“Historically, tapestry-making was always the only technique recognised as representing a work of art within the art market.”
Given their monumental and decorative appearance, tapestries have always triggered a great deal of interest from major commissioning bodies, including Embassies and Non-Governmental Organisations. Tapestries therefore become historical symbols, inextricably linked to the sites that host them. The strong ties between PINTON and weaving and dyeing companies guarantee the production of high-quality customised colours and materials. Once the weaving process is completed, the piece is removed from the frame: the surface is levelled and its edges are hemmed and then rounded using scissors.
Photo 1 © Jean-Pierre Dalbéra
Photo 2 © Eduard Bayer