Medeival Style Gazelle Hunting Scene Hand Print by Bourst (?) Gazelles, Hunters, Horses, Trees EverGreen, Dk/Light Taupe Off White Grnd


This Artist "Bourst" created a Handprint of a Medieval Style Hunting Scene in Italy of the 17th Century.

I Researched this in Depth and Could only Come to the Conclusion that the Hunters were representative of Nomadic Bedouin Tribesmen. Antonio Tempesta Painter and Etcher from Florence Italy Became Famous for his Hunting Scenes until his Death in 1603.

It looks Like it was Mounted and Hung as Art. There is Patina and Specks of Rust on the Margins but Does Not Impede the Rest of Piece . Otherwise in Very Good Vintage Condition.

"Hand Printed by BOURST"
I could not read the label clearly
I'm guessing as to the Correct Spelling
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36" Wide x 54" Long (1 1/2 Yards)

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