A panoramic fabric, this tapestry called verdure is typical of Aubusson productions of the 17th and 18th centuries. The composition places the viewer in an undergrowth at the edge of a forest. A gap in the center directs the eye towards a landscape inhabited by birds. In the distance, one can make out a castle on a promontory. The beauty and the relief of this work are closely retranscribed thanks to the printing on wide-width cotton canvas panels of 3m high. Also available in panoramic wallpaper.