Grand Harbor II tapestry represents a pinnacle in the tapestry production process in the 18th century. A stunning view of the grand harbor awaits us and the foreground has a grand balcony with musical instruments, a collection of flowers in full bloom and red drape. In the harbor itself a large sailing ship is whisking off to the left as it leaves harbor for trade and untold adventures. Originating from the Beauvais at the Manufacture de Beauvais under the rule of Napoleon the 3rd which sparked off an unusually creative period in the renowned tapestry production center, this tapestry represents a life in the 1700s where science and art were romantically and equally regarded by the nobles. The science of foreign discovery through sailing ships to explore distant lands as well as the emergence of fine art in paintings, tapestries and music, the European world then has been romantically thought of as an epicenter of creativity and abundance. The architecture in the balcony and columns are beautiful ancient Greek in style and sets the scene beautifully. Grand Harbor II tapestry represents the sentiments of all this in a work that is detailed yet idealistic in appearance in its exceptional use of light. This exceptional tapestry is backed with a lining and a tunnel for easy hanging.