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Design is from a sketch, called "The Man Tree" by Hieronymus Bosch, circa 1470s. The name of the creature is later changed to the "Tree-Man", which appears, in the Bosch triptych The Garden of Earthly Delights.
The "Tree-Man" is the focus of the right panel, of The Garden of Earthly Delights (circa 1495-1505) , along with a pair of human ears brandishing a blade. A cavity in the torso is populated by three naked persons at a table, seated on an animal, and a fully clothed woman pouring drink from a barrel.
This durable area rug will surely make a style statement in any room. It features hemmed edges and a coated backing. It is made from an extremely strong and durable synthetic fabric that retains its shape and resists wind, sun and rain.
.: 100% Polyester Chenille
.: Sizes: 24" x 36" and 48" x 72"
.: Hemmed edges
.: Rug back side is grey
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