Medieval Life and Leisure in the Devonshire Hunting Tapestries

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V&A, 2002 - Devonshire Hunting Tapestries - 117 pages
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The four magnificent Devonshire Tapestries housed at the Victoria and Albert Museum are the only great 15th-century tapestries to survive the ravages of time. This book is a celebration of them and offers a unique insight into the world of the late Middle Ages in rich and fascinating detail.

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Utilitarian and decorative, medieval tapestries were symbols of wealth that at the same time blocked drafts and cold air. The Devonshire Hunting Tapestries, four beautiful and detailed tapestries ... Read full review

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The Board of Trustees of
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detail from Falconry
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The Hunt
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