Tapestries

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"Procession of the Fat Ox" from a Teniers Series
After a design by Jan van Orley
Flemish, 1665–1735
Woven at the workshop of Daniel IV Leyniers
Flemish, 1705–1770
Flanders, Brussels
"Procession of the Fat Ox" from a Teniers Series, c. 1725
"September and October" (fragment) from The Twelve Months of the Year
After a design by David III Teniers
Flemish, 1638–1685
Woven at the workshop of Gerard Peemans
Flemish, 1637/39–1725
Flanders, Brussels
"September and October" (fragment) from The Twelve Months of the Year, After 1675
A Falconer with Two Ladies and a Foot Soldier
France or Flanders, possibly Paris or Bruges
A Falconer with Two Ladies and a Foot Soldier, c. 1500
A Panel from a Porticoes Series
After designs by Jean-Baptiste Oudry (1686–1755) and/or Jean-Baptiste Huet (1745–1811), or artists in their circle
Woven at an unknown workshop at the Manufacture Royale du Beauvais or the Manufacture Royale d’Aubusson
France, Beauvais or Aubusson
A Panel from a Porticoes Series, 1775/1800
Abundantia, from The Four Continents and Related Allegories
After a cartoon by Lodewijk van Schoor (died 1702) and Pieter Spierinckx (1635–1711)
Woven at the workshop of Albert Auwercx (1629–1709)
Flanders, Brussels
Abundantia, from The Four Continents and Related Allegories, c. 1680–1700
Alexander Kneeling before Jaddus at the Gates of Jerusalem [left section], from The Story of Alexander the Great
Adapted from designs attributed to Nicolaas van Orley (died 1586/91)
Possibly woven at the workshop of Jacques Tseraerts (died before 1613)
Flanders, Brussels
Alexander Kneeling before Jaddus at the Gates of Jerusalem [left section], from The Story of Alexander the Great, c. 1600
Antony Presents Artavasdes, King of the Armenians, to Cleopatra from The Story of Antony and Cleopatra
Woven at the workshop of Everard III Leyniers (1597–1680)
Flanders, Brussels
Antony Presents Artavasdes, King of the Armenians, to Cleopatra from The Story of Antony and Cleopatra, c. 1640
Archery from Country Sports (Amusements champêtres)
After a design in the manner of François Boucher (French, 1703–1770), attributed to Jacques-Nicolas Julliard (1719–1790)
Woven at an unknown workshop at the Manufacture Royale d'Aubusson
France, Aubusson
Archery from Country Sports (Amusements champêtres), 1770/90
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