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Girl Defending Herself Against Love
37" x 52"
$288.99
$144.49
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Girl Defending Herself Against Love-William Adolphe Bouguereau-Wall Tapestry

Girl Defending Herself Against LoveBy William Adolphe Bouguereau

$288.99
$144.49
37" x 52"
Wall Tapestry
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About This Piece
The Art
An amazing array of up to eighteen miles of yarn coming together to form a wonderfully unique work of art Tapestries are incredibly durable since they are unbreakable and can be moved touched dropped ironed or vacuumed and can be easily stored The imagery you selected has been woven using European jacquard looms creating a perceptible and tangible texture and warmth to the art The texture adds dimensionality to the image which when viewed at a subtle distance creates major visual impact A metal rod and finial are included in addition to brackets and hardware for easy hanging brbull Made in the USA

This wall tapestry will add a touch of old world charm to your décor. Made in the USA by skilled artisans using Jacquard looms, tapestries are created from pure cotton yarn. An iron rod and finial are included with the brackets and hardware for easy and elegant hanging.
The Artist
William Bougeureau (1825 – 1905) populated his lush fantasy world with an idealized array of mythological figures, angels, women and children. A consummate craftsman and master of human anatomy, he utilized a delicate palette and glorious light to sensitively capture nuances of personality and mood, vibrantly bringing the soul and spirit of his subjects to life. Most of his 800 works were life-size, and their unique style and subject matter gained him a passionate following of students and imitators. He was also a member of the French Academy, which he singlehandedly opened to women.