Allegory of Good Government tapestry

Allegory of Good Government tapestry

The Allegory of Good Government tapestry is from the three frescoes by Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Painted in 1338 and 1339 in the Palazzo Publicco, Siena, the council hall where the elected officials met. The full series "The Allegory of Good and Bad Government" reminded them of their responibilities. In this Italian wall-hanging tapestry we get to peek inside a 14th century city: we see the Peaceful City and the Peaceful Country.

The tapestry is woven in Italy in 53% viscose and 41% cotton and is fully lined, with a rod pocket for easy wall-hanging - we provide instructions for this with each order.

Allegory of Good Government tapestry

ME233MT

$205.00

The Allegory of Good Government tapestry is from the three frescoes by Ambrogio Lorenzetti. Painted in 1338 and 1339 in the Palazzo Publicco, Siena, the council hall where the...MORE

26"x62"
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