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Bob Pejman art tapestries - memories or dreams - Belgian tapestry

Bob Pejman art tapestries – memories or dreams

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…

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Alphonse Mucha tapestries - Art Nouveau tapestry wall-hangings

Alphonse Mucha tapestries

Alphonse Mucha tapestries, together with a selection of Gustav Klimt designs, form the extremely popular Art Nouveau collection. Over 15 years ago one of our supplying European weavers bought up another tapestry weaver and promptly dropped the Four Seasons tapestries by Mucha. We expressed disappointment…

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Tapestry weaving in England - from James I to Morris & Co

Tapestry weaving in England

Tapestry weaving in England Tapestry weaving in England sounds initially odd since England is hardly synonymous with tapestry weaving ... unless you consider William Morris. However, there is more to the story than meets the eye. During the medieval period, royalty and aristocracy valued tapestries so…

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The Bayeux Tapestry - early medieval art reproductions

The Bayeux Tapestry

The Bayeux Tapestry must be considered to be one of the most significant pieces of early medieval art. My wife and I were in Normandy several years ago and it seems strange on reflection that we decided not to view this masterpiece. We had visited…

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The most popular tapestries - selecting a tapestry wall-hanging

The most popular tapestries

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…

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Why use Pinterest? - Pinterest for business and pleasure

Why use Pinterest?

Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and many more compete for our time and interests. Do we need another social media site? Why use Pinterest? Many people clearly think so, judging by the rapid growth of Pinterest. I had never been able to raise a spark of…

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A wall-hanging tapestries video - tapestry art available today

A wall-hanging tapestries video

A favourite video?  Maybe not, but it's our own tapestries video! We enjoyed compiling it so hope you enjoy viewing it too. In just over two minutes we have presented a good selection showing the many styles of tapestry art, old and new. There's something for…

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Verdure tapestries - woodland and forest wall tapestry

Verdure tapestries

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…

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Impressionist tapestries - Monet, Renoir, Degas tapestry art

Impressionist tapestries

Impressionist tapestries 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,…

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The Apocalyse Tapestry - Chateau d'Angers tapestries available

The Apocalyse Tapestry

The Apocalyse Tapestry in Angers is one of those historical masterpieces which takes your breath away and then transports you into another world. At the Chateau d'Angers, a controlled climate in the display hall results in fortuitous stage management once you pass through the sets of doors:…

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Large tapestries - matching pairs of tapestry wall-hangings

Large tapestries

We occasionally receive enquiries about large tapestries. Imagine the drama of a really grand tapestry on your wall! To make it easier to locate such pieces of large wall art we have created a separate section on our website simply called Larger Tapestries. This is…

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Monets Garden tapestry - horizontal, woven in Belgium

Monet’s Garden tapestry and the Cat

The Monet's Garden tapestry shown here is one of our most popular tapestries, having numerous different interpretations (horizontal, vertical and square) of Claude Monet's delightful lake garden and its iconic bridge at Giverny in Normandy. Monet lived there for over 40 years and today we…

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My favourite tapestry - medieval or William Morris tapestries

My favourite tapestry

Our tastes in home decor unquestionably change over the years. (When I remember my youthful orange phase this is surely a good thing.)  So my tastes in tapestry art have developed too. We started selling tapestries in 1994 at a time when medieval and William Morris…

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Tapestry finishing

Tapestry finishing refers to the important task of making a woven tapestry into a wall-hanging. Our European weavers produce tapestries on their tapestry looms, these being the all-important design on the front which you admire. However, at this stage they have no backing: they are…

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Quest for the Holy Grail tapestries - Sir Edward Burne-Jones

Quest for the Holy Grail tapestries

The Quest for the Holy Grail tapestries - in 1895-6 Sir Edward Burne-Jones designed a series of six panels with the overall name "The Arming and Departure of the Knights". It was commissioned for a baronial dining hall from Morris and Co. Fortunately for us,…

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Ancient art tapestries - cave paintings as Belgian tapestry art

Ancient Art Tapestries

Cave paintings as ancient art tapestries? This was an unusual conversation topic for me this morning with my naturopathic doctor. I was having some acupuncture treatment and we talked about the depiction of cave paintings in tapestry art as she slowly turned me into a pin…

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Gustav Klimt tapestries - The Kiss tapestry wall-hanging

Gustav Klimt tapestries

Gustav Klimt tapestries designs are the most noticeable new trend in tapestry weaving. Several French, Belgian and Italian weavers have produced some gorgeous designs. We will be exhibiting our European tapestries at a trade show in early March and one wall of the booth will consist…

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Contemporary tapestry wallhangings - fine art, floral, landscapes

Contemporary tapestry wallhangings

Contemporary tapestry wallhangings are very much in vogue today. When we started selling tapestries over 20 years ago the selection was definitely historical in choice: medieval, Louis XIV, William Morris and the like. However it was inevitable that this would change regardless of decor fashion. If…

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