Promenade I (left panel) is a Belgian wall hanging tapestry, woven in Belgium. The original design comes from a series called La tenture de la Vie Seigneuriale, woven circa 1520 by Pieter van Aeist, a Flemish master weaver in Brussels and now housed at Cluny Museum, Paris. The theme is of early Renaissance castle life. This piece is done with the mille fleurs, or thousand flowers, background, popular in the 16th century French market. Complement your home decor motif with this exact recreation segment of one of the most historically relevant art pieces from the Middle Ages.
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