Hunters in a Landscape tapestry


The stunning tapestry woven by victims of religious persecution

“This tapestry is almost the antithesis of what one expects from a great sixteenth-century weaving.”

Hunters in a Landscape tapestry, ca. 1575–95, partly based on a woodcut by Jost Amman (Swiss), woven by unknown Flemish weavers, wool, silk, 180 x 462 cm (The Metropolitan Museum of Art). Video from The Met

Cite this page as: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, "Hunters in a Landscape tapestry," in Smarthistory, March 8, 2021, accessed July 27, 2021, https://smarthistory.org/hunters-in-landscape-tapestry/.