This medieval tapestry shows Romeo and Juliet, the work of Pre-Raphaelite artist Sir Francis Dicksee. In this piece, we see Romeo astride the balcony kissing Juliet the morning after they were married in secret with the help of Romeo's confessor Friar Lawrence, uncertain as to when they will see each other again. On their wedding night, Juliet's Nurse who knew of the marriage, used a ladder to help Romeo climb into Juliet's window on their wedding night. This is the last time that these two lovers are together before Romeo is banished from Verona for killing Tybalt who killed Mercurio. In this tapestry, we see the sumptuous work of Dicksee, filled with rich sumptuous color and detail, in the garments of the lovers as well as the Italian architecture and abundant flora. This is one of the most famous paintings by Dicksee who specialises in romantic scenes from literature from the medieval period. This tapestry is backed with a lining and has a tunnel for easy hanging.