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Wall hanging fragment

Artist:
After a composition by Daniel Marot the Elder (French, Paris 1661–1752 The Hague)
Date:
first quarter 18th century
Culture:
Dutch
Medium:
Stamped, gilded and painted leather
Dimensions:
9 ft. 3 3/4 in. × 24 in. (282.9 × 61 cm)
Classification:
Natural Substances-Leatherwork
Credit Line:
Rogers Fund, 1908
Accession Number:
08.171.1c
Not on view
A popular textile design by Daniel Marot from ca. 1712 served as the inspiration for the pattern of 08.171.1c (remarkable in retaining its original border), and related gilt-leather panels. Marot, court architect to William III, greatly influenced the decorative arts in the Netherlands at this time; his publication from 1702–1715 of several series of ornamental designs contributed to the popularization of the Louis XIV style in the Netherlands.
[ Bacri Frères , 1908; sold to MMA ]
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