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La Dame à la licorne "L'Ouïe" Paris (cartons), Flandre (tissage) Fin XVe siècle Laine et soie

La Dame à la licorne "L'Ouïe" Paris (cartons), Flandre (tissage) Fin XVe siècle Laine et soie

"Touching - touching to prove reality -Thought to have been created late in the 15th century in Flanders, they are made of wool & silk. Some circles consider the collection to be one of the greatest works of art that come out of Europe during the Middle Ages.    One For Each Sense  Five of the tapestries represent our five senses, taste, hearing, sight, smell and touch."

"Touching - touching to prove reality -Thought to have been created late in the 15th century in Flanders, they are made of wool & silk. Some circles consider the collection to be one of the greatest works of art that come out of Europe during the Middle Ages. One For Each Sense Five of the tapestries represent our five senses, taste, hearing, sight, smell and touch."

The Unicorn in Captivity by an unknown Flemish Weaver, 1495-1505./ Once saw a giant wall sized latch hook hanging version of this tapestry. It was gorgeous, lush, larger than life and moved every time you walked past it. Want one of my own!

The Unicorn in Captivity by an unknown Flemish Weaver, 1495-1505./ Once saw a giant wall sized latch hook hanging version of this tapestry. It was gorgeous, lush, larger than life and moved every time you walked past it. Want one of my own!

"Hearing" panel from "The Lady and the Unicorn Tapestry", Flanders, XV century, Hôtel de Cluny, Paris.

"Hearing" panel from "The Lady and the Unicorn Tapestry", Flanders, XV century, Hôtel de Cluny, Paris.

Part of the tapestry, 'The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle'.    Stirling Castle Unicorn Tapestries

Part of the tapestry, 'The Unicorn is Killed and Brought to the Castle'. Stirling Castle Unicorn Tapestries

No name 2 | Medieval: I love how the unicorn appears so much smaller and so out of proportion in the mirror.

No name 2 | Medieval: I love how the unicorn appears so much smaller and so out of proportion in the mirror.

The Lady and the Unicorn 2/6 - Touch  The lady stands with one hand touching the unicorn’s horn, and the other holding up the pennant. The lion sits to the side and looks on.

The Lady and the Unicorn 2/6 - Touch The lady stands with one hand touching the unicorn’s horn, and the other holding up the pennant. The lion sits to the side and looks on.

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