Magnolia Montage tapestry shows a beautiful modern work celebrating the beauty of the magnolia flower. Considered one of the most ancient plant and flower in the work, the Magnolia was named after the French botanist who studied it, Pierre Magnol. The genus Magnolia first appeared in 1735 in the book by Charles Plumier called Genera, based on the studies by Magnol. Here we see a gorgeous and modern montage of the magnolia flower, architectural motifs, wallpapers and calligraphy. This is a modern work with a basis on classical aesthetic principles of proportion, and use of contrasting elements to produce a work celebrating beauty in all its forms. The color palette is beautiful with beiges, greens and blacks. Magnolia Montage tapestry is backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, where pictured, are not included in the price.