This is a French woven jacquard wall tapestry also called The Waiting. It is a reproduction from Gustav Klimt, an Austrian artist (1862-1918). It is woven on a cream background in cotton and lurex. This version of The Waiting is often called the Right panel since it mirrors the traditional version of The Waiting. The Waiting is the left part of the painting called The Plank of Stoclet (1905-1909). This plank is made up of three parts: The Waiting, The Tree of Life, and The Achievement.
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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