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Trie Cloister Garden

Trie Cloister Garden’s design, with its informal plantings of herbs and flowers, is reminiscent of the lush landscapes of millefleurs tapestries. The plantings in Trie once mirrored the landscape in The Unicorn is Found (37.80.2), but this is no longer the case. The garden does emulate the type of landscape depicted in medieval tapestries in the collection, but is not based on one tapestry in particular.

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