A Mon Seul Desir I is a French impressionist jacquard woven tapestry wall hanging inspired by one of the scenes from the "Lady and the Unicorn" tapestry series created in the late 15th century. The series explores the 5 known senses, and this sixth tapestry (A Mon Seul Desir "To My One Desire") the meaning behind the sixth piece is left to subjective interpretation. In this panel of the series the Lady is seen here placing her necklace into her jewelry box amidst a deep primary red background with dancing mille de fleurs. Originally from the medieval period of France, this work is a detail from the tapestry rediscovered in 1841, originally commissioned by the La Viste family. The lavish atmosphere that this fine art textile creates make it an ideal piece to add to your home décor collection.