Fruit and floral tapestries
Flowers and flower buds bring a natural beauty and vitality to any decor.
Flowers have been used in tapestries as a mille-fleur (French for ‘thousand flower’) background composed of many flowers and leaves, as well as the main subject in a work of art.
Many artists who were famous for still-life art featuring flowers were women, and their works featured an abundance of flowers created for their visual appeal and pleasure, to delight the senses.
Ruysch, a famous Dutch painter, captured imaginations for years to come with her works of flowers during the 18th century in Europe.
Contemporary artists such as Bianchi and de Villeneuve have created works with their masterful use of light and composition, which rival that of the master painters.
Some floral tapestries are botanical studies in themselves, with a balance of science and artistic beauty.
Our wide selection of fruit and floral tapestries captures the magnificence of flowers, fruits and features designs from various historical periods. Browse our extensive selection of floral wall tapestries here: