London, South Kensington
18 March 2009
A FLEMISH VERDURE MYTHOLOGICAL TAPESTRY PANEL
SECOND HALF 17TH CENTURY
Depicting Diana the Huntress firing an arrow in a foliate wooded landscape within a border with flowers and foliage
9' x 4'3" (275 x 130 cm).
Together with another panel from the same tapestry, also with foliate wooded centre and similar border, 8'11" x 3' 1" (272 x 94 cm.), both reduced (2)
The Property of Lt.-Col. The Rt. Hon. Lord Burnham, Hall Barn, Beaconsfield, Bucks., Christie's London, 29 September 1969, lots 151 and 158.
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