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Symbolist Gustav Klimt spent his summer holidays in Villa Oleander, in Kammer on Lake Attersee, Austria. From his memories of those holidays, Klimt beautifully painted Farm Garden with Sunflowers, or Bauergarten mit Sonnenblumen. Characterized by cheerfulness, for this work the artist made radical use of the diagonal to connect the foreground and background. Klimt studied the works of Van Gogh, and a bit of that influence can be seen in this painting. The foreground is prominent and...
Vincent Van Gogh painted this beautiful still life of delicate almond blossoms in 1890 to commemorate the birth of his nephew. The branches of the almond tree were chosen as a symbol of new life, being a variety that blossoms in early spring in the south of France. The original painting has a clear blue sky. We have translated this and made it available in four different colors: blue-gray, red, teal and yellow! Each comes in a wide variety of sizes and is offered in a square, vertical or...
Old world cartographers made map-making an art form. Here a fine work of art has been translated into textile form. It features the work of Henricus Hondius II, a Dutch engraver, cartographer, and publisher. Initially produced in 1630, this design displays portraits of Julius Caesar, Claudius Ptolemy, Jodocus Hondius, Henricus' father, and Gerardus Mercator. On the map, we also see the four elements of earth, fire, air, and water in all their glory. This wall tapestry is the perfect piece to...
James Burghardt has been a creative force in artwork and graphic design for over 20 years. A pioneer in computer aided design, he has worked for some of the worlds largest software companies, and his artwork has appeared in print, television and computer interfaces. With a keen eye for design and layout, James artwork combines traditional themes with contemporary flair. His unique use of natural elements and color composition complements any environment. Our artisans have masterfully rendered...
This wall tapestry transports viewers away to the beautiful Tuscan countryside, taking them up the steps of an ornate Italian villa. Rich warm tones and textured weaves accentuate the stucco and potted plants, the greens of the plants and trees create a lush brilliance, and the pale blue shutters add a great pop of color. Charming yet not overpowering, this tapestry would be the perfect complement to any design style!
Based on a classic painting by Edmund Blair Leighton entitled 'The Accolade'. It is one of his many paintings depicting the subject of chivalry and has been considered as one of his best-known works. This scene depicts an accolade ceremony where one is bestowed the honor of knighthood. The brave knight dressed in a coat of chain mail armor kneels before the beautiful queen and is sworn in with the edge of a sword. An audience watches on to the right of the scene as witnesses to the ceremony.
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 green background. An excellent tapestry to liven up your space!
Claude Monets Path Through the Corn at Pourville, is one in a series of oil on canvas works, painted during the summer of 1882, in the small French seaside resort of Pourville-sur-Mer. Monets original piece depicts the beautiful view from a path on the top hill overlooking the ocean and the shoreline. With his Impressionist style, Monet takes us away to a serene oceanside landscape, one that is lovely and inviting. Our artisans have carefully translated Monets original artwork into a stunning,...
A beautiful Moroccan inspired wall tapestry. It features the style and flourishes well-known in Moroccan style. Rich burgundy, ochre yellow and accents of cerulean blue will transform your wall into a Moroccan bazaar. This tapestry will be a wonderful conversation piece for any space! Crafted in the USA.
The beautiful and most famous 1889 painting titled Starry Night by Vincent Van Gogh is here rendered as a tapestry wall hanging. Enrich your home with this masterpiece!
A tapestry of the classic painting by Edmund Blair Leighton Entitled 'God Speed' painted in the 1900s. Featuring a beautiful red-haired woman wishing her beloved knight in armor a farewell and safe return as he prepares to ride into battle on his white steed. She ties a red sash around the knight's arm, which he is meant to return. This was typical in medieval times and was meant to assure that the knight returns alive and well. God Speed was the first of several paintings by Leighton on the...
Never has there been a more peaceful country road. The varying colors of green, orange and yellows that line the road are in the first stages of fall. This image makes you want to follow the road to see where it leads.
Enjoy a forest of birch trees in an abstract fashion with this modern wall tapestry. Golden tones and pops of red give life to this woven work of art. Add this tapestry to your home for a real conversation piece!
Florida native, Melissa Graves Brown is a gifted artist with a keen eye for color contrast, and bringing the depth of nature's beauty to her canvas. She finds abundant inspiration in the rich landscape of Idaho, her current home and studio location. This artwork showcases the artist's talent splendidly. The gorgeous golden glow of a grove of birch trees provides a pleasant scene for any space. Bountiful in vibrant shades of yellows, reds, and earthy greens, all set against a brilliant blue...
Four furry felines sleep with no cares among the books. Charles Wysocki has the amazing ability to give these cats personality and life. The books are all cleverly named with the cats in mind.
This exquisite nature-inspired tapestry is a replica of a tapestry woven by the famous artist William Morris (1834-1896) who was the forerunner of the British arts and crafts movement. The scene depicts a quince tree during the fruit bearing season.Atop of the tapestry is a poem that reads:All wrought by the WormIn the peasant-carle's cott.On the Mulberry leafageWhen summer was hot! This poem is about using silk for the tapestry that was made by silkworms eating mulberry leaves in a peasant's...
Elegant yet simple, this wall hanging goes with any decor. This wall tapestry is woven in North Carolina, USA and hand finished by skilled artisans.
This intricate piece translates Paul Ranson's famous 1902 work entitle Apple Tree with Red Fruit into fine textile form. Paul Ranson was a leader of the Nabis, a group of post-Impressionist, avant-garde Parisian artists who combined images of nature with symbols. Inspired by the subdued, stylized forms of traditional East Asian art, this wall tapestry is rich in color, texture, and history. It is the perfect way to add a soothing decorative influence to any space.
This beautiful wall tapestry translates Austrian symbolist painter Gustav Klimt's most enduring masterpiece, The Kiss, into tapestry form. This tapestry was painted during the height of Klimt's Golden Period, it features two lovers in a sweet embrace, both wearing embellished robes featuring Art Nouveau style. Beautiful, vibrant, and romantic, the unique geometric shapes of this piece seem to have a life of their own. Bright yellow hues lend the piece a remarkable vivacity while the golden...
The brilliance of the sun is deflected by a canopy of lush vines in this wall tapestry, inspired by Carl Frederik Aagaard's classic artwork entitled Amalfi Dia Cappuccini. Known for the realism of his oil paintings, Aagaard (1833-1895) made significant contributions to the artistic renaissance of Copenhagen's Golden Age. This majestic piece translates Aagaard's work into tapestry form and exudes warmth and serenity.
This brand new wall tapestry is based on a 1626 map by John Speed a respected cartographer, get captured in its antiquity and vibrancy! The perfect piece for the office or any room that you want to bring a nostalgic feel to.
This wall hanging is the perfect addition to any southwest home decor. Add a touch of heritage to your home with this piece.
An ornate tapestry featuring a design by artist Bob Bergin. This beautiful regal wall hanging displays a heraldic crest and the words love, strength, and, courage in Latin. This wall hanging is woven in rich jewel tones and is completed with an intricate border.
The elegant and colorful plumage of this graceful peacock and his royal blue head make this animal seem regal. He stands atop a decorative urn in a lush garden in this wall hanging.
This wall tapestry features a lovely balcony overlooking a valley of ripe vineyards. Get a delightful view in any room of the house with this tapestry!
In this woven work of art, a meandering path leads out into an open field, while vibrant blooming flowers and foliage along the path create a beautiful walkway begging you to travel down. This tapestry is also framed with a nice traditional border making the picture complete.
The colors of the wall covering depicts warm organically abstract leaves in earth tones. Rich with the colors of autumn, this tapestry is simple yet complex. A single leaf, etched in black is contrasted with a complex palate of fall colors.
This tapestry is a revival of an 1879 piece by William Morris, a renowned English writer, artist, and textile designer. William Morris is accredited with reviving traditional forms of textile arts and methods of production from the Middle Ages. This wall tapestry not only makes a beautiful addition to any home but also pays homage to a true textile mastermind, making use of traditional weaving techniques. With an intricate background, this tapestry also elegantly displays his often used...
Enjoy this brand new tapestry reproduction from the famous Lady and the Unicorn tapestry series. In this scene, the lady stands in front of a tent, across the top of which is written "À Mon Seul Désir", an obscure motto, variously interpretable as "my one/sole desire", "according to my desire alone"; "by my will alone", "love desires only beauty of soul", "to calm passion". Her maidservant stands to the right, holding...
The original Bayeux Tapestry was a series of embroidered linen strips that depicted the pictorial history of the invasion of England by William of Normandy. It is believed that it was commissioned by Bishop Odo, the half-brother of William, and it was made in England and then displayed In Bayeux Cathedral, hence the name Bayeaux. That original Bayeux Tapestry is nearly 1,000 years old and was 230 feet long! This one here is a brand new replica at a very affordable cost.
Rich in color and rich in significance, this awesome Native American Indian tapestry is just the perfect addition to the right home.
This wall hanging is the perfect addition to any southwest home decor. Add a touch of heritage to your home with this piece.
A rich contrast of black, white and red combine to create a simple yet intriguing stand of trees. The depth created by the art is accentuated by the texture of the wall tapestry.
A textile interpretation of a painting by Marcelo Silva called Iris Fields, this tapestry highlights the quintessential Tuscan features that we all think of: cypress trees, terracotta villas, and brilliant purple flowers. Embrace the beauty of the Tuscan landscape in this lively tapestry!
This is one of the most recognized works of Japanese art in the world. It depicts an enormous wave threatening boats near the Japanese prefecture of Kanagawa. The original was painted by artist Katsushika Hokusai in 1830. Mount Fuji can be seen in the background of this lovely wall tapestry.
Sit in a chair and enjoy the beach! This wall tapestry is woven in North Carolina, USA and hand finished by skilled artisans.
An abstract wall tapestry with reds, oranges, and tans. These bold blocks of color juxtaposed with texture makes this tapestry a great statement piece! The awesome splash of colors in this tapestry will light up any room.
An extra long and unique work of art by the Austrian artist Gustav Klimt. This is one of the sketches from the Stoclet Frieze series a 1905-1911 commission for the Palais Stoclet in Brussels. Klimts bold, rich, and vivid artwork has here been translated into a gorgeous textile interpretation, showcasing his brilliant use of geometric shapes, intricate detailing, and a lush color palette. A true masterpiece for your living space!
This modern wall tapestry brings new life to The Hunt of the Unicorn series which originally consisted of seven pieces woven in wool, silk, and gilt. Originally woven in the Southern Netherlands between 1495 and 1505, it was concluded that they were commissioned by Anne of Brittany, to celebrate her marriage to Louis XII, King of France, on December 6, 1491. This was determined by the A and reversed E featured throughout the series which were interpreted as the first and the last letters of...
Ever inspired by the landscape surrounding her Idaho home and studio, artist Melissa Brown captures the enchanting feel of nature. This tapestry provides a wonderfully woven interpretation of the original painting, abundant with vivid color. A majestic tree stands proudly on the shore of a tranquil river, surrounded by glorious, vibrant shades of earth tones, greens, blues, rich gold tones, and hints of lush purple. A gorgeous woven wall tapestry, alive with detail, depth and beauty, and...
An exquisitely woven patchwork of intricate weave designs comes together beautifully in this symmetrical motif featuring warm, sturdy earth tones. A wall tapestry based on French scrolling patterns. Order it with the letter monogram of your choice and make this your next family heriloom!
Gustav Klimt was well ahead of his time as an artist in his use of geometric shapes and subject matter. This wall tapestry depicts a couple embracing with an onlooker and the tree of life in the center.