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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, from the same series, to the left Juno (?) and Jupiter, the latter accompanied by his eagle and clasping a thunderbolt, in the centre Neptune and Ceres, and to the right Vulcan and Venus, with distant buildings, ovolo pattern top border, side borders cut and partly folded under; distress, 10ft. 6ins. high; 14ft. 9in. wide.
Currently kept at: Wassand Hall
THIS ARTWORK IS LOCATED IN:Yorkshire And The Humber
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