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Aubusson Tapestry "verdure" After Oudry 18th Century

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Aubusson Tapestry "verdure" After Oudry 18th Century

Pretty tapestry called "verdure" representing a hunting scene in a lush forest. In the foreground a deer is hunted by a pack of dogs. There is also a raptor flying over the stage and in the background a castle. This tapestry is surrounded by a border decorated with geometric patterns. Aubusson Good condition, some restorations of use 18th century Historical Annecdote : Jean-Baptiste Oudry (1686-1755) was initially a recognized animal painter (he realizes his masterpiece, a portrait of the royal pack of Louis XV around 1728), before leading the Manufacture of Beauvais and advising in his works [...]

Period : 18th century

Antique dealer : Gérardin et Cie

Gérardin et Cie


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