Technique: Polychrome hand Origin: Italy Age: New Welft: Wool Warp: Linen and cotton
Tapestry De Rambouillet - Polychrome reproduction on textile of "Versailles" tapestry, XVIIth. Cent.., Pau Museum. The reproduction of the original piece happens through long and scrupulous stages of workmanship to work of a équipe of artists of DE RAMBOUILLET Company that use secrets and techniques of Renaissance masters. Beginning from the full-size reproduction of the pattern on a cardboard, the films are realized then, one for color, hand drawn on looms spread of gelatin. For every tapestry are used by 12 to 17 serigraphy looms. Even if they are reproductions, every tapestry will always have different nuances of color, so to speak of unique pieces. The art critics define the De Rambouillet tapestries "the best reproductions of existing antique tapestries to the world"!