Francois Boucher tapestries flowed from the prolific work of Louis XV’s court painter who was the dominant force in French art in the second half of the 18th century. Francois Boucher was born in Paris in 1703. (Being born early in a century provides the opportunity to be a dominant force in one’s field for […]
Landscapes tapestries are generally traditional in nature, such as forested verdures and hunting scenes but there are striking modern views, often set in town settings. All these we illustrate and discuss in our tapestry wall-hangings blog.
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Our Bob Pejman art tapestries collection comprises many romantic landscapes tapestry designs: idyllic old-world scenes in settings like Lake Como, Venice, Capri, Tuscany and the Amalfi Coast. We are pleased to feature these in the Landscapes section of our Contemporary tapestries. These are favourite places in the world for many of us, or are planned […]
Verdure tapestries have a timeless appeal with their peaceful natural settings. The term “verdure” is derived from the French “vert”, translated as “green”, reflecting the lush greenery common to them. Forests and woodlands, sometimes with winding streams and lush green vegetation, set the scene. They were first woven in the 16th century, hence after the […]
What are the most popular tapestries? Would a list help to guide you about which will most suit your home setting? Should this be an objective list chosen from our QuickBooks reports or a subjective list decided by degrees of customer liking? Our tapestry website does have a category of best selling tapestries so this […]