Cotton and wool (presumably camelid hair), single interlocking tapestry weave with eccentric wefts
347.55 × 352.43 cm (136 3/4 × 138 3/4 in.)
Major Acquisitions Centennial Fund
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Koenraad Brosens, ed., Christa C. Mayer Thurman, gen. ed., European Tapestries in the Art Institute of Chicago, exh. cat., [exhibition: “The Divine Art: Four Centuries of European Tapestries in the Art Institute of Chicago”] (Chicago: Art Institute of Chicago, 2008) 356-359, cat. 60.
Amelia Peck et al., Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, 1500–1800 (Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2013): 165-166, cat. 21.
Art Institute of Chicago, Regenstein Hall, The Divine Art: Four Centuries of European Tapestry, Nov. 1, 2008–Jan. 4, 2009.
New York, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, 1500-1800, Sept. 16, 2013-Jan. 5, 2014.
Durlacher Brothers, London, to 1913; sold to Jacques Seligmann et Fils, Paris, 1913; possibly sold to Mrs. Harry C. Hunt, California, with Phyllis Ackerman acting as agent, 1925. Benjamin R. Meyer, Beverly Hills, by 1927; Sold, Parke-Bernet Galleries, New York, Mar. 14, 1970, lot 158. John Wise (died 1981), New York, in 1970; sold to Martin and Ullman Artweave Textile Gallery, New York, to 1979; sold to the Art Institute, 1979.
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