Woodlands

Woodlands tapestry - Jagaloon verdure tapestries

The Woodlands verdure tapestry of a woodland scene is from a series of verdure tapestries that were designed in the mid sixteenth century by Flemish painter, Michael Coxcie (1499-1592) and woven in Brussels. Known as the Jagiellonian Tapestries they were commissioned by Sigismund II Augustus, King of Poland from 1548 to 1572. 136 tapestries from this commission are on display at the Wawel Royal Castle in Cracow, Poland.

This Belgian verdure tapestry, sometimes called The Forest, is lined and has a tunnel for ease of wall-hanging. We enclose tapestry hanging information with each order.

Here is a closeup detail below:

 Woodlands tapestry closeup detail

 

 

Woodlands

RL145FL

$800.00

The Woodlands verdure tapestry of a woodland scene is from a series of verdure tapestries that were designed in the mid sixteenth century by Flemish painter, Michael Coxcie...MORE

65"x51"
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