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The Arundel Cabinet

Maker:  Maker Unknown


The Arundel Cabinet, ex Arundel Collection, acquired by Edward Lord Harley, later 2nd Earl of Oxford, at the Tart Hall sale in 1720: A Flemish ebony cabinet with two doors enclosing numerous drawers and architectural cupboards inset with mythological scenes painted on copper in the style of Poelenburgh, 1594/5-1667, the doors with architectural perspective capriccios in the style of van Bassen, d.1652, the frieze with a Latin inscription, on later stand with winged sphinx supports raised on gilt-bronze tortoise feet, the cabinet early 17th century, 104.1cm. wide.

ID:  9915

Currently kept at: Welbeck Abbey



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