A late 18th century tapestry fragment in the rococo style (Boucher , Fragonard etc.) .The four colorful and gaily frolicking figures engaged in a game of "Blind Man's Bluff" . Probably a fragment of a larger tapesty and later encased in a giltwood frame and stretcher .
Some repairs , reweave, sewn patches and spots that are worn thin (visible mainly from back side and not front ) . Typical antique condition of any tapestry . France