This tapestry represents an extract from a set of wallcoverings designed by Jean Germain Soufflot (1713-1780) and Maurice Jacques (1712-1784). The original tapestry was woven in Jacques Neilson’s workshops at the Manufacture of Gobelins between 1764 and 1771, for George William, sixth earl of Coventry.
Each tapestry is delivered doubled and ready to hang up on wall. A certificate of authenticity is affixed on the back. Beyond a quality seal, it indicates the point of weaving, the title and the subject of the tapestry, but, what’s most important, registers every tapestry in a matchless craft heritage.