Francois Boucher tapestries
French styled tapestries often contain the themes of opulence and idyllic romance, quite reflective of the French culture and history in many ways.
These works are often suited to room which need a touch of serenity, romance and a touch of the mythical.
French art moved to the Rococco style in the 18th century, which possessed these qualities of romance and light heartedness.
There are many tapestries which were used in the French royal residences for their interior décor, including around the 1760's.
In these designs, we often see idyllic pastoral scenes that will typically charm and delight you.