The taste for tapestries lasted until the late XVIII century and disappeared together with the rare, austere and dark furniture they framed.

The tapestry weavers found themselves competing with a demand for paintings that, more sophisticated and profound, was an aspect that a men-at-arms were not interested in cultivating. During the XV century, tapestries constituted the sole decorations of walls and the fact that they were considered “moveable frescoes” and often followed their owners on long and perilous moves. This is one reason that today they are rare and sought-after objects of art.

Opero prevalentemente nelle aree di Torino, Genova, Milano, Venezia, Roma e in Costa Azzurra ma posso eventualmente raggiungere qualsiasi altra destinazione.