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Ladies in Castle Wool Persian Tableau Rug (Pictorial Carpet)


You pay: $1,700.00
Retail Price: $2,500.00
You Save: 32.00% ($800.00)

Item#: 1379
Category: Scenery Persian Tableau Rugs
Artist: Hanz Zatzka
Size: 86 x 110 (cm)      2' 9 x 3' 7 (ft)
Origin: Persian, Tabriz
Foundation: Wool
Material: Wool & Silk
Primary Colour:      Border Colour:
Weave: 100% Hand Woven
Age: Brand New
KPSI: 500
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Hanz Zatzka Brand New Persian, Tabriz Wool Scenery Tableau Rug

Ladies in Castle Scenery Persian, Tabriz Wool & Silk Tableau Rug(Pictorial Carpet)500 KPSI 

This beautiful Persian, Tabriz Tableau Rug(Pictorial carpet) is woven in a city called Tabriz. Tabriz is very famous for it’s rug weaving techniques by using double knot. Due to this fact Tabriz rug are best in tableau rug(Pictorial Carpet) and can show lot of details. The quality of Tabriz rug are among the highest & best in the world of rugs. Tableau rug prices typically depend to the # of color and the complexity of the rug.

This beautiful master piece comes with a custom made frame and the picture speaks for it self. 


Hanz Zatzka : Hans Zatzka, also known as P. Ronsard,Zabateri, Pierre de Ronsard, Joseph Bernard and Bern?rd Zatzka, was born March 8, 1859 in Vienna, to a builder and his Viennese actress wife, Hilde Sochor.

Zatzka showed an early interest in painting. From 1877 to 1882 he attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna, studying under Christian Griepenkerl, Karl Wurzinger, and Carl of Blaas. In 1880, at the age of 20, he was awarded the Golden Fügermedal; the golden decoration for services to the city Vienna.

After several trips to Italy, Hans worked in the style of his predecessor, Hans Makart, as a free-lance painter in Vienna, painting ceiling frescoes in stairway houses and residential buildings, numerous murals for altars in churches, and portraits. It was during this time that he developed as special interest in academic genre paintings of idyllic women and cupids.

From these representations, Zatzka turned to painting guardian angel images, elves, sensuous female figures, genre scenes, allegories and other popular motifs. He was a greatly influenced by the operas of Richard Wagner and considered ground-breaking in the production of "bedroom pictures" or "towel format", a term used to describe a format that fit the low ceiling and cramped spaces. By the 1920's this style was the size of choice for most European homes.



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