Jardin des Delices - Pansu Woven Tapestry
This work-of-art if a very special wall hanging woven in France using the finest Gobelins Loiselles Stitch and is a fine Pansu tapestry, which is highest quality French tapestries. The Jardin des Delices, Pansu Tapestry is inspired by Joseph fuchs painting in 1861 called Eden. The Lily of the Nile and Amaryllis tapestries are the perfect complement to this beautiful wall art.
In the 18th century Europeans demanded the exotic art that could depict stories told by travelers to faraway lands and Gobelins was there to supply that demand. These woven goods took Europe by storm and everyone desired one of these exotic European Tapestries such as the Gobelins Loiselles Stitch Jardin des Delices, Pansu Tapestry Wall Hanging displayed in their home.
Size and Weight: 58 inches wide by 35 inches tall - 4 pounds
Material: 80% Cotton, 20% Viscose and Polyester blend.
Primary Color: Green
Secondary Color: Blue
Country: Woven in France - Gobelins Loiselles Stitch - Pansu
Category: European Wall Tapestries and Tapestry Hangings
Details: The finest Gobelins Loiselles Stitch, Pansu Tapestry, Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging, vacuum or dry clean as needed.
History: Jardin des Delices, or Garden of Delights, is a European jacquard wall tapestry. It is an extract taken from a wallpaper called Eden painted in 1861 by French illustrator Joseph Fuchs (1814-1888). This very large painting represents a beautiful forest. It enabled the new bourgeoisie to travel to imaginary countries while in the comfort of a home.
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Rod and tassels not included.