Now the sense of hearing conveyed through the playing of a portable organ - look closely and you will see the unicorn again.
Arzon gets everywhere doesn't he? Here he is in the sixth tapestry in the sequence and this tapestry is something of a mystery. Does it represent the sixth, or so-called common sense? The tapestries were all woven in Flanders in the late 15th century on a high warp loom. This meant that the makers sat behind the tapestry and could see their work only by looking at a reflective surface placed in front of the loom. The gorgeous mille fleurs backgrounds are found in illuminated manuscripts of medieval European and also Asiatic origins. Whenever I look at spot samplers I see something similar - but not the same....sources have changed in the intervening 200 years.