17th Century Tapestry – Manufacture of Antwerp ( Belgium )


Large 17th century Tapestry – Manufacture of Antwerp.

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Tapestry – Manufacture of the city of Antwerp late 17th after a cartoon Pieter Spierincks (1635-1711) and woven in the late seventeenth in the workshop of Jan van der Goten, active between 1690 – 1710.
Representing a young Bacchus riding a goat.

Period: seventeenth century Provenance: Antwerp (Belgium)

Woool and Silk, Perfect Condition.

Width : 247 cm
Height : 288 cm

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Located at 33 Quai Voltaire on the banks of the river Seine, nested between the Louvre and the legendary Musée d’Orsay, Galerie Buter has been present in Paris for three generations, dating back to 1930.

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