London, South Kensington
4 December 2007
LE PAYSAGE A CHASSES, THIRTY-TWO ROLLS OF ZUBER PANORAMIC WALL PAPER
depicting hunting scenes in four panoramas
Each roll 47cm wide x 4m high, approximately 15m in total width (32)
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In about 1803, Zuber et Cie of Rixheim began printing panoramic scenes. The most complicated could require 5,000 blocks to print; this example made use of 1,253.
It was designed by Jean-Julien Deltil in 1831-33.
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