This exotic tapestry "Bananier" is a detail from the work Paysage Exotique, which was a panoramic wallpaper created in the 19th century, attributed to Isola Bella, Eugene Ehrmann (1804-1896) and Georges Zipelius (1808-1890). European explorers discovered new, exotic flora and plants, including the palm trees seen here with their flowers and fruit, among the luscious setting of a rain forest with bold wide green leaves and an assortment of flowers. The lively foreground and contrasting background evokes the mist and palpable sense of location in this rain forest scene. This large Bananier Paysage Exotique tapestry is backed with a lining and has a rod pocket for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, where pictured, are purchased separately.