Francois Boucher tapestries
Looking for Francois Boucher style tapestries to add beauty and distinct French elegance to your home?
These French styled tapestries often contain the themes of idyllic romance of villagers in the French countryside, quite reflective of the culture and history of this era in France in many ways.
Boucher also depicted mythological and opulence of royalty as well.
His works are most well known for how art moved to the Rococco style in the 18th century, which emphasized romance and light heartedness of daily life, typified by pastoral life in the countryside.
Through this period from Boucher's time in the 1760's, tapestries which were used in the French royal residences for their interior décor.
Want idyllic scenes of Francois Boucher to charm and delight you? See our collection here of Boucher art for your room or home decor: