|The Lady and the Unicorn|
Musée de Cluny, Paris
|Courtyard of the Musée de Cluny|
|Thermes de Cluny, Gallo-Roman Thermal Baths|
The six Flemish tapestries were woven from silk and wool in the 1500s. Historians have interpreted the series as representing the five senses, plus a sixth more obscure theme suggested by the caption A mon seul desir (my sole desire) which appears across the top of the tent.
|The Lady and the Unicorn Tapestries|
Tracy Chevalier has written a novel about the making of these tapestries, also titled The Lady and the Unicorn. I'm adding it to my reading list.
|Fan Vaulted Ceiling in the Gothic Chapel|
Musée de Cluny
The Musée de Cluny also displays some of the original stained glass from Sainte-Chapelle, the magnificent Gothic chapel on Ile de la Cité.
|The Stained Glass Room, Musée de Cluny|
|Original Stained Glass from Sainte Chapelle|
|Stained Glass Windows in the Upper Chapel|
|The Rose Window|
|The Lower Chapel|