
  • Paris -rue Mouffetard
  • Workshop of Gilles Bacor
  • Circa 1710-1714
  • Wool and silk
  • 11’6″ X 14’7″.
Tapestry 12

The Wash or the Garden

  • Seconde tenture chinoise
  • Royal Manufactory of Beauvais
  • Cartoons by Jean-Joseph Dumons after François Boucher
  • Woven in silks and wools
  • Circa 1758-1760
  • 11’9.7″ x 11’3.8″
Tapestry 13

The dance

    • Seconde tenture chinoise
    • Cartons de Jean-Joseph Dumons after François Boucher
    • Royal Manufactory of Beauvais
    • Woven in silos and wools
    • Circa 1758-1760
    • 12’1.7″ X 16’4.1″
Tapestry 14

The Earth

  • From The Elements
  • After Charles le Brun
  • Royal Gobelins Manufactory
  • Circa 1700
  • 9ft2.2 x 5ft1
Tapestry 15

Verdure with birds

  • France-Valenciennes
  • Nicolas Billet workshop
  • Cartoons after Dubois
  • Early 18th century
  • Woven in silks and wools
  • 10’5.5″ W 6’6.7″.
Tapestry 16

The meal

  • Seconde tenture chinoise/
  • Cartoons by Jean-Joseph Dumons after François Boucher
  • Royal Manufactory of Beauvais
  • Wools and silks
  • Circa1758-1760
  • 12’1.7″ x 16’4.1″
Tapestry 17

The fair

  • Seconde tenture chinoise
  • Cartoon by Jean-Joseph Dumons after François Boucher
  • Royal Manufactory of Beauvais
  • Woven in Wools and silks
  • Circa 178-1760
  • 11’5.7″ x 20’10.8″
Tapestry 18

Defeat of count de Marsin

  • Frome the set of “History of the king”
  • Cartoons by Charles le Brun and Adam François Van der Meulen
  • Gobelins royal manufactory
  • Wool, silk and golden threads
  • Woven between 1711 and 1715
  • 12’5″ x 19’0.3″

XX siècle

Tapestry 19

Needlepoint screen

  • Jean Lurçat
  • Wool on canvas
  • Circa 1920-1925
  • Signed
  • 7ft1.4 x 2ft5.9cm each panel

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