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  • In Sir Edwin Henry Landseer’s “Monarch of the Glen,” a magnificent buck regally surveys his territory. An exceptional British animal painter, Landseer (1802 – 1873) often endowed his subjects with human traits. The artist created many detailed stag studies inspired by stags he had seen on his frequent visits to Scotland. The image of the stag has been used by Pear’s soap company, John Dewar and Sons distiller and The Hartford Financial Services Group.
An amazing array of up to eighteen miles of yarn coming together to form a wonderfully unique work of art Tapestries are incredibly durable since they are unbreakable and can be moved touched dropped ironed or vacuumed and can be easily stored The imagery you selected has been woven using European jacquard looms creating a perceptible and tangible texture and warmth to the art The texture adds dimensionality to the image which when viewed at a subtle distance creates major visual impact A metal rod and finial are included in addition to brackets and hardware for easy hanging brbull Made in the USA
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