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Les Sonneurs du Roi - Les Tambours tapestry, woven in France and painted originally by Joseph Fuchs (1861) might best be interpreted as The Hunt Musicians of the King or The Hunt Horn Players of the King - The Drummers.
Regardless of the exact interpretation of this wall art's name, it truly is a great composition and beautiful work-of-art for your wall decor.
Size measures: 48 inches wide x 48 inches high - 5 pounds
Composition: 80% Cotton, 20% Viscose and Polyester blend.
Finish: Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging.
Primary Color: Green
Secondary Color: Cream
Woven in France, vacuum genlty or dry clean as needed. Rods and tassels sold separately.
History: Les Sonneurs du Roi - Les Tambours (center panel) is a European jacquard wall hanging. The King's pipers and drummers are the subject of this exquisitely detailed tapestry based on the work of Charles Le Brun (1619 - 1690). The work of Le Brun is famous in French history through the times of King Louis XIV when he became the first painter to the King. This series does not evoke particular battles, but rather the current activities of marching armies of this time. In this scene we see a man, woman,child and their dog interacting with the musicians. The landscape is beautiful and idyllic with intricate detail in the foliage of the trees, plants and landscape of the countryside The river behind them produces a luscious backdrop to the scene.
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