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Triumph of the Gods - Panorama


The Triumph of the Gods series of four tapestries depicting subjects from Greek mythology were made during the 1700s from cartoons exclusive to the workshop of Leyniers-Reyndams in Brussels.

The tapestries were designed by the well known artists of the day, Jan van Orley (1665-1735) and Augustin Coppens (1668 – 1740).

The theme of triumph was particularly popular during the Renaissance and Baroque periods. These scenes glorified the gods and heroes of antiquity, surrounded by their attendants and attributes.

Our in-house designers took the four original tapestries and have digitally merged them to create a seamless panorama.

Available in: Olympus and Engravers Plate on Matt Non-Woven Wallpaper, Perla Lux on Oberon Non-Woven

Image: Triumph of the Gods Panorama Wallpaper, Olympus
Triumph of the Gods - Panorama