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Woven in Belgium. Acanthus III Belgian Tapestry is inspired by the work of well known painter and artist William Morris from the period 1875. Acanthus III features a beautiful rendition of the Acanthus plant set with blue background.. 70% Cotton,

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Woven in Belgium. The Kiss (Yellow) Belgian tapestry is inspired by the work of the famous painter Gustav Klimt. The Kiss (original Der Kuss) was painted by Gustav Klimt, during his ‘golden period’, and is probably his most famous work. It

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Woven in Belgium. The Kiss (Yellow) Belgian tapestry is inspired by the work of the famous painter Gustav Klimt. The Kiss (original Der Kuss) was painted by Gustav Klimt, during his ‘golden period’, and is probably his most famous work. It

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Woven in Belgium. The Kiss (Yellow) Belgian tapestry is inspired by the work of the famous painter Gustav Klimt. The Kiss (original Der Kuss) was painted by Gustav Klimt, during his ‘golden period’, and is probably his most famous work. It

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Woven in Belgium. The Kiss (Yellow) Belgian tapestry is inspired by the work of the famous painter Gustav Klimt. The Kiss (original Der Kuss) was painted by Gustav Klimt, during his ‘golden period’, and is probably his most famous work. It

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Woven in Belgium. The Kiss (Yellow) Belgian tapestry is inspired by the work of the famous painter Gustav Klimt. The Kiss (original Der Kuss) was painted by Gustav Klimt, during his ‘golden period’, and is probably his most famous work. It

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