The tapestry depicts an exotic landscape with vast exotic fauna and flora, in the foreground, which are shimmering, intermingle, and with a quiver hanging on a tree on the left hand side. In the background, it is adorned with chinese style pagoda, kiosks and small temples. All the elements are free from all representations of human figures, only the different elements of the vegetation, the many species of colorful exotic birds and the few buildings more or less recessed contribute to give the whole a strongly decorative and exotic appearance.
It is probably made around 1770s, a series of tapestries representing chinoiserie motifs, made from the cartoon of Jean Pillement's drawings, of the Aubusson factory. This tapestry represents the new compositions influenced by François Boucher, which represent this same pleasant universe, embellished with some exotic elements - Chinese pagoda, vegetation, buildings - in order to make the scenes sufficiently exotic for the Western spectator at that time.