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A Pair of Brussels genre entre-fenÊtre tapestries, from the workhop of V. Leyniers, after cartoons by De Hondt, after David Teniers II
first half 18th century
Estimate
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LOT SOLD. 18,000 USD
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A Pair of Brussels genre entre-fenÊtre tapestries, from the workhop of V. Leyniers, after cartoons by De Hondt, after David Teniers II
first half 18th century
Estimate
20,00030,000
LOT SOLD. 18,000 USD
JUMP TO LOT

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A Pair of Brussels genre entre-fenÊtre tapestries, from the workhop of V. Leyniers, after cartoons by De Hondt, after David Teniers II
first half 18th century
one with a peasant man playing a pipe while a woman dances before him, the other with a peasant woman approaching  a blind man and child, each with crowned armorial device flanked by lions on the upper border bearing the arms of van Dernath or van de Nath of Hungary, within a guilloche chain border interspersed with patterae.
heights 10ft. 1in.; widths 3ft. 10in. and 4ft. 6in.
(3.06m; 1.16m and 1.36m)
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Catalogue Note

The van Dernath or van de Nath of Hungary were originally from Flanders and were created Comtes of the Holy Roman Empire, in November of 1655.  See J.B Rietstap, Armorial General, vol.1, plate 526. 

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