John VIII Palaelogus Italian Tapestry
|Woven In:||Woven in Italy|
|History:||John VIII Palaelogus is an Italian jacquard wall tapestry. This artwork depicts John VII Palaiologos (or Palaeologus) who was the Byzantine Emperor from 1425 – 1447 in Constantinople. The original is from the work of Italian Renaissance painter Benozzo Gozzoli (c. 1421 – 1497). He is best known for a series of murals in the Palazzo Medici-Riccardi depicting festive, vibrant processions with fine attention to detail and a pronounced International Gothic influence.|
|Composition:||80% Cotton, 20% Viscose and Polyester blend.|
|Finish:||Backed with lining and tunnel for easy hanging|
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Each tapestry begins with a carefully designed color matrix that replicates classic masterpieces or imbues inspiration from modern designs.
Flat woven techniques add precision and detail to every design
6 Miles of Thread
Heavyweight yarns provide excellent sound absorption
Sturdy Pocket Rod
Built-in pocket offer easy and secure hanging for any size tapestry
Hand Finished Lining
Maintains structure and shape for timeless quality