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A Brussels mythological tapestry

Maker:  Maker Unknown


A Brussels mythological tapestry, mid 18th century, attributed to the workshops of Jan Frans and Pieter van der Borght, woven with flora, a girl kneeling to the left with a basket of flowers, two others standing behind her and a young man with a spade over his shoulder, all beneath a crimson awning, a girl standing on the right with a watering can, 8ft. high by 7ft. 10in. wide, reducing in height and width, bottom frame-pattern border only remaining.

ID:  57772



May be on display on one of four 'Garden Days' during the summer months. Further details available from the contact shown.