In this tapestry we see the famous scene from "La Belle Dame Sans Merci II" a poem of John Keats, depicted by Sir Francis Dicksee. This famous poem has inspired many artists to paint scenes from its story including Waterhouse and Dicksee. Here in this tapestry we see the fair lady beguiling the knight who has found a mysterious fair lady on horseback in the woods. She tells him of her true love for him and asks him to ride with her to her grotto in the forest. The use of light and color in this piece is masterful and creates a soft light in which the subtle colors and details of this scene such as the intricate garments of the lady and the knight can be seen well. The posture of the knight suggests that he is already beguiled by her beauty. This medieval art tapestry "La Belle Dame Sans Merci II" is backed with a lining and has a tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, where pictured, are purchased separately.