This Renaissance tapestry wall hanging is called Vaux Le Vicomte. Tapestry adapted from the wainscoting decorating the Salle des Buffets at the castle of Vaux-le-Viconte. This castle, built between 1656 and 1661 for Nicolas Fouquet, Superintendent of Finance for Louis XIV, was the masterwork of three gifted artists: the architect Louis Le Vau, Andre le Notre for the gardens, and Charles Le Brun for the interior decoration. On this arabesque setting, inspired by the loggia style of Raphael at the Vatican, one can see emblem of Fouquet, a squirrel.
- Size of the tapestry: 64" x 34", 92" x 42"
- Quality : jacquard woven in France;
- Fully lined & finished with rod sleeve;
- Cotton and viscose blend.
This gorgeous medieval tapestry wall hanging will create a new sense of charm and wonder in your home. Adds warmth and depth to any interior design. Decorate your home tastefully! Great addition to any medieval pictures collection or any tapestry collection.