Woodpecker without Verse Tapestry - Woven in France
Steeped in history the Woodpecker without Verse Tapestry was originally designed by William Morris in 1885. Based on the poem, Picus it shows how the Italian King was transformed into the beautiful woodpecker.
This is a another handsome tapestry that brings a room to life with warmth and brilliant color. It is a classic in wonderful wall decor.
Size: 28 inches wide by 45 inches tall
Weight: 3 pounds
Primary Color: Green
Secondary Colors: Blue, Beige, Gold, Cream
Material: 80% Cotton, 20% Viscose and Polyester blend
Country: Woven in France
Category: Tapestries and Wall Decor
Details: Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging. Vacuum or dry clean as needed.
History: Woodpecker without Verse was designed in 1885 by William Morris and based on his poem about Picus, the Italian King who was transformed into a woodpecker in Ovid's Metamorphoses, Book XIV. This classical work was the one of the most read books in the Middle Ages. This stunning French impressionist jacquard woven tapestry wall hanging is also known as The Woodpecker, with parchment. William Morris, the famous English artist, poet, and socialist, has designed many fabrics and tapestries of world renown many of which now reside in the world's most prestigious museums. This artisan crafted piece will add a feeling of splendor to your atmosphere.
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Rod and tassels not included.