Explaining The Hunt for the Unicorn Tapestries

The Hunt for the Unicorn Tapestries, cartoons made in Paris, woven in the Southern Netherlands, c. 1495–1505, wool, silk, metal threads (The Metropolitan Museum of Art), including, • The Hunters Enter the Woods, 368.3 x 315 cm • The Unicorn Purifies Water, 368.3 x 378.5 cm • The Unicorn Crosses a Stream, 368.3 x 426.7 cm • The Unicorn Defends Himself, 368.3 x 401.3 cm • The Unicorn Surrenders to a Maiden, 198.1 x 64.8 cm • The Hunters Return to the Castle, 368.3 x 388.6 cm • The Unicorn Rests in the Garden, 368 x 251.5 cm speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker.

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