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An English mythological tapestry from the Story of Vulcan and Venus
Maker:  Maker Unknown
An English mythological tapestry from the Story of Vulcan and Venus, Mortlake, circa 1650, depicting (left) Cupid shooting an arrow at Mars to cause him to fall in love with Venus, and (right) Mars and Venus embracing observed from afar by the sun god Apollo in his chariot, original leafy corbel side borders detached and partially replaced as a top border, ovalo frame-pattern lower border detached and folded under (reduced in width on the right, some areas of wear and minor slits), 10ft. 6ins. high, 14ft 2ins. wide.
Currently kept at: Wassand Hall
THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:Yorkshire And The Humber
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