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'''ציד חד הקרן''' (ב[[אנגלית]]: '''The Hunt of the Unicorn''') הוא שמה של סדרה של שבעה [[שטיח קיר|שטחי קיר]] ש[[אריגה|נארגו]] בין השנים [[1594]] - [[1505]]. שטיחים אלה מציגים תיאור של [[ציד]] [[חד קרן]]. השטיחים מוצגים ב[[הקלויסטרס|קלוסטירס]] - אגף מ[[מוזיאון המטרופוליטן לאמנות]] שנמצא ב[[פארק פורט טריון]], בצפון האי [[מנהטן]] בעיר [[ניו יורק]].
 
==היסטוריה==
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Much of the tapestries' history is disputed and there are many theories about their original purpose and meaning, including suggestions that the seven tapestries were not originally hung together. However it seems likely that they were commissioned by [[Anne of Brittany]] to celebrate her marriage to [[Charles VIII]], King of France.<ref> {{cite web|url=http://www.metmuseum.org/Special/Tapestry/5.r.htm |title=Tapestry in the Renaissance: Art and Magnificence |accessdate=2008-01-09 |publisher=[[The Metropolitan Museum of Art]] }}</ref>
 
The two major interpretations of the tapestries hinge on [[paganism|pagan]] and [[Christian]] symbolism. The pagan interpretation focuses on the [[medieval]] lore of beguiled lovers, whereas Christian writings interpret the [[unicorn]] and its death as the [[Passion of Christ]]. The unicorn has long been identified as a symbol of Christ by Christian writers, allowing the traditionally pagan symbolism of the unicorn to become acceptable within religious doctrine. The original myths surrounding the Hunt of the Unicorn refer to a beast with one horn that can only be tamed by a virgin maiden; subsequently, Christian scholars translated this into an allegory for Christ's relationship with the [[Mary, the mother of Jesus|Virgin Mary]].
 
The tapestries were owned by the [[La Rochefoucauld]] family of [[France]] for several centuries. [[John D. Rockefeller, Jr.]] bought them in [[1922]] for about a million dollars and donated them to the [[Metropolitan Museum of Art]] in [[1937]]. They now hang in [[The Cloisters]] which houses the museum's medieval collection. There is a similar set of tapestries called [[The Lady and the Unicorn]] series made around the same time located in the [[Musée National du Moyen Âge]], otherwise known as the [[Musee de Cluny]], in Paris.
 
Beginning in 1998, the tapestries were cleaned and restored. In the process, the [[linen]] backing was removed, the tapestries were bathed in water, and it was discovered that the colors on the back were in even better condition than those on the front (which are also quite vivid). A series of high resolution [[digital photograph]]s were taken of both sides using a customized scanning rig designed by museum consultant [[Scott Geffert]] of [[Center for Digital Imaging Inc.]] and the museum's photography staff that suspended a [[Leica]] S1Pro linear array scan camera and lighting over the delicate textile. The front and back of the tapestries were photographed in approximately three foot square segments. The largest tapestry required up to 24 individual 5000X5000 pixel images. Merging the massive data stored in these photos required the efforts of two famous mathematicians, the [[Chudnovsky brothers]].
 
<gallery>
Image:The Hunt of the Unicorn Tapestry 1.jpg|The unicorn is found
Image:The Hunt of the Unicorn Tapestry 2.jpg|Hunters search for the unicorn with dogs
Image:The Hunt of the Unicorn Tapestry 4.jpg|The hunters catch up to the unicorn
Image:The Hunt of the Unicorn Tapestry 5.jpg|The unicorn defends itself
Image:The Hunt of the Unicorn Tapestry 7.jpg|The unicorn is penned
</gallery>
 
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==קישורים חיצוניים==
* [http://www.metmuseum.org/explore/Unicorn/unicorn_inside.htm אתר רשמי]
*[http://www.newyorker.com/fact/content/articles/050411fa_fact '''לתפוס את חד הקרן''' - מאמר בעיתון הניו יורקר על צילום השטחים]
 
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