Godspeed II shows the lady bidding farewell to her knight, from the glorious work of Edmund Blair Leighton from 1900. The works of Leighton (1853-1922) specialized in medieval subjects, as he produced works which shows life in the medieval period. Here we see the lady in a yellow gown bidding her knight good luck in his red cape on a white horse. The details in this composition is just beautiful with the stone walls, gothic architecture, and pink roses decorating the scene where the knight is departing through the castle gate. The way the light illuminates the scene is masterful as the lady and her gown is shown off beautifully, and is a hallmark of the work of Leighton. A luscious gold border with a leaf motif frames the image. The Godspeed II tapestry is backed with lining and has a tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, if pictured, are not included in the price.