D. and P. Chevalier and P.-F. Bertrand attribute tapestries of this group to the workshops of the Marche district in France (Les Tapisseries d'Aubusson et de Felletin, Paris, 1988, pp. 24 - 27) on the basis of some early descriptions in inventories. Interesting comparisons can also be drawn to the more convincingly attributed Marche game-park tapestries illustrating specific hunts with large figures.
E. Standen on the other hand attributes this type of tapestry more loosely to Flanders or Holland (European Post-Medieval Tapestries and Related Hangings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 1985, vol. I, cat. 26, pp. 185 - 186).