Category:Aubusson tapestries

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English: The Aubusson tapestry manufacture of the 17th and 18th centuries managed to compete with the royal manufacture of Gobelins tapestry and the privileged position of Beauvais tapestry. Tapestry manufacture at Aubusson, in the upper valley of the Creuse in central France, may have developed from looms in isolated family workshops established by Flemings that are noted in documents from the 16th century.
Français : La tapisserie d'Aubusson compte six siècles d’histoire : depuis les « verdures » du sur la liste représentative du patrimoine culturel immatériel de l’humanité.