Riverside Flemish village is a Belgian wall hanging tapestry. The artwork is from a fragment of a Flemish village St. - Eloois Vijve in 1958. The artist was a Flemish painter, Mr. Demets. The location is rich with History. The first inhabitants of this forested region settled along the Leie River well before Roman times. This is not surprising given the fact that Sint-Eloois-Vijve stood at the intersection of two important Roman roads: Cassel-Tongeren and Bavai-Oudenburg. The name of the current municipality refers to a certain Waro clan or tribe, possibly dating from the Frankish period. An ideal piece to display in your home, office, or study.