Apple Tree With Red Fruit Wall Tapestry

Item # C-3089
Apple Tree With Red Fruit Wall Tapestry
Apple Tree With Red Fruit Wall Tapestry

Apple Tree With Red Fruit Wall Tapestry

Item # C-3089
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Regular price $286.00 Sale price $228.80 Save $57.20 today!
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This intricate piece translates Paul Ranson's famous 1902 work entitle Apple Tree with Red Fruit into fine textile form. Paul Ranson was a leader of the Nabis, a group of post-Impressionist, avant-garde Parisian artists who combined images of nature with symbols. Inspired by the subdued, stylized forms of traditional East Asian art, this wall tapestry is rich in color, texture, and history. It is the perfect way to add a soothing decorative influence to any space.

Rod and tassels sold separately.

Are rods included with the purchase of a tapestry?

No, rods are sold separately.

Can a tapestry be made into a size not shown?

Tapestries only come in the size(s) shown with the exception of our exclusives, which can typically be made into any size.

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USA Woven Tapestries:
These are made-to-order in North Carolina, USA. Production times range. Typically they are produced and shipped within 3-10 business days. Occasionally it can take longer, such as 2-4 weeks.

European Woven Tapestries:
The majority are in stock and ship within 5 business days from our USA warehouse. If not in stock, the tapestry will be brought in from Europe, which typically takes 2-4 weeks. Occasionally it can take longer.

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Michelle Ingersoll (Rosemount, Minnesota)
Looms are computers receiving digital files

I wish I could insert a picture, my eye always goes the the white thread bunch in the middle of a landscape that doesn’t include white thread…disappointing.

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