An important and rare room-size Louis XV 18th century “toile peinte” panel, depicting an Aubusson-style landscape with a mansion (or chapel), trees, classical pillars, foliage, whimsical birds, flowers, and a parrot. Sometimes referred to as "tapestries" though these were used in place of the much more common woven works. This well-preserved piece was executed at the Tournemine workshop, in Angers, France, directed by artist Coulet de Beauregard, circa 1770. The particularly vibrant blues are primarily Prussian blue, a color that was newly invented at the time. Similar works, considered national treasures, hang in the Musee Prebytere Savennieres in Angers, France.
An interesting video (in French) discussing these "peintures sur tentures":
Further information on the collection in the Musee Presbytere Savennieres can be found here and elsewhere: