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88 inch width by 56 inch height
58 inch width by 37 inch height
Weight: 8 pounds
Composition: Cotton Wool Blend
Finish: Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging.
Primary Color: Blue
Secondary Colors: Brown, Beige, Green, Cream
Product Care: Gently vacuum every 6 months. Dry clean only, when required.
Woven in Belgium
History: King Louis Artwork History
Louis XIV is a Belgian made jacquard wall hanging. It is rendered in a three-dimensional, painterly style, the King Louis XIV tapestry depicts the taking of the town of Lille from the Spanish by the French forces of King Louis XIV in 1667. It is one of the History of the King series, which includes 14 tapestries depicting the wartime triumphs of the king. The tapestry features the design of sought after painter Charles Le Brun, who lived from 1619 to 1690, developed by master workers under the tutelage of Jean Morzin at the famed Paris workshop known as les Gobelins between 1650 and 1690.
It is a pivotal moment in the city's history, and one of the Sun King's early military triumphs. Lille, located in the northwest corner of France, shifted from Flemish to Burgundian to Spanish rule along with the various marriages of royalty through the 1400's up to 1667, when it was swept up in Louis XIV's War of Devolution, cementing its character and history in the French tradition.
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