In 2009, the Late Gothic Hall at The Cloisters (Gallery 020) reopened following an extensive renovation. The four large, fifteenth-century, French limestone windows from the Dominican monastery in Sens, Burgundy, were conserved. New leaded glass was installed on the interior with protective glazing on the exterior. The installation features a monumental tapestry from Burgos Cathedral representing the Salvation of Man, which returned to public view for the first time in a generation following a thorough campaign of conservation. The Late Gothic Hall, distinguished by its high timber ceiling, also exhibits many of the finest fifteenth-century works in The Cloisters' collection, including sculptures by Tilman Riemenschneider and richly painted and gilded altarpieces from Spain.