Hunts of Maximilian tapestry shows a hunting scene of Emperor Maximilian I in glorious detail. This medieval art shows superb detail, in a scene which represents the month of April, the start of the hawking or falconry season, under the star sign of the bull. Maximilian I (1459-1519) was the ruler of both the Holy Roman Empire and the Spanish empire at the same time. Here we see the scene in superb detail with foliage of the countryside providing natural beauty to this scene where the court's men and the emperor on horseback are seen hunting with their hounds in a sport which was a favorite past time of royalty. Full of splendid color and detail, this work is a documentation of historical information as well a work of art.