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Woven in North America. Wall tapestry of a western mountain scape with foggy cliffs and a calm river is from a painting/artwork of McNorton.. 100% Cotton.. Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging..

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Woven in France. Bouquet Au Drape I is Inspired from Flemish 17th century tapestries, a rich draping makes a canopy over a magnificent bouquet that was very popular in the 18th century. Also known as: Bouquet au drapé (vertical).. 50% Wool, 40%

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Woven in Belgium. Lake Giverny - Claude Monets painting of his lily pond at Giverny is transformed into this beautiful dramatic jacquard tapestry woven in Belgium. Monet painted many scenes from his home at Giverny which sits on the right bank

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Woven in Italy. Noble Pastorale Italian Woven Tapestry features part of the Noble Pastorale series of 6 tapestries designed by Francois Boucher. As director of the royal workshops at Beauvais for more than 30 years, Francois Boucher’s work

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Woven in Belgium. The Holy Grail II(The Vision) is a Belgian made jacquard woven wall tapestry. The original tapestry was designed by Edward Burne-Jones and woven by Morris & Co. in 1895-96. It is one of the six panels illustrating the story

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Woven in Belgium. Le Feu is a Belgian made jacquard wall tapestry. The origins of Le Feu are shrouded in uncertainty. One thing is for certain: This is one of the most elegant and intricately woven tapestries ever created. It is believed that Le

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