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Tapestry (Four Servants)

A work made of wool and silk, slit and double interlocking tapestry weave.
CC0 Public Domain Designation

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  • A work made of wool and silk, slit and double interlocking tapestry weave.

Date:

c. 1650

Artist:

After a design by Jacob Jordaens (1593–1678)
Woven at the workshop of Jan van Leefdael (1603–1668)
Flanders, Brussels

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Textiles

Artists

Jan van Leefdael (Manufacturer) , Jacob Jordaens

Title

Tapestry (Four Servants), Tapestry Girl Offering Gifts, part of Telemachus Leading Theoclymenus to Penelope, from The Story of Odysseus

Places

Flanders (Object made in), Brussels (Object made in), Europe (Object made in)

Date

Made 1640-1660

Medium

Wool and silk, slit and double interlocking tapestry weave

Inscriptions

Marked and signed: Brussels city mark; I·V·LEEFDAEL

Dimensions

351.2 × 424.8 cm (138 1/4 × 167 1/4 in.)

Credit Line

Gift of Charles L. Hutchinson through the Antiquarian Society

Reference Number

1890.8

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