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The Apocalypse Tapestry is a medieval French tapestry commissioned by Louis I, the Duke of Anjou, and produced between 1377 and 1382

The Apocalypse Tapestry is a medieval French tapestry commissioned by Louis I, the Duke of Anjou, and produced between 1377 and 1382

LE CHANT DU MONDE - JEAN LURÇAT

LE CHANT DU MONDE - JEAN LURÇAT

Tapisserie Apocalypse de Saint Jean (Detail: Tapestry of the Apocalypse of John) (Hennequin de Bruges - )  circa 1377-1382.   Located in the Chateau d'Angers, France. The tapestry is the oldest French medieval tapestry to have survivied. It was lost in the 18th century and subsequently restored in the 19th century.

Tapisserie Apocalypse de Saint Jean (Detail: Tapestry of the Apocalypse of John) (Hennequin de Bruges - ) circa 1377-1382. Located in the Chateau d'Angers, France. The tapestry is the oldest French medieval tapestry to have survivied. It was lost in the 18th century and subsequently restored in the 19th century.

Tapisserie Apocalypse de Saint Jean (Detail: Tapestry of the Apocalypse of John) (Hennequin de Bruges - )  circa 1377-1382.   Located in the Chateau d'Angers, France. The tapestry is the oldest French medieval tapestry to have survivied. It was lost in the 18th century and subsequently restored in the 19th century.

Tapisserie Apocalypse de Saint Jean (Detail: Tapestry of the Apocalypse of John) (Hennequin de Bruges - ) circa 1377-1382. Located in the Chateau d'Angers, France. The tapestry is the oldest French medieval tapestry to have survivied. It was lost in the 18th century and subsequently restored in the 19th century.

The Apocalypse Tapestry is a medieval French tapestry commissioned by Louis I, the Duke of Anjou, and produced between 1377 and 1382

The Apocalypse Tapestry is a medieval French tapestry commissioned by Louis I, the Duke of Anjou, and produced between 1377 and 1382

Apocalypse of Angers. Nicolas Bataille (ca.1363-1400 French) Museum of Tapestries, Angers, France.

Apocalypse of Angers. Nicolas Bataille (ca.1363-1400 French) Museum of Tapestries, Angers, France.

becky hindley (gertrude), tom kanji (laertes) & nicholas shaw (hamlet) in 'hamlet', west yorkshire playhouse. photo by nobby clark.

becky hindley (gertrude), tom kanji (laertes) & nicholas shaw (hamlet) in 'hamlet', west yorkshire playhouse. photo by nobby clark.

La tenture de l'Apocalypse (ou les tapisseries de l'Apocalypse, ou encore l'Apocalypse d'Angers) est une représentation de l'Apocalypse de Jean réalisée à la fin du xive siècle. L'ensemble, initialement composé de sept pièces, dont six sont conservées, est exposé à Angers, dans le musée de la Tapisserie de l'Apocalypse situé dans une très longue galerie du château d'Angers.

La tenture de l'Apocalypse (ou les tapisseries de l'Apocalypse, ou encore l'Apocalypse d'Angers) est une représentation de l'Apocalypse de Jean réalisée à la fin du xive siècle. L'ensemble, initialement composé de sept pièces, dont six sont conservées, est exposé à Angers, dans le musée de la Tapisserie de l'Apocalypse situé dans une très longue galerie du château d'Angers.

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