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Paris was the European centre for Tapestry Art up until 1337
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, when the army lost, his Tapestries were lost with him. Once the war had finally ended, in 1453
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, the Tapestry industry began to flourish once more. That was, until the French Revolution began in 1789. Once again, France was subjected to the turmoil of war, and during the revolution, many Tapestries were destroyed, to retrieve the precious threads they contained, or sold.

Shortly after, around 1804, there would also be a evolution?within the Tapestry industry
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, thanks to the ingenuity of Joseph Marie Charles, known to his friends as ? Before the invention of his weaving machine, the Jacquard Loom, Tapestry Art was laborious. The Tapestries being painstakingly woven by hand. The Jacquard Loom used unch cards? which, ultimately, made the production of Tapestry Art faster and easier. Therefore, Tapestries became more affordable. Today, the basic principles of the Jacquard Loom continue to be used within the Tapestry Art industry. As you would expect, the machines of today are bigger and faster. However
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, they continue to be referred to as and the Jacquard Loom, are considered to be significant moves forward. With regards to the development of computer hardware and programming. As well as having a huge impact on the mass production of Tapestry Art. It was the concept behind the ability to alter the weave pattern, of the Tapestry, simply by swapping the cards
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, which acted as a catalyst, or and was developed from 1837, right up until his death, in 1871. Most modern commercial Tapestry Art workshops use the Jacquard Loom and rely on computer technology, to transcribe original artworks
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, accurately, into Tapestry Art.

Jacquard was a French silk Tapestry weaver. His invention was actually an improvement on a Loom which had been developed by three Frenchmen previously, over the course of fifteen years; Basile Bouchon was the first around 1725. He was actually the man behind the Looms original conception; Jean Falcon continued to develop the machine, circa 1728; then Jacques de Vaucanson took over, from around 1740, until 1745. Joseph Marie Charles was the ultimate nventor?involved, in the Jacquard Loom creation. He was born in Lyons and by the time he was ten years old, Jacquard was already working on the Loom. His father, a Tapestry Art weaver
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, died and left Jacquard two looms. With these, he began his own Tapestry Art business, however, it was not successful. His wife, in Lyons, was forced to plait straw to make ends meet, and he became a lime burner in Bresse. After joining the troops and losing his son in active service, Jacquard went back to Lyons. It was then he returned to the Tapestry industry and began working on the development of the Loom.

The very first Jacquard Loom was put on display in Paris, at an ndustrial Exhibition?in 1801. By 1806 it had been declared the property of the people
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, and by 1812 more than eleven thousand were being used in French Tapestry workshops. Hand woven Tapestry Art is very expensive to produce. The Jacquard Loom is less labour intensive, even so, it still requires a lot of work to produce a Tapestry with this Loom. It is Joseph Marie Charles, we owe our thanks, for perfecting the invention of the Jacquard Loom. It is his machine which has made Tapestry Art an accessible commodity today, one which we can afford to have in our own homes. Today, these incredible works of art are available to everyone, not just the aristocracy.
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Covering the Costs of Non-public Colleges Covering the Costs of Non-public Colleges June 25, 2013 | Author: Rachael Takase | Posted in Education

A few of the people believe that placing their child into one of the local private faculties is something that might never be a reality in their lives. In their minds
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, this is a break that is available only for families that are regarded as wealthy or for people who've a ton of money in their high-interest accounts. Nonetheless this is not necessarily the case. There are basically several different ways that you can come up with the funds needed to send your kid to one of those first-class institutions.


Firstly, many non-public faculties offer bursaries. In contrast to what some may believe, they understand that everyone doesn't actually have the money to cover all the costs. they offer opportunities for scholars to have some or maybe all of their teaching paid for. So , if your child is particularly bright, you might want to permit them to apply for one of the stipends. Not merely will this give them a chance to have their fee waived, but it will also give them.
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