This type of game-park tapestry often constituted part of a lager set that would form a continuous gallery of greenery and animals beneath pergolas if hung border-to-border. Unfortunately no examples with signatures are recorded, so that no specific weaving center has as of yet been identified as the origin of these tapestries. The color ranges, however, are similar to those used at Audenarde and indeed more structured pergola tapestries, lacking the boldly scrolling foliage, bear this town's identifying symbol.
A tapestry incorporating the same balustrade with lion's masks to the front, same male figure supporting the columns which have similar capitals, and with a very similar border, is illustrated in G. Delmarcel, Flemish Tapestry, Tielt, 1999, p. 192. Further related examples include a set of four tapestries from the collection James Simon, sold Frederick Muller & Cie, Amsterdam, 25/26 October 1927, lot 315, one sold anonymously, Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, 18 March 1967, lot 27, and one Sotheby Parke Bernet, New York, 24 June 1977, lot 57.