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Vendanges Portiere Left Side Belgian Wall Tapestry Hanging, Tapestries, Woven, tapestries, tapestrys, hangings, and, the, Renaissance, rennaisance, rennaissance, renaisance, renassance, renaissanse

    This tapestry tells the story of collecting grapes then pressing them to make wine. The original tapestry was woven in Tournai in the 15th century. This is a remarkable representation of the grape gathering and the wine press on a 'Mille Fleurs' background. The original is exposed at the Cluny Museum in Paris, France.

    Vendanges Portiere Right Side Belgian Wall Tapestry Hanging, Tapestries, Woven, tapestries, tapestrys, hangings, and, the, Renaissance, rennaisance, rennaissance, renaisance, renassance, renaissanse

      This Belgian tapestry is a replica of one of the six tapestries in the Lady and the Unicorn series. This tapestry represents the sense of sight. The lady is seated, holding a mirror up in her right hand. The unicorn kneels on the ground, with his front le

      Tree of Life Blue William Morris Vertical Belgian Wall Tapestry Narrow, Hanging, Portiere, Tapestries, Woven, tapestries, tapestrys, hangings, and, the, william, morris, belgium, tree, of, life, trees, wall, tapestry, blue, green, cream, border, leaf, leafs, leaves, vines, belgian

        This wall tapestry is a revival of an 1879 piece by William Morris, a renowned English writer, artist, and textile designer. It showcases William Morris' often used 'mille-fleurs' or 'thousand flowers' motif. This tree of life finds itself among a flurry of activity of birds flying and hovering around. A truly beautiful antique tapestry reproduction with a dark blue background. An excellent tapestry to liven up your space!

        Tree of Life Red William Morris Vertical Belgian Wall Tapestry Narrow, Hanging, Portiere, Tapestries, Woven, tapestries, tapestrys, hangings, and, the, william, morris, belgium, tree, of, life, trees, wall, tapestry, blue, green, cream, border, leaf, leafs, leaves, vines, belgian

          This wall tapestry is a revival of an 1879 piece by William Morris, a renowned English writer, artist, and textile designer. It showcases William Morris' often used 'mille-fleurs' or 'thousand flowers' motif. This tree of life finds itself among a flurry of activity of birds flying and hovering around. A truly beautiful antique tapestry reproduction with a red background. An excellent tapestry to liven up your space!

          Portiere du Licorne Unicorn French Wall Tapestry Hanging, Tapestries, Woven, tapestries, tapestrys, hangings, and, the, Renaissance, rennaisance, rennaissance, renaisance, renassance, renaissanse

            Portiere Licorne is an extract of the famous Dame a la Licorne, or Lady and the Unicorn, tapestry set at the Cluny museum. This tapestry depicts the unicorn on a red and millefleur background.

            Portiere de Licorne Unicorn Belgian Wall Tapestry Hanging, Tapestries, Woven, tapestries, tapestrys, hangings, and, the, Renaissance, rennaisance, rennaissance, renaisance, renassance, renaissanse

              Portiere du Licorne Belgian tapestry is one of many in the Lady and the Unicorn series. This tapestry is a detail of one of the tapestry series: The Lady and the Unicorn These six tapestries were woven in Flanders from designs drawn in Paris in the late fifteenth century, and often considered one of the greatest works of art of the Middle Ages in Europe, now in the Cluny Museum in Paris.

              Portiere du Lion Unicorn Belgian Wall Tapestry Hanging, Tapestries, Woven, tapestries, tapestrys, hangings, and, the, Renaissance, rennaisance, rennaissance, renaisance, renassance, renaissanse

                Portiere du Lion Belgian tapestry is one of many in the "Lady and the Unicorn" series. This tapestry is a detail of one of the tapestry series: The Lady and the Unicorn (French: La Dame ÔøΩÔøΩ_ÔøΩÔøΩ__ÔøΩÔøΩ_ÔøΩÔøΩ___ÔøΩÔøΩ_ÔøΩÔøΩ__ÔøΩÔøΩ_ÔøΩÔøΩ____ÔøΩÔøΩ_ÔøΩÔøΩ__ÔøΩÔøΩ_ÔøΩÔøΩ___ÔøΩÔøΩ_ÔøΩÔøΩ__ÔøΩÔøΩ_ÔøΩÔøΩ_____ la licorne). These six tapestries were woven in Flanders from designs ("cartoons") drawn...

                Portiere Lion French Wall Tapestry lady, and, the, unicorn, red

                  Portiere Lion is an extract of the famous Dame ÔøΩ la Licorne, or Lady and the Unicorn, tapestry set at the Cluny museum This tapestry depicts the the lion on a red and millefleur background.

                  Portiere Bouquet I French Wall Tapestry narrow, panel

                    PortiÔøΩre Bouquet I is a reproduction of the Beauvais tapestries commissioned by Empress Eugenie (Wife of Napoleon III) to the Elysee palace. This jacquard wall tapestry depicts a vase is surrounded by golden columns and topped by a floral suspension and is also known as Elysee Portiere.

                    Portiere Cupidon French Wall Tapestry narrow, panel

                      Portiere Cupidon originates from late 18th century designs made for the hotel de Crillon in Paris This jacquard wall tapestry represent a statue of Cupid surrounded by flower garlands.

                      Portiere Gold Lady French Wall Tapestry narrow, panel

                        Portiere - Gold Lady is one of a pair of portiere hangings in the Directoire style inspired by the murals at the Princess de Polignac's palace. This jacquard tapestry consists of a lady dressed in golden yellow on a cloud surrounded by decoration on a beige background and is also known as PortiÔøΩre dame jaune.

                        Portiere Bouquet French Wall Tapestry narrow, panel

                          Portiere Bouquet originates from late 18th century designs made for the hotel de Crillon in Paris This jacquard wall tapestry represent a Bouquet surrounded by flower garlands.

                          Portiere Cascade II French Wall Tapestry narrow, panel

                            Portiere Cascade II is part of the original tapestry woven in Lille in the early 18th century. This tapestry features part of the original small vertical verdures facing 18th century peaceful landscapes. This tapestry is also known as: Cascade (right door).

                            Keukenhof Portiere II Belgian Wall Tapestry Hanging, Tapestries, Woven, tapestries, tapestrys, hangings, and, the

                              This tapestry features the sight of the Keukenhof (the Parc of Nature) Garden. Keukenhof (Court's Kitchen), also known as the Garden of Europe is situated near Lisse, Netherlands, and is the world's largest flower garden. The flower garden was the idea in 1949 of the then-mayor of Lisse, a small town south of Amsterdam. The idea was to have a flower exhibit where growers from all over the Netherlands and Europe could show off their hybrids which will help Netherlands as it is the world's...

                              Keukenhof Portiere I Belgian Wall Tapestry Hanging, Tapestries, Woven, tapestries, tapestrys, hangings, and, the

                                Keukenhof Portiere I Belgian tapestry features the sight of the Keukenhof (the Parc of Nature) Garden. Keukenhof (Court's Kitchen), also known as the Garden of Europe is situated near Lisse, Netherlands, and is the world's largest flower garden. The flower garden was the idea in 1949 of the then-mayor of Lisse, a small town south of Amsterdam. The idea was to have a flower exhibit where growers from all over the Netherlands and Europe could show off their hybrids which will help Netherlands as...

                                Portiere Blue Lady French Wall Tapestry narrow, panel

                                  Portiere - Blue Lady is one of a pair of portiere hangings in the Directoire style inspired by the murals at the Princess de Polignac's palace. This jacquard tapestry consists of a lady dressed in golden yellow on a cloud surrounded by decoration on a beige background and is also known as PortiÔøΩre dame jaune.

                                  Portiere Cascade I French Wall Tapestry narrow, panel

                                    This Flemish wall tapestry, Portiere Cascade, represents a peaceful landscape with green foliage and a village in the background. The design is part of a tapestry woven in Lille in the early 18th century.