The Lady and the Unicorn
Created in Paris in around 1500, The Lady and the Unicorn tapestries are considered one the greatest masterpieces of medieval Europen art, and will be exhibited at the Art Gallery of NSW over the course of almost five months. Despite their age, the tapestries have stood the test of time in part due to the durability of the wool and silk yarn used to create what’s referred to as the ‘Mona Lisa of the Middle Ages’. Take this opportunity to visit the works on only the third ever occasion they’ve left France. For more information, visit the Gallery website.