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Three gros point pelmet panels and a matching vertical panel

Maker:  Maker Unknown

Description: 

Three gros point pelmet panels and a matching vertical panel, French, circa 1700-1730 - worked in mainly scarlet and blue wools highlighted with ivory silk, worked with vignettes of pairs of assorted figures - musicians and ladies, musician monkeys and dancing monkeys, interspersed by rococo shells or lion masks with borders of fruit and birds; the vertical panel remounted onto a cotton backing and worked similary with three figurative vignettes of cherubs, lanquid ladies and musicians below a large spray of blooms, 260cm by 67cm.

ID:  62436

THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:

Dorset

This may be one of a selection of objects that can be seen (by guided tour) as part of the Heritage Open Days Scheme operated by English Heritage in England. However, as numbers are limited, entry is by pre-booked ticket only. For further details and opening times see the attached link. At all other times access is by appointment. For further details, pre-booked tickets and appointments please write to John Montagu or Anthea Archdale at Mapperton House, Beaminster, Dorset, DT8 3NR. This object is available for loan to public collections for special exhibitions in the UK.