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Vintage

Framed French Tapestry Cartoon, C. 1780

KennethR New York

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Framed French Tapestry Cartoon, C. 1780

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Product Information

Era:

Antique; 18th century

Condition:

Good; minor flaws from age and use

Materials:

wood/glass/linen/paper/paint

Damage Information:

None

Size:

21" W x 25" H

Color/Finish:

black frame

Why We Love This

Hand-painted 18th century tapestry cartoon (study for a tapestry) mounted on linen in ebonized carved wood and gesso 1900s frame.
As described by KennethR New York

Why We Love This

Hand-painted 18th century tapestry cartoon (study for a tapestry) mounted on linen in ebonized carved wood and gesso 1900s frame.

About KennethR New York

Stylist KennethR has designed prints for Burberry, Donna Karan, Anne Klein, and Cynthia Rowley, and has been featured in such publications as Elle, Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, and Marie Claire. With a penchant for textiles and home furnishings, he collects fabrics and objects from around the world, blending both to create a rich design aesthetic that transcends time and place.