Promenade tapestry detail

Promenade tapestry detail - medieval tapestries

The Promenade tapestry is from a series of six late 15th century tapestries called 'La tenture de la Vie Seigneuriale' in the Cluny Museum, Paris: see our blog post. This detail has a dark blue background on which are placed the mille fleurs flowers and plants known for their real and symbolic qualities. This Belgian medieval tapestry is lined, with a rod pocket for easy hanging.

Below is The Promenade tapestry detail hanging in a medieval-styled room in Los Angeles. Our customer wrote this Google Review "I recently purchased the M259 Promenade tapestry. It is 25"X 39", with two figures. It came to Los Angeles in 4 days. It took my breath away. Beautiful, luminous, like a 14th century work. I've emailed back and forth, detailing my pleasure with the tapestry and the personal aspect of all of the transactions. I'm dealing with friends, who really care about the works that they sell, and care about the customer. I'm so used to buying from a large business, distant and uninterested. The Tapestry House is a family business and it shows in their warmth. Thank you again, sincerely Don". Later they purchased the Edward Burne-Jones Arming and Departure of the Knights tapestry.

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The Promenade tapestry detail hanging in a medieval styled room

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Promenade tapestry detail

ME185FL-D

$195.00$235.00

The Promenade tapestry is from a series of six late 15th century tapestries called 'La tenture de la Vie Seigneuriale' in the Cluny Museum, Paris: see our blog post. This detail...MORE

39"x25"
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