Based on the work of De Villeneuve, this Oriental tapestry has the traditional circular Asian fans in an abstract design. The works of Fabrice De Villeneuve have an ephemeral quality to them, almost a wistful impressionism that is all his own style. And in this piece, he turns to an Oriental theme as the focal point. The Oriental fans, first created in Japan, later appeared in China during the 10th century, and are still an ever present part of Asian culture and decor. Here we see the Zheshan or folding fan, which was used by young ladies of the imperial court for decoration and functionality in ancient China. In the modern day, they are still collected for their charm and the simple beauty of their designs. In this piece, they are used as both the foreground and background with one of the fans fading away in intensity. The reds and beiges evoke a strong yet rustic Asian theme that is unmistakable. This tapestry is backed with a lining and tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, where pictured, are purchased separately.