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A set of five panels of Antwerp tapestry woven from plates in William Cavendish

Maker:  Wauters, Michel, d.1679

Description: 

Wauters, Michel, d.1679: A set of five panels of Antwerp tapestry woven from plates in William Cavendish, Duke of Newcastle's book on Horsemanship; c.1650. i) Groupards par la droite, Captain Mazin on a grey horse facing to the left, Welbeck Abbey in the distance, 270cm. x 379cm. ii) La Bataille Gagnee, The Marquis bare-headed in armur on a prancing chesnut, attended by a negro page, a cavalry engagement on the left, iii) Charles II bare-headed in armour on a prancing bay, attended by Pallas and Fame, Mars and Mercury, London and the River Thames in the distance, iv) Terre a terre tete contre muraille a main gauche, Captain Mazin on a dark horse, a chateau in the right background, v) Courbettes de Cote a gauche, Captain Mazin on the left, a bay horse being taught to prance, the Marquis of Newcastle on the right.

ID:  10861

Currently kept at: Welbeck Abbey

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Nottinghamshire

Four of these tapestries are displayed at Leeds Castle, Near Maidstone, Knt. This item is available for viewing by appointment through the contact shown.