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Giason and Medea is an Italian jacquard wall tapestry. Also called Jason and Mede, this artwork comes from an oil painting in the Pre-Raphaelite style created by John William Waterhouse in 1907. The painting depicts the Colchian princess, Medea, preparing a magic potion for Jason to enable him to complete the tasks set for him by her father, Aeëtes. Medea's determined facial expression shows a characterization consistent with that of Greek literature, particularly Euripides' tragedy Medea.
Jacquard woven in Italy
Backed with lining
80% Cotton 20% Viscose and Polyester
Rod tunnel for easy hanging
Available in 1 size
W 38" x H 54"
Rod and Tassels sold separately