A FLEMISH GAME-PARK TAPESTRY
SECOND HALF 16TH CENTURY, PROBABLY AUDENARDE
Woven in silks and wools, depicting a myriad of wild animals including unicorns, owls, monkeys and others, within a fruiting strapwork border and blue outer guard border, with faint weaver's monogram to lower right guard border, with patches
Approximately 6 ft. 8 in. (203 cm.) high, 17 ft. 1 in. (520 cm.) wide
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We are thankful to Dr. Guy Delmarcel for his kind assistance in cataloguing this tapestry.
500 Years: Decorative Arts Europe Including Oriental Carpets