Perspectives Art Explained

The stunning tapestry woven by victims of religious persecution

Jul 17, 2013 2 MINUTES
"This tapestry is almost the antithesis of what one expects from a great sixteenth-century weaving."

Curator Elizabeth Cleland on "Hunters in a Landscape," a Flemish tapestry from the sixteenth century.

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Throughout 2013, The Met invited curators from across the Museum to each talk about one artwork that changed the way they see the world.

Photography by Joseph Coscia, Jr.

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