Based on the artwork of Gustav Klimt (1862-1918), as Austrian painter of the 19th century, this tapestry shows his famous work "Idylle". Klimt is one of the most prominent contributirs of the Vienna Art Nouveau movement. His works often portrays the human form which borders on classic representation of form with sensuality and eroticism. Here in this piece we see two Michaelageli like youths, with an image of a woman feeding two children, who almost resembles cherubs in their appearance. As an artist who used allegory, or images to represent an idea or principle, Klimt's work has been thought to peer into the artists mind and reveal some of his most prized ideals. This image of an idyllic mother and children, being observed or protected by two male figures has coundounded historians as to it's explicit meaning. Nevertheless, the classical beauty of this piece along with the Art Nouveau feel has made this artwork a very popular one of Klimt. This tapestry is backed with a lining and a tunnel for easy hanging.