In this tapestry, a verdure scene of a forest in Autumnal colors features a bird in the foreground, similar to its variation without bird. The foliage scene of the forest in Aubusson is typical of the popular verdure tapestries in the 18th century. We see the details of the flowers and plants in the foreground scene with a river leading to the arched bridge in the centre and the softer and more distant village and hills beyond. The play on focus and texture in this piece is lovely, and represents the fascination that the French had for verdures in their time to bring the beauty of nature into the homes and castles of homes and palaces alike. This tapestry is lined and has a tunnel for ease of hanging.