The sense of taste is represented here in this tapestry Le Gout Fonce. The lady is seen taking candy or sweets from a dish held by her maid servant. There are an assortment of forest creatures such as rabbits and squirrels in the red background of mille fleur design. The scenes representing the 5 senses as well as the sixth representing love is a much loved work of art from the medieval period. The tapestries were found in 1841 by French dramatist and historian Prosper Merimee in Boussac castle in Limousin of central France. This tapestry "Le Gout Fonce" is backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging.