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17th Century French Aubusson Verdure Tapestry

A good 17th century French Aubusson verdure tapestry in wool and silk depicting a a wader in a landscape with ruins at the back.
Provenance : Château Tillède in Arveyres (Gironde), property having belonged to Armand Lotti (1897-1993), pioneer aviator, sponsor of the first French crossing of the North Atlantic in the West-East direction in 1929.


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Aubusson (France) 17th Century


Height: 260cm (102.4 inches)
Width: 200cm (78.7 inches)

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