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Unique Collection of Antique Tapestries Exhibited in Moscow
5.06.2012 14:13
Unique Collection of Antique Tapestries Exhibited in Moscow
Tapestries of Luis XIV

Boccara Gallery in Moscow welcomes visitors to see and estimate the taste of Louis XIV, the biggest fan of luxury of all times.
      
      At the exhibition one will also see original wallpapers of Luis XIV. The gem of the collection is the tapestries Maksimilian's Hunting, which were kept in the famous Palace of Fontainebleau in France. The exhibition also presents tapestries on a variety of other plots and interesting stories, such as, for example, Conquests of Cyrus the Great and Portraits of Gods.
      
      The Boccara Gallery is one of the most authoritative in the world of galleries of antique French rugs and tapestries. It was opened in the mid 20th century in France.
      The exhibition runs till June 17.
      
      Source: wday.ru
      
Author: Vera Ivanova


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