The Lady and the Unicorn
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A well-to-do French nobleman instructs the painter Nicolas des Innocents to create a design for six tapestries. The noblemen’s wife suggests the unicorn as their central theme.
The tapestries are woven in Brussels and the painter travels up and down between Paris and Brussels, seizing the opportunity to make as many romantic conquests as he possibly can.
The tapestries have been on display in the Cluny museum in Paris since 1882.
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