Design Provenance: Early-18th Century, a suite of three Brussels Teniers tapestries, Private Collection of Wolterton Hall
Named after the renowned Flemish Baroque painter, David Teniers II (1610-1690), Teniers Tapestries typically illustrate rustic and celebratory scenes from peasant life. This bucolic suite, attributed to Flemish weaver Josse de Vos (1661-1734), is typical to the genre, depicting fishermen, sportsmen and a bustling town square.
Rich colours dance across the non-woven paper’s smooth surface. Durable and easy to install, this substrate conveys the details and subtleties of the design. Fully compliant with fire regulation requirements, this substrate is a great choice for contract walling.
- Product: Teniers
- Code: TSW0005-01
- Colour: Copperfield
- Substrate: Non-Woven Paper
- Width: 136cm / 53.75"
- Height: 300cm / 118.25"