5' x 6' 10″ One in a pair (1249 and 1250) of machinewoven hunting tapestries from northern Europe circa the late 1800s. Each panel is taken from a famous Renaissance series of twelve woven tapestries, The Hunts of Maximilian, which were designed by Bernaert Van Orley (ca.1528-1531), originally woven in Brussels, in the Dermoyen workshop (1531-1533) with wool, silk and metal thread.
- Dimensions: 5' x 6' 10″
- Date of Manufacture: 4th Quarter of the 1800s
- Place of Origin: France
- Material: Wool
- Condition: Wear consistent with age and use