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Kiosk and Flowers wall art
Kiosk and Flowers european tapestries
Kiosk and Flowers wall art european tapestries
Made in France
Kiosk and Flowers French Wall Tapestry

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French Tapestries are usually large tapestries used in the decoration of your bare walls. Decorative Floral Tapestries is woven in France.
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Kiosk and Flowers is a French woven jacquard wall art tapestry. The artwork is an extract from an 18th century painting from France's most renowned botanical painter, Pierre-Joseph Redoute. His work was patronized and highly prized by both Marie-Antoinette and Josephine Bonaparte. The background is a depiction of the shaded gardens of Trianon in Versailles. This tapestry is a companion piece to #9238, Bouquet at the Gazebo.

Kiosk and Flowers French Wall Tapestry

SKU: SOWA-8893-12425

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Artist Pierre-Joseph Redoute
Composition 50% Wool, 40% cotton and 10% others
Origin Woven in France
Weight 3.00 LBS
Dimensions 0.10 x 28.00 x 28.00 IN
Color Pink,Cream,Blue,Beige,Grey,Green,Red

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me 19/04/2020

Awesome as it hangs on the wall in our family room...

Michael Woolweaver 04/03/2020

Great tapestry. Colors look great, picture looks better in person than on the website.

Dorothy Caufield 28/02/2020

The tapestry was beautiful. Color was gorgeous. The fabric was soft. It looks great on my wall. When I look at it, I am reminded of my trip to Venice.

Marry Williams 31/01/2020

It is stunning hanging behind my bed.

Eline Yulea 16/12/2019

Lovely colours and texture. I secured it to the wall by adding a weighted rod to the bottom of the tapestry.