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.
Printed on linen previously backed with non-woven paper, this substrate results in extremely graceful, sensitive Tableau Scénique walling. Conveying the design in muted colours, paper backed linen retains depth and integrity thanks to the linen’s softly textured surface.
- Product: Teniers
- Code: TSW0004-01
- Colour: Limestone Turquoise
- Substrate: Paper Backed Linen
- Width: 136cm / 53.75"
- Height: 300cm / 118.25"