We have some new Impressionist tapestries by Monet, Renoir and Gauguin. That is, new tapestries of old paintings by these Impressionist masters. Weavers in France and Belgium have released several Impressionist tapestries recently, seemingly a trend; one we approve of thoroughly. These two, for example:
Camille and a Child in the Garden is a charming Monet tapestry from a Claude Monet oil painting of 1875 at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston. This personal family scene was painted in the Monet’s garden at Argenteuil four years before his wife Camille died of tuberculosis.
Below is Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s Dance at le Moulin de la Galette. Le Bal du Moulin de la Galette was painted by Renoir in 1876, now exhibited at the Musee d’Orsay in Paris. (Incidentally, if you enjoy Impressionist art this is the art museum to visit.). It shows a Sunday afternoon scene in Montmartre with Parisians drinking, dancing and eating galettes, flat cakes similar to pancakes. Now a Belgian tapestry, this Renoir painting is the fifth most expensive painting ever sold. However, you can enjoy this masterpiece in one of three sizes for considerably less money!
You can browse among over 50 Impressionist tapestries including art wall-hangings by Monet, Renoir, Gauguin, Degas, Van Gogh and others.