Tapestry Wall Hanging
One of two panels that derive from the oldest surviving medieval set of tapestries, 'The Apocalypse of St. John'. Commissioned by Louis 1, Duke of Anjou, in 1375 to decorate the walls of his castle at Angers, they were woven in the Paris workshops of Nicolas Bataille, the most famous weaver of the day. The tapestries are notable for the combination of lively narrative and finely observed detail.
This tapestry can be used as a pair with Bataille Storm.
Finished Dimensions: 130 cm x 170 cm