“Two Roosters” by Lanvin? Roosters in action were a popular theme made famous by Leger, one surmises that this tapestry was commissioned by the Lanvin interior design department.
This is part of a group of modern tapestries that were produced after the second world war in Aubusson as part of a government program meant to re-energize the tapestry making workshops that remained in the area.  
Contemporary artists were encouraged to collaborate with workshop artisans to create new pieces of textile are in very limited numbers.




One of the mid 20th c. modern tapestries produced in Aubusson during the resurgence of tapestry weaving in France after WWII.  Signature is illegible.

3497 Modernist Tapestry “Roosters”