Oak Tree tapestry - medieval tapestries

Medieval Oak Tree

The Medieval Orange Tree tapestry. This tall portiere tapestry is a detail from the Lady with the Unicorn tapestries. One of a pair woven in France.

Fragment of a Tapestry or Wall Hanging, ca. 1420–30. Made in Basel, Switzerland. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. The Cloisters Collection, 1990 (1990.211) | This tapestry fragment represents a fabulous lionlike beast with pointed teeth, clawed feet, and a scaly rump. #cloisters

Fragment of a Tapestry or Wall Hanging Date: ca. Geography: Made in, Basel, Switzerland Culture: Upper Rhenish Medium: Tapestry weave: wool on linen Dimensions: 33 x 29 in. x 75 cm) Classification: Textiles-Tapestries Accession Number:

Le Chevalier French Tapestry - Medieval Tapestries - The original Tapestry, Le Chevalier, wall hanging was woven towards the end of the 15th century in Arras, which is in Flanders and is housed in the ...

Le Chevalier French Tapestry

Le Chevalier French Tapestry Medieval Tapestries The original Tapestry, Le Chevalier, wall hanging was woven towards the end of the century in Arras, which is in Flanders and is housed in the Mon

John Henry Dearle Greenery tapestry which he created in 1892.   The original tapestry was woven at Merton Abbey using wool, silk and mohair.

Detail of the Woodland tapestry designed by John Henry Dearle (English, for Morris & Co.

Welcome to Dover Publications Medieval Tapestries Coloring Book

Welcome to Dover Publications Medieval Tapestries Coloring Book BJD

A rare Medieval allegorical wool and metal-thread tapestry, Swiss /North Rhine circa 1480 - 1500 | Lot | Sotheby's

rare Medieval allegorical wool and metal-thread tapestry, Swiss /North Rhine circa 1480 - 1500 comprised of two joined horizontal panels wi.

RENAISSANCE TAPESTRY 16TH   La vie seigneuriale - The life of the nobles: Reading. Loire valley workshop, 16th.   Musee du Moyen-Age(Cluny), Paris, France

RENAISSANCE TAPESTRY La vie seigneuriale - The life of the nobles: Reading. Loire valley workshop, Musee du Moyen-Age(Cluny), Paris, France ~oh my gosh that chair cover would be a fun one to make for the new wheelchair!

The Pursuit of Fidelity, c.1475-1500 (tapestry)

The Pursuit of Fidelity, (tapestry) Creator German School, century) Nationality German Medium tapestry Date Dimensions cms

"The Unicorn in Captivity," Medieval Tapestry at the Cloisters, part of the Metropolitan Museum, NYC

"The Unicorn in Captivity," Medieval Tapestry at the Cloisters, part of the Metropolitan Museum, NYC ARC - I would like to make one without the fence and collar. Freeing the unicorn forever.

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