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The Wardens Today: THE APOCALYPSE TAPESTRY

The Wardens Today: THE APOCALYPSE TAPESTRY

The Wardens Today: THE APOCALYPSE TAPESTRY

The Wardens Today: THE APOCALYPSE TAPESTRY

Bataille,Nicolas (1373-1387)  Apocalypse d'Angers,1373-1387, a series of tapestries woven for Louis I.,Duke of Anjou. #52 The Sleep of the Just. Apo 14: 13   Musee de la Tapisserie, Angers, France

Bataille,Nicolas (1373-1387) Apocalypse d'Angers,1373-1387, a series of tapestries woven for Louis I.,Duke of Anjou. #52 The Sleep of the Just. Apo 14: 13 Musee de la Tapisserie, Angers, France

The Wardens Today: THE APOCALYPSE TAPESTRY

The Wardens Today: THE APOCALYPSE TAPESTRY

The Wardens Today: THE APOCALYPSE TAPESTRY

The Wardens Today: THE APOCALYPSE TAPESTRY

Angers Tapestry of the Apocalypse

The New Jerusalem.

Angers Tapestry of the Apocalypse

The Whore of Babylon, from the Apocalypse Tapestry series, 1377-1382 (Château d'Angers, Angers, France). Commissioned by Louis I, the Duke of Anjou. Designed by Jan Baudolf, partly woven by Robert Poinçon, coordinated by Nicolas Bataille. The series consisted of 90 scenes organized in 6 pieces of 5.5 by 25 meters each, over 800 square meters in total.:

The Whore of Babylon, from the Apocalypse Tapestry series, 1377-1382 (Château d'Angers, Angers, France). Commissioned by Louis I, the Duke of Anjou. Designed by Jan Baudolf, partly woven by Robert Poinçon, coordinated by Nicolas Bataille. The series consisted of 90 scenes organized in 6 pieces of 5.5 by 25 meters each, over 800 square meters in total.:

Tapestry, Nicolas Bataille. Apocalypse of Angers, France, 1373-1387. The Woman Riding the Beast.

Tapestry, Nicolas Bataille. Apocalypse of Angers, France, 1373-1387. The Woman Riding the Beast.

Chateau d'Angers - detail Tapestry of the Apocalypse, 1377-1380.

Chateau d'Angers - detail Tapestry of the Apocalypse, 1377-1380.

The horsemen of the Apocalypse, from the Tapestry of the Apocalypse, made for Louis I of Anjou from cartons (patterns) by Hennequin de Bruges.The tapestry was woven in Paris in the workshop of Nicolas Bataille, 1375-1380. 168 x 500 cm. (Revelations 9:17):"And thus I saw the horses in the vision, and them that sat on them, having breastplates of fire, and of jacinth, and brimstone."   Musee de la Tapisserie, Angers, France

The horsemen of the Apocalypse, from the Tapestry of the Apocalypse, made for Louis I of Anjou from cartons (patterns) by Hennequin de Bruges.The tapestry was woven in Paris in the workshop of Nicolas Bataille, 1375-1380. 168 x 500 cm. (Revelations 9:17):"And thus I saw the horses in the vision, and them that sat on them, having breastplates of fire, and of jacinth, and brimstone." Musee de la Tapisserie, Angers, France

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