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Poulin DesignHOKUSAI, Cascade of amidaJacquard weaving33cm x 45cm(Product number #5320)DKK 700
Poulin DesignHOKUSAI, La vagueJacquard weaving33cm x 45cm(Product number #5004)DKK 700
Poulin DesignARA STARCK, Les profils a la mainJacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #6828)DKK 1.500
Poulin DesignLeif Sylvester, Fra alle siderJacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #6026)DKK 1.200
Poulin DesignCARL HENNING PEDERSEN, HimmelflugtenJacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #7609)DKK 1.200
Poulin DesignMAGRITTE, Le sourire du diableJacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #6852)DKK 1.200
Poulin DesignP.S. Krøyer, Sommeraften på Skagen SønderstrandJacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #5321)DKK 1.200
Poulin DesignPICASSO, Le RéveJacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #4958)DKK 1.200
Poulin DesignKANDINSKY, Kleine welten VIJacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #4992)DKK 1.200
Poulin DesignMIRO, Femme se promenant (1931)Jacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #4973)DKK 1.200
Poulin DesignPICASSO, Faune jaune et blev jovant de la diaule, 1946Jacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #7020)DKK 1.200
Poulin DesignPICASSO, Portrait de Nusch EluardJacquard weaving45cm x 45cm(Product number #4959)DKK 1.200
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Mere om Art weavings and Art cushions
THE HISTORY OF JULES PANSU
Here in Belle Art Gallery we are proud to be cooperating with Poulin Design, the sole importer of Jules Pansu’s exclusive products, consisting of art tapestries and pillows in Scandinavia and Germany.
Jules Pansu started designing tapestries and textiles in the mid-19th century.
Jules Pansu established the business in 1878 on 42nd Rue du Faubourg Poissonnière.
The exclusive business is still to be found at this very address and is still family owned.
Jules Pansu established the production facilities in Halluin, French Flanders, and joined an artist group with over 600 years of experience in tapestry art.
In the year 1919 the son, also named Jules, joined the business and continued the successful family business.
Jules the 2nd was later succeeded by his three sons; Robert, Jean and Bernard, who in 1946 joined the traditional family business.
Eric and Alain Pansu took over the operation of the business in 1976 and thus the 4th generation was engaged in the design and production of woven pillows, rugs and tapestries of superior quality.
Jules Pansu continues to expand as a family business both in France and internationally.
The 5th generation, Guillaume Pansu, the son of Eric Pansu, joined the company as of 2018 thus insuring the continuity of the family business.
The weaving mill continues to produce tapestries, rugs and pillows in the utmost of quality portraying that of the great world artists – thus continuing the family traditions.
Jules Pansu has the exclusive rights to produce art tapestries for the succession of Picasso and Fundació Joan Miró and therefore the right to reproduce the works of the artists using weaving techniques.
It is Joan Mirós grandson himself, Joan Punyet Miró, who selects and approves the weavings of his grandfather’s works of art.
Picture: Joan Punyet Miró with Catherien Deneuve.
Jules Pansu has also acquired the exclusive rights to producing weaves of the works of great artists like Kandinsky, Magritte, Léger, Kupka, Klee and Malevich.
THE HISTORY OF WEAVING
As far back in history as Homer’s Illiad one has been able to trace forms of textile art and weavings.
The preparation of tapestries is a part of the old French heritage that belongs to the world’s most exclusive and highbrowed ones.
Since the middle age’s artists and weavers in Paris, northern France and Val-de-Loire has created exclusive, refined, complex and very durable tapestries that to this day is being admired in many international museums and castles all over the world.
In 1160 Jean-Baptiste Colbert, the financial minister of Louis XIV, founded “Les Gobelins Tapisserie” followed by “Royale des Beauvais”.
The tapestries created at these weaving mills are among the finest and most exclusive in Europe from the 17th and 18th century.
The same goes for the ones weaved at Aubusson and Felletin.
The tapestries were typically based on the works created by the great and renowned artists of the time like Le Brun, Jean-Baptiste Oudry, Charles Coypel and Francois Boucher.
In the weaving mills of Jules Pansu in Halluin one continues to carry on this proud tradition and specializes in Jacquard weaving – a technique named after the renowned Joseph-Marie Jacquard.
Jacquard invented the technique and the loom that allows for a far greater versatility and finer art in the weaving than previous methods ever could accomplish.