The Lady and the Unicorn tapestries are among the most beautiful art treasures of the world. They were woven c.1500, probably in the workshops of Flanders, in the medieval style of mille fleurs, a "thousand flowers." The tapestries were discovered in the nineteenth century in the Chateau de Boussac (Creuse), and became part of the Cluny Museum collection in 1882 (see picture of room in Cluny museum). This tapestry has been inspired by the original work entitled "Sight".
Woven on a Jacquard loom by Master weavers
Wall tapestries are woven works of art with texture not found in any other art form. The combination of the thread colors and weaves creates a unique art experience. This tapestry is woven on jacquard loom, fully lined and finished with two rod pockets on the backside so you can hang it easily.
Lady and the Unicorn Sight
Size approx. 39 inches H x 54 inches W (100cm x 138cm)
Weight 2.4 pounds (1.1KG)