Tapestry Le Feu - Jules Pansu
Tapestries

The fire

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Tapestry The Fire, famous scene from the Angers Apocalypse hanging.

Tapestry The Fire, famous scene from the Angers Apocalypse hanging.

Extract from one of the six panels of the Angers Apocalypse Tapestry woven at the end of the 14th century by Nicolas Bataille from the cartoons of Hennequin de Bruges for Duke Louis I of Anjou.

Tapestry in jacquard weaving woven and made by the workshops of Jules Pansu, Les Tissages de la Lys, located in France in Flanders. Our workshops have been awarded the Entreprise du Patrimoine Vivant (Living Heritage Company) label, a state label recognising excellent craft and industrial know-how.

Living Heritage
Company

Best Workers
of France

Made in
France


Features

Thèmes
Heritage
Fabrication
Jacquard weaving - Tapestry - Cotton back lining - Made in France
Dimensions (approx.)
70x45 cm
105x70 cm
Compositions
95% Cotton - 5% Polyester
Hanging options
Hanging either by hooks placed in the eyelets provided, or by a rod or a wooden slat slipped into the sheath for a concealed hanging
Orientation
Portrait
Care instructions
Lightly vacuum to remove any surface dust - Professional clean only
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