- Woven in France
- 80% Cotton & 20% Rayon
- Fully Lined
- Rod Pocket in Back
After the famous set of twelve tapestries Les Maisons Royale designed by Charles Le Brun (1619-1690) and woven from 1668 to 1711 by the Royal Manufacture of Gobelins. Allotted to the decoration of royal houses or used as diplomatic presents, all those tapestries were created to the glory of the King of France, Louis XIV (1638-1715). They feature, in the foreground, the sovereign himself and evoke his castles, his entertainments and the pomp of the court. This tapestry pictures Louis XIV hunting in the grounds of the Versailles castle.
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