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Tapestry of Flanders early 17th century
Tapestry of Flanders early 17th century - Tapestry & Carpet Style Louis XIII Tapestry of Flanders early 17th century - Tapestry of Flanders early 17th century - Louis XIII
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Period :
17th century
Provenance :
Flanders
Medium :
Wool and silk
Dimensions :
L. 100.39 inch X H. 88.58 inch
Tapestry & Carpet  - Tapestry of Flanders early 17th century 17th century - Tapestry of Flanders early 17th century
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Tapestry of Flanders early 17th century

Very rare in its original dimensions. 225H X 255L A scene depicting a biblical episode relating the story of a young woman, Suzanne, who, observed while taking her bath, refuses the dishonest proposals of two old men. In order to avenge themselves, they accuse her of adultery and cause her to be condemned to death. But the prophet Daniel, still a teenager, intervenes and proves his innocence. He causes the old men to be condemned.
Above the characters. These are the arms of the De Louverval family, lord of Noordpeene until the seventeenth century. French Flanders (or sometimes French Flanders) is the part of the former county of Flanders which is now part of France. The village was the scene of an event of decisive importance for the history of The War of Holland (1672-1678); The battle of La Peene in 1677. It was the cause of the annexation of the north of Artois and the châtellenies of Cassel and Bailleul to the kingdom of France in 1678 to the treaty of Nimeguen.

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Tapestry Louis XIII