Georges Boitard et André Demay - Ateliers de Rambouillet - Tapestry - Linen, wool, cotton, fibranne

Description
Georges Boitard et André Demay - Ateliers de Rambouillet - Tapestry - Linen, wool, cotton, fibranne
France

Large wall tapestry of Ateliers d’Art de Rambouillet (France), signed A. Demay and G. Boitard
Nice hunting scene.
Upholstery in very good condition.
Art Rambouillet tapestries produce beautiful reproductions of faithful ancient woven tapestries of the 14th and 18th century. They are made using a hand-screen printing process with a system already used in 1600. The explanation of the manufacture is on the back of the canvas (see photo).

The tapestry was made on a fabric: Linen (24%) wool (26%) cotton (24%) fibranne (26%).

The back of the tapestry is a burlap. There are hooks to hang the tapestry (original), visible in the photos.

Dimensions: 1.85 m wide and 1.42 m high

Very good condition.

Will be shipped perfectly protected with tracking.

Lot details
Object
Tapestry
Material
Linen, wool, cotton, fibranne
Designer/ Artist
Georges Boitard et André Demay
Manufacturer/ Brand
Ateliers de Rambouillet
Model/ Name
Départ pour la chasse
Country of Origin
France
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
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