The Medieval Falconer Wall Hanging

Falconer Mille Fleure European Wall Hanging

The Falconer Tapestry Medieval Tapestries This is one panel from a seven part series representing seigniorial life in the middle ages. The Medieval Falconer Tapestry is from an era of romance and myth

TAPESTRY,  Renaissance, probably Northern France, circa 1500/1520.     Sold for CHF 60 000

TAPESTRY, Renaissance, probably Northern France, circa Sold for CHF 60 000 Auctions, Switzerland)

The Falconer Tapestry - Medieval Tapestries - This is one panel from a seven part series representing seigniorial life in the middle ages. The Medieval Falconer Tapestry is from an era of romance and myth that are a delight and historically fun to tell the tales from those long ago days. A handsome look for the walls.

Falconer Mille Fleure European Wall Hanging

The Falconer Tapestry Medieval Tapestries This is one panel from a seven part series representing seigniorial life in the middle ages. The Medieval Falconer Tapestry is from an era of romance and myth

A FRENCH CHINOISERIE TAPESTRY PANEL, DEPICTING 'GATHERING PINEAPPLES', FROM A SERIES OF THE EMPEROR OF CHINA, AFTER DESIGNS BY GUY LOUIS VERNANSAL, JEAN-BAPTISTE BELIN DE FONTENAY, AND "BAPTISTE" MONNOYER  SECOND QUARTER 18TH CENTURY, BEAUVAIS

French Chinoiserie Tapestry Panel depicting "Gathering Pineapples" from a series of the Emperor of China after designs by Guy Louis, quarter century, Beauvais

La vie seigneuriale - The life of the nobles: Reading. Loire valley workshop, 16th.

RENAISSANCE TAPESTRY La vie seigneuriale - The life of the nobles: Reading. Loire valley workshop, Musee du Moyen-Age(Cluny), Paris, France ~oh my gosh that chair cover would be a fun one to make for the new wheelchair!

Collection of Tapestries and Embroidery - Games - English - The Free Dictionary Language Forums

Antique tapestries are beautiful wall hangings and wall decor. View our large collection of antique tapestries and reproduction tapestries.

In the early 16th Century, Flanders was the undisputed leader in producing the finest tapestries in Europe.  However, Cosimo I soon made Florence a rival by founding a Medici workshops in 1545,  importing Flemish weavers and commissioning the best artists (including Raphael) to create the designs.

'Manhood', wool and silk tapestry by Benedetto Squilli from designs by Giorgio Vasari, Florence, Italy, Museum no.

Tapestry with monogram "SA" of King Sigismund II Augustus of Poland, Brussels, c. 1555. Part of famous Jagiellonian Tapestries, also known as the Wawel Tapestries or Wawel Arrases. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tapestry

Tapestry with monogram "SA" of King Sigismund II Augustus of Poland, Brussels, c. Part of famous Jagiellonian Tapestries, also known as the Wawel Tapestries or Wawel Arrases.

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