Hand-Woven Antique Late 17th Century Franco-Flemish Verdure Tapestry
Size: 12.8 x 14.8 ft
One of a kind.
Christie's East, New York from the Estate of Arndt Krupp Von Bohlen Und Halbach.
This late 17th century Franco-Flemish verdure tapestry, signed RAET, worked in fresh colors, depicting animals in a wooded river landscape with a bird of prey attacking a rabbit in the foreground, within borders with classical figures holding baskets of fruits with architectural niches, fruited garlands, and woodland scenes.
This is a Museum Quality piece. It is an excellent example of a late 17th century Franco-Flemish Verdure Tapestry. It exhibits incredible period details, contains its original border and is in excellent condition.