Medieval, Renaissance & European Artifacts & Art : Tapestry

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Les Vendanges - Grape Harvest - Musee de Cluny - Paris : In these early tapestries, isolated figures or compact groups stood out against a background that was generally plain or embellished with plant motifs. From the fifteenth century onwards, tapestries become more complex, depicting crowded battle scenes or large groups of figures arranged in tiers under architectural constructions.

LOT 938 : 71" x 46", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

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Les Vendanges - Grap

La Dame A L'Orgue - Organ Player - Musee de Cluny - Paris : The late fifteenth and entire sixteenth centuries were indisputably dominated by Brussels, a major center after Arras and Tournai and pioneer of a new style. The Renaissance, under Italian influence, revolutionized the art of tapestry making: the tapestries now depicted important figures in casual postures against a background of distant perspectives and landscapes.

LOT 940 : 39" x 52", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

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La Dame A L'Orgue -

Le Menage Royal - The Royal Carosel - Musee du Louvre, Paris : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 901 : 25" x 38", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

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Le Menage Royal - Th

La Dame et l'Licorne - The Lady and the Unicorn - Atelier de Tournai - XV - Cluny Museum : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 902 : 67" x 56", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

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La Dame et l'Licorne

La Tonte des Moutons - Sheep Herding - Musee Royal d'Art et d'Historiere de Bruxelles : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 903 : 73"x 53", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

          NEW CATALOG: CLICK FOR PRICE & TO ORDER ITEM 903

La Tonte des Moutons

La Cueillette des Fruits - Fruit Picking - Musee du Louvre - Paris : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 904 : 69" x 39", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

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La Cueillette des Fr

La Licorne Captive - Unicorn in Captivity - Metropolitan Museum of Art - New York : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 905 : 38" x 57", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

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La Licorne Captive -

Le Messager - The Messenger - Musee d'Art Mural, Vienne : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 906 : 39" x53", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

          NEW CATALOG: CLICK FOR PRICE & TO ORDER ITEM 906

Le Messager - The Me

Charles d'Orleans - Charles of Orleans - Musee des Arts Decoratifs : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 907 : 55"x69", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

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Charles d'Orleans -

Le Cor - The Horn - Metropolitian Museum of Art - New York : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 908 : 27" x 35", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

          NEW CATALOG: CLICK FOR PRICE & TO ORDER ITEM 908

Le Cor - The Horn -

Le Castel - The Castle - Metropolitian Museum of Art - New York : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 936 : 27" x 35", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

          NEW CATALOG: CLICK FOR PRICE & TO ORDER ITEM 936

Le Castel - The Cast

L'Affut - Gathering for the Hunt - Metropolitian Museum of Art - New York : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 937 : 27" x 35", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

          NEW CATALOG: CLICK FOR PRICE & TO ORDER ITEM 937

L'Affut - Gathering

Le Depart Pour La Chasse - Departure for the Hunt - Musee de Cluny - Paris : The late fifteenth and entire sixteenth centuries were indisputably dominated by Brussels, a major center after Arras and Tournai and pioneer of a new style. The Renaissance, under Italian influence, revolutionized the art of tapestry making: the tapestries now depicted important figures in casual postures against a background of distant perspectives and landscapes.

LOT 939 : 39" x 39", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

          NEW CATALOG: CLICK FOR PRICE & TO ORDER ITEM 939

Le Depart Pour La Ch

Bethsabee A La Cour - Bathsheba, The Court - Musee d'Ecouen : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 941 : 31" x 44", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

          NEW CATALOG: CLICK FOR PRICE & TO ORDER ITEM 941

Bethsabee A La Cour

Bethsabee Au Palais - Bathsheba, The Palace - Musee d'Ecouen : Tapestries chronicled political, religious, and artistic life in the Western world. In the Middle Ages, tapestry had a purely utilitarian function, immortalizing the feudal lords' war exploits, tapestry was used to decorate the austere walls of their castles or as insulation in the more comfortable quarters.

LOT 942 : 31" x 44", Jute Cotton fabric, Woven and Serigraphed in France

          NEW CATALOG: CLICK FOR PRICE & TO ORDER ITEM 942

Bethsabee Au Palais

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