French Tapestry  by Marc Saint Saens Hand Woven 1950's

French Tapestry by Marc Saint Saens Hand Woven 1950's

Code: 10347

Dimensions:

W: 188cm (74")H: 186cm (73.2")D: 1cm (0.4")

£4,500.00 Approx $6189.82, €5269.32

Original handwoven tapestry "Le Reveille Matin" designed by Marc Saint Saens (1903-1973), Aubusson and woven by Rene Baudonnet. Saint Saens was known as an influential Expressionist painter as well as a major artist in the Rebirth of tapestry in France. He along with Jean Lurcat and Jean Picart Le Doux founded the Association of Tapestry Carton-Painters in 1947 which was the beginning of the revival of 20th century tapestries. They specialized in the Goblin technique, well-known from the north European 'Mille Fleurs' tapestries of the 17th century. This technique enables the artist to make refined multi-color weaves with a strong optical effect.

Creator: Marc Saint-Saëns (Designer)

Style:Expressionist (Of the Period)

Materials and Techniques: Hand-WovenWool

Place of Origin: France

Period: 1950-1959