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For the exhibition "Animals are the wall," plants and animals that dot the worldwide famous red background of The Lady and the Unicorn guided the choice of boards and herbarium specimens from the collections of the Museum of Natural History.
During Medieval Times, animals were at the heart of the thought. The scene of the falcon attacking visible heron on the part of "Touch" is for example the image of the couple fighting. Note also the ubiquitous rabbit, identified more than forty times on the six parts.
The presentation will also provide an opportunity to highlight the acute sense of observation of nature expressed by the author of the drawn curtain models.