A profusion of flowers in a tall urn setting is seen in this hand woven floral tapestry "Grand Urn Left". The French 17th century portieres were tapestries used to hang on castle walls, tall and beautiful. Here in this handwoven wall hanging, we see a proliferation of flowers on a tall urn, perched on a pedestal. The blooms flow onto the rest of the scene as a garland around the urn and pedestal. The floral still life is placed in the natural garden scene, to further accentuate its beauty. This combination of floral study in the gardens, was a theme explored masterfully in 17th and 18th century verdures. This hand-woven floral and architectural tapestry "Grand Urn Left" comes unlined, and has a rod pocket for easy hanging.
Note: These hand woven tapestries are individually made and can take up to 4-6 months to make.
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