Tudor tapestry found in San Francisco

A magnificent 16th century tapestry depicting Tudor country life has been discovered hanging in a San Francisco home over a century after it was misidentified by a British art historian. (photo)

The 6 ft x 15 ft tapestry, from the workshop of William Sheldon, a neighbor of Shakespeare, was apparently misidentified by dealer and art historian Lord Duveen in 1909 and exported to the United States. The piece is now for sale in London for £1 million.