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After a high-warp French tapestry, second half of the 15th century. Museum of Cluny. In the Middle-Ages, tapestries were almost
exclusively intended for the lords, yet they sometimes pictured scenes from everyday life. The artist has set the tapestry against a flowerdotted background and exalts the work on the vine. While the workers are busy around the vines, the elegant people enjoy tasting the juice of the first grapes.
Left side of the tapestry Vendanges
77% wool, 20% cotton, 3%polyester
38 x 34 Inches / 95 x 85 Cm
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