Greenery Tapestry by John Henry Dearle

$185.00$365.00

The Greenery tapestry by John Henry Dearle is woven in two sizes: 18″x51″ US$185, 26″x75″ US$365. See tapestry description below.

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Tapestry Description

Greenery Tapestry by John Henry Dearle

Arts & Crafts tapestries

The Greenery Tapestry by John Henry Dearle is a version of an original tapestry hanging in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. It shows two rabbits, a pheasant and deer clearly influenced by William Morris who might be described as the mentor of Dearle. The original 1892 tapestry was woven at Merton Abbey by Morris & Co in wool and mohair; our version is woven in France in 72% cotton, 25% viscose and 3% polyester. The 1892 design was 7″ high and over 15′ long; ours is available in two sizes for each of several formats, this one being without a slim red border:
– a full Greenery tapestry scene with its red border,
– this full tapestry without the border,
– the left side with the two rabbits and pheasant with the red border,
– the right side with the pheasant and two deer with the red border.

Like all our Arts & Crafts tapestries this is fully lined with a rod pocket – we supply hanging instructions with each order. Note – the smaller size has slightly softer colour tones than the larger one illustrated here.