One of the famous six tapestries in 'The Lady with the Unicorn' series. Woven in about 1511 they feature the arms of Jean le Viste. Each represents one of the senses except for this final scene 'A Mon Seul Desir'. These 12' high masterpieces were lost until 1844 when the novelist Georges Sands discovered them in Boussac suffering from damage from rats and damp walls. The Cluny Museum in Paris bought them in 1853 later restoring them. They are now amongst the national treasures of France displayed in their own circular room at the museum. Woven in Belgium in 70% cotton. Lined, with a rod pocket for easy hanging.
This version has a darker red tone. If you prefer a lighter, slightly pinker colour we have ME065.