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One theory is that the tapestries show pagan and Christian symbolism. The pagan themes emphasise the medieval lore of beguiled lovers, whereas Christian writings interpret the unicorn and its death as the Passion of Christ. The unicorn has long been identified by Christian writers as a symbol of Christ, conscripting the traditionally pagan symbolism of the unicorn. The original pagan myths about The Hunt of the Unicorn refer to an animal with a single horn that can only be tamed by a virgin; Christian scholars translated this into an allegory for Christ's relationship with the Virgin Mary.
In the Gothic tapestry, the makers considered biblical events as "historical," and linked the biblical and secular narratives in the tapestry weaving. The secular unicorn hunt was not simply Christian art, but also an allegorical representation of the Annunciation. Acknowledging Rorimer's speculation that the tapestries were commissioned to celebrate a marriage, Freeman noted that medieval poets connected the taming of the unicorn to the devotion and subjugation of love. The taming of the unicorn symbolises the secular lover or mate who was enchained by a virgin and entrapped in the fence in the tapestry The Unicorn in Captivity.
In addition, the author pointed out that the concept of an overlapping God of Heaven and God of love was accepted in the late middle ages. Questions about the original workmanship of the tapestries remain unanswered.
The design of the tapestries is rich in figurative elements similar to those found in oil painting. Apparently influenced by the French style,  the elements in the tapestries reflect the woodcuts and metalcuts made in Paris in the late fifteenth century.
The garden backgrounds of the tapestries are rich in floral imagery, featuring the " millefleurs " background style of a variety of small botanic elements. Invented by the weavers of the Gothic age, it became popular during the late medieval era and declined after the early Renaissance. In the unicorn series, the hunt takes place within a Hortus conclusus , literally meaning "enclosed garden," which was not only a representation of a secular, physical garden, but a connection with the Annunciation.
The tapestries were very probably woven in Brussels, which was an important center of the tapestry industry in medieval Europe. An example of the remarkable work of the Brussels looms, the tapestries' mixture of silk and metallic thread with wool gave them a fine quality and brilliant color. The wool was widely produced in the rural areas around Brussels, and a common primary material in tapestry weaving.
The silk, however, was costly and hard to obtain, indicating the wealth and social status of the tapestry owner.
The seven tapestries are: . From the collection of Morgan and Rochefoucauld, the tapestries comprise five large pieces, one small piece, and two fragments. The mobility associated with the size formed an essential consideration of the function of the tapestry in the medieval age and different sizes of Gothic tapestries served as the decoration to fit chosen walls in the middle age.
Other sources give slightly different titles and different sequences.
The factors that affect this are primarily threefold. Firstly the nature of the tapestries themselves, which exhibit differences of manufacture and size, suggesting that the first and last may be independent works or form a different series. In addition the symbolism of the story needs to be taken into account.
The tapestries were owned by the La Rochefoucauld family of France for several centuries, with first mention of them showing up in the family's inventory. By the end of the s they were again in the possession of the family. The same visitor records the set as consisting of seven pieces, though one was by that time in fragments and being used as bed curtains. John D. Rockefeller Jr. The set now hangs in The Cloisters which houses the museum's medieval collection.
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In the tapestries were cleaned and restored. In the process, the linen backing was removed, the tapestries were bathed in water, and it was discovered that the colours on the back were in even better condition than those on the front which are also quite vivid. A series of high resolution digital photographs were taken of both sides using a customised scanning device suspending a linear array scan camera and lighting over the delicate textile. The front and back of the tapestries were photographed in approximately three-foot square segments.
Merging the massive data stored in these photos required the efforts of two mathematicians, the Chudnovsky brothers. Historic Scotland commissioned a set of seven hand-made tapestries for Stirling Castle , a recreation of The Hunt of the Unicorn tapestries , as part of a project to furnish the castle as it was in the 16th century.
It was part-funded by the Quinque Foundation of the United States. The weavers worked in two teams, one based at the college, the other in a purpose-built studio in the Nether Bailey of Stirling Castle. Historians studying the reign of James IV believe that a similar series of "Unicorn" tapestries were part of the Scottish Royal tapestry collection. The team at West Dean Tapestry visited the Metropolitan Museum of Art to inspect the originals and researched the medieval techniques, the colour palette and materials.
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