18 June 2008
A GEORGE II NEEDLEPOINT PICTURE
A rococo-and tent stitched flowering branch filling the lattice-couched satin-stitch ground, with exotic birds perched on the greenery and with an array of animals lying peacefully to the base, framed and glazed
18 x 24 in. (45.7 x 61 cm.) without frame
Probably acquired from Jellinek & Sampson, 7 March 1974.
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