Le Chasseur Indien
The item depicts an Indian hunter who is hunting with bow and arrow, we see his profile's athletic figure with the arm extended, he is wearing a blue short skirt and a leaves crown, close to him an indian woman with a vase of fruit and flowers. The exotic landscape is characterized by a rich vegetation closed a river in the foreground, inside which there are two Indian men who are looking at the hunter, one giving us his back. Unfortunately due to the colour lost brightness they are kept in a darkness light; the room known as the Council Chamber hosts this collection of ten tapestries depicting hunting scenes, personal gift of the Grand Master of Spanish origin Ramony Perellos Rocaful.


  • Title: The Indian Hunter
  • Creator: Gobelins Manufactory
  • Date Created: 1710
  • Physical Dimensions: Height 470 cm, Width 359 cm

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