This renaissance tapestry "Spring Boticelli" shows a detail from 'Primavera', or 'Allegory of Spring' by Botticelli, originally created in 1482. This work is one of the most well known pieces of art from the Renaissance and some say in Western art. This tapestry shows the Three Graces, named Aglaea, Euphrosyne and Thalia who are the goddesses of beauty, nature and fertility, with Cupid flying overhead. The entire piece, consisting of these figures as well as Venus, Mercury and Flora is seen as representative of the season of Spring. The original was thought to be a work dedicated to Lorenzo de Medici for the birth of his nephew, and was inspired by a poem by Ovis of the coming of Spring. In this tapestry we see the golden glowing Three Graces in flowing robes in a dance formation, amidst a garden filled with small flowers and fruit trees. A remarkably beautiful detail from a work by the master painter Boticelli. Tapestry "Spring Boticelli" is backed with a lining and has a tunnel for easy hanging. Note: tapestry rod and tassels, where pictured, are purchased separately.