Cheval Drape was woven in 1735 at the request of Philibert Orry who was the director general of the Bâtiments du Roi, or the King’s Buildings. This French impressionist jacquard woven tapestry wall hanging celebrates the exquisite beauty of the original piece. It represents a fold horse and a camel in floral and exotic scenery. A traditional imagery that was popular in the Orientalism period. A marvelous addition to your home décor motif.