In this scene we see the prince and his bride emerging from the church. Based on a work by English artist Edmund Blair Leighton from 1901, this work represents romanticism and realism at the same time. Leighton's works are about medieval and romantic themes, portraying couples as well as ladies in situations of romance, change or fate. In this work, there is both the wedding as well as a call to arms as represented by the groom's interaction with the knight in armor, suggesting a change in the kingdom in more ways than simply a wedding. The tapestry, like in Leightons other works, display a realist approach but also a feeling of romanticism. Call To Arms tapestry is backed with a lining and a tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, if pictured, are not included in the price.