True to the tradition of verdure tapestries from the renowned tapestry manufacturers in Brussels and Oudernaarde regions in the 16th and early 17th century, this tapestry shows a rousing verdure scene. Oudenaarde in East Flanders was a world known centre of tapestry production. In classic verdure scenes such as these, nature takes primary place in the subject matter, with other elements such as buildings or man made features taking second place. The emphasis of verdure tapestries was to bring the beauty of nature to the indoors of aristocracy and middle class to wealthy. In this piece, the wild growth of the trees and the underlying foloage is shown among the background of hills and trees. The greens, golds and browns of this tapestry reminds us of the tones in nature during the transition season of autumn, basking in the evening light. This tapestry is backed with a lining and tunnel for easy hanging.