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Beauvais Royal Manufactory
Reference :
9 554
H. 264 x L. 228 cm / H. 8ft 8 x W. 7ft 6

Tapestry of the Beauvais Royal Manufactory

From the Grotesques à Fond Jaune series

Cartoon by Jean Baptiste Monnoyer, Design inspired by Jean Bérain,

Louis XIV period, circa 1700

Finely woven in wool and silk – warp in wool (8 to 9 threads per cm), weft in wool and silk


At Beauvais from 1689 onwards were woven a series of Grotesques on a yellow ground comprising six subjects and inspired by the works of Jean Berain the 1st.  This extremely decorative series enjoyed great success and was woven with different designs of borders (« Chinoiseries » borders and borders imitating different styles of picture-frame moulding).  All the major museums in United States, Europe and France have one or several tapestries of this serie.

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