Lady Godiva II tapestry shows the lady riding on her horse, a character from the 13th century. Here we see the lady naked and on horseback, with her horse decorated in regal attire. Based on the artwork of John Collier, around 1897, the original of which is in the Herbert Art Gallery. According to legend, the Lady Godiva pleaded for her husband to reduce taxes for the people of Coventry. He said that he would do so if she rode nude through the town. A proclamation was made to have the people stay inside. Peeping Tom was the character who decided to have a look at the scene. This Lady Godiva II tapestry is backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, where pictured, are purchased separately.