"The Huntsmen Hunting Tapestry Of Lille, Eighteenth Century"Carries the mark of the city and the signature of the workshop at the bottom of the composition: a white lily flower on a gradual basis, between L. and F. and VEUVE DE GUILLAUME (active from 1738 to 1778). Large and picturesque tapestry decorated with a clarion. On the right of the composositio, a group of three hunters, one of whom wears a bright red coat, share a snack, after a hare hunt. frills and a hare, hunting lard, prettyrestreint ...... but the day is not over.On their left, three dogs seem to eat equally while a fourth catch in saguele another game and a hare dekamp to the left of the composition. A pretty narrow border imitating a frame decorated with a winding of acanthus leaves, around a white and red ribbons, frames the tapestry.Tissèe in wool and silk.